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Excel is arguably the best and most used spreadsheet program in history. It also provides tons of other smart tools that make it the “Swiss Army Knife” of the software world. Let’s go over some hidden Excel tricks that you never knew existed.  Flash Fill If you have columns that are repeating patterns, you can […]


Microsoft Excel is the best tool in the Microsoft Office Suite for analyzing data. Yet Excel also has the charting and graphing features that help display your data in an easy to understand format.  Let’s discuss some Excel presentation tips that will help you present data in a compelling and visually appealing format. 1. Charts and […]

If you’ve ever used Microsoft Excel, you’ve noticed that there are tons of buttons on toolbars that you can use at different times on different document types in certain contexts. These buttons issue all sorts of handy, powerful commands. Sometimes, the exact command you want can be hard to find if you dive off into […]


Microsoft Excel has been the go-to spreadsheet program for decades. Almost every business professional has used Excel at some point to organize data, compute totals, and create graphs. Excel Analytics provides capabilities that allow users to go way beyond typical Excel functionality. A great way to learn how to leverage the extensive power of Excel […]


If you’re spending hours inputting information and calculations into Microsoft Excel manually, there’s some good news and some bad news. The bad news is, you’ve been wasting your time. The good news – you don’t have to do that anymore! Excel comes equipped with countless built-in formulas that can simplify your life, accelerate your workflow and make calculating easier […]


Knowing your way around Microsoft Excel is a good skill to master for any job. It’s likely one of the most widely used, if not the most widely used business software today. So while complete mastery may not be required for your occupation, gaining the ability to navigate it easily is definitely worth your time. […]

Technology evolves quickly—it seems at the speed of light—and we assume that everybody keeps up to date. While some have had years of experience with applications like Microsoft Excel, others have not. Many business majors learn to use Microsoft Excel as part of their curriculum but most degree programs do not require Excel proficiency. Those […]