Register online at training.unl.edu.
If you work with a lot of data, you will want to learn how to tame that information and use it to find exactly what you are looking for. Learn to simplify how you work with large amounts of data by sorting and/or filtering the data to exactly what you need.
Learn PivotTables to look at your data in a new way. Learn the functions that make calculations based on conditions you set. Learn to control the workbook by linking cells, worksheets and workbooks as well consolidating your information.
If you receive data from other sources that is not in the format you require, you can combine data from different cells together or parse your data with the tools and functions of Excel.
Wondering what your best options are for your drought-damaged corn, alfalfa, and oats?
Bruce Anderson, UNL Extension Forage Specialist, will provide answers to all your crop drought questions at a drought meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 18, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the Community Center in Bloomfield.
Rod Repenning from USDA Farm Service Agency and Jane Wilmes from the USDA Natural Resource & Conservation Service will also provide information on farm programs, disaster aid, conservation and other factors to know before doing any serious field activities.
by Yasmina Reza. Translated by Christopher Hampton.
Veronica and Michael are being oh, so civilized by meeting with the parents of the boy who recently hit their son with a stick. But, what begins as calm mature meeting of four mild-mannered adults somehow devolves into a no holds barred schoolyard brawl, leaving their middle class propriety in tatters.
For more information and tickets, visit http://www.unl.edu/rep.