As promised in the previous post, I worked up a simple illustration on VLOOKUP (takes less than 3 minutes). Take a quick look at the post before watching this video especially if you are new to this functionality. I hope this clarifies all that was outlined in the post. Cheers!!!
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This post is evident that we are making progress with the self-learning series on Microsoft Excel. I appreciate the positive feedback that I have been receiving so far. Currently I have completed 41% of the course so I presume we still have more new tips to learn together. I hope that at least the previous
The key learning points I would be sharing with you today are on utilising the F4 as a shortcut function and other Excel worksheet tips. If you are interested in taking the online e-learning course administered by Alison independently, you can check out the link here >>>Microsoft Excel 2010 course. My previous post was on Excel 2010:
This is the 2nd of my self-learning series, the first one was on Shortcuts and sparklines. If you are interested in taking the online e-learning independently, you can check out the link here >>>Microsoft Excel 2010 course, it is administered by Alison. Key learning points for today Accessibility options The essence of this Excel functionality
Microsoft Excel is an important tool for most accounting and finance professionals. Knowledge of excel saves time and helps in financial analysis among other benefits. I realised most of us believe we have the knowledge but truthfully speaking, it is basic and limited. This useful resource in my opinion is currently being underutilised. Thanks to