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April 17, 2009

Editor's Note
AccountingWEB's resident Excel expert, David Ringstrom, has put together a Webinar series that is sure to delight Excel users. To whet your appetite, David has provided us with a series of Excel Tips articles that appear below. Reserve your place at the seminars today - discounts are available if you buy in bulk. Meanwhile, if you have Excel questions, post them in our Questions and Advice section or simply e-mail them to me and I'll get them posted.

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Gail Perry, CPA
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