If you are like most people, you may not have spent much time in the Options area of Excel. That is unfortunate because you can choose some settings that can really customize your version of the program to your own personal preferences and work situation.
This blog will share some examples of the things you can do with options and settings. Hopefully these “golden nuggets” will encourage you to explore other options and settings that you might find helpful to you.Read More
Centriq’s IT Career Program grads work for some really great companies. We asked Jason Enneking, IT Director at UGA Finance, to tell us about his company and why they hire Centriq grads.Read More
Career Program Alumni On the Move
The following alumni have recently changed jobs … find them on LinkedIn and congratulate them! Or, if you’re looking to make a change yourself, send them a message to see if there are any other open positions at their new company.
“I was born in Texas, but have spent most of my life around the Kansas City area. After graduating high school and being blessed with a daughter, Rhian, I decided to join the Air Force and train as an Air Traffic Controller. I worked in the aviation industry for over 10 years, both as a military Non-Commissioned Officer for the Air Force and as a civilian Air Traffic Controller for the Federal Government. I’ve spent time in many different regions of the United States as well as time overseas in Germany, Iraq, and Qatar. Down the road, I would like to end up in Austin, Texas to be close to my brother and some other family.“Read More
“I was born and raised in Kansas City and attended high school in Oak Grove, MO. Prior to coming to Centriq, I was a Line Cook and Receiver Supervisor at a gourmet grocery store named Dean and Deluca, located in the heart of Leawood. I worked my way up at Dean and Deluca over my four years of employment there. However, I realized wasn’t going to be able to grow financially in the way I wanted to by working in the food industry, so I decided to leave Dean and Deluca. Growing up, I always had a strong passion for technology. I built my first computer in the 8th grade and obtained a few IT certifications in high school. My passion for technology is what made me decide to go to Centriq.“Read More
An add-in is a term used for a software utility added to a primary program. In other words, add-ins are mini applications that extend what you can do with Microsoft Office programs. When you enable an add-in, it adds custom commands and new features to programs that help increase your productivity.Read More
With hundreds of functions available in Excel in multiple categories, it is nearly impossible for any one person to know how to use all of the functions.
This blog article will discuss a few of the lesser-known functions such as FORECAST, GETPIVOTDATA, TRANSPOSE, LARGE/SMALL (not the same as MAXIMUM/MINIMUM), and INDEX with MATCH.
As you may already know Excel functions are grouped into several categories including financial, logical, text, date/time, lookup and reference, math, statistical, engineering, cube, and of course, several others including the basic AutoSum functions.Read More
When it comes to its signature SharePoint document management software, Microsoft is deservedly ambitious. The company claims to reinvent the digital connected workplace and empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Underlying these big claims is technology that truly can revolutionize the way people work on every level.Read More
Today’s IT departments often find themselves pigeonholed by accessibility – both in terms of employees’ standard capacity to access documents and applications, and in the greater scope of making technology available to individuals with permanent, temporary, or situational accessibility needs.
In both respects, Microsoft SharePoint is leading the way towards creating a powerfully accessible digital office workspace. SharePoint users enjoy a unified, secure platform for employee data access.Read More