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That’s right … no travel or parking hassles because we come onsite to you on a day and time that works for you. We travel all over the greater part of Auckland, from Orewa down to Pukekohe. Need training laptops? Not a problem. We can bring laptops for you to use, no charge.
Training specific to business
We work with businesses every day so we create our Microsoft® Office courses with content that is going to provide the best outcomes for your business. Select from one of our generic courses or use it as a starting point to customise your own.
Flexible session duration
We know your time is precious so we have created flexible session timings. Choose from half or full day sessions for yourself (1-on-1), you and a buddy (1-on-2), or a group session for your team.
Put new skills into practice straight away
The course has been absolutely brilliant! Sharyn’s facilitation and teaching style is amazing as she teaches in a way that ensures the information is understood and the new skills are practiced straight away. Our guys were thrilled about the new skills they learnt and put them into practice straight away.
Katie Li, HR Manager, Apex Valves, Avondale
Sharyn, you’re a star! So impressed with how the whole group went at a steady pace despite different levels. Very enjoyable and learned lots!
Rachel Alcorn, HR Co-ordinator, Briscoe Group Limited, Morningside
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I have been asked twice in one week to please explain how to calculate GST at 15% using Excel formulas.
You can find information on how to calculate GST (Goods and Services Tax) on the NZ Inland Revenue website. I’ve taken this a step further and put together a tutorial on how to put these calculations into Excel formulas.
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PROBLEM: when I use “Format as Table” to format a range the “Merge and Center” button becomes inactive and I can no longer merge cells. Why?
SOLUTION: the Table format will stop the merging of cells. However there is a work-around.
The Format as Table command can be used to quickly apply a professional format to a selected range. However, in applying the format you are also applying the functionality that Tables offer. As a result you will no longer be able to merge cells. Read more