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Please note that CLE credit is not available for this program.
Excel, the longstanding powerhouse of spreadsheet software, is one of the most commonly used business applications on the planet. But learning the countless features available to you can be a daunting task. From simply printing a real estate closing statement to creating and manipulating a clients’ estate asset worksheet, every lawyer needs basic spreadsheet skills. Anytime you have a case that involves numbers (dollars, damages, numeric facts, chronologies, etc.) Excel can help. This session is designed to help lawyers gain a solid understanding of Excel.
Please join Adriana Linares of LawTech Partners as she addresses:
- Interface features and spreadsheet components
- Worksheet fundamentals
- Creating common spreadsheets from templates