Numbers on Mac. We all know Excel and can get around a spreadsheet easy enough. Numbers by Apple makes spreadsheets beautiful.#apple

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By Sonny Sharma

Sonny (Sanjesh) is Founder of Spongy Elephant and qualified as a teacher in 1995. He is passionate about education and all things tech and is a Subject Expert in Computing for OfQual, a Google Education Trainer, a Microsoft in Education Global Training Partner, a STEM Ambassador and VR evangelist. Since he set up New Ways to Learn in 2011 his team have trained over 20000 teachers. You're in good hands.

What will I learn?

If you use spreadsheets there is a good chance you’ll find it hard to see beyond Microsoft Excel. However, what Numbers brings to spreadsheets is simplicity and dare I say it, beauty! Numbers is really easy to use and you can do most of what you see in Excel where functions, charts and graphs concerned. We think Numbers are great for younger and older students.

What are you going to learn about?

In this FREE Learning Trunk, you’ll learn how Numbers for Mac works and how to make the best use of it for lessons. You’ll learn how to make a simple table, work with charts and understand the key differences between Numbers and other popular spreadsheets.

Who is hosting this Learning Trunk?

This is a CURATED Learning Trunk built for you from content sourced online. We have selected these particular videos after reviewing several available online.

How long do I need?

Less than 10 minutes.

Anything else I need to know?

We have set this Learning Trunk so that you progress through each video in any order.

This Learning Trunk covers...

  • FREE!
    An Introduction
  • Creating a Simple Table
  • Creating Beautiful Charts
  • Exporting and Sharing your Spreadsheet

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