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Unnecessary information in organizationsWe need to do something to cope with ever-changing information!!

That’s why you dont have time.

If you realized that changing-information in your organization won’t stop, instead you are aware that you need to get better and better to cope with it, then this site is for you…

No matter how hard you work, the ever-present changing-information will ruin your work and waste your time. You need to developed your “Excel dynamic mindset”, only then, you will be able to cope with changes very effectively and be successful at work and life these times…

Want to make your work easier and more consistent, or want to have more time for things that matter like analyzing data, taking decisions or going home earlier?

You need to implement some of these tactics…

  • Use VLOOKUP, INDEX & MATCH, array formulas to find information even when people moved it from row to row, column to column or sheet to sheet
  • Use VBA macros to make incoming-data complies with your formatting preferences, produce consistent reports and dashboards every time, and much more…
  • Write Excel formulas only once and keep them working even when users change parameters or move data
  • and much more…

Hi I am John Franco, I help professionals with underdeveloped Excel skills to explore the Excel software INTUITIVELY so that they know INSTANTLY the better and faster ways to do their job.

My mission is helping you to “Make Excel your second nature” so you do things naturally, increase job satisfaction and productivity.

You don’t think in the details when you tie your shoelaces, right?

You wont think in the details when you use Excel INTUITIVELY, this is my intention here. You will be aware of what’s possible with the software, you will know all the tools that are available to you at any time, you will use naturally all the Excel power to get things done (commands, functions, formulas, automation, workarounds, etc.).

The focus of my work and Excel programs is on…

It’s all here in my Excel blog

See you inside…

To your Excel happiness!

John Franco