In the crowded job market stand out from the crown is not easy. Even if you aren’t looking for a new job, you would probably appreciate to be promoted. We are not talking about how to build up a successful LinkedIn summary or killing cover letter. The skill that is more likely to increase 4 times your salary is to master Microsoft Excel, according to a study conducted by the BPM Partners.
One of the main requests from the Excel community was finally addressed by Microsoft. Now users of Office 365 can deselect cells or a range from a current selection. The feature works either for PC and Mac. Users who deal with large amount of data are the ones how most benefit of the feature.
Analysing data has become an important part of any modern organisation. It can optimise our time and it can help us to make better and quicker business decisions. However, when you have a lot of data and aren’t an expert, it can be difficult to know where to start. Pivot Tables in Excel are a great place to start and can be helpful in the process of getting data ready to analyse.
So our Office Instructors are sometimes willing to part with their little nuggets of knowledge that they regularly share in the classroom with their students. So we have put together 10 of the best Excel Quick Tips for you to enjoy without having to sit through the training course.
But if you do decide you would like to speed up your Excel processes, learn lots of Excel shortcuts, or just refresh your Office skills, then get in touch today.
On the topics below you will find tips to make your Excel spreadsheets more visually appealing and easy to understand. Which come in handy if you are making a presentation or just sharing spreadsheets with your colleagues. The tips are quite easy and simple to apply so take a sneak peek and master your next spreadsheet.
Microsoft has been improving the Office suite more frequently in the recent years. The features are based on what people are looking for in general and with the aim of saving time for end users. All the changes are conducted by a mixed team of project managers, team leaders, analysts, and administrators to ensure they are relevant and easy to use. In this article, we will provide some useful tips to help you make use of some of these features in your Excel spreadsheets.
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