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BizNet Software Announces ISV Partnership with Acumatica ERP

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 27, 2014

 DALLAS, March 27, 2014/PRWeb/- BizNet Software, Inc., experts and global leaders in Microsoft® Excel®-based business reporting, today announced its partnership with Acumatica ERP, a fast-growing leader in Cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for small and medium-sized companies.

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BizNet Software Announces ISV Partnership with Acumatica ERP

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 27, 2014

DALLAS, March 27, 2014 - PRWeb/- BizNet Software, Inc., experts and global leaders in Microsoft® Excel®-based business reporting, today announced its partnership with Acumatica ERP, a fast-growing leader in Cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for small and medium-sized companies.

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BizNet Software Announces ISV Partnership with Acumatica ERP

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 27, 2014

Acumatica Users Leverage BizNet’s Real Time Excel-Based Reporting Solution

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How to Use Excel More Effectively Series #4 - Insert a Transposed Copy of a Table with Two Mouse Clicks

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 25, 2014

How to Use Excel More Effectively

Insert a Transposed Copy of a Table with Two Mouse Clicks

How to transpose rows and columns, part I. Almost every Excel user will sometimes want to flip the rows and columns in a table. Excel offers two ways to accomplish this task--one simple, one complex. The simple method (described in this tip) is less useful, but it takes only a few keystrokes. Select a table that you want to transpose; move the cursor to a cell in a blank part of your worksheet. On the Home tab, click the down arrow below the Paste icon, move to the third icon under Paste Values. A tooltip tells you that the icon is labeled Transpose. Click on it, and a transposed version of the original chart gets pasted in. Unfortunately, the two charts aren't linked. If you change data in one chart, nothing gets changed in the other.

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GP Users - What Keeps You Up at Night? #2 - Third-Party Solutions

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 24, 2014

What Keeps You Up at Night Series

Keeping You Up:

Third-Party Solutions

 

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GP Users - What Keeps You Up at Night? #1 - Leaving Microsoft FRx

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 19, 2014

What Keeps You Up at Night Series

Keeping You Up:

Leaving Microsoft FRx

 

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Excelapalooza - The Excel Training Event of the Year! Registration Now Open

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 13, 2014

Registration is Now Open!

www.excelapalooza.com


Please join us for our third annual excel user and training conference, Excelapalooza!

 

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How to Use Excel More Effectively Series #3 - Use Office's Supercharged, High-Capacity Clipboard

Posted by Art Simmons |
March 12, 2014

How to Use Excel More Effectively 

Use Office's Supercharged, High-Capacity Clipboard

A great tip that applies to all the major Office apps.

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