• Error Checking for Excel BI Solutions

    Error Checking for Excel BI Solutions
    Say GOODBYE to Excel ERRORS for GOOD. Finally, your guide to creating clean & error free workbooks.

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    This course is produced in conjunction with ExcelTV. Visit the ExcelTV site for full details and registration.


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