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We've published 6 (!) new courses: 3 in Google Sheets, reflecting our Excel courses, and 3 showing how to program using Google Scripts. Note that these are new courses (so unlike for all of our normal courses, we don't guarantee to run them if not enough people sign up). If you're not sure whether Google Sheets is for you, have a look at Sam's blog giving 5 reasons why you should be using Google Sheets.
Three bits of news, depending on which programming language bag you're into ...
Not sure if you should be using Office Scripts or sticking to VBA? Here's some help and advice.
We've revamped our Python training to accommodate a less intimidating two-day starter course.
Our June comparison of programming using AI tools missed out Visual C# - we've now remedied this.
Watch this space for news on forthcoming Wise Owl courses in different dialects of SQL ...
You can now (depressingly) share high-fives in Teams, with more Together Emojis threatened. In other Microsoft news, you can see the staggeringly expensive new pricing for the Copilot 365 add-in, see details of the first new Office 365 default font for nearly 20 years and learn about Excel's first gaming add-in (for EVE Online).
We are partial to a good keyboard short-cut, and these short-cuts to go to your browser address bar and to move back and forward between pages when surfing the web or using File Explorer are very good indeed!
We didn't send out a newsletter in June (following the principle that we'd rather say nothing than say not much), so there are two monthly updates to mention here. The June one really just contained the impressive new card visual, while the July one includes chart line smoothing and leader lines, with on-object interaction remaining stubbornly in preview.
Relaxing on the beach - or in your lunch hour? See how many of our 15 common film titles you can identify.
A teaser to whet your appetite ...
You don't have to get all 15 titles correct to enter our summer competition (we don't think many people will do this!), although your chances of winning our £50 Amazon voucher will be proportional to how many titles you guess correctly.
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