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In Excel 2003 I can handle all basic questions such as how to copy and paste, all medium type questions such as pivot tables, and also am proficient in basic macros. I am also quickly learning 2007 where everything is pretty much the same but all in different places. Please be as detailed in writing your question as possible as that goes a long way in my ability to give the best answer possible.

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I have 20 years of business experience, mostly in the area of finance and business consulting. Currently I am a Senior Business Consultant with a small business consulting firm. As part of my daily activities, I regularly use Excel to help make small businesses more efficient.


MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.

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2013-02-28 reduce cell numbers by %:

Yes you can.  Let's assume your price list is in cells B1 through B40.  In cell A1 you can put the percentage change you want.  In this instance the new price list will be in cells C1 through C40.    Put

2012-10-03 Excel:

This depends on the version of Excel you have.  I'll give you the answer for Excel 2010.  If you have a different version, let me know.    Take the following steps:    1. Shade the cells in the column

2012-03-27 MS Excel:

I would use a Pivot Table as follows:    1. Give each column a label.  For example column A could be "Name" and column B "Activity"  2. Click the mouse on the table  3. Select "Data"  4. Select "Pivot

2012-03-07 Excel 97:

Karen,    After you paste links, then select Edit and then Paste Special.  Once you get the popup menu select Formats and then click "OK."  Then go again to Edit and Paste Special.  This time on the popup

2010-07-31 Excel 2003 searching:

Bernard,    Excel has an excellent way of dealing with this.  Take the following steps:    1. Make sure the data is all in one area with no empty columns between.  2. On the top row give each column a


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