Let me ask you a question…what is your #1 most used Excel function of all time? Is it…the SUM function? It shouldn’t be. Well, it shouldn’t be if your goal is to reduce errors in your recurring-use workbooks. We’ll explore a powerful alternative to the SUM function that allows us to perform better summing.
Let me ask you another question. When you insert new data rows, are they automatically included in your formulas? If not, then you probably have errors in your workbook because the formulas don’t include everything they should.
Anticipating how your workbooks may change over time and addressing the related risks up front can help reduce errors in your workbook. In this webinar, we’ll explore three simple ways to improve the reliability of your recurring-use workbooks.
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"Excellent webinar with 3 extremely relevant and immediately applicable tips. Presenter was energetic and kept the presentation light and fun."
"I am a CPA and somewhat advanced Excel user. This was one of the better CPE hours I have ever experienced - very useful information!"
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"It's obvious that Jeff Lenning has a great deal of knowledge about Excel and that this program was merely basic for him. It's scary to imagine what he really knows! Importantly, he has excellent teaching skills."
"Great presenter. I love that we had Excel files to download and work with to practice what was being taught. Thanks."
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