Lesson 1 – Introduction to Microsoft Excel | Excel Interface | FREE Series of Microsoft Excel Lessons (pdf guide included)

In this lesson, I’m going to be showing you how to:

  • Understand the interface of Microsoft Excel and the various sections, which makes up the interface, such as the:
    • Ribbon, Quick Access toolbar, Backstage view
    • Rows, Columns, Cells, Cell addresses, Name box
    • Scroll bars, zoom, worksheet views

Download the PDF file below, and save it onto your computer. So you can use it as a guide to complete this lesson with me.

This is the beginning of the FREE Series of Microsoft Excel Lessons – Please watch and complete each lesson and then move onto the next video lesson. Once you have completed all video lessons in this Excel series, then you will have a very comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Excel.

GOOD LUCK on your journey to Excel knowledge 🙂

Go ahead, open the video below and watch the tutorial at your own pace:

If I have not covered everything in this lesson, please leave a comment or your question below and I will get back to you. (you may have to scroll down past other lovely peoples comments)

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When you’re ready move onto:

Lesson 2: SUM function in Excel | Entering Text & Numbers | FREE Series of Microsoft Excel Lessons

Hope you are enjoying your learning 🙂

Habib Ali – ICT Tutor

16 thoughts on “Lesson 1 – Introduction to Microsoft Excel | Excel Interface | FREE Series of Microsoft Excel Lessons (pdf guide included)”

  1. Hi Habib ,
    Honestly, I have always found Excel a little bit complicated to use until I found your channel. I really have learned a lot from your channel, you explain the lessons so well with easy to understand terminologies.
    Really thank you for this channel.
    Please we need more lessons. I am going to show my cousin who is at school your channel. I am sure it is going to help a lot .I wish I found your channel before.
    Good job Habib

    • Hi,

      Many Thanks for your humble feedback and for appreciating my video lessons. It’s really nice to know how so many people are benefitting from my Excel tutorials. Which motivates me to keep going with creating more lessons on the Entire Microsoft! So watch this space for that.
      In the mean time, you can continue with your learning from my YouTube channel here.

      All the best

      Habib (ICT Tutor)

  2. Thanks for this useful tutorial about the first touch of Excel. I use it now for my new job every single day, but you have listed out something that I rarely notice at work. I learn something new from you today 🙂 Thanks for sharing! I will often come back to know your secret tips to get my work done more efficiently.

    • That’s fantastic new Matt. I’m putting my knowledge out there for everyone to learn and make use of the resources I’m providing (worksheets).

      All the best

      Habib (ICT Tutor)

  3. I’m a complete newbie when it comes to Excel, and I really appreciate these lessons you put together for us and for free! Thanks a lot, man. I need to learn this for my business and will be coming back to your site frequently.

  4. I really appprecaite this tutorial about Excel interface PDF guides. I love how everything you said is straightforward, concise, broken down and easy to understand. Thanks for sharing another lesson!

  5. This is a great introduction to excell. You explained everything on the page very clear. Excell can be used for so many projects because of it’s functions. The one part I didn’t understand is how to make your page look like a product without all the lines and calculations like in a form. For instance if you use it for a database you anly want to see the fields you enter the data into. Great introductory lesson.

  6. Hi Habib. Thanks for sharing this video and the excel interface PDF guide. I really like how you break down the basics of the Microsoft excel interface and where everything is located. This helps with understanding how excel works. Very helpful.

  7. Another great lesson! This one had a lot of useful information. I was especially interested in cell addresses and worksheet views, since I was still having some trouble with that. Thanks to your tutorial, I got this now 🙂 You are a great teacher!

    • Hi Christine,

      Many thanks for your comments and complements. I appreciate you stopping by and also it’s great to hear you are benefitting from my Excel lessons.

      Best wishes
      Habib (ICT Tutor)


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