Add Employee Scheduling With Ease In This Week’s Employee Manager Part 7

Randy Austin

Randy Austin

An Employee Manager would not be complete without a Scheduling Component.
This week, as part of the Employee Manager Part 7 series, I am super excited to bring you just that.

In this weeks training video I show you how to create an amazing Employee Scheduler without VBA (We only use vba to switch months) This weeks training  includes:

In this weeks Part 7 of the Excel Employee Manager I show you how to:
☑️ Create An Amazing Employee Scheduling feature
☑️ Create Custom Pop-uP Comments with Variable Data
☑️ Dynamic Named Ranges using OFFSET & COUNTA Formulas
☑️ Dynamic & Custom Field Types
☑️ Hide Data Using Conditional Formatting
☑️ Add Employee Leave, Training, Holidays & Weekends to the Schedule
☑️ Switch Months Using Just a few Lines of VBA

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