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Microsoft Excel for Real People

March 22, 2018 @ 1:30 pm

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Microsoft Excel is a powerful spreadsheet tool with almost limitless options to manipulate data. This 60-minute webinar is NOT designed to overload your brain with dozens of mind-boggling ways to accomplish advanced calculations. Instead, we will discuss how real people like you and me use Excel and how we can make life easier.

If you casually use Excel as a platform to brainstorm or make simple lists of tasks, addresses, or people, this program is for you. In this 60-minute webinar, we will explore each menu, find and explain the icons that hide easy-to-understand functions you will love, and learn simple tricks you’ll wish you knew about years ago.

You will learn how to:

  • sort, find, and manipulate information quickly and easily
  • play with email addresses, names, and addresses to make them look and behave the way you want
  • make counting and comparing a breeze with sparklines and filters
  • setup your sheets for perfect printing
  • find and remove duplicate information quickly
  • markup your sheet to make navigation a breeze

The techniques will be demonstrated in Microsoft Excel 2016 but most tips are applicable for Excel 2010 and up.

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Maarten Cappaert - Director of Operations, Marketing and IT

Maarten Cappaert is our Director of Operations, Marketing and IT. He makes sure our business runs smoothly and is dedicated to giving you a quality experience on our website. He’s also responsible for getting all our awesome free content to you through our newsletter, blog and social media. Maarten has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Front-End Web Development. He also received an Excellence Award for consistently demonstrating leadership skills and the ability and willingness to help others, and for showing exemplary critical thinking and conceptual and analytical design.



March 22, 2018
1:30 pm
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