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Excel 2010 Expert 1
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   10 years ago

This is the first tutorial in the Excel 2010 Expert series. It covers lots of new techniques for working with formulas and functions. We will begin by closely examining all of the popular functions in Excel, starting with the text manipulation functions in this class.

- Ways to Enter Functions & Formulas
- Relative vs. Absolute References
- Named Cells & Ranges
- Referencing Values on Other Sheets
- Creating a Summary Info Sheet
- Text Functions
- Exact, Concatenate, Left, Right, Mid
- Find, Search, Substitute, Replace, and more!

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Jodi Grunewald 
7 years ago
Is there a place in Excel that one could print out a "cheat sheet" of functions and how to use them for a ready reference until one could do them by memory?
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Roy Gushwa 
8 years ago
Good day.  Every time I try the concatenate feature, my results always give a an error message followed by the cell changing to 0.  I have tried it many times.  Not sure what I might be doing wrong.  Thanks. Read More...
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Laurie Jones 
8 years ago
I want to have the name of the document in the header, but keep the information on a summary sheet for easy updating.  Is it possible to use an Absolute Reference in the header while keeping the information on a summary sheet? Thank you. Read More...
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Laurie Jones 
8 years ago
I want to have the name of the document in the header, but keep the information on a summary sheet for easy updating.
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Laurie Jones 
8 years ago
Regarding Absolute References, is it possible to have an Absolute Reference in a Header? Thanks.


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I'm not sure what you mean. You want to display a value from your sheet in the header? Read More...
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Laurie Jones 
8 years ago
Great tips on naming cells, Richard. Thank you!
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Patrick Breuer 
8 years ago
Richard,
I always thought that when you link data from one sheet to another the way you had with the Sales Tax Example (around the 4 minute marker) the link in your Summary Sheet would not refer to it as $B$1, rather as its named reference, SalesTaxRate. Read More...
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Phil Gatchell 
9 years ago
I must say that Expert 1 was rather confusing, but by playing it over and over, if necessary, I will have to figure out where I can use it my finance ledgers, reports, etc. I'm sure I can use it in my quarterly and annual reports. Thanks Richard - should make those reports easier. Read More...
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Phil Gatchell 
9 years ago
Enjoying beginner 1 with Exel 2010.
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Becky Young 
9 years ago
I have 2003 version should i upgrade to 2007 or 2010?


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Go right to 2010 unless you find a REALLY good deal on 2007. They're almost identical in function, but 2010 has some nifty new features. Read More...
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