2012 has been an amazing and rewarding year at My Online Training Hub and we’re excited to see what 2013 will bring.
When we started this website it was primarily because I loved working with Excel and I wanted to help others so they could love it as much as I do.
I didn’t anticipate that I would make some amazing new friends from all around the world, or how rewarding it would be to help so many people.
The daily emails I get from members sharing their reasons for wanting to learn more and saying thanks is what inspires me to do more. Thank you.
I’ve made you a gift. You have to answer some easy questions to unwrap it. Here’s a sneak preview:
Enter your email address below to download the sample workbook.
If you get stuck you can click on the link in the file to see the answers 😉
I’d also like to thank Debra Dalgleish, Daniel Ferry, Roger Chandler, Adrian Pask, Victor Chan and Oz Soleil for spreading the word about our training on their websites and newsletters. Thank you 🙂
What to Expect in 2013
Advanced Excel Course
This year I’ve been working on an advanced Excel course and I hope to have it ready early 2013.
In it I group the topics into levels so you know what the difference is between beginner, intermediate and advanced skills and can focus on getting to the level you want.
Phil has been working on a VBA course which he hopes to complete early 2013.
New courses for Excel, Word and Outlook 2013.
But First, a Rest!
As you can see we’ve got a lot planned for 2013 and to prepare I’m going to take a few weeks off from writing the weekly newsletters to spend time with my family.
Everything else operates as usual; you can still access the training and sign up for a course.
If you celebrate Christmas I hope you enjoy the festive season and holiday break.
Best wishes for 2013.
I try your file and only my last answer was wrong.
It was great.
thanks a lot.
Have a nice New Year.
Well done, Ahmad. Glad you liked it 🙂
I submitted a question a few days ago but have not yet had a response (but I know you have been very busy).
I would like to thank you for the wonderful excel tips I receive via email which have greatly assisted me becoming more proficient in Excel and I look forward to continuing to receive them in the future.
Have a great break and a Merry Xmas and Happy New Year.
I remember replying to you…twice actually. The first time the system lost it and I had to re-type it out 🙁
If you go to the page where you left the comment you can see my reply. I’m not sure why you didn’t get an email copy of it. Sorry about that.