When we try to improve efficiency, we seek to delegate manual tasks to Excel. This implies that we seek to convert manual input cells into formula cells. When we realize that Excel can operate on and return date and text values, the opportunity for efficiency greatly expands. This webcast covers key date and text functions. It also demonstrates how to greatly improve the utility of the conditional summing function by using comparison operators.
Date driven workbooks and concatenation.
Working knowledge of Excel.
Anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of Excel.
Determine the last day of the month with the EOMONTH function. Use the MONTH and YEAR functions. Build your own date with DATE function. Use the CONCATENATE function. Improve the use of SUMIFS with CONCATENATE.
Jeff Lenning, CPA, CITP Click Consulting / Seal Beach, CA
Jeff Lenning, author of Excel University, is an award-winning Excel instructor who has provided continuing education to thousands of CPAs nationwide over the past 10 years.
He is a Microsoft Certified Excel Expert, and his Excel articles have been featured in trade publications such as the Journal of Accountancy and California CPA.
He is a former chair of the California CPA State Technology Committee, and has held a variety of other leadership positions within his local CalCPA chapter.
He worked at Arthur Andersen, Gateway computers, and Interpore Cross International. In 2000, he started Click Consulting, a technology consulting firm.
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