By . Tracking Spreadsheet. At Tuesday, May 04th 2021, 07:26:38 AM.
Do you like to save time? Do you like to have your phone ringing with customers calling? Of course, who doesnt want these things? Just as you have to spend money in order to make money. You need to spend time to learn to save time. Spend a little time to learn how to use Excel and you will save time and have more customers. Excel can be an unpaid personal assistant. Some of the things that I use the Excel Spreadsheet for are to calculate square footages, lineal footages and total them instantly without errors. Even if the list is 25 items long, it will calculate the totals, without error in seconds. I use it for calculating square footages from the length and width of the room. I can take a list of rooms and add their dimensions, hit enter and the calculations are done for ceiling square footage, wall square footages, moldings, including baseboards, crown and chair railing. I can even make an additional factor for high time difficulty, or any other factor that can influence the job.
If you are experienced with spreadsheets you can also add extra features such as the ability to create graphs from the data you entered. Graphs make it easy to get a quick view of your current financial situation. The graphs will allow you to easily spot trends and areas that are in need of attention in order to keep you on budget. If you find creating financial spreadsheets a task that is a little to advanced for you, dont fear. There are other options for you that can combine and even exceed all the features even the most advanced personal finance spreadsheets can offer. The other options such as personal budget software may cost more than a spreadsheet you create at first, but are also powerful enough to pay for themselves with the advanced budgeting features they provide.
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