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A guide that discusses Microsoft Excel uses at various levels and links to sample files for several workshops offered by Penn Libraries.
Last Updated: Feb 24, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.upenn.edu/excel Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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PennWIC Blog on Excel

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Microsoft's Excel Blog

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Why learn Excel?

ExcelExcel is a popular and widely used spreadsheet program in many fields of education and work. Here at Penn, we see significant interest in using Excel for data analysis, simple statistics, charts and graphics, and daily tracking of work activities. Excel integrates well with Microsoft Access and can be connected with Google Doc Spreadsheets. Excel is powerful for cleaning data, bringing in data from websites and text files, and parsing information.

Penn Libraries offers assistance with Excel through workshops, small-group and individual consultations, online tutorials and access to Lynda.com tutorials.

 

Lynda.com @ Penn

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Lynda.com provides over 77,000 training videos related to new technologies and software. You can access Lynda.com at several locations in Penn Libraries. Some centers and schools at Penn also provide PennKey-based access from any location.

 

Contact WIC & Biomed

For general assistance, please contact
Weigle Information Commons
wic1@pobox.upenn.edu
215-746-2660

For project help, consultations or group instruction for patrons in the Health Sciences, please contact
Barbara Kountouzi
Biomedical Library
varvarak@mail.med.upenn.edu
215-898-6978

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