Hi Mike, Jonathan,
I have completed all of the ExcelCentral.com courses and what I have learned has completely transformed my work in management accounting.
Without a doubt, Excel Tables have the most powerful features I have come across and I cannot believe so few people in my field seem to know about them. The scope for making errors when referring to cell references/summing ranges in Excel in huge budget/forecasting spreadsheets is enormous, particularly when adding/deleting rows. This is basically completely eliminated with tables.
For the peanuts you charge to subscribe to this website, I am very grateful for the skills you've taught me! Thank you.
I hope you don't mind me asking, but where would you recommend somebody in my shoes goes next in terms of further improving Excel skills?
What courses are either of you aware of/have taken that you would say from experience are worth doing?
My work is that of a typical management accountant; forecasting, budgets, performance dashboards etc.