Microsoft Excel works similarly to using a calculator but there are important differences. On a calculator to perform a calculation you might type numbers, then math symbols like plus (+) or minus (-) and then you would press the equal key to complete your calculation. In Excel we don’t end with the equal sign, we …
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Few things in life are constant. Heraclitus said: The only thing constant is change. Change is constant and variables are used to capture change. In the context of Excel, the names of workbooks change, the number of workbooks you have open is variable, the number of sheets, pivot tables and charts is usually variable, the name of sheets is variable, the values in cells are variable, and on, and on.
Excel class shares some of our favorite Excel keyboard shortcut techniques. Our list is not exhaustive, but we believe it offers some of the most common and frequently used shortcuts to save you substantial time and effort when using Microsoft Excel.
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