Excel – Conditional Formatting Example I have been asked by a former student for some help with Excel’s Conditional Formatting. My student needed help setting up a column of data with a cell fill color, red or green, based on wether the previous column was lower or higher. Here is the Excel – Conditional Formatting […]
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How to use simple Excel Date Calculations Several students have asked about Excel Date Calculations. Here is a good quick example to calculate the difference between todays date ( “today()”) and a date entered in a cell. For a real world example, I use this to track the time I follow up on small projects. For […]
Users receiving Winmail.dat instead of real attachments It seems that some non – Exchange or Office 365 users are getting winmail.dat attachments in emails rather than the actual attachments. I cannot take the credit for this solution as I found it on a technet forum, but I wanted to add my two cents to the […]
For my students in the PowerPoint 2016 classes, below is a reference card with Microsoft PowerPoint Shortcut Keys. To download click the link below. For Microsoft Excel Shortcuts Keys For Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys Please consider ordering these books as well as they provide some great information.
This post is primarily for my students who have subscribed but it also good for anyone that needs Office 365 Personal. I have posted below two options for buying Office 365 Personal The first is for a 5 user pack. This one would be good for a family with children. The second is a single […]
Adding Time Increments in Excel I have been teaching Excel classes for many years and this is the first time I have had a student ask me this question. “How do I add time in Excel?”. I did not have the answer off the top of my head so I put together this small cheat […]
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For my students in the Excel 2016 classes. Below is a good quick reference guide for using Excel Shortcut Keys. To download click the link below. For Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys For Microsoft PowerPoint Shortcut Keys Please consider ordering these books as well as they provide some great information.