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Tag Archives: Excel for writers
by Jenny Hansen Earlier this year, we started talking about Microsoft Excel and all the ways writers could use it without hyperventilating. In case you missed the other two posts, I’ve linked them below: Part 1 – Excel Shortcuts and … Continue reading
In Part 1 of this series, we talked about using Microsoft Excel efficiently. You learned some fun finesse tools for moving around the program and laying out data. Today, we’re going to get to the nitty-gritty part of Excel. We’re … Continue reading
By Laura Drake We’ve talked about it in other posts. How learning your writing process is finding your way in a pitch black room, full of furniture. You can learn by barking your shins, but there are less painful ways. … Continue reading