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The information on this site cannot be relied on as accurate and up to date. We strongly advise you seek the advice of accounting and tax professionals before making any accounting related decisions.

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This site contains free bookkeeping and accounting courses and is ideal for anyone looking to learn finance, bookkeeping or accounting. This site contains information on double-entry bookkeeping, basic accounting, credit control, business planning, etc. 

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Learn the basics of Microsoft Excel - ideal for bookkeepers and accountants

Welcome to our using Excel in accounts page. 

 

This page offers a number of free courses on Excel basics and how Excel can be using in the finance and accounting industry. 

The free online tutorials below will teach you how to...

1. create a basic bookkeeping spreadsheet

2. create a petty cash template

3. use Excel for management accounts

4. and more...

 

To start the free courses and tutorials, please use the links below...

Microsoft Excel Basics - Learn the Basics of Excel 

Online Excel Course - absolute basics

 
Excel basics tutorial part 1

Excel basics tutorial part 2

Excel basics tutorial part 3

Online Excel Course - basics continued

Excel basics part 1

Excel basics part 2

Excel basics part 3

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