Jed Guinto

Jed Guinto is the Co-Founder of Paperclip Learning. Currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering, he is also an avid educator with experience teaching primary students, high school students and undergraduate Aerospace, Civil and Mechanical Engineers. Over 44,000 students from over 170 countries have signed up for his courses.

Courses

Matrix Operations for Engineers and Mathematicians

Matrices are critical tools for Engineers and Mathematicians. They allow us to solve simultaneous equations with many variables in just a few steps. Its also the core of Finite Element modeling and many advance branches of mathematics. 

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
June 4, 2015
English
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How to Print Quickly and Effectively in Microsoft Excel

Printing is usually the last step when handling your Excel information. This is the last hurdle! Nothing worse than having it print in the wrong scale, in the wrong colour and on the wrong size paper. I’ll teach you how to make the minor adjustments so you can print perfectly every time!

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
June 7, 2016
English
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Increase your Productivity using these Microsoft Excel Keyboard Shortcuts

What if you could half or quarter the amount of time you spend handling your information? Well keyboard shortcuts is the way to go! Sign up and I’ll show you exactly what to press!

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
June 8, 2016
English
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Introduction to Microsoft Excel Formulas

The heart and soul of Microsoft Excel, (besides back-end programming developed by genius savants in the basements of Microsoft), is formulas. Formula’s help us to delve deeper into our information in such a simple way that pen and paper can’t do. Excel allows us to manage huge amounts of data and perform calculations on a huge scale! Excel would not be where it is today with formulas!

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
June 8, 2016
English
FREE

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Intermediate Microsoft Excel Formulas

So you want to learn even more Excel formulas? Well then this course is perfect for you. In just a few short videos you can add more techniques to repertoire! So sign up now! 

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
June 9, 2016
English
FREE

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AutoSum and Count Functions

With the invention of the computer, counting with our fingers has gone out of style. In fact, anyone who counts with their fingers is now considered uncool! In Excel, we have a simple yet powerful formula that counts the number of entries for a given range of data. 

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
August 30, 2016
English
FREE

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Text-To-Column Function in Microsoft Excel

For anyone that deals with large tables, Text-To-Columns is a must. It allows us split different types of data contained in one cell into multiple cells which allows for easier data handling and analysis. 

Instructor:  Jed Guinto
September 13, 2016
English
FREE

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