Leave them Speechless by Using These 7 Time-saving Microsoft Excel Tricks (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 20 Jan 2016
Working with Excel is tedious enough, surely you don’t want to unnecessarily prolong your suffering. You want to be as efficient as possible and get things done as quickly as you can.

If that is the case, you need to take a look at the infographic featured below. It lists 7 very useful tricks that will help you get things done faster and, why not, even impress your co-workers or your boss. Go check it out.


Via MicrosoftTraining.net.

In related news…

Tired of data analysis & management, charting graphs, and working with spreadsheets all day? You could get a new job, you know. Here are some obscure but well-paid jobs I bet you never knew existed.

Speaking about getting a job, here’s a word of advice: don’t get one that has high odds of being replaced by machines in the near future.

UPDATE, April 4, 2016

MicrosoftTraining.net released a new infographic, one that features 8-time saving Excel shortcuts.

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