Published: December, 2021
Excel is one of the most widely used spreadsheet programs in the world.
People have been using it for the last 30 years and throughout these years, it has been upgraded with more and more features. The best part about Excel is, it can apply to many business tasks, including statistics, finance, data management, forecasting, analysis, inventory, billing, and business intelligence.
But staring at Excel spreadsheets for hours on end can put a strain on accountants’ eyes. The good news is you don’t have to ramp up the font to a cartoonish size to get relief.
All the effort that you put into perfecting data would go in vain if the viewer finds it disinteresting and decide to stop halfway. An employer or client would prefer data that is well presented over data that lacks quality visualization.
How to make a visually pleasing worksheet?
Join this excel CPE webinar to understand how to use functions in Excel that allow users to make the data much easier on the eyes.
You can learn different techniques and shortcuts to learn how to make an excel worksheet Visually Pleasing and:
It doesn’t matter what version of the PC or Mac operating system you’re using. The techniques we will cover in this CPE webinar will work similarly in Excel for PC and Mac
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