Friday, November 18, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. EST
If you’re a CIA code breaker or a research scientist working alone in a lab, you might not care what your Excel charts or workbooks look like as long as the numbers are accurate. But for most of us, workbooks we create and share in Excel need to be as visually compelling as the numbers behind them. That’s because, for all of the number-crunching power of Excel, your workbooks are documents. Just as in Word and PowerPoint, formatting, layout, and organization can help others consume and understand your information more easily-and help you make your point more effectively.
In this session, get real-world tips for experienced Excel users that can help you make use of existing, new, and improved features to simplify your work with Excel workbooks and charts, and improve your results.