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Excel Troubleshooting: How To Uncover Errors, Protect Key Formulas, And Improve The Accuracy Of Your Excel Spreadsheets

Webinar: ID# 1002877
About This Course:
In this illuminating webcast, Excel expert David Ringstrom, CPA, demonstrates techniques you can use to audit and verify the integrity of even the most complicated Excel workbooks.

By attending, you will learn how to verify sums and totals, use the Watch window to monitor changes to your spreadsheets, discover how using range names can minimize errors, and much more.What You'll Learn:By attending this training session, you will learn how to:
  • Audit all named cells in a workbook with ease by way of the INDIRECT function in all versions of Excel, and the FORMULATEXT function in Excel 2013 and later
  • Bring Excel's green error-checking prompts under control by managing the underlying rules
  • Go behind the scenes in a workbook to check for worksheets that can't be viewed or hidden from Excel's primary user interface
  • Go beyond simply adding cell comments: easily hide, display, and locate all cells that contain comments
  • Identify duplicates in a list using Conditional Formatting
  • Learn how range names minimize errors, save time in Excel, serve as navigation aids, and store information in a hidden location
  • Learn how to trace dependents and precedents, both with Excel features and keyboard shortcuts
  • Learn techniques for accessing password-protected workbooks
  • Learn the risks of linked workbooks, determine if a workbook contains links, and see how links can hide within Excel features
  • Learn two ways to instantly display all formulas within a worksheet
  • Move through formulas in slow motion with the Evaluate Formula feature
  • Print a list of all cell comments on a worksheet or print visible comments
  • Simplify formula auditing by way of the Apply Names feature
  • Use the N function to annotate formulas within the Formula bar when a cell comment won't suffice
  • Use the Watch Window to easily monitor the ramifications of even minor changes to your workbooks
  • Verify sums and totals quickly by simply selecting cells with your mouse
  • Verify that a pivot table is actually referencing all the data you're expecting to be summarized
  • Identify if a file has links to other workbooks and remove unwanted links
  • Apply Excel tools and techniques that allow you to evaluate portions of formulas or entire formulas
  • Apply effective and efficient auditing techniques when working in Excel spreadsheets created by others
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