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Why learn Excel?
Microsoft Excel is the industry standard spreadsheet program used for data calculations, analysis, visualization, and much more. It can be programmed to access external databases and is an excellent tool for data modeling, statistics, and financial calculations. With Excel, you can use built-in functions to quickly and easily perform common tasks. Proficiency in Excel is usually required for accounting, business analytics, data analysis, and statistics jobs.
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