Published at Tuesday, June 22nd 2021, 19:06:53 PM by Alexandra Reid. Calculator Spreadsheet. Spreadsheet bid calculators are evolving through years of trial and error by individuals designing their own spreadsheets due to cost and affordability, which is a viable option for them if they have time to design these spreadsheets. Large contracting firms compile their constructions bids using expensive standalone programs, because they have proven platforms with a record of accuracy. Spreadsheet calculators deliver detailed bids to the user with excellent results and without the high operating cost of expensive programs. Spreadsheet calculators when placed on a laptop give contractors flexibility to estimate small projects and/or large projects on construction projects. Contractors waste valuable time and money returning to the office with the clients project information just to calculate the bid, then return to deliver the clients bid. Spreadsheet calculators calculate the required 10% overage on materials, including the contractors pricing structure for labor/material/equipment designed in the calculator.
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 21:11:19 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Nellie Graham. Keyboard Shortcuts When it comes to Excel keyboard shortcuts are something which when learned once goes a long way to save your precious time while working on Excel spreadsheets. Say for example, 1) When you want to select all cells all you need to do is press Ctrl + A. 2) In case you wish to go to cell A1 then you need to hit Ctrl + Home. 3) Similarly, when you want to go to the last cell in the range we press Ctrl + End. 4) When you wish to select from active cell to last cell in the range hit Ctrl+ Shift+ End. 5) Conversely in case you want to Select from active cell to A1 just press Ctrl+Shift+Home 6) When you want to go to next worksheet simply press Ctrl + Page Down. 7) Similarly, when you want to go to previous worksheet hit Ctrl + Page Up. Speed copying in Excel
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 20:31:03 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Sally Dotson. Add a Picture to the Background of the Comment This also involves adding an additional button to the Quick Access Toolbar. Follow the first four steps we used previously but this time add the Format command. Continue following steps 5 through 7 8. Click the Format button on the QAT 9. From the bottom of the list choose Format Comment 10. Click on the Colors and Lines tab If you only have a Font tab, go back and repeat step 7. 11. Click the drop-down next to Color and choose Fill Effects 12. Choose the Picture tab and then click on Select Picture 13. Navigate to the picture you want to use and select it 14. OK both the dialog boxes Voila, your comment now has a picture background. Comments are extremely useful to share your thoughts and ideas with others or simply to remind you of things you have done or need to do. You may never need to change the shape or add a picture to the background, but knowledge is power. You never know when ones of these skills could be just what you need. Reen Rose is an experienced Microsoft Certified Trainer and Microsoft Office Specialist Master. She has been described as focused, fun and very effective. Reen believes in guiding people to become empowered Microsoft Office users by giving them the skills they need to be successful, in an engaging and enjoyable environment.
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 19:48:09 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Lorena Watson. From Excel to excellence for the month-end close reconciliation process. As a financial accounting professional, it is almost certain you will have been using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets during the month end close process. It is also extremely likely you will have experienced problems with them too! Over the last thirty-odd years, spreadsheets have become a mainstay in finance departments, used for all sorts of tasks, from reconciliation to reporting and everything in between. Despite their popularity with finance staff, they still pose a massive margin for error. The expected error rate when reconciling with spreadsheets is 0.8-1.8% and though this may seem small, for a company with a $1m turnover this represents a risk of $80,000-$180,000.
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 19:00:12 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Rene Paul. If you are a regular user of Excel you will know the amazing power of this piece of software. If its used to anywhere near its full potential it can allow you to amaze your friends and colleagues and more importantly allow you to save time and work smarter and faster. Many people spend a long time building spreadsheets with little forward thinking and therefore making it difficult to re-use a spreadsheet or work book or really difficult to even just update the same sheets without having to repeat a lot of the work already put into it. The first important rule that I always follow when creating a spreadsheet is to have the long term vision in mind. I do not mind investing time and energy into something I do once that can be reused over and over again.
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 18:13:26 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Kathie Horne. From here, I start my measuring and counting, better known in construction as doing a "take off". I use a measuring wheel. I never use a tape measure any more. Tapes are too slow and usually only measure up to thirty-five feet. The measuring wheel can measure to one thousand feet and it costs the same as a big tape measure. Measuring wheels are usually made by the same companies that make tape measure, like Lufkin or Stanley, and they dont break as often as tape measures. Once you use a measuring wheel, you probably wont go back to a tape measure. I used to use the infra-red measuring device but I find them way too inaccurate. Usually, I measure before I start counting things like windows. Once I begin to count windows and molding, I make note of anything that will add or take away time, which means adding to the cost or lessening the cost. When I count windows, I make three columns, one for windows that are located below eight feet, one column for windows below fifteen feet, and one for windows twenty feet and above. This also applies to molding or anything else heights above eight feet, like dormers, ceiling medallions or whatever.
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 17:21:29 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Lolita Sutton. Is your job dealing with more and more paper work all the time? If you are an office clerk or reports assistant or even if you are a manager you will have to send reports on a monthly basis and more often they will have to do with comparing old and new files as well as updating them. To compare spreadsheet reports, you will have to understand the values being given and consolidate it with any changes made for a certain period of time. If you will be dealing with several files here to compare, you may find this a very daunting task. However, knowing that there is a tool you can use to make this task easier for you is a great relief. Working in a financial firm would entail a lot of reports to be submitted on a weekly, monthly, semi- monthly, quarterly and a yearly basis. All of these reports should be monitored, and most of the data where these reports come from are based from several spreadsheets that you will have to consolidate in a timely manner. To effectively have these reports updated, you can make use of a file comparison tool that can compare spreadsheet files and allow the user to make changes to it from one file to another.
Published at Tuesday, June 01st 2021, 16:38:34 PM. Expenses Spreadsheet By Karen Spencer. When it comes to using Microsofts Excel Spreadsheet program there is no question that there are a variety of ways to accomplish many tasks. One of the things I like about Excel is the ability to format multiple columns at the same time giving them the same width. If you are unfamiliar with how this is done, read on and take a look at the steps I perform to achieve this task. You will see that it is very easy to do. The first thing you want to do, obviously, is open up Excel. Once Excel is displayed on your screen, go ahead and type in cell "A1" the month name "January". In the cell "B1" type in the month name, "February", in "C1" type in "March" and so on until you type in all twelve months each in their own cell on the spreadsheet.