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5 tips to take the frustration out of using Microsoft Excel
Do you have a love/hate relationship with Microsoft Excel? I know I do! We all know the power it can wield, but does working in Excel just end up costing you time and stress?
Fortunately, there are a handful of tips and tricks the pros use to optimize their time and their workbooks …
There's no need for Excel to be a frustrating application to use. You can look forward to working in it and take your proficiency beyond the basics to the next level.
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Melissa combines her 25+ years of experience in information technology with a background in training, technical writing and business risk analysis. Her goal is to move you beyond just typing data into cells and really make Excel do the work for you.
Microsoft Excel Help, will teach you:
With Microsoft Excel Help, you can hone your skills, boost productivity and advance your career—no matter which version of Excel you use or your level of experience.
Jaclyn Baldovin, Online Content Manager
P.S. The work you do with Excel is simply too important to settle for anything less than your best. Give yourself and your company every advantage by downloading and reading Microsoft Excel Help: Excel Tips for Every Skill Level.
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