• Numbers
    Getting Started With Numbers for iCloudNumbers preview
    In this tutorial I'll show you all you need to know to get started using Numbers for iCloud, the free web app version of Apple's popular spreadsheet application. I show how to create new documents, edit their appearance, add data and use functions.Read More…
  • Microsoft Excel
    How to Run a Giveaway With a SpreadsheetSpreadsheet gift
    You don't need a fancy app to run a giveaway. Here's how you can run a giveaway and pick your random winners using any spreadsheet app.Read More…
  • App Training
    Spreadsheets for Finance: Calculating Internal Rate of ReturnExcel logo
    If you're going to invest your money, you'll want to make sure you're getting the most from your investment. That's exactly what the internal rate of return calculations are for. They help you compare investments, and make sure you make your best financial decisions. Here's everything you need to know about calculating your investments' internal rate of return in any spreadsheet app.Read More…
  • App Training
    Spreadsheets for Finance: Calculating Present Value and Net Present ValueExcel logo
    Money in the future is worth less than money today. Or, perhaps, "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush", as they used to say. But you're not trying to catch birds—you're wanting to make sure your investments are actually going to turn out to be valuable. That's what present value calculations are for. Here's everything you need to know about calculating present value in any spreadsheet app.Read More…
  • App Training
    Using Spreadsheets for Finance: How to Calculate Loan PaymentsExcel logo
    There's a lot more to your loan than just the original sticker price, or the base monthly payment. Here's how you can use spreadsheets to break down your loan payment info and figure out what's best for your budget, and take things further with Data Sheets in Excel.Read More…
  • App Training
    Using Spreadsheets for Finance: How to Calculate DepreciationExcel logo
    Getting ready for tax season? Here's how to calculate depreciation on your assets using Straight-line, Declining balance, Double-declining balance, and Sum of year's digits (SOYD) methods using Excel, Google Sheets, or any other spreadsheet app.Read More…
  • Office
    Intermediate Formulas in NumbersNumbers logo
    Put Numbers to work for you with functions, statements, and AppleScript that'll let you turn a simple spreadsheet into a powerful tool for your numbers and data.Read More…
  • Productivity
    Create Awesome Invoices in NumbersIcon numbers 2x
    More people than ever before are breaking free of the corporate shackles and trying to make it as a freelancer, from web designers to Mac consultants. Perhaps the most important, yet overlooked, part of the process is invoicing clients and getting paid. A poorly written and designed invoice can be the difference between getting paid on time and chasing clients for money. In this screencast, I'll show you how to create an awesome invoice template in Numbers that can be customised to your needs, making sure your invoices look just as professional as the services you provide.Read More…
  • App Training
    Getting Started With Numbers on OS XNumbers icon retina
    In a recent tutorial I took an introductory look at Pages, Apple's often neglected word processor and tried to show you that despite its fairly basic interface, it is an incredibly powerful piece of software that allows you to create a multitude of different documents. In this tutorial I'm looking at Numbers -- Apple's answer to Microsoft Excel. I'm a seasoned Excel user, mostly because of my university degree which requires us to manipulate data in Excel and I'll freely admit here: Numbers is certainly nowhere as powerful as Excel when it comes to advanced features. Having said that, though, Numbers does make it easy to create a nice, simple spreadsheet and manipulate some data, and in this tutorial I'm going to show you how to do so!Read More…
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