November 2011

Presenter:  Marc Speck

Location: Temecula City Library

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Start Date: Nov. 17th, 2011
Start Time: 6:00 pm
Price: $ 20.00 – 25.00

Title:  Excel tips and tricks


Member: $20.00, Nonmember: $25.00
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Excel tips and tricks


Microsoft Excel is a piece of software many of us use several times a day; some use it all day long.  We spend hours using it but experience that we aren’t getting all we can from it.  Excel has much more capability, many more features, than most people imagine.  Just learning a handful of these features can enable you to work faster and learn more from your data.  These features are not hard to use, people are just are not aware that they exist.  This session will start off by highlighting some features that can make your job easier.  By the end of the session you will understand how to create a spreadsheet that is an elegant but powerful tool that can remove drudgery from your work day.

Speaker Bio:

Marc trained as a mechanical engineer, but he considers himself a generalist.  He began his career in the Aerospace industry testing cryogenic upper stage rockets for General Dynamics.  Marc currently manages the Statistics Department for Abbott Vascular in Temecula, CA.  During his career, Marc has worked for large and small companies supporting many disciplines including: Research, Development, Manufacturing, Operations, and Quality.  The common thread that connects his roles is an opportunity to learn new things to learn while solving problems.