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What is Typescript and How Does it Work with Excel

What is Typescript and How Does it Work with Excel

Love JavaScript – but hate the ambiguity of debugging your code, keeping complex functions organized, and communicating what you’re doing to your peers? Switching to TypeScript might be the answer, and if you use Excel, you don’t have to miss out. Here’s how TypeScript and Excel can work together to make your life easier. What […]

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Working with Security Options in Excel

Working with Security Options in Excel

Working with Security Options in Excel Of course, Excel is one of the most important programs for business operations. It follows that there are a plethora of reasons why you’d want to secure your Excel workbook. Maybe you share it with other clients or colleagues and don’t want critical information deleted or modified. Or maybe […]

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Create Construction Bids in Excel

Create Construction Bids in Excel

Create Construction Bids in Excel Are you searching for a fast and easy way to create a budget worksheet for your construction project? Do you want to learn how to create a template in Excel? If so, you will find a great step-by-step guide here. If you don’t have Excel on your computer now, you […]

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How To Send Emails Using Excel and Macros

How To Send Emails Using Excel and Macros

How To Send Emails Using Excel and Macros Why would anyone want to email from Excel? Isn’t Outlook better for sending emails? The answer is that sending email through Excel can save some users a lot of time and money. We’ll show some scenarios, so this will make sense for you. By the end of […]

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Why Excel vs Google Sheets Is a No Brainer

Why Excel vs Google Sheets Is a No Brainer

Why Excel vs Google Sheets Is a No Brainer Excel is a desktop program. That means it can use the full processing power of your computer or notebook. But, Excel can still be available on your tablet or phone by saving your spreadsheet to OneDrive. Google has a good web-based spreadsheet. It’s great for collaborating […]

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Construction Invoice Templates in Excel

Construction Invoice Templates in Excel

Construction Invoice Templates in Excel Since 1985, Microsoft Excel has been the gold standard for businesses wishing to automate repetitive tasks and organize detailed data sets. It is an incredibly versatile tool that can be used to gain insights from complicated financial data, perform calculations, and create templates used in the day-to-day operations of businesses […]

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A Comparison of Excel 2019 vs Excel in Office 365

A Comparison of Excel 2019 vs Excel in Office 365

A Comparison of Excel 2019 vs Excel in Office 365 The latest version of Excel’s perpetual license version is Excel 2021. The version of Excel in the Office 365 subscription has the features of Excel 2021. This article explores the differences between the perpetual license and the subscription-based versions. It also discusses the new features […]

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Top Performance Optimizations for Excel

Top Performance Optimizations for Excel

Top Performance Optimizations for Excel If you are running a business, you probably already know just how important excel spreadsheets are when it comes to organization. There is a reason that so many big companies out there use the Microsoft Office Suite every single day. After all, it is affordable, versatile, and compatible with almost […]

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How Excel Training Can Boost Your Hybrid Workers

How Excel Training Can Boost Your Hybrid Workers

A lot has changed in the workforce over the past few years. The rise of the internet and digital technologies has led to a more global and connected workforce. At the same time, there is a growing trend of workers seeking a balance between their work and personal lives. If we add that to the […]

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Using Mentions in Microsoft Excel

Using Mentions in Microsoft Excel

If you use social media such as Twitter and Facebook, then you understand the power and ease of mentions. It is a way to quickly alert someone to your comments, ideas, etc. A lot of social media users nowadays regularly use the mention feature in their form of communication. However, when it comes to Excel, […]

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