In the first part of this Working with accounting data tutorial ser
In the first part of this series we looked at how some of the chang
The last few Excel upgrades have enhanced the way it works with data imports and analysis.
Continuing his exploration of the latest version of Excel, Simon Hurst delves into some of the new functions that may be useful for accountants.
It struck me, as I looked around at the other occupants of the 7:09 from Horsham, that I had got the Internet completely wrong,
Simon Hurst takes a peek at Microsoft's efforts to develop apps for office.
The latest version of Excel comes with some built-in checking and audit tools. Simon Hurst explains how one of them can help most users reduce the risk of spreadsheet errors.
Simon Hurst issues an angry riposte to short-sighted characterisations of those who seek to promote good use of technology as “geeks and nerds”.
Simon Hurst continues his exploration of the new version of Excel to uncover features and functions that might justify the upgrade.
Simon Hurst takes a closer look at some of the potentially useful new features in the latest Excel prototype.
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