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Advanced Excel Data Analysis – Data Table

While working in Microsoft Excel on data analysis, there are a handful of built-in analysis tools available. If you’re interested in studying the effect that a range of values has on the formula, you should consider setting up a data table.

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Custom Excel Visual Basic Application – Project Review – NM Industrial Service

The goal of this project was to create an automated solution to create the cover sheets and submittal registers that had been created manually in Excel in the past. After reviewing the current processes with NMIS, DWC determined that they did not have a current system in place to create these documents. Different users created the forms in different ways, and there was a lack of consistency of the final product.

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Advanced Formatting Ideas for Microsoft Word

If you work in Microsoft Word, formatting is critical to help get your ideas across and improve the readability of your projects. While even novice users utilize formatting options, more experienced Microsoft Word users can take advantage of a range of advanced formatting options.

Advanced formatting allows you to do unique things in your word documents to ensure that your work stands out from the crowd more efficiently than ever before.

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Business Administration Certification – Get Started!

With new small businesses coming on to the scene daily, it can be intimidating for any entrepreneur to jump into the fray. There are many skills that you need to know in order to be successful in today’s tech-savvy marketplace, and it’s hard to know where to start. For most companies, from the design sector to the financial sector, there are several key software programs that must be mastered for maximum efficiency and workflow. Luckily, you can get all the training you need to launch your own business right from the comfort of your own couch!

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Digital Workshop Center innovates to bring technical skills to those entering digital world

Like many in the startup world, Stu Crair saw an opportunity and seized upon it.

Crair, founder of Digital Workshop Center, was teaching adult education classes in Fort Collins when he noticed student satisfaction was low for tech-related classes and many were cancelling before their class was over.

“I realized that the (tech education) area was lacking a little bit,” he said. “That’s how (Digital Workshop Center) was born.”

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