Excel 2013, 2010 and 2007 book, e-book and video tutorials

If you are learning Excel for the first time our recommendation is clear:  Use Excel 365This is the latest and greatest version of Excel and there’s even a 30-day free trial version that will provide enough time to learn.  If you need longer access, Microsoft will provide Office 365 personal to you for less than six dollars a month.  If you don’t like the idea of a subscription Excel 2019 would be our second choice.  If you master Excel 365 (or Excel 2019) you’ll still be able to use the old versions – they just won’t have as many features.

Books and e-Books

Video Courses

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Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 are no longer fully supported by Microsoft

Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 have now all reached the end of Microsoft’s five-year mainstream support life cycle.  The most recent to leave mainstream support was Office 2013 that reached its five-year birthday on April 10th 2018.

After leaving mainstream support products only receive security fixes (fixes that will prevent hacker and virus attacks) for a further five years.  This means that it is safe to use the products for a further five years.

Because Office 2007 no longer receives security updates it is a bad idea to use it today.  It is still safe to use Office 2010 as this product does not reach the end of its life until October 13 2020.

 

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