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Spreadsheets have errors like dogs have fleas. Nine out of every ten spreadsheets suffer some error, and consequences can be severe.
Once information is loaded into a spreadsheet, it acquires properties that it may not deserve – a process called reification.
This article walks you through different methods and built-in tools that can be used to audit and debug Excel spreadsheets.
Creating a slow spreadsheet is easy. Creating an efficient spreadsheet requires more thought and application of specific techniques.
Spreadsheet errors are reduced by using good design. Our students do three assignments to acquire good spreadsheet design skills.
Research concludes unanimously that spreadsheet errors are both common and non-trivial. We must seek ways to reduce spreadsheet errors.
We can help you make better spreadsheets: