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[Overview] Having hands-on experience with Excel, I can able to answer questions which is related to Conditional Formatting, Goal Seek, Scenarios, Subtotal, Validation, Pivot Table, Shared Workbook, Excel Sheet / Workbook Protection, Excel Settings, Excel Shortcuts and the Two Major & Massive Key Areas of Excel (i.e.) Worksheet Functions and Excel VBA (Macro).

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2015-12-18 Shared document:

Hi,    Shared workbooks always creates these kind of annoying things in day to day basis.  We can tackle all these kind of issues if we maintain it properly.    The below method will fix most of the issues

2014-08-15 "[@[Acquisition Cost]]<>0":

Whenever you see brackets in the reference then it denotes that it refers to Table References.    In your example [Acquisition Cost] refers to one of the column header of that table.  That column header

2014-06-30 Form:

Hi,    Thanks for sending your question on my way.    Populating the field data from PDF to excel is little bit hectic one.    I suggest you to build the same in excel, so that we can easily retrieve the

2014-06-25 worksheet:

Hi,    Thanks for giving a brief about your expectation which given a clear insight of what you are looking for.    Split screen can't be used on another sheet and it can be used only with the current

2014-06-22 worksheet:

Hi,    I am not sure about what you are trying to convey with this line of text, I am confused.    I want to split between the sheet # 1 with other sheets, how can I split the sheets?   


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