Excel Hell

My computer skills are limited, at best, and my ability to run a simple workbook on Excel tests every one of those skills.

I’d like to think that if I’d worked in a field requiring daily use of Excel that I’d not only have become adept at the spreadsheet generating program, but that I’d have EXCELled at it. Using the darned thing once a month to submit an invoice only frustrates me and ends with me calling the computer awful things. My Dell now believes its name is Sonuvabitch, and that’s the nicest of the names I spout.

Thank goodness this month’s invoice is done. Come along now, Sonuvabitch, let’s play Words With Friends and chill for awhile.

Peace, people.

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

7 thoughts on “Excel Hell”

  1. I’ve never really had to use Excel for anything personal or work related, but I remember taking a Statistics course online and working in a program like Excel to process data. It was a pain in the ass at times just because it took so long to enter data. I learned quickly why researchers have young assistants hanging around to do the stats jobs 😉

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    1. Unfortunately I have no one! My son hired me two years ago to handle the social media accounts for his business. I love every aspect of the job and except the monthly billing.

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