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Backlink Removal with BL Genie by ExcelHelp.com

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

The process of organizing and removing backlinks can add stress to your job and life, unless you are equipped with the proper tools. Fortunately, there are many tools that can help with different aspects of the backlink cleanup process, which is shown in the following diagram. A variety of tools are available to handle the […]

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The History of Microsoft Excel

Friday, September 27th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

The Most Powerful, Customizable, and Widely Used Business Solution. Microsoft Excel has been around since 1982, first introduced as Multiplan, a very popular CP/M (Control Program for Microcomputers), but lost popularity on MS-DOS systems to Lotus 1-2-3. In 1987, Microsoft introduced Excel v2.0 for Windows and by 1988 began to outsell Lotus 1-2-3 and the […]

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Patient Management Dashboards

Monday, August 26th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

Custom applications written in VBA for Excel enable you to leverage Microsoft Office Software that is likely already loaded on your computer. These applications can analyze large data sets using powerful analytic techniques and generate summaries with understandable visuals that give healthcare providers insights into patient health, patient care, and practice performance like never before. […]

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Excel Financial Model Auditing

Friday, August 16th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

The auditing of financial models is required for the purpose of mitigating risk associated with many types of models, especially those used for financing, valuation and investment. However, even models that aren’t subject to audit requirements can benefit from an audit and subsequent modifications. If the output of your financial model has a significant impact […]

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Advantages of Dynamic Tables in Excel

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

Dynamic tables provide you with a host of additional features that a simple manual data list will not. For instance, look at the first section (A1:F6). This is how most manual lists are maintained within a simple Microsoft Excel worksheet. By simply selecting the range, in this example: (A9:F14), selecting the Insert Tab in the […]

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Microsoft Excel Training in Midtown NYC

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

Coatue Management, a top hedge fund based out of New York City, had 2 custom night time Excel training sessions at their midtown location and video conferenced their California office as well. Custom course materials were provided and training was delivery by David G. Although, we did not supply the Sushi on the back table, […]

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Automate & Lock Down Manual Excel and Access Processes

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

Don’t let your mistakes become the next London Whale In the past year, manual processes within Excel Workbooks have been blamed for the infamous London Whale debacle and flawed research conclusions by Harvard Economists. Some have even said that Bill Gates should be blamed for these errors that have impacted so many. In response, no […]

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Client Reporting Applications for Financial Service Firms

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

RIAs, Broker-Dealers, State Registered Advisers If your firm is like many other investment advisory firms, creating customized monthly or quarterly reports for your clients requires an inordinate amount of valuable staff time. Yet, in spite of dedicating staff to producing these reports, they are not error-free. Custom Microsoft Applications can automate report-generating processes like yours, […]

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Excel Programming Firm

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

What is an Excel programming firm? It is an organization that specializes in custom Excel development in the form of applications specifically designed for use in Microsoft Excel using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications). Most of our clients come to us with the idea that Excel can do a lot more than it is currently […]

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Looking Forward with Microsoft Excel 2013 – Part 1

Monday, April 22nd, 2013 / by ExcelHelp

Excited about the new Excel 2013? Awesome, so are we! BUT we would recommend waiting a year before implementing a platform upgrade. The reason for this is due to the unpredictable nature of new feature sets and changes to existing ones in any departure from a known-working platform. Our experience shows that it usually takes […]

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