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Discover the tools you will use for effective data management in Excel® and a guide on how to use these tools.Let's face it, using Microsoft® Excel® can get complicated really fast when you start adding large amounts...
Save time and create accurate spreadsheets by learning how to link your worksheets and workbooks to each other. In today's business world, there is tons of data.
Learn how to transform data into meaningful, organized tables in Microsoft® Excel®.If you think that Excel® is all about working with numbers, think again.
Learn how to utilize Excel® for data analysis including forecasting, regression functions, and more.Microsoft® Excel® is a great tool for creating spreadsheets.
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Learn several important features of Excel® that comprise a powerful set of techniques that can assist you solve a variety of what-if-questions. Whenever you want to explore the impact of using different variables when...
Gain insights into using Excel® to manage the daily operations of a business. In the daily operations of running a business, we run into huge amounts of data that has to be deciphered and managed very quickly.
Learn valuable techniques to help you format your Excel® data. For over 30 years, Microsoft® Excel® remains a go-to for most business professionals but there is more to a spreadsheet than just numbers.
Live Webinar January 29, 2021 1:00pm EST
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Plan for your business’s future based on real data measurable goals. Business modeling strives for correlation of actual performance and predictions.
Live Webinar December 4, 2020 1:00pm EST
CPE credit available
Avoid common mistakes made by tax practice and procedures practitioners. Discussion on inadvertent privilege waiver, failure to control the flow of information at an audit, missing critical deadlines, failure to...
Learn how to analyze your data further using Excel® add-ins.In today's busy world, we are overwhelmed with tons of data. More and more, our employers are asking for many different ways to interpret that data.
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