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Learn Excel 2016 Basic Skills for Apple Mac with The Smart Method

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Frequently Asked Questions

No.  We only publish this Apple Mac title for the current Excel 2016 for Mac version.

We do publish books (including the free Basic Skills book) for the older Windows versions (Excel 2007, 2010 and 2013) along with comprehensive video courses for the same titles. 

Unlike Windows versions there is no schedule for the release of Excel versions for the Mac. 

We update the Excel for Windows versions in January and July each year (when the Excel for Windows semi-annual update is published). At the same time we update the Mac courses to the latest version available at that time. 

You will learn more about update channels in this book (Lesson 1‑3: Check that your Excel version is up to date).

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

Click here and the e-book will open straight away. 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 2007Excel 2010Excel 2013 and Excel 2016 for Windows.

Teaching a class? Order printed copies of this book at our not-for-profit printing cost price.

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