Excel

High Impact Excel: iPad Edition

In this presentation Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA covers Excel for iPad from top to bottom. In one hour you'll learn everything you can—and cannot—do in Excel for iPad. You'll be able to determine whether Excel for iPad is worth $99/year to you or not.
Technology

High Impact Excel: Table Edition

In this presentation Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA brings you up to speed on the Excel feature you should be using, but probably aren't. The Table feature offers the ability to both boost the integrity of your spreadsheets, but reduce maintenance as well. Uncover power of this feature, but also get the low-down on the conflicts it can pose with other aspects of Excel.
Education & Careers

High Impact Excel: Macro Edition

In this session Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA introduces you to a powerful but underutilized macro feature in Excel.
Education & Careers

High Impact Excel: Pivot Tables Redux

In this exciting presentation Excel expert David H. Ringstrom, CPA shares tricks that you can use with pivot tables every day. Remember, either you work Excel, or it works you!
Practice Management

How to Get Excel to Handle Social Security Numbers Properly

Almost every accountant handles Social Security numbers and almost every Excel spreadsheet screws them up. Here's how to fix them.
Technology

Excel: The Indispensable NCAA Bracket Tool

Sports enthusiasts should know that Excel isn't just for accountants: it's for anyone running a Final Four betting pool.
Technology

How to Improve Spreadsheet Integrity with VLOOKUP

Building complex spreadsheets without lookup formulas, such as VLOOKUP, is akin to putting a screw in the wall with a hammer. It’s possible, but the results aren’t pretty, and most probably won’t maintain integrity.
Technology

Spreadsheet-Based Form 1040 Available at No Cost for 2013 Tax Year

Although the IRS is still madly preparing for the 2013 filing season, one man remains ahead of the curve. Glenn Reeves has released his seventeenth spreadsheet-based version of the US Individual Income Tax Return, commonly known as Form 1040, which taxpayers can download and use for free.
Technology

Resolve to Learn and Use 14 Excel Keyboard Shortcuts in 2014

It’s a new year, which brings the promise of fresh starts, and resolutions to work smarter. Keyboard shortcuts are one of the best ways to both save time and reduce wear and tear on your wrists when working in Microsoft Excel.
Technology

AccountingWEB's Top Five Excel Tips From 2013

What do accountants count on most to do their jobs well? Yes, coffee is a good answer. No, I'm not thinking of booze. If you eliminate any and all kinds of medicating, the smart money is on Microsoft Excel.
Technology

The Curious Case of Strikethrough in Word and Excel

Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA, describes a couple of ways that you can streamline access to the strikethrough feature – and pretty much any feature – in both Word and Excel.
Technology

Conditionally Displaying Decimal Places in Excel: Part 2

Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA, describes how to use Excel's Conditional Formatting feature to handle just about every imaginable situation.
Technology

Conditionally Displaying Decimal Places in Excel: Part 1

In Part 1 of his two-part series, Excel expert David Ringstrom describes how to add decimal places on demand by way of using a custom number format.
Technology

How to Reinstall Microsoft Office When You Don't Have a Disc or Download

From time to time, you may need to reinstall Microsoft Office because you purchased a new computer or you're trying to resolve a program error. Or, in Excel 2010 and later, you may need to move between the 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
Technology

Twenty-Five Ways to Use Excel's Name Box

It's pretty much impossible to use Excel and not notice the Name Box. Most users know this as the space in Excel where you can determine the address of the currently selected cell. A smaller subset of users relies on the Name Box as a navigation aid.
Technology

What To Do When Excel Worksheet Tabs Go Missing

In addition to restoring vanished worksheet tabs, David Ringstrom also describes a couple of techniques for navigating workbooks easier, as well as other ways to find hidden worksheets.
Technology

Creating a "Chainsaw" List of Excel Worksheet Functions

Depending on your version of Excel, you have nearly 500 different worksheet functions at your disposal. Some worksheets functions are like the chainsaw in my garage. I don't use them very often, but when I do, no other tool will suffice.
Technology

Identifying Duplicate Values in an Excel List, Part 2

Once you've identified duplicate values in an Excel list, this technique will show you how to change the format of the second and any subsequent instances of the duplicate value.
Technology

Speed Up Microsoft Excel's Help Window

When you access Microsoft Excel's help window, the content is typically derived from a remote server on the Internet, which can cause a delay while the help window loads. David Ringstrom explains how you can eliminate this annoying wait that can break your stride.
Technology

How to Maximize Excel's Recent Items Menu

Depending upon your version of Excel, the Recent list on the File menu can streamline access to both files and folders. If you work on numerous spreadsheets, this list offers marginal value in Excel 2003 and earlier.

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