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GSBA Members Get Schooled in Excel

by Ilona Lohrey, Director of Membership, Outreach & Engagement
| Sep 18, 2017

biz lit series excel microsoft 600x337Last week, our friends at the Bellevue Microsoft Store hosted one of GSBA's Business Literacy Series workshops as part of our ongoing efforts to provide business development tools to our members. The workshop, led by Tammy Eubank, was focused on Microsoft Excel 2016 for small business. Tammy walked us through some of the advanced features and provided helpful tips to help small businesses get the most out of the software.

Workshop attendees were able to bring their own laptops or borrow a Microsoft Surface to create Excel spreadsheets, learn about graph imports, and to analyze data in many different ways. We were so happy to have such an amazing instructor and were delighted that our members were able to get their questions pertaining to their business needs answered.

Learn more about the Business Literacy Series.


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