The best way to explain how an Excel Spreadsheet Template for Small Business can help you is to compare it to the way that I use an Excel spreadsheet every day. My Spreadsheet Template for Small Business is not much different from your standard spreadsheet, but the difference is very profound.
I use my spreadsheets every day. Every. day.
Each of my sheets is my initial and most important working “base” to build and test on my basic business procedures. All of these sheets are organized in a way so that I can be sure that I am maintaining the “course” in my organization. From my student report to my executive summary of your needs, my set up will always contain the necessary information to run through a common step, the same as what you are about to learn here.
So I begin with the first sheet of my spreadsheet template for Small Business. It is an easy to use tabbed way to add data to any spreadsheet, or the table to the right of an Excel worksheet. This template also includes a drop-down menu to add an option for creating custom worksheets in the standard way. At this point you will need to add a few columns, then you can select the information you want, add it to the worksheet, and all that’s left is to do a quick data check by using the ribbon bar (shown below). When you click the Data Check Button, the program will run a check on your data and make any changes if needed.
Next, I create a Quick Sheet, which is the row of cells or rows of cells that I will use when I am entering new information into the spreadsheet. By clicking the Quick Sheet button in the Ribbon Bar at the top of my sheet, I can quickly add any new data to the worksheet without having to enter it all at once, as I would if I used the standard “create new sheet” option in the ribbon bar. This makes it quick and easy to add new data when you are quickly scanning through some things that you have to look at in a particular issue. You can add new items such as checkboxes, text, formulas, or even file references, and just add them to the first cell of the Quick Sheet.
There is also a drop-down menu available that allows you to add a search box as well. There is no limit to the number of pages you can have in your Spreadsheet Template for Small Business, so you can use a Quick Sheet for all your data and your search tool for all your business activities. The bottom half of the sheet has a couple of handy Ribbon bars, the Small Info Ribbon, and the Relationship Toolbar. I’ll be talking more about these later.
The use of an Excel Spreadsheet Template for Small Business is just an extension of the standard Excel template, but it offers many advantages over its more complex counterpart. If you are looking for a faster, easier way to get things done, this may be a great option for you.