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Excel clinic and sharing of tips and techniques
Hi Members, We are now alternating monthly meetings with MS-Access, SQL Server Group (http://www.meetup.com/Berkeley-Access-Database-Users-Group/) -- even numbered months for Databases, odd numbered months for Excel. Our next meetup will be at my office, housed in The Port Workspaces Kaiser Center at 344 20th St. in Oakland (the cross street is Webster St.). It is right across the street from where we used to meet. The main entrance glass doors are just to the right of the CVS at the corner for 20th and Webster. We will have a volunteer there to let you in. Call or text me at 510-604-8392 if you need help with directions. For this meetup, we'll continue discussing VBA, macros, and both simple and complex formulas. We'll also have time to discuss new topics that we are interested in. Please feel free to email me if you have any wish list items that you'd like to discuss, present, or ask questions about. We also invite you to bring an Excel example to share with us, whether it's a problem that you'd like us to all try to solve together, or a clever technique that you'd like to show us. If you bring your laptop, you can plug into the projector and use WiFi. Paid garage parking as well as free street parking (after 6pm) are both available. You may also walk to the office from the 19th Street BART. We will ask for an optional $1-$2 donation to cover Meetup website costs. We're looking forward to seeing you there! Dan PS - Let me know if you'd like to be a "door person" (that is, let people in from 5:45 - 6:15) in exchange for 1 hour of free Excel consultation.

The Port Workspaces in Kaiser Mall

344 20th St., Oakland, CA · Oakland, CA

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    We are Excel users and developers and are looking to spread the word about how some fancy tricks in Microsoft Excel (VBA Functions, automation) and a few power user procedures Microsoft Access can improve your work performance, take a load off your mind, fingers and eyes and turn nightmares into dreams with the click of a mouse.

    We will have lessons and discussion about solutions. It's a great way to network with other data professionals and learn how to use some of the advanced functions.

    We will be discussing how Excel proficiency fits in with career paths -- there are a great many users and a great many possibilities.

    We look forward to meeting you!

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