I recommend these Excel sites because they offer tons of value to Excel users. I am not associated with any of them. I don’t earn any commission from their programs (at least from these links below).
- ExcelChamps.com – Puneet Gogia is focused on providing detailed tutorials about
Microsoft Excel. He has more than 200 tutorials for helping 50000+
users every month.
- ExcelHero.com – Daniel Ferry shows how to advance your Excel creativity with extreme Excel
- contextures.com – Debra Dalgleish offers high quality Excel tips, tutorials, sample files and videos
- chandoo.org – Chandoo offers lots of great articles, tips and tricks and training
- peltiertech.com – Excel Chart and data presentation mastery
- excel.tips.net – Allen Wyatt offers tons of Excel tips and has been publishing his weekly newsletter since 1998
- exceljet.net – To the point videos
- myexcelonline.com – Excel training and articles
- excelcampus.com – Jon Acampora is an Excel geek who offers rich-illustrated and in-depth Excel articles and training
- Spreadsheetpage.com – It contains tips, downloads, books, oddities and more. It also offers the Spreadsheet Blog.
- ExcelExperts.com – Download for free practical Spreadsheets (personal finance, property and more). Participate in the forums; learn new advanced tips, get deep info in the blog and more…
- MVP page – Official list of the current Most valuable professionals (MVP) and their websites
- Vertex42.com – Templates and spreadsheets for small business, personal finance, time management, education, statistics, and engineering and more.
- MrExcel.com – It has tons of tips and articles. Visit the forum to find thousands of questions and answers from a very active community of users and experts.
- Ozgrid.com – I love the forum, it is a vibrant community full of expertise. The site also offers you a Free Excel Stuff section with tons of downloads, examples and more.
This is not an exhaustive list. They were in mind at the moment of writing this page.
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