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Date/Time: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 02:00 PM
Language: English
Duration: 1 hour

Stop Using Excel Before You Make an Expensive Error!

An engineer has an ethical duty to actively identify and minimize sources of risk. However, one significant source of risk is often ignored.

That’s Microsoft Excel – a surprisingly common tool for engineering calculations. 

This webinar explores why Excel is such a popular calculation tool, and, on the flip-side, why you should stop using Excel for anything more than bookkeeping.
An engineer has an ethical duty to actively identify and minimize sources of risk. However, one significant source of risk is often ignored.

That’s Microsoft Excel – a surprisingly common tool for engineering calculations. 

This webinar explores why Excel is such a popular calculation tool, and, on the flip-side, why you should stop using Excel for anything more than bookkeeping.
An engineer has an ethical duty to actively identify and minimize sources of risk. However, one significant source of risk is often ignored.

That’s Microsoft Excel – a surprisingly common tool for engineering calculations. 

This webinar explores why Excel is such a popular calculation tool, and, on the flip-side, why you should stop using Excel for anything more than bookkeeping.
An engineer has an ethical duty to actively identify and minimize sources of risk. However, one significant source of risk is often ignored.

That’s Microsoft Excel – a surprisingly common tool for engineering calculations. 

This webinar explores why Excel is such a popular calculation tool, and, on the flip-side, why you should stop using Excel for anything more than bookkeeping.


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