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#4. Ep. 004: Excel Disaster Prevention and Recovery with David Ringstrom

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Ep. 004: Excel Disaster Prevention and Recovery with David Ringstrom

David Ringstrom is an Excel trainer, consultant, and author, and a CPA. Over 25 years, he’s developed a suite of tools and best practices that save him from crashes, collaboration issues, and other disastrous situations with his spreadsheets. In this conversation, we talk about setting up files properly, customizing settings in Excel, and using tools like Power Query to prevent issues in the first place.

David’s calendar is online at www.davidringstrom.com if you’d like to talk to him about customized Excel training or spreadsheet consulting work for any organization. Or, if you’re an accounting educator, please visit www.studentsexcel.com to learn about Excel training exercises customized to match the material you’re teaching in class.

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