Excel is a tool that can be applied to many business tasks, including statistics, finance, data management, forecasting, analysis, inventory, billing, business intelligence, even word processing and graphic design. Excel is also one of the world’s most popular programs for
keeping all kinds of business and personal lists, from professional contacts to family addresses to home inventories.
Employers around the world cite Microsoft Excel as one of the most sought-after skills for any new hire. This learning path helps you become an Excel power user—covering everything from functions and formatting to PivotTables and dashboards.