10 BEST Excel YouTube Channels

Hello and welcome to our list of the top 10 YouTube channels for learning Excel!

Whether you’re a beginner looking to get started with spreadsheet basics or an experienced user looking to take your skills to the next level, these channels offer a wealth of resources and tips to help you master the powerful spreadsheet software.

From step-by-step tutorials and exercises to helpful tips and tricks, these channels have something for everyone.

So without further ado, let’s dive in and explore the best YouTube channels for learning Excel. The best way to be introduced to these channels is to see some of their best videos.

1. Leila Gharani

In this video, Leila will show you in about 10 minutes, how simple it is to create a pivot table and get quick insights into your data. Leila will also throw in some Excel Pivot Table tips and tricks not everyone is aware of. To top it off she’ll also add Pivot Slicers to get a professional visual to apply filters to our Pivot Table.

2. ExcelIsFun

In this video, you’ll learn everything you need to know about Excel Vlookup


3. ExcelJet

In this video, you’ll learn 30 Excel shortcuts in 12 minutes

Excel Shortcuts

4. Sele Training

In this video you’ll learn Excel Tips and Tricks

Excel Tips and Tricks

5. Technology for Teachers and Students

This is a great complete tutorial of Excel for beginners

Excel for Beginner course

6. MrExcel

Learn to create a Bell curve in Excel from Mr Excel himself

create a bell curve in Excel

7. TeachExcel

Learn how to use macros in this quick tutorial from TeachExcel

8. ExcelVBAIsFun

Learn the basics of Excel VBA in this series from ExcelVBAIsFun

Excel VBA intro

9. Chandoo

Learn tons of Excel tips and tricks from Chandoo.

what is excel

10. MyOnlineTrainingHub

Learn how to build interactive dashboards in Excel

Excel dashboards

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