Recently, I let you know about Allen Wyatt’s Excel Macros for Beginners course that can help you work faster by automating some of your tasks.
If you’re thinking about signing up, I wanted to remind you that the 20% early bird discount is ending this Thursday, March 10th, at 8:00 pm Pacific time pm.
Allen’s course is online video training, broken into short lessons. The lessons are taught at a relaxed pace, so it’s easy to follow along. He knows that you’re an absolute beginner, and Allen gives you clear, step-by-step instructions. And because the lessons are on video, you can always rewind, and play a section again!
You can see one of the sample lessons on the course information page. Scroll down about half way, and you’ll see the video for Module 1 in Section 2 of the course: “Getting Ready to Work with Macros.”
Most of the lessons come with sample Excel files too, so you can follow along while Allen shows the steps.
Read the Lessons
Another nice feature, that I haven’t seen in other online courses, is that you can download a full transcript of each lesson. You won’t have to try and make notes as you go along – just highlight the parts of the transcript that are most important to you. (You can print out the transcripts, or use the Highlighter feature in Microsoft Word.)
Questions and Answers
Maybe you aren’t sure if the Excel Macros for Beginners course is right for you, so Allen shared a few of the questions that people have asked him, and his answers.
Question 1: Do you think I can learn how to create macros?
Allen’s Answer: Yes, I do. In fact, I haven’t run into a single Excel user who couldn’t learn how to create macros with just a little bit of effort. It isn’t magic, and it isn’t a “black art.” With the right instruction, you can be creating macros in no time!
Question 2: When and how will I receive each lesson in the course?
Allen’s Answer: Once you register for the course, all lessons and materials are immediately available. That way you can learn at your own speed, day or night, weekdays or weekends—it is up to you. Plus, registration entitles you to access all lesson materials for an entire year.
Question 3: What time commitment does the course require?
Allen’s Answer: Each video in the course is anywhere from a few minutes to about 30 minutes in length. The overall total time is about 11.5 hours. When you sign up for the course you’ll get a detailed list, so you can plan out what is best for your schedule as you discover how to create macros.
Don’t Miss Out!
If you’re thinking about signing up for the Excel Macros for Beginners course, don’t wait too long. Remember, the 20% early bird discount is ending this Thursday, March 10th, at 8:00 pm Pacific time pm.
You’ll enjoy your work a lot more if Excel macros are doing all the repetitive tasks for you!
NOTE: As an affiliate for Allen’s course, I do make a small commission if you decide to join. However, I only recommend Excel products that are of high quality and that I believe will be of great benefit to you.