Anyone who has read my blog for any length of time should know that I am a whiz at Excel.
I have graduated from the Excel guy to analyst now, but for a good few years I was the Excel guy and becoming an analyst has only expanded my Excel skills further.
So one thing that I am learning a lot more about now is Power Query and Power Pivot, and while most of what I do now is self-taught, I have followed some structured learning.
Which brings me to the topic of today’s post.
While looking for some advanced Power Pivot training, I stumbled across this website, myexcelonline, that offers online Excel training.
The clincher for me? 7 days free access!
So of course I signed up!
I went straight for the Power Query and Power Pivot training, and I have to say, it would have been a massive help when I was starting out. The videos and example workbooks are really well done, the explanations and demonstrations are exactly the kind of things I learnt slowly myself over a few months. If I’d started with this resource, I’d certainly be further along now than I am.
So whilst this training did not scratch my itch for advanced Power Pivot and Power Query, it is the perfect place for most people to get started.
Heck, they cover a lot more than those topics, you should check them out whatever level of Excel you’re at, at least for 7 days.
And don’t worry, it’s not an affiliate link, I don’t get anything for sending people there, I just had a really great learning experience.
And I’ll make another post when I do find a course that scratches my hardcore Power Pivot itch!