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Microsoft Excel for Beginners

Monday, December 30th, 2019 / by Angie

A new year is a perfect time to learn a new software! Excel spreadsheets are one of the most effective ways to organize raw data. With that said, if you’re new to using Microsoft Excel, you might struggle to use this software effectively. If you learn a few basic spreadsheet tricks, you’ll be able to […]

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How To Create A Holiday Budget In Microsoft Excel

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019 / by Angie

There’s a lot of pressure to spend during the holidays, and it’s easy for that spending to spiral out of control. If you create a holiday budget in Microsoft Excel, you’ll be able to minimize the stress of the holiday season. With an Excel spreadsheet, you’ll be able to track your spending and stay within […]

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How to Make a Calendar in Excel

Monday, November 18th, 2019 / by Angie

The holidays are usually a pretty busy affair for everyone, from shopping to parties to travel. However, when you manage a team at your business, it gets even harder. You need to keep up with all the days off and time-off requests of employees, while also making sure you have enough coverage for all the […]

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Using Microsoft Excel For Project Management

Saturday, November 9th, 2019 / by Angie

If you’re looking for quality project management software, you’ve most likely seen a vast number of options available. Sadly, many of these choices cost thousands of dollars and are simply out of reach for most small businesses. With that said, you most likely have a very powerful project management software solution already installed on your […]

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Top 5 Microsoft Excel Functions Everyone Should Know

Monday, October 21st, 2019 / by Angie

Spreadsheets might seem boring, but they’re incredibly versatile and there are a lot of useful functions that can save you time and make you look like a genius at work. Here’s a quick list of Microsoft Excel functions everyone should know. 1 – Paste Special Do you ever find yourself struggling with copying and pasting […]

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Whats New in Microsoft Excel?

Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 / by Angie

  Excel remains one of the most popular and useful products developed by Microsoft, and is a common sight in most offices and even educational institutions. Microsoft released a number of fixes and security updates for Excel in October 2019. Here’s a quick look at whats new Microsoft Excel, October 2019 patches for Excel 2016 […]

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Top 6 Excel Formulas Every Finance Analyst Must Know

Saturday, September 28th, 2019 / by Angie

Entrepreneurs spend thousands on accounting experts so that they can provide a transparent picture of their company’s status for a specific period. The accounting experts and financial analysts spend a lot of time preparing annual reports to give their clients the report they need. This requires a lot of skills in Microsoft Excel. They need […]

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A Step By Step Guide on Using Excel in PowerApps

Thursday, September 12th, 2019 / by Angie

Pro-level PowerApps users now import excel sheets in their files to facilitate report making. They use Microsoft Excel as the data source that links with the new PowerApp file and helps to input the information they require. Interested in learning about how to implement this trick? Let’s take a quick look. Step 1 Open the […]

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Detecting and Preventing Worksheet Errors in Excel

Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 / by Angie

Excel is an incredibly powerful tool for working with long lists of numbers and even complex datasets. The bigger and more complex the data gets, however, the more likely it is that errors will creep into the formulas that you are using. Sometimes, diagnosing those errors can be tricky. The cell which throws the error […]

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Easy Ways to Share Excel Data with PowerBI

Thursday, August 8th, 2019 / by Angie

From the outset, Microsoft has pushed the idea of Excel and Power BI being ‘better together’, but in the early days it was not easy to share your Excel data so that you could perform analysis on it. Once the data was there, it was easy enough to work with, but getting the data into […]

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