Almost every professional office role involves Excel in some capacity. And that’s not surprising, because Excel contains around 500 different functions. The first Excel for Mac was released in 1985, and the first Windows version came out in November 1987. Since then, it’s grown to phenomenal heights. Here at The Great Canadian Training & Consulting […]
Do you ever take the time to pause and consider your future career goals? You may have some short-term goals, or perhaps you’re already planning for further down the road. Either way, it’s a good idea to include professional development in your planning. Sometimes we only consider personal development or training to overcome a challenge […]
Universally, successful businesspeople will tell you to make use of every legitimate advantage you may have. If you were to buy a new car and discover it came with a free set of winter tires—on rims— wouldn’t you accept the offer? You might not need those winter tires right now, but the time will come […]
Excel’s deceptively simple grid interface hides an extremely complex program capable of deep data manipulation and visualization. Students that have taken our Excel Level 1, 2, and 3 courses feel confident in their abilities, and yet are surprised to learn that they can go even further with their Excel skills. In the past, students that […]
We have set a gold standard of training that translates to real workplace improvements. We are proud to announce our latest initiative in providing that same exceptional learning experience with free monthly webinars. Our first five topics will help users better use the Microsoft Suite to increase efficiency, communication and collaboration. These topics demonstrate how […]
This video will show you how to create custom views in Excel.
In this video we will show you how to update numbers on your spreadsheet without using formulas or functions.
Are you wondering how to show formulas in Excel? In this video, we will show you a couple of methods for viewing and working with your formulas on your spreadsheet. How to Show Formulas in Excel – The Transcript There are times in Excel when we would like to see the underlying formulas on our […]