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  • Spreadsheets: More than One Way to Skin a VLOOKUP

    Use the one-two punch of these concatenated keystrokes to solve a VLOOKUP puzzle. May 11, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Where's the Formula Writer?

    Here's how to access and use Excel's built-in wizard to create conditional sum formulas. May 4, 2011

  • Modeling Disaster

    Catastrophe modeling is growing, propelled by IT and a really disastrous Q1. May 2, 2011

  • Bottom-Lining the Buzz

    Why companies should monitor their presence on social-media sites. May 1, 2011

  • A Talent for Talent

    The newest talent-management software can help companies conquer some long-standing workforce-management challenges. May 1, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Letting Users Fill In the Blanks

    Using ControlSource is an easy – but not effective – way to create a userform. Try instead the macro described in this article, which allows you to fill in new data without wiping out the old data. April 27, 2011

  • Working on Waste

    The compliance load builds up for manufacturers as states continue to issue and rework laws governing how to deal with leftover electronics. April 22, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Your Daily To-Do List Made Easy

    The trick is to use a very small macro that triggers Excel to open on the list of tasks you need to complete today. April 20, 2011

  • Gone but Not Forgotten

    Big companies are using alumni-management software for recruiting, business development, and brand building. April 19, 2011

  • Spreadsheets: Mission Impossible Completed with PowerPivot

    The makers of PowerPivot should be nominated for a Nobel prize, quips Jelen. Why? For one thing, PowerPivot will wrest the power of business intelligence from the IT department and put it in the hands of accounting and finance. April 13, 2011

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