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Quick Tips: Multiple Selections in Excel

Here’s another one of my time-saving Microsoft Excel tips. If you need to make changes to several parts of your spreadsheet at once, don’t highlight each one and make the changes individually. Make multiple selections at one time instead! In this example, I want to select the labels from my Expenses column and the totals from […]

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Conditional Formatting in Use

Excel Cool Tool: Conditional Formatting

Conditional Formatting allows you to automatically apply miniature graphs, colors, and icons based on cell contents, so you can quickly compare your data. It’s an extremely helpful tool for small businesses. For example, if your company has a limited overtime policy, you can set cells with values over 40 hours to show as red and immediately see which […]

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Learn Excel in 3 Hours Flat Class in Portland, OR

Knowing Excel Makes You More Money

Did you know that learning Microsoft Excel will earn you a higher wage? It’s true! As reported by this Huffington Post article, a recent analysis of the labor market showed that knowing Microsoft Excel is key to making more money, even if you work in customer service jobs such as retail. This doesn’t surprise me […]

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Microsoft Excel: Why You Should Learn it Now and How to Learn it Quickly

Excel, the popular spreadsheet application bundled with Microsoft Office, is one of the most useful and versatile computer applications. Everyone from business owners to scientists to teachers to homemakers use it to manage and analyze data. Sure, spreadsheets can be intimidating, especially if you have math anxiety or lack confidence in your computer skills. But […]

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Creating Random Numbers in Excel

Creating Random Numbers in Excel

Have you ever needed to generate random dates in an Excel spreadsheet? You may not need it often, but when you do, this tip is quite handy. This is the kind of training we cover in our Advanced Excel class, and help you with in your office! To create random numbers, use this formula: =RANDBETWEEN(DATE(2003,1,1),DATE(2014,9,30)) […]

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