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|Section 1: Introduction|
Saving/Opening Files & Ribbon Menu
Getting Started With FormulasPreview
|Section 2: Formulas|
A Common Multi Column Summation Done Very Quickly
Calculating Time SpansPreview
vlookup Exposed (project file attached)
Phone Numbers (project file attached)
|Section 3: Making Your Data Make Sense|
How Does Excel Know Which Data Format To Choose?
Updating an Existing Chart's Data Source (project file attached)
|Section 4: Productivity 10x Features|
|Section 5: Ninja Shortcuts|
Power of the Alt KeyPreview
Selecting Only Relevant Data
Locking Cells & Showing All Formulas
|Section 6: Excel Overdrive|
Create an Organizational Chart Fast (then add it to PowerPoint)
Building A Functional Database (project file attached)
|Section 7: Customizing Your Workspace|
Hiding/Unhiding Single And Multiple Columns
Coloring Tabs For Better GroupingPreview
|Section 8: Extending Excel|
Solving Complex Problems Easily (project file attached)
Sourcing Data Directly From The FED Into Excel
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