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Track Your Spending with Microsoft’s New ‘Money’ Template for Excel

If you’re tired of using third-party services to track your spending—either because they aren’t as useful as you thought they would be or you’re concerned about giving third-party services access to your bank account and credit cards—you can now connect your various financial accounts directly to Microsoft Excel. All…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Track Your Spending with Microsoft’s New ‘Money’ Template for Excel

If you’re tired of using third-party services to track your spending—either because they aren’t as useful as you thought they would be or you’re concerned about giving third-party services access to your bank account and credit cards—you can now connect your various financial accounts directly to Microsoft Excel. All…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Access Microsoft Office for Free While Working From Home

With social distancing forcing more people to telecommute or take classes online, many people have lost access to the Microsoft Office app provided by their workplaces or campuses. That’s left a lot of people without a reliable way to continue their work as normal.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Get Started in Microsoft’s New Office App Beta

Microsoft’s new Office app for iOS and Android, currently in beta, is supposed to be a “one-stop shop” alternative the mobile Word suite. It combines Office’s three most popular programs—Word, Excel, and Powerpoint—and throws in a bevy of mobile-minded features, like the ability to scan text and tables off paper…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Use Excel’s Xlookup, the Newer and More Powerful Vlookup

I still remember the first day I figured out how to run a vlookup command in Excel; I was sitting at my coffee table wondering what the point of this silly little command was. Once I realized its power, I never went back. As a business analyst at Stanford University, I turned to vlookup constantly […]

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How to Use Excel’s Xlookup, the Newer and More Powerful Vlookup

I still remember the first day I figured out how to run a vlookup command in Excel; I was sitting at my coffee table wondering what the point of this silly little command was. Once I realized its power, I never went back. As a business analyst at Stanford University, I turned to vlookup constantly […]

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How to Use Excel’s Xlookup, the Newer and More Powerful Vlookup

I still remember the first day I figured out how to run a vlookup command in Excel; I was sitting at my coffee table wondering what the point of this silly little command was. Once I realized its power, I never went back. As a business analyst at Stanford University, I turned to vlookup constantly […]

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Use Excel to Keep Your Family Organized  

In my first post-college employed position, I worked for a boss who loved Excel spreadsheets. She thought nearly everything could be put into “boxes and rows,” and after my first year working there, I was officially a convert. I’m big on organization anyway, and those spreadsheet cells called to me, luring me in with…Read more… […]

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