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Microsoft Excel 2010

Get the insider tips that will take you from stress to success.

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. But not when Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level gives you all the tricks and techniques you need to take charge.

This Executive Summary will help you excel at everything you do with data and worksheets.

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Dear Colleague:

Isn’t technology supposed to make things easier?

Yes, and often it does. When a program like Microsoft® Excel performs well for you, it’s a joy. Worksheets work … data crunches … all’s right with the world.

But, oh, the frustrations along the way. Typing the same thing over and over … trying to keep worksheets straight … digging for data with an effort that makes mining coal seem like a day at the beach. All too often it feels like you’re reinventing the wheel – then getting run over by it.
Enough already. It’s time for you to tell Excel what to do, instead of the other way around. Let Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level show you how to make your software jump through hoops, with less time and effort than you ever thought possible.
We’ve taken one of our most popular webinars and turned it into a concise Executive Summary. Every page is packed with ideas you can put to work right away, thanks to reader-friendly text and 48 screen captures.
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Whether you’re an Excel novice or a long-time user, this Executive Summary is guaranteed to help you squeeze every last ounce of productivity out of your software.

Presenter and Excel expert Melissa Esquibel is a Microsoft® Certified Trainer with 25+ years of experience in information technology, plus a background in training and technical writing. She’ll help you master the intricacies and hidden features of Excel.

Melissa originally presented this training as a webinar, and she has carefully edited the transcript and chosen the screenshots which will be most useful for you in this Executive Summary. You get all the benefits of the webinar in a printed document, so you can learn on your own schedule and at your own pace. The contents 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.

    Plus: How to use the AutoCorrect function to create shortcuts for long names you often use. For example, Microsoft Excel 2010typing fmlc instead of the full name of a law firm called Frazier, Mazeroski, Linder and Cunningham.
  • 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.

    Plus: How to create multiple identical worksheets and make changes to all of them at once.
  • Reuse Your Hard Work With Templates. Choose from hundreds of templates provided by Microsoft … modify them as needed … or create a custom worksheet from scratch. With Melissa’s tips, the choice is yours.

    Plus: How to create worksheets inside an existing workbook. For example, when you want a new ledger for each new customer.
  • Understanding Formulas and Functions. If you think Excel is great at maintaining list data – and indeed it is – wait ’til you discover its prowess in performing calculations. Melissa takes you from the basics to essential functions, including IF and VLookUp.

    Plus: How to use absolute cell references to anchor your lookup table or “where” in place. Don’t know what that means? Better get the Executive Summary.
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Data drilling, text importing, macro recycling – all are revealed in Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level. You even get the Q&A from the webinar.

You’ll find a wealth of content. This Executive Summary gives you every secret from the webinar, right down to the answers to audience questions. Here’s more of what awaits you:
  • Drilling Down to the Data You Need. Discover how to sort by more than three fields and with context sensitivity: dates, numbers or text. Then learn how to filter a subset of your data based on specific criteria. The loud sound you hear will be major-league data crunching.

    Microsoft Excel 2010Plus: The power of Pivot Tables. There’s a new way to Pivot in Excel 2010, and once you get the hang of it, you’ll find it much easier than the old way. New to Pivoting? We’ll get you up to speed fast.
  • Whipping Text Imports Into Shape. Tired of data that doesn’t import the way you want? Learn the secrets of Text to Columns, how to Remove Duplicates and the Left/Right/Mid functions.

    Plus: Insider tips like performing all the components of compound formulas in separate columns, so you can make sure they work before combining them. Why not fix errors before they multiply?
  • Macros – Recycle/Reuse. Have you ever looked at a task in Excel and wondered, “How did I do that last time?” Now you’ll create a macro: a mini-program of mouse clicks and keyboard operations that you can save and reuse. Discover the guidelines for naming, running, storing, copying and pasting, i.e., saving tons of time.

    Plus: An easy four-keystroke macro for you to try. Because doing is the best way to learn.
  • Questions and Answers. This Executive Summary even includes the Q&A from the original webinar. Can you make your own custom lists to use with Autofill? Is there a quick way to do subtotals? Can you record a Macro to build a Pivot Table? Get the answers to these questions and more.
I want to excel with Excel.
checkbox Yes, show me dozens of easy ways to make Excel work harder. Send me your Executive Summary, Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level. If it doesn't immediately ease my software stress and improve my skills, I'll request and receive a 100%, no-questions-asked refund.
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Your risk when ordering Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level is absolutely zero. So take a look today. You’ve nothing to lose and so much to gain.

On second thought, you do have something to lose … in fact, a lot to lose: all the frustration, stress and wasted energy of retyping and reworking your data and spreadsheets in Excel.

As for your gains, they include the precious minutes you’ll save every time you use Excel (and the many hours those minutes add up to) … the blood pressure you’ll lower … and the kudos you’ll receive when colleagues and clients see the masterful worksheets you’ve created.

Yes, it’s about more than the software itself. It’s about what you create with Excel. The data you input and how you use it informs the vital decisions you and others make.
The bottom line? How you use Excel impacts the success of your company – and your career. So go ahead, make Excel a powerful ally instead of a daily aggravation. Order Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level and put it to work enhancing your skills. If you’re dissatisfied for any reason at all, you’ll get a full refund.
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: Order this Executive Summary and put it to work. Right now.

Regards,

Phillip Ash

Phillip A. Ash
Publisher
I want to excel with Excel.
checkbox Yes, show me dozens of easy ways to make Excel work harder. Send me your Executive Summary, Microsoft Excel 2010: Time-Savers for Every Skill Level. If it doesn't immediately ease my software stress and improve my skills, I'll request and receive a 100%, no-questions-asked refund.
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P.S. Many Excel users paid $197.00 for the webinar on which this Executive Summary is based – and they were glad they did.

You’ll pay far less for all of the rich content, expertly translated to instructive text and illuminating screenshots. Which means you’ll get an extraordinary value. Yet another reason to order now.


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