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If Excel is the most commonly used spreadsheet app -- why are lessons in google docs?
I actually know both quite well, so I'm using going though this lesson to see what other non-spreadsheet lessons there might be. However, as stated in the very first video, Excel is the most common spreadsheet -- especially that you might find in a business environment. So given the purpose of these classes, I'm wondering why you picked lessons using google docs? Might as well used LIbreOffice for Linux
FYI I wrote this before I knew that later on, when Treehouse started discussing more advanced spreedsheet topics, that the videos / examples switch to Excel.
I think it's actually good that Treehouse used Sheets. Gave people the knowledge that for basic stuff, you can use Sheets. But then also used Excel later, so that people that want more advanced functions could still learn a few things. Well done