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Virtual Meetup: Fun & Games with Excel Range Names
The use of Named Ranges can divide the Excel community, especially amongst financial modellers. Some users hate them, and others love them. If names are well structured and used correctly, they can;

• improve model structure
• cut down development and maintenance time
• make formulas easier to read and understand – self documenting
• remove some of the limitations of formatted tables
• work well with dynamic arrays

Join us for this virtual meetup to hear from Excel expert, Neale Blackwood who will share the basics, plus shortcuts and more advanced techniques. He will also show us some tricks for using the Name Box. This will be an intense, hands-on training session with example workbook and a detailed manual provided upon registration, so be prepared to follow along!

Register for other virtual meetups coming up soon: https://plumsolutions.com.au/meetup

Jan 27, 2021 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Neale Blackwood
Principal @A4 Accounting
Neale Blackwood has written over 200 Excel articles for the CPA Australia magazine since 2002. Neale has presented numerous training sessions for CPA Australia and has released over 20 Excel podcasts with them. His book Advanced Excel Reporting for Management Accountants was published by Wiley in 2014. He has presented over 300 public Excel webinars since 2012, many of them free. His website has over 400 blog posts and 150 tips. He started his online Excel training platform in February this year and there is over 30 hours of free Excel training on his site.
Danielle Stein Fairhurst
Principal Financial Modeller @Plum Solutions
Danielle Stein Fairhurst is the Principal of Plum Solutions, a Sydney-based consultancy specialising in financial modelling and analysis. She is the author of “Using Excel for Business and Financial Modelling”, Third Edition published by Wiley Finance 2019 and “Financial Modeling in Excel for Dummies” published by Wiley in 2017.