Do you often run into subtle obstacles when working in Excel? If so, you’ll want to take this helpful course. Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA, focuses on the quirks and nuances of Excel that can trip up unaware users. Frustrating problems can arise when someone using a newer version of Excel shares a workbook with you (or vice versa), or, in other cases, features can sometimes unceremoniously vanish from Excel. David explains how to overcome such obstacles, thereby empowering you to work more efficiently in Excel.
- Seeing how to quickly duplicate a group of two or more worksheets.
- Managing cumbersome lists of data using the Table feature.
- Learning which features, such as Custom Views, you can’t use when one or more tables exist in a workbook.
- Utilizing the Split Worksheet feature properly to lock certain rows at the bottom of the Excel window.
- Saving time by seeing how to enter data sideways.
- Learning how to use the undocumented DATEDIF worksheet function.
- Using the Fill Series command to create a series of numbers with just a few mouse clicks.
- Learning how the Table feature allows you to transform filtering tasks.
- Learning the risks—and rewards—of double-clicking on the Fill Handle feature in Excel.
- Tweaking Excel’s AutoRecover settings to raise the odds of recovering your work after an Excel crash.
- Double-clicking tricks for navigating within a large worksheet.
- Avoiding frustration by understanding the nuances between Enter and Edit modes.
- Recognize that some features may work in one version of Excel but not another.
- Recall how to apply mouse actions and keyboard shortcuts to overcome default features or behaviors in Excel.
- Identify which feature can lock certain rows at the bottom of the Excel window.