Although Excel is pretty user-friendly, many of the worksheets created aren’t. After all, the creation of a worksheet isn’t restricted to people who understand how to use it.
I was once called in to help figure out what was wrong with a worksheet. Although a little more complicated than this description, the worksheet consisted of columns of numbers with totals below them. The problem was that when any of the numbers in the worksheet were changed, the affected totals didn’t update. It didn’t take too long to figure out that the totals weren’t formulas. The creator of the worksheet had used an adding machine to add up the columns and then manually entered the totals.
For most of us, Excel is a great tool. I have seen many instances where people saved hours of work each month with well-designed worksheets.
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