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Keyboards 0:01:47

Jump: Ctrl + Arrow 0:02:20

Go To Cell A1: Ctrl + Home 0:02:36

Highlight column: Click, Shift, Click 0:02:50

Toggle Ribbon tabs On/Off: Ctrl + F1 0:03:18

Format Cells dialog box or in a chart Format Chart dialog box: Ctrl + 1 0:03:40

Currency Number Format: Ctrl + Shift + 4 0:04:08

Highlight column: Ctrl + Shift + Arrow0:04:20

Currency Vs Accounting Number Format 0:05:00

Alt keys: 0:05:47

PivotTable: Alt, N, V, T 0:05:47

PivotTable 2003: Alt, D, P 0:05:47

Page Setup: Alt, P, S, P 0:05:47

SUM: Alt + = 0:08:38

“Put thing in cell and move selected cell up”: Shift + Enter 0:09:35

“Put thing in cell and keep cell selected”: Ctrl + Enter 0:09:35

Select sheet to right: Ctrl + PageDown 0:11:11

Select sheet to left: Ctrl + PageUp 0:11:11

Number Formatting As Façade: 0:11:52

Decimal Number Format 0:12:38

Date Number Format 0:13:56

Keyboard for today’s hard caded date: 0:13:56

Time Number Format 0:17:10

Percentage Number Format 0:21:25

Efficient Formula Creation 0:25:01

Excel’s Golden Rule: If a formula input can vary, put it in a cell and refer to it in the formula with a cell reference 0:25:01

Formula elements, types of formulas, types of data 0:25:01

Monthly Allocation Formula: illustrate formula input that can be hard coded into formula 0:27:00

Tax (inefficient formula): illustrate formula input that can should NOT hard coded into formula 0:27:35

Tax (efficient formula): illustrate Golden Rule 0:27:35

Net Cash In formula: illustrate Golden Rule 0:27:35

Net Income formula: illustrate formula with built-in function within a larger formula 0:30:00

In Balance? formula: illustrate Logical formula 0:30:40

First & Last Name Join Formula: illustrate Text formula 0:31:54

COUNTIF formula: illustrate counting with criteria 0:33:29

COUNTIF & Label formula: illustrate counting with criteria and how the join symbol is used with criteria 0:34:19

Clear Formatting 0:35:50

SUMIFS to add with two criteria 0:36:21

SUMIFS to add between 2 dates 0:38:08

Count workdays formula to illustrate new Excel 2010 function NETWORKDAYS.INTL 0:41:46

Relative and Absolute Cell References 0:41:46

Mixed cell references in budget formula 0:43:58

Lookup Formulas 0:49:50

VLOOKUP to lookup product price: illustrate Exact Match lookup 0:49:50

Data Validation List: 0:53:10

VLOOKUP and IFERROR 0:55:13

VLOOKUP to lookup commission rate: illustrate Approximate Match lookup 0:56:45

Retrieve record (2-way lookup) with VLOOKUP and MATCH 0:59:53

MATCH, ISNA and ISNUMBER functions to compare 2 lists 1:03:38

INDEX and MATCH to lookup Left 1:07:00

Pivot Tables 1:10:02

Proper Data Set 1:10:02

PivotTables Pivot Tables are Easy 1:12:00

Visualize Table First 1:12:00

Adding with One or Two Conditions (Criteria) 1:12:00

Report Layout 1:16:58

Number Formatting 1:17:44

Style Formatting, Create Your Own 1:19:05

Pivoting 1:21:21

Listing Two Fields in Row Labels 1:21:21

Collapsing Pivot Table Row 1:21:59

Changing Calculation: SUM to AVERAGE 1:22:42

Adding with Three Criteria 1:23:29

Filtering a Row (Show Top Two Regions), Clear Filter 1:24:46

Filter whole report with Report Filter 1:25:55

Show Report Filter Pages (30 PivotTables with 1 click) 1:27:55

Filter whole report with Report Filter or Slicer 1:28:30

Compare Formulas and PivotTables 1:30:13

Grouping Dates in PivotTables 1:33:42

Difference between Grouping Integers and Grouping Decimals 1:35:41

Pivot Chart 1:39:00

Show Values As: 1:40:45

Copy PivotTable 1:41:43

Running Totals & % Running Totals 1:42:00

% of Grand Totals, % of Column Total, % of Row Total 1:43:01

Difference From, % Difference From 1:44:17

Multiple Calculation in one PivotTable 1:46:26

Creating Second PivotTable from Second Cache of data using Excel 2003 keyboard shortcut for 3-step Wizard 1:47:54

Blank in number field causes PivotTable to Count by Default 1:49:30

Text in Date field prohibits Grouping of Dates 1:50:09

Recorded Macros For Reports:

Basic Recorded Macro 1:51:05

Format Report using Absolute References and save in Personal Workbook 1:55:10

How to trick the Macro Recorder into seeing a variable height report using Relative References 2:00:51

Rearrange records from vertical orientation to proper table using Relative References 2:09:01

Charts 2:13:35

Chart Types 2:13:35

Column Chart and How The Chart Wizard Interprets Data From Cells 2:17:48

Chart keyboards (Create Default Chart) 2:18:10

Select Data Source Dialog Box 2:20:30

Linking Chart Title to Cells 2:23:09

Selecting Chart Elements 2:23:55

Keyboard for Format Chart Element: Ctrl + 1 2:24:09

Saving Chart Templates 2:25:43

Setting Default Charts 2:26:48

Copy Charts 2:27:45

Bar and Stacked Bar charts 2:27:57

Line Chart & Change Source Data 2:31:39

Number Formatting to show “K” or “M” 2:34:52

Line Chart vs. X Y Chart 2:35:53

X Y Scatter 2:36:45

X Y Scatter Line Break Even Analysis Chart 2:41:28

Multiple chart types 2:42:42

Washington Accounting Association Excel 2013

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Relative Reference is no longer available for Excel 2016, it seems. Should I just learn to code Macro the hard way? And where do you recommend I learn the hard way?

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9:45 using =sum(B:B) is faster i think

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I can’t figure out how to create the formula that will give me the last heading *

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I didn’t manage to dowload the file

the link seem not to work anymore

Could please help?

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