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Excel expertise
28 years’



     Duration: 60 minutes each  
     Format: Interactive webinar  

In this topic, you compare data in two tables, merge two tables into one but without duplicates, locate and remove duplicates in a single table, identify differences between two versions of a workbook, synchronise sheets to aid visual comparisons, reconcile invoices and payments and use tools to instantly complete many of these tasks.

Reconciliation - Part 1

  • Highlight differences between two tables.
  • Allow for spurious spaces.
  • Remove text that interferes with comparisons such as the text Ltd in a company name.
  • Allow for alternatives such as NZ and New Zealand.
  • Make comparisons fuzzy.
  • Merge two tables into one.
Reconciliation - Part 2

  • Synchronise sheets for a flick-through comparison.
  • Place two sheets side by side and synchronise scrolling.
  • Quickly manipulate the display as required.
  • Complete many comparison tasks instantly with free tools.
  • Reconcile payments and invoices.
  • Use PivotTables to generate unique lists for Data Validation in-cell drop-down lists.
  • Select multiple options for cell entry.
  • Create dynamic range names.


You should know VLOOKUP.


Live webinar format

See the presentation on your PC screen and hear the presenter either from your PC speakers/headphones or on the telephone.

Type questions on the chat line during the presentation. Questions will be answered by the co-presenter.

Stay engaged with multiple-choice quizzes.

Test out the webinar technology with one of the free Excel 10-minute tips webinars.


Each webinar has a main presenter and a co-presenter, who share the presentation and question-answering. Having two makes it more engaging, and different viewpoints expressed makes it clearer.

There are a number of different AbleOwl presenters, all of whom are Excel specialists.

Excel versions

Unless specified otherwise, all webinars cover all current Excel versions from 2007 onwards. Any differences among versions are pointed out.


Webinar characteristics AbleOwl Others
Two presenters share the teaching, so one can answer queries, and the dialogue between makes the webinar more engaging. ***** *
You’re encouraged to interact with the presenters through quizzes and chat-box discussions: you’re not a passive observer. **** **
Presenters are Excel specialists, can give additional insight and answer any queries. ***** ****
Each different presenter brings his/her own personality and humour(?). **** **
You discover not only Excel parts, but also how to structure and standardise, like learning not only words, but grammar too. ***** *
You get a step-by-step PDF manual sent in advance to preview and review. ***** *
You can take advantage of expert post-webinar email support to help you get the full benefit from your new skills. ***** *
You are provided a clear and consistent learning path, without duplication, by the depth and breadth of webinar series topics. ***** ***
You can purchase multiple vouchers at considerable savings. **** **



"Great. I was able to follow really easily and it flowed along logically. Good pace. Good to have the 2 presenters i.e. who can “chat’ about what’s being done, giving 2 points of view etc."
Debbie, Financial Accountant, Hamilton, New Zealand

"I would like to send you a thank you for the clearly presented and well paced webinar I took part in yesterday. This was my first ever webinar and also my first interaction with your company and found it to be a beneficial and enjoyable experience. I look forward to my next webinar and your tips etc."
Fiona, Office Manager, Brisbane, Australia

"The rapport between Paul and Grant was great and makes it more interesting than a one way presentation."
Maureen, Accountant, Taupo, New Zealand

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