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Guide to Microsoft Excel Help

Microsoft Excel is a wide-ranging spreadsheet application, enabling you to not only create worksheets with detailed formulas, but also charts, macros, filters and more. All of these features may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but this guide is here to help you navigate the many aspects of Excel and go from a novice user to an intermediate or expert Excel guru. Perhaps you are already quite skillful but are experiencing errors or need to recover a lost or corrupted worksheet. This Microsoft Excel help guide can assist you with these issues as well, walking you through troubleshooting steps and offering solutions to common Excel problems.

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