This month, Simon Hurst explores ways of increasing your productivity in Microsoft Excel.
The recent pace of technological changes and increasing volumes of data being dealt with, has created a need for finance professionals to be able to manipulate and analyse data to aid in-depth insights, improve financial reporting and ultimately facilitate better business decision making.
14 April 2020: Cash flow forecasts are often prepared in Excel – but spreadsheets are notoriously error-prone. The ICAEW Tech Faculty shares insight on how to reduce errors in spreadsheets.
Microsoft Outlook and email
Outlook isn’t just an email engine. It includes tools that help you organise, prioritise and delegate work.
Most accountants use Outlook for emails but often overlook the tasks feature. Making the most of tasks saves time, repetition and the fear of forgetting something.
Most accountants use Outlook for most of their appointments but few know how powerful the calendar function really is. This first in a series of three articles on using Outlook (2007) effectively focuses on how to make use of this function.