“Don’t Fear The Spreadsheet” – The Dollars and Cents of It: Podcast #1578
The earliest Spreadsheets were designed for accountants. To this day, some of Excel’s annoying behavior is to make the accountants happy [but it may not be making you very happy].
How can I set up Excel so that it always shows Dollars and Cents? Excel has a “Accounting” Format, but perhaps you’re not interested in the look and feel of that Format. To have your Data present the way you’d like it to, take a look at the “Currency” Formatting options today with Bill, in Episode #1578.
Many ‘Beginner Oriented’ Excel How-To books say they can bring you from zero to familiar with the important features of Microsoft Excel – ‘Don’t Fear The Spreadsheet’ actually will. Why are we so confident? Because the questions in this book were asked by an absolute Excel Beginner – Tyler Nash – with the answers provided by three (3) Microsoft MVPs specializing in and dedicated to teaching others Microsoft Excel, from the ground up – Kevin Jones, Tom Urtis and Bill Jelen
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