Simple shortcuts likes the ones shown on this video can save lots of time each day.  How many times do you cut and paste data around Excel?  If you are like me then I guess your answer is “I cut and paste in Excel all the time”. If so then you should watch this video as it shows you two cool tricks for cutting and pasting data in Excel and will introduce you to two really cool shortcut keys. Very simple video and really well explained
With the job of reviewing videos for this site there are times when you have a “I did not know Excel could do that” moments.  This is one of these moments as the video below shows you a right click menu for comments that I did not know existed. By default Excel will put Yellow Comment boxes up – but now with the information in this video you can have red, amber, green (or indeed any other color) to show how important the notes are in each Excel Comment Box. Very simple when you know how – but if you [More]
This video helps you be more familiar with your new Excel 2010 environment by teaching you how to customize the way the environment works – including extensive coverage on how the ribbon can be fully customised in Excel 2010.
The Quick access toolbar is the floating toolbar that sits above the Ribbon bar in Excel 2007 and Excel 2010. The Quickaccess toolbar is often overlooked by the user but this video will show you just how easy it is to add or remove buttons from this toolbar so that you can make all your commonly used functions in Excel accessible without moving between ribbons. The video will also show you how to use separators to make the buttons easier to see and how you can change the location of the Quick access toolbar. Watch the video then use the [More]
 
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