Seems a very simple thing to demonstrate however, its something that I have found very useful when dealing with small businesses that aren’t confident enough to work in Excel. Also I have found with many clients that invoices are either produced from systems like Sage or more-often-than-not just written in Microsoft Word.
So if the later is true… why not make life a little easier?
Key Points to take away are:
- When working with formulaes in Microsoft Word tables just remember simple mathematics. Items in brackets are worked out first and then everything else.
- The tables are given row and column classifications just like in Microsoft Excel. Columns are letters and rows are numbers.