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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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