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  • 6 Mar 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Kofax is a highly adaptable, and dynamic content and workflow automation solution that integrates intelligent data acquisition with sophisticated optical character recognition, automated workflow administration, and operational intelligence.

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  • 2 Mar 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    An entrepreneur is always on the lookout for the next competitive edge or opportunity to grow their ideas to reach the next level of success. Whether you’re guiding a start-up through its early days or building something big, having the right tools along the way can make a difference in how much you get done from day to day.

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  • 27 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Pictures have always been an important part of Excel spreadsheets, adding color and visualization to the data workbooks. Today, we’re excited to announce a new way to use pictures, as in-cell objects which will be part of the Excel grid. Using the new IMAGE function, pictures can now live in the cell and be the cell value instead of floating on top of it. The feature is available now on all our platforms! Windows, MacOS, Web, Android and iOS.

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  • 23 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Microsoft Excel having so many unbelievable capabilities that are not instantly perceived. Excel Shortcut keys are most useful and usable to save the time.

    Shortcut keys help to provide an easier and usually quicker method of directing and finishing commands in Microsoft Excel. Mostly we prefer to use the shortcuts as it’s kind of amazing how much time we can save by not using the mouse clicks. Keyboard shortcuts in Excel are commonly accessed by using the ALT, Ctrl, Shift, Function key and Window key.

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  • 20 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Sorting text and numbers separately in Excel is as easy as ABC or 123 :) But re-arranging product IDs, SKU's and other values that have both letters and digits in them may cause problems. Excel's alphabetical sort cannot distinguish a numeric part of a string to handle it separately. If you want to have more control over how alphanumeric stings are sorted, look through the examples below.

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  • 16 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Microsoft Excel is a program that many people are wary of—it's a complex piece of software, with a lot of functionality hiding away beneath the surface. It's easy to see why novices would be put off by something so complicated, but this powerful piece of software is well worth the effort. Here's how to learn Excel fast.

    Is Excel Hard to Learn?

    The key to learning Excel fast is breaking the learning process down into manageable components. It's impossible to learn Excel in a day or a week, but if you set your mind to understanding individual processes one by one, you'll soon find that you have a working knowledge of the software.

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  • 13 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    When lawyers leave private practice to take an in-house counsel or government position, they are often asked about the differences in their new roles. Many of them say they are pleased not to have to complete timesheets anymore – it is a relief not to have to look at the day in six-minute increments. As most of you know, I’ve long been a proponent of employing flat fees or task-based billing when possible, particularly when representing consumers. But hourly billing is still used for many types of representation.

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  • 10 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Since announcing dynamic arrays, we’ve received an overwhelmingly positive response from the community. Being a fundamental change to the way formulas work, we wanted to take some time to gather and incorporate user feedback. Below are some of the improvements we've made.

    Regular Excel formulas had a calculation behavior called implicit intersection that would silently select a single value from an array of values. This ensured formulas would always return just one value as that's all a cell could hold.

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  • 6 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Excel has many built-in number formats that are relatively easy to understand, e.g. Currency, Date, Percentage. The default format is ‘General’ where Excel will endeavor to provide the most appropriate format for the contents, but what do you do if you can’t find an appropriate format?

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  • 3 Feb 2023 7:00 AM | Steve Foster (Administrator)

    Imagine this. We have been given a list of products from company A and a list of products from company B.

    Our job is to match products between the two lists. But each company might have slightly different names for the same item.

    This means we can't just use a lookup function because we don't have exact matches. We can't even use wildcards in a lookup function because the product names aren't different in a predictable way.

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