Thursday, April 27, 2006

It's kind of odd how bland and boring the Microsoft Windows program, Excel, looks when you just open open the application. However once you have taken two classes that entirely devote themselves to teaching you how powerful Excel is and all its capabilities (as I have), you really gain a new appreciation for it.

It can do so much more than help users create "pretty" tables and easy to read graphs. Once you get down to the nitty-gritty, users will be able to run 1000's of simulations that help predict and dictate future business decisions.

I'm currently studying for my BUS-X 201 practical tommorow, which is why I bring up this ever-so fascinating topic. I wonder how many other programs out there are much more powerful than their initial apperance...and damnit, why don't I know about it, yet?


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