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Sep 24 2008   2:07PM GMT

Did you see this? – Using Microsoft Excel for business functions

Troy Tate Profile: Troy Tate

Came across a great free toolset for Excel today. It is called the Business Functions toolset. Here’s the PCWorld Editor’s review on the toolset:

Looking to use Excel to run your business? Then you’ll want this free add-in, which has 500 new functions to help with just about any business analysis, budgeting, or tracking you need. Need functions specifically for real estate, such as a variety of functions having to do with rent? It’s there. So are functions for other specific industries, as well as hundreds of general-purpose Excel functions as well.

There’s no need to run Business Functions separately from Excel; it integrates directly within it, and is available as menu options. No matter what you need for your business, there’s probably something for you, including a nifty time chart creator, and much more.

–Preston Gralla

You can find this useful download here.

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