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EXCEL: 3 SIMPLE WAYS TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY

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Thursday, November 08, 2018: 11:00AM EST

Cost Free   CPE Credits 1.5 hours   Subject Area Computer Software and Applications  Course Level Basic  Instructional Method Group Internet Based  Prerequisites None  Advanced Preparation None  Who should attend? Bookkeeper
CFO / Controller
CPA - small firm
CPA - medium firm
CPA - large firm
Other
Small Business Owner 
Series: Bookkeeper, Excel, CFOs and Controllers 
Course Description

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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Participants of this webinar will automatically receive a complimentary subscription to the Excel University blog! After the webinar, you'll receive a welcome email with links to the resources included in the presentation. You'll be notified via email whenever I write a new Excel article or blog post, typically 2-3 per month. You can unsubscribe anytime, but, I hope you'll stick around to learn more about how to use Excel.

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Award winning instructor Jeff Lenning has shown thousands of CPAs and accounting professionals across the country how to use Excel to streamline their work and become more efficient.

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If you could learn Excel simply and easily at your pace and could learn the features and functions that are relevant and practical to accounting professionals – would you want to? If you are an accounting professional and have taken Excel classes before, you know the pace can be too fast or too slow, and the content may not be relevant to your work. Excel University explores relevant features that allow you to get your work done quicker, in a self-paced, fun, and engaging way. Become more efficient, streamline processes, and save time with Jeff Lenning’s Excel University. Designed by a CPA for CPAs and accounting professionals, this series covers functions you need, and skips those you don’t. The content has been written from scratch integrating everything Jeff knows about Excel training learned over the past decade of providing continuing professional education.