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You’d never admit to lying on a resume yourself, of course. But have you ever known anyone who did massage reality when trying to get a job? The answer isn’t just yes. It’s overwhelmingly, ridiculous, what-a-dumb-question kind of yes.

In fact, 93 percent of people say they know someone who’s lied on their resume. And after lying about the experience, it turns out the most popular lie for those lying resume liars to tell if about their skills. Like…whether you really know how to use Microsoft Excel or not.

Oh sure, it’s on your resume. But beyond the most rudimentary spreadsheeting, do you actually know enough about the vast wealth of resources hidden inside Microsoft Excel to call yourself a skilled expert? If you hesitated before answering, the Excel University: Excel Automation Skills for Accounting and Finance Course Bundle can help alleviate any doubt.

Led by noted Excel master Jeff Lenning, these two courses outline everything the award-winning instructor and author who’s trained thousands of CPAs in Excel’s power has learned in 20 years of teaching.

Both courses hone in on one of the most misunderstood tools in the Excel toolbox: how to create customized, automated workflows that let trained Excel experts pull every ounce of usefulness out of the app in minutes rather than hours.

In Automation Tools Course 1: Power Query and Power Pivot, students tackle these two key Excel functions with a full 360-degree view. With ample case studies that show how they apply to real-life projects, Lenning walks new learners through creating their own customized Excel dashboard to suit any data need, from more efficient organization to more streamlined analysis to methods for best showcasing your finding to earn the buy-in you want from others.

From there, students move on to Automation Tools Course 2: Macros and VBA, which goes beyond tools and functions to the absolute heart of Excel itself, Microsoft’s proprietary VBA coding language. Armed with the skills to read, write and create functions using VBA in the Visual Basic Editor, those Excel veterans can craft companywide or even individually-based macros to help any number crunchers process and analyze their data faster and more efficiently.

Regularly priced at $636, the Excel University: Excel Automation Skills for Accounting and Financing Course Bundle is now so inexpensive that anyone can jump in and earn the Excel expert label for only $29.99.

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