Learning the Tips & Tricks of Microsoft Office Products Can Save You Time & Money

Microsoft Office products have been around now for over 20 years. Many people feel comfortable using Training Class Pamela Smith - Spindustry Trainingthese tools to do basic tasks. However, there’s a whole host of features that can save you time and your company money. Although you may envision it as rudimentary, there is great value in continuing education classes about Office products.

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The I.T. Tsunami: Microsoft’s Rapid Release

With the announcement of a rapid release cycle coming to Microsoft product lifecycle, I.T. professionals and developers alike have to rethink their processes and strategies of planning and deployment. Developers are going to have to develop faster and satisfy platform requirements at a high-level; no more digging deep into the OS to get some obscure feature since it might not exist in 8-14 months when the new OS is released. However, I.T. is going to be feeling the pressure in a way that is brand new to the department. For the first time, I.T. department cannot rely on the old wise saying, “wait until the first Service Pack.”

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Comparing Two Ranges in Excel – Part 3 Match Function

At the PMI Professional Development Day event, our instructors were asked for technology tips for various platforms. We wanted to share one of those questions and three tips for how to complete the action. The question was in regards to comparing two ranges in Excel. We have shared two ways to do this in previous blog postings – Conditional Formatting and Vlookup function. Here we’ll explore the Match function.

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Comparing Two Ranges in Excel – Part 2 Vlookup Function

At the PMI Professional Development Day event, our instructors were asked for technology tips for various platforms. We wanted to share one of those questions and three tips for how to complete the action. The question was in regards to comparing two ranges in Excel. We recently posted out option 1 – Conditional Formatting. Here we’ll explore the Vlookup function. Check back soon for part 3, Match function.

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Comparing Two Ranges in Excel – Part 1 Conditional Formatting

At the PMI Professional Development Day event, our instructors were asked for technology tips for various platforms. We wanted to share one of those questions and three tips for how to complete the action. The question was in regards to comparing two ranges in Excel. There are numerous ways to do this and here in part 1, we’ll explain Conditional Formatting. We’ll post part 2 and 3, Vlookup function and Match function, in the next week.

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