Excel University is Microsoft Excel Training for CPAs and Accounting Professionals

If you could learn Excel simply and easily at your pace and could learn the features and functions that are relevant and practical to accounting professionals – would you want to? If you are an accounting professional and have taken Excel classes before, you know the pace can be too fast or too slow, and the content may not be relevant to your work. Excel University explores relevant features that allow you to get your work done quicker, in a self-paced, fun, and engaging way.

Become more efficient, streamline processes, and save time with Jeff Lenning’s Excel University. Designed by a CPA for CPAs and accounting professionals, this series covers functions you need, and skips those you don’t. The content has been written from scratch integrating everything Jeff knows about Excel training learned over the past decade of providing continuing professional education.

Excel University is available in two formats

Great job! I have taken multiple excel courses, and this one was by far the best. I know I will retain the material taught in class. He is a great speaker and kept my attention the whole day. Please have Jeff Lenning back for the next level of this course.

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Benefits of Excel University

Save Time

Save TimeUnlock significant efficiency by automating your recurring use workbooks.

Work Hands-On

Work Hands-OnWork along with the provided practice Excel workbooks.

Solution Videos

Solution VideosOnline videos provide the solutions to the practice files.

Moderated Forums

Solution VideosAsk the instructor questions as needed.

On Demand

Solution VideosWork at your own pace.


Solution VideosDownload and print your certificate instantly upon completion.

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