Excel University On-Demand Webinar

Get Fast and Certified in Excel

In this complimentary 90-minute webinar, I’ll present 3 Excel topics that will help you get your work done the fast way, and I’ll also talk about getting certified in Excel with the Excel University Graduate Certification program.

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Additional Information / Webinar Agenda

In this webinar, I present the traditional approaches to accomplishing three common tasks. In Excel, there are often multiple ways to accomplish any given task, but, some ways are faster than others. After presenting the traditional (ie, slow) way of accomplishing these tasks, I’ll present alternatives (fast way).

Specifically, we’ll talk about:

  1. How to add report values faster than using the SUM function
  2. How to identify duplicate values quickly with filtering for duplicates
  3. How to ensure that new values entered under a range are included in formulas

I’ll then talk about getting certified in Excel with the Excel University Graduate Certification program.

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  • Jeff Lenning presents the complimentary rebroadcast webinar
  • Webinar registration includes a complimentary subscription to the Excel University blog
  • This complimentary webinar is not offered for CPE credit