FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 5, 2013
Contact: Elizabeth Hall, Senior Web Editor
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Free Executive Summary Will Help Professionals Enhance Their Microsoft Excel Skills
Falls Church, Va. — Microsoft Excel is known as the dominant producer of spreadsheets. It’s used by organizations throughout the world. But is the program an enormous challenge for you? You know how effective it can be, but does working with Excel ultimately cause you more time and stress than it’s worth?
This Microsoft program doesn’t have to be such a frustrating application. You can learn the tips and tricks that pros use to optimize their time with Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level. Business Management Daily is offering this informative executive summary FREE for a limited time to show professionals the Excel features they need to make their software jump through hoops with less time and effort than they ever thought possible. This popular guide to Excel, which is presented by Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel, normally costs $39.95.
“Excel is such a powerful tool that sometimes it feels like the software is running you — forcing you to perform frustrating tasks over and over,” says Business Management Daily’s Senior Web Editor Elizabeth Hall. “But not when this executive summary gives you all the tricks and techniques you need to take charge.”
The topics covered in Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level include:
- Don't type! Autofill. Learn how not to type in Excel. Melissa gives you the tiny details, like where you must place your cursor, as well as the bigger picture on how to fill in days/weeks/months and various types of series.
- Wrangling worksheets. Want to work with two or more worksheets at the same time? It's easy! Melissa shows you exactly how to view and manipulate both.
- Reuse your hard work with templates. Choose from hundreds of templates provided by Microsoft and modify them as needed, or create a custom worksheet from scratch.
- Understanding formulas and functions. If you think Excel is great at maintaining list data — and indeed it is — wait until you discover its prowess in performing calculations. Melissa takes you from the basics to essential functions, including IF and VLookUp.
- And much more!
“The bottom line? How you use Excel impacts the success of your company — and your career,” Esquibel says. “So go ahead and make Excel a powerful ally instead of a daily aggravation with this executive summary.”
The work you do with Excel is simply too important to settle for anything less than your best. Give yourself and your company every advantage — download Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level now! This free offer is only available through Sunday, March 31.
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