In the article below we addressed a couple of our latest Excel tips to help you to work faster using Excel in your daily routine. You will learn how to deselect cells or a range from a current selection, how to quick analyse data in Excel, to add a conditional column, and finally add a column from an example.
We selected in this article the main differences between Office 2019 and Office 365 to help you to decide which is the best version and licensing options to attend your needs. Office 2019 is maybe the one that people are more used to, as it’s the stand-alone suite. On the other hand, Office 365 might the one that professionals are hearing the most in the recent years, as Microsoft is investing heavily on advertising the subscription service option.
The last time that Microsoft updated their Office logos was in 2013, when probably most people haven’t any idea what selfie was. A lot has changed since then and of course it changed the way how users interact with Office apps. Nowadays, more than 1 billion people from different industries, geographies and generations use Office almost every day, from different platforms and devices. What led the Microsoft team to dedicate more time to the redesign of their Office icons.
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.
Microsoft is calling it the “perpetual” version of Office because once you pay the fee you will own it forever and it doesn’t get upgrades until the next major version is released. That is one of the differences from the Office 365, which requires monthly or annual subscriptions and more frequent updates.
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.
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