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Green Triangle Link 
4 years ago
Tools, Options then go to Error Checking and uncheck the Error Checking box.
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Help with formula Link 
4 years ago
Can anyone please help me with a formula. As in the example I have people who pay monthy or
in full. If they pay in full they get a 10% discount. So in the PAID IN FULL cell enter
the full amount, in the DISCOUNT cell it will give the full amount - discount. DUES PAID Read More...
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VLookup to return multiple values Link 
Anthony P M     
4 years ago
I have just finished the course for Vlookup, very good. My problem is I have a spreadsheet with approximately 40,000 training documents, each training doc has a different number of trainers, I have a second spreadsheet with all the trainers in. Using Vlookup I tried to bring in the trainers for each training doc, I got it too work but it only brings in one person. How do I bring in all the different people for one training document and how do I get the cell to expand to show all the different trainers for a particular training document, hope you understand? Maybe there is a different way of doing this, please advise. Read More...
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PowerPivot in Excel 2016 Link 
Bruce Reynolds 
4 years ago
To answer my own question, the PowerPivot ribbon is not available in Microsoft Office 365 Home edition for Office 2016.
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PowerPivot in Excel 2016 Link 
Bruce Reynolds 
4 years ago
Does anyone know if PowerPivot is included in Office 365? I have the 2016 version.

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This blog post should help
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