Time-saving tips on MS Excel usage

MS Excel is a program that has an amazing number of features that make it highly capable and suited for a number of usages. Although it has innumerable features; they come with simple shortcuts and methods. These are not always visible to the casual user. The use of these shortcuts is of tremendous use to users, because it saves them precious time, which can be put to more valuable uses. Employees who know the secrets of MS Excel are certainly likely to be more productive.

A webinar that is being organized by Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional trainings for the areas of regulatory compliance, will explain the ways by which the use of MS Excel can be optimized. The speaker at this webinar is Dennis Taylor, an Excel expert who has worked extensively with Microsoft products, especially spreadsheet programs, for over two decades. Gaining learning from this breezy webinar is simple: Just visit http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501020LIVE/ to enroll.

An amazing number of shortcuts and tips

Dennis will help participants significantly enhance their productivity at work by offering valuable tips on how to make the best use of Microsoft Excel by offering guidance on the use of the right shortcuts, whether it is a keystroke shortcut or a hidden command sequence.

At this session, Dennis will present an amazing 100+ Excel shortcuts, many of them keystroke shortcuts and many of them dragging techniques not involving command sequences. He will explain how to differentiate between shortcuts when appropriate. He will explain these separately in relation to Excel versions 2016, Excel 2013, and Excel 2010.

The interesting part of this webinar is that these productivity tips, shortcuts, and accelerator tools will be presented throughout the session using Excel worksheets and workbooks that are based on real-life data, which will be made available to all attendees.

Dennis will cover the following areas at this session:

o  Navigate seamlessly through workbooks and worksheets with keystroke and mouse shortcuts

o  Copy or move data with simple dragging instead of multi-step command sequences

o  Display/hide all worksheet formulas instantly; select all formula cells with two mouse clicks

o  Use keystroke shortcuts for a various number formats

o  Build lists of dates, times or values without using time-consuming commands

o  Create charts instantly and learn manipulation tips

o  Create formulas faster with entire column references

o  Master over 100 tips to make you a Power User!

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