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  • WatchUsing Keyboard Shortcuts to Clear Formats in Word and PowerPoint
  • WatchUsing Keyboard Shortcuts to Change Font Size in Word and PowerPoint
  • WatchUsing Keyboard Shortcuts to Align Text in Word and PowerPoint
  • WatchCreating dynamic charts in Microsoft Excel - Part 2
  • WatchCreating dynamic charts in Microsoft Excel - Part 1
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel Tutorial - Basic charts: Quick ways to create charts
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel Tutorial - Using Excel’s ‘Future Value’ function (=FV)
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel Tutorial - Using Excel’s ‘Present Value’ function (=PV)
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel Tutorial - Using Excel’s ‘Rate’ function (=RATE)
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel Tutorial - Using Excel’s ‘Payment’ function (=PMT)
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel Tutorial - Using Excel’s ‘Number of Periods’ function (=NPER)
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Combining the SUMIFS and INDIRECT functions
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using the SUMIFS function across multiple worksheets
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Introducing the SUMIFS function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel - Conditional Formatting: Part 3
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel - Conditional Formatting: Part 2
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel - Conditional Formatting: Part 1
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel - Creating dependent drop-down lists in Excel using Data Validation
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel - Formatting an Excel worksheet for clarity
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using the SumIF function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Combining the DATE() function with Text functions to 'clean' data
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Introducing the DATE() function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Using the DATEVALUE() function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Using the TIMEVALUE() function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Using the SUBSTITUTE() Function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Using the REPLACE() Function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Using Value Driver Trees (VDT): Part Two
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Using Value Driver Trees (VDT): Part One
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Recording a Macro to Import a Plain Text File
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Recording a Macro
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Creating Treemap Charts
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016 - Creating Sunburst Charts
  • WatchMicrosoft Word 2016 - Tell me what you want to do Function
  • WatchMicrosoft Word 2016 - Using Smart Lookup
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016: Creating Histogram Charts - Part Two
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016: Creating Histogram Charts - Part One
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016: Creating Pareto Charts
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016: Creating Waterfall Charts - Part Two
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2016: Creating Waterfall Charts - Part One
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Pivot Tables Part 2
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Pivot Tables Part 1
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Text Functions - RIGHT, LEN, SEARCH & PROPER
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Text Functions - LEFT, FIND & PROPER
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Named Ranges - Part 3
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Named Ranges - Part 2
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Named Ranges - Part 1
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Excel's MATCH and INDEX functions
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Excels HLOOKUP function
  • WatchMicrosoft Excel 2013 - Using Excel's VLOOKUP function

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