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Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Pivot Tables Show Report Filter

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Pivot Tables Show Report Filter

A quick 5 minute video in order to share a feature many are not aware of within Microsoft Excel; showing report filter pages within a Pivot Table. 

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Changing Date Format

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Changing Date Format

Learn how to change how the date appears within Microsoft Excel by changing the date format.

Video Tip: Microsoft PowerPoint - Reusing Slides

Video Tip: Microsoft PowerPoint - Reusing Slides

Here we will share the simplest way to resuse slides from other Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Flash Fill

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Flash Fill

Increase your effeciency within Microsoft Excel by using flash fill.

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Moving Columns

Video Tip: Microsoft Excel - Moving Columns
Learn how to move entire rows and columns within Microsoft Excel without displacing any data.

Find helpful worksheet data displayed onscreen (Excel 2016)

  • 3 December 2018
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
  • Number of views: 129
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Find helpful worksheet data displayed onscreen (Excel 2016)

Graphically display helpful worksheet data on screen with Excel 2016.

 

Convert units of measurement within your data (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

  • 5 November 2018
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
  • Number of views: 138
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Convert units of measurement within your data (Excel 2016/2013/2010)

Microsoft Excel’s CONVERT function provides an easy way to display your data in another unit of measurement. 

 

The Exploding World of Office365

The Exploding World of Office365 preview imageNo longer simply a suite, Microsoft Office365 has become an ever-expanding platform for organizational productivity, communication, and collaboration. Those focusing their careers on supporting Office365 environments need to ramp up on the roadmap and get ready for an exciting ride. With greater power comes greater responsibility.

Select your dataset without all that clicking and dragging (Excel 2016/2013)

  • 19 April 2018
  • Author: Jonathan Scott
  • Number of views: 110
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Selecting your dataset without clicking and dragging preview imageLearn faster ways to select cells, rows or columns in larger data sets, without scrolling or dragging your cursor.

Microsoft Excel Order Of Operations

Microsoft Excel Order of Operations preview imageExcel adheres to a strict order of operations when calculating formulas. Keep this order in mind when building formulas to ensure accurate results.

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