Excel 2016 Tips series for Apple Numbers users
Gothenburg, Sweden – ExcelStories today is very proud to announce the release of Excel 2016 Tips, a set of multi-touch iBooks designed to help Numbers users to get up to speed in Microsoft Excel 2016. Released through iBooks Store, the new series consists of six short-video based iBooks recently published by ExcelStories covering six different areas of Excel features like basics, secrets you did’t know about, favorite formulas, snazzy charts, mighty pivot tables, and how to record macros.
“We’re excited to announce a new collection of short-video based iBooks designed with modern pedagogics,” the author Anders Nyby said. “The iBooks include a video-based flyover, study guide, thirty-six short videos, a quiz and mind maps. We are targeting beginners with Basics and Charts as well as intermediate users with Secrets, Formulas, and Pivots. Learning to automate boring Excel steps with macros is another option with Record. The iBooks has been designed with mobile learning in mind and tested from iPhone 6 up to iMac HD. The additional Apple TV App is targeting learning sessions in the couch or in the board room.”
About Anders Nyby:
Son of a teacher, with a curious mind and passion to blend know-how with pedagogics and tech. Long time financial IT consultant working with global customers in areas like back office processes, management reports, risk and Treasury software solutions. Co-author of Profitable Growth. Author of the Excel Tips series. Designer of Apple TV App Tips for Excel and iPhone App Key Figures.
Pricing and Availability:
Each book in the series is a $4.99 (USD) download on the iBooks Store. There is also a free starter book “Excel 2016 Tips – Learn” available. The Apple TV App “Tips for Excel – Mac Edition” is a $19.99 (USD) download on the App Store for Apple TV.
ExcelStories is a registered trademark of Ide System AB, founded by Anders Nyby. Crafted the first App ‘For Sale’ 1989 with HyperCard on a Mac Plus with a floppy disk. The second a 2D game ‘Bee Black Hole’ was born when the programming language Swift was revealed in June at WWDC 2014. Working as consultants for global customers in the financial and treasury industry, co-writing books and designing e-learning curses, we have spent a lifetime learning to Excel in practice, now creating tools to get students up to the same level at a fraction of that time. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Ide System AB. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, macOS, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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