In the United States, today is (for many) a day of solemn reflection. Today marks two decades since the largest terrorist attack on American soil. It is one of those days that I can remember where I was and what I was doing as the news broke. I know I will be one of those pausing, remembering, and reflecting on this day.
Even so, I wanted to remind you that just about 10 days ago I opened the doors to my Using Dates and Times online course. I hope you've taken the opportunity to check it out, as the course provides all the info you need to discover how to slice, dice, and otherwise manipulate dates and times in your workbooks.
This is a low-cost video course that shows you, on-screen, how your data is entered and interpreted by Excel. I demonstrate in a hands-on manner how you can use that knowledge to allow you to work with dates and times just as easily as you would work with any other numeric data in the program.
You can find complete information on the course here:
Please take the opportunity to check it out. I'm only accepting students in this course through this coming Wednesday, so you'll want to act quickly so you don't miss out.
I hope you enjoy the tips in this week's issue of ExcelTips.