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Chandoo.org 2015 Holiday Sale - Now openHi folks…

As promised, our 2015 holiday sale is on. Please click here if you want to avail the offers.

Note: the sale ends today midnight. Hurry up.

Read on for details.

What is this sale?

Every year, around the start of December, we run a holiday sale to celebrate. In this year sale, you can get up to $50 discount on our most popular Excel courses.

In this year sale, you can get,

  • $30 discount on Excel School + Dashboards online class – $217 instead of $247
  • $50 discount on Excel School + VBA + Dashboards class – $297 instead of $347

What do you get in these courses?

In Excel School & Dashboards program, you get

  • Detailed & step-by-step training on all day to day aspects of Excel
  • Tutorials & examples to make you advanced user in Excel
  • Knowledge on how to use various important formulas, how to combine them
  • How to set up tables, analyze data with pivot tables & do so much more
  • How to create charts, how to add interactive, dynamic features to them
  • Instructions on how to create world-class dashboards, MIS reports

Excel School program has more than 32 hours of video training, 50+ example workbooks & files, 1 year unlimited access so that you can become awesome at a pace that works for you.

In Excel School, VBA & Dashboards program,

  • Everything in Excel School & Dashboards as mentioned above
  • Detailed & Step-by-step training on VB language & macros
  • Thorough understanding of VBA Eco system
  • Dozens of examples on loops, conditions & common coding techniques
  • Overview of SQL, Access & File systems
  • Elaborate examples on user forms, MS Access integration
  • Practical track with every day work problems & solving them with VBA
  • Interesting class projects, homework to test your skills

VBA Classes includes more than 50 hours of video training, 100+ example files, macros & workbooks, 1 year unlimited access so that you can become a rock star in Excel, VBA & Dashboards.

 

How long is this sale?

It is on for 3 days only. The sale opened on 9th December.

The SALE ends at Midnight Pacific Time on 11th December (Friday).

Questions or doubts?

Just shoot me an email or comment on this page. I will try to help you out.

Go ahead and enjoy the sale

Please click here to visit our Holiday sale page. Pick up the course option that best suits your needs. Enjoy.

PS: This year alone, more than 1,200 people have enrolled in above courses. You too can unlock the power of Excel & make difference in your work. Go ahead and join us.

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