[O]ne tutorial shows how to create arrays in Excel, saving a student time from doing the process manually without the formula.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) May 13, 2015
While it may be summer break, many recent high school grads are spending their days prepping for their upcoming year at university. Though ten years ago, this would have involved purchasing paper planners and other physical items, today many students opt to go digital as much as possible.
One program, Excel, is available to virtually any student on most devices. The no-cost Excel centric site, MyExcelTemplates, has created and uploaded multiple new templates for students to download, learn, and use to prep for and complete university. The site already boasts multiple tools for students; however the new additions aim to teach students how to utilize Excel’s functions.
“We’ve added tutorials that guide the user through how to accomplish an Excel function,” said MyExcelTemplates.com spokesperson Ben Davidson. “The tutorials show how to extract, organize, and locate data in Excel sheets, making any school project easier. For example, one tutorial shows how to create arrays in Excel, saving a student time from doing the process manually without the formula.”
Davidson explains that Excel has many functions, but they aren’t always easy to access and figure out. “Many require specific steps, and so our new tutorials collection takes you through each step. You can download an example spreadsheet, and then follow the tutorial. You can also save the example and use it as your own, since the formulas will stay in place.”
In addition, MyExcelTemplates.com has 2015-2016 calendars students can use for project planning, homework tracking, and general academic organizing. “Everything is available now, at no cost and with no sign-up, for anyone,” said Davidson.
You can view and use the full collection of tutorials and templates at MyExcelTemplates.com.