VLOOKUPs are great, unless you’re struggling to get them to work, then they’re a massive pain in the backside – there are a lot of tutorials on how to get them right, but most of them already assume you’re more than a beginner at using Excel or similar spreadsheet software like Google’s Spreadsheet or OpenOffice Calc. This guide is only going to assume a very basic knowledge of excel and by the end will help you get stuck right into it!
New Year’s resolutions – everyone loves them! Or not? I’ve never been one for setting unrealistic expectations based on arbitrary happenings (besides birthdays, Christmas, Easter, my wedding anniversary…), and resolutions have always felt pretty daft to me.
Nothing personal to those who prescribe to this – just not my bag really.
Have you ever eaten anything with chocolate flavoured coating?
Hint, this is most likely something at the lower-end of the food/price spectrum – the particular example I’m thinking of is based on a “basics” Choc Ice.
An ever increasing part of my job includes guiding people on social media and how they need to integrate it into their business – or at least now how to harness it to gain that all important “engagement”.
But in all honesty social media’s tendrils stretch further than just the world of business – if it didn’t it wouldn’t be such a covetted area of the internet.
Whilst most people who are regular kindle users are likely to purchase most of their books through the Amazon Kindle store itself. For the most part I’d say that only half of my purchases were from the store, what can I say – I like to shop around, even for my eBooks!
For most people there are going to be times where you’re likely to want to import ebooks from other places – and it’s not as easy as it should be. Continue reading