#ExcelWorldChamp General Information

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#ExcelWorldChamp General Information

Do you think you have what it takes to be the Excel World Champ?

We want to test your skills and creativity!


From October 2016 to November 2016, Microsoft will run four rounds of Excel tests for residents of select countries. Only the top competitors in each round will make it through to the next, until ultimately there is one Excel Champ for each country! Residents of countries not listed below can compete in our international "All Other Countries" competition listed at the bottom of this post.


In Early 2017, the country champions and our International winner will compete against one another for the title of Excel World Champ and our Grand Prize: a trip to Seattle, USA and a meeting with Excel Product Leads to provide feedback on the next features added to Excel.


Want to Learn More?

For more information, including details on how to register and compete, please follow the link for your country of residence. If your country is not listed, please refer to the international competition


Belgium http://aka.ms/ExcelChampBE
Canada http://aka.ms/ExcelChampCA
China http://aka.ms/ExcelChampCN
Denmark http://aka.ms/ExcelChampDK
Finland http://aka.ms/ExcelChampFI
Japan http://aka.ms/ExcelChampJP
Malaysia http://aka.ms/ExcelChampMY
Mexico http://aka.ms/ExcelChampMX
Philippines http://aka.ms/ExcelChampPH
South Africa http://aka.ms/ExcelChampSA
Sweden http://aka.ms/ExcelChampSE
Turkey http://aka.ms/ExcelChampTR
All Other Countries (International Contest) http://aka.ms/ExcelChampINTL
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Re: #ExcelWorldChamp General Information

Thank you again to everyone that participated. We love your excitement! We are busy making plans for our WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP!


In the meantime, we will be publishing answers to the previous rounds of competition. The Round 1 answers are available here:


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