This is the nicest summary of summarising I have seen, it is direct and concise, useful and informative.
What a nice thing to say -- music to my ears! Thank you so much and I'm glad you found it helpful.
Great info, most of these features are very useful for most of us. Today almost all the alternatives have come out with similar features, If you check out Google docs, OpenOffice I think they are taking on MS Office very strongly. Also some new one's such as CollateBox are doing the rounds.
"Great info..." you begin. Then you descend into a commercial pitch for competing products. We can't discern what axe you might have to grind--and I have no great personal stake in one product over another--but the stating the obvious fact that the target product has competitors in your response to a tech tips post makes you look like a shill. Of course there are competitors. Thank goodness that there are, but how does your pitch for comparison shopping here edify the audience for the practical advice that the article supplies?
What I like most about Susan's articles is that you have "walk away knowledge". I will use this for my current online class as a demonstration of some of the neat things that can be accomplished with Excel. Thanks.
Thank you for your kind words and I'm glad you found this one helpful. There are so many ways to do things and each has its nuances and understanding those is the key to using the right feature.
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