Learn Excel 2010 Basic Skills with The Smart Method​

Free e-book and video course

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes.  We publish a FREE Excel Basic skills e-book for all Excel versions in common use (including  Excel 2016, 2013, 2007 and Excel 2016 for Apple Mac versions). 

For Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013 (except Apple Mac versions) we also publish comprehensive video courses that provide an alternative to learning Excel from a book.  You can view the Excel 2010 free video course at the bottom of this page.

For Excel 2016 (Except Apple Mac versions) we publish free video walkthroughs.  These are not stand-alone video courses but are intended to help book/e-book users if they run into any problems completing a lesson.  

Excel 2010 with all updates applied. 

This free Basic Skills Excel tutorial will get you started with Excel 2010 fundamentals. Even though it is a basic skills course you’ll still master many skills that professional Excel 2010 users are unable to use. Available entirely free as an e-book and free video course.

Click here and the e-book will open straight away. You can read it on any device.  Read the first two pages and you’ll  immediately realize why millions of learners have found this free  course so useful.

Also available for Excel 2016Excel 2007Excel 2013,  and Excel 2016 for Apple Mac.  

Free Excel 2010 Basic Skills Video Course (38 Videos)

Learning from books isn’t for everybody. If you’ve tried to learn Excel from a book and given up you’ll love this video course.  The free Excel 2010 Basic Skills video course has been designed as a stand-alone product.  It covers exactly the same material as the free e-book.  Absolutely anybody can learn Excel 2010 basic skills using this video course. Everything is explained clearly, slowly and simply, from the very beginning.

Use the navigation arrows or search box below to navigate to any of the thirty-eight free Excel 2010 Basic Skills video lessons in this course:

5 thoughts on “Learn Excel 2010 Basic Skills with The Smart Method – Free Tutorial”

  1. First of all thank you very much for developing this course and making it available. I start a new job Monday and will be using Excel quite a bit.Do you have similar courses in the other MS products? If not are there any courses you would recommend.

    Thank you again
    J David

  2. What media player would you recommend for the video lessons. The are not playing on my 1 year old laptop an this is a common problem with other videos.

    1. The videos use an HTML5 player, which should be compatible with all modern web browsers. My guess is that you may be using an older web browser that does not support HTML5. If this is the case, updating your web browser should solve the problem.

      The videos should definitely work using the latest versions of the Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge and Safari browsers.

      If you’re sure that you have updated your web browser and still have problems playing the videos I would suggest trying a different browser. Chrome and Firefox are free to download and should work on most devices.

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