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Microsoft Excel is a powerful program, and you can make it even more powerful by learning the Excel tips, Excel tricks, and Excel tutorials that help make you an Excel guru. You've come to the right place to get all the information you need.
The ExcelTips website is the place to find easy-to-use, succinct answers to your questions about Microsoft Excel. The site contains thousands of articles and Excel tips, categorized across scores of topic areas.
In particular, this site is most helpful for users of the menu-based Excel interface. That means that the vast majority of Excel tips on this site are for users of Excel 97, Excel 2000, Excel 2002, and Excel 2003. If you are using a newer version of Excel, you'll want to check out our sister site, which focuses on the ribbon-based Excel interface introduced in Excel 2007. You can find it at http://excelribbon.tips.net.
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The ExcelTips website is part of the Tips.Net network, where you can find all sorts of ideas for making your life easier, more productive, and more thrifty.