Learn Excel 2019 Basic Skills with The Smart Method
Frequently Asked Questions
There are two current versions of Excel: Excel 2019 and Excel 365. Excel is never updated but Excel 365 is updated twice a year with a new semi-annual version.
The most likely reason for any differences is that you are using Excel 365 rather than Excel 2019. If this is the case you should download the Excel 365 e-book.
The less likely reason is that Microsoft have accidentally changed an Excel 2019 feature during an update. If this is the case the difference should only be small and you should have no difficulty figuring out what they have changed.
Yes. We publish a FREE Excel Basic skills e-book for all Excel versions in common use (including Apple Mac versions). You can download our other free Basic Skills e-books here: Excel 365, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, Excel 2016 for Apple Mac and Excel 2019 for Apple Mac.
This book was written using the first public retail version of Excel 2019.
The free Basic Skills Excel 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.
The Basic Skills course contains the first 43 lessons from the Essential Skills course and will take most users 5 hours or less to complete.
If you need Excel skills to get a job you may prefer to begin with our Essential Skills course (it includes all of the Basic Skills material and will take you to a higher level of proficiency, giving you all of the skills that an employer would expect).
Free Basic Skills books are also available for Excel 365, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, Excel 2016 for Apple Mac and Excel 2019 for Apple Mac.
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