Top 13 Excel Facts & Statistics For You

Excel. It’s a program that has been around for decades, and it has experienced explosive growth in popularity over the last few years.  But what is it?

Excel is a software program that allows you to store and manipulate data. You can use Excel to create charts, graphs, and tables, as well as to perform calculations. It’s a great tool for business owners, students, and anyone who needs to track data.

Excel is available for both Windows and Mac users. There are two different versions: Excel 2016 and Excel for Office 365.

The 2016 version is the most recent release, while the Office 365 version is subscription-based. Both versions have the same features, but the Office 365 version offers additional tools, including the ability to collaborate with others in real time.

This infographic will illustrate the most popular facts about Excel brought to you by Spreadsheet Daddy:

Importance Of Customer Satisfaction

Finding it difficult to meet your ROI targets? Here’s a full breakdown on the importance of customer satisfaction in this detailed infographic by FM Outsource. It covers all about why keeping customers happy matters, how it can benefit your business and effective ways to measure it. To give you some inspiration, it also includes some useful tips on how to track it and simple ways to improve customer satisfaction. The complete guide is available here:
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FTL vs LTL: What’s the difference?

Does your business require freight delivery? To understand the freight solutions to choose from, take a look at this infographic on FTL vs LTL: What’s the difference? It clearly defines full truckload and less-than-truckload as well as gives readers a useful guide to the weight and pallet restrictions to consider. Whether you’re looking to ship a one-off consignment or multiple items, we’ve compiled a list of the types of loads you’re about to send with FTL and LTL. So your business can plan which freight delivery to use for your goods. To give your business a better understanding of how FTL and LTL work, the infographic has broken down the key benefits they provide and why they are important. Discover more here in our in-depth article.


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Uncovering the Differences of Resins for Art

 An infographic detailing the differences between several kinds of resin that are used widely in the art field: epoxy resin, UV resin, polyurethane resin, and polyester resin. This can help you better understand these resins and make appropriate choices before you do the resin art. It mainly compares the resins from the following factors: cured color, odor, toxic, pot time(work time), cure method, cure time, bond strength, self-leveling, UV resistance, moisture resistance, heat deflection temperature(soften), heat resistance(melted), scratch resistance, and shelf life.

UV resin and epoxy resin are expensive than polyurethane resin and polyester resin. But they can be crystal clear after hardening and this is vital to many resin art projects. Most of these resins cure by mixing two parts – resin and hardener. UV resin is an exception that only hardens with UV light. By learning the heat deflection temperature of these resins, you will know what objects can be put on a resin plate while others can not. You will also know when to use up the resin so they can exert their best performance.

Then how to choose a resin that works for you? It depends on what you want it to do. If you want to save dried flowers or save photos, epoxy resin is a good choice because its cured color is transparent. If you are working on resin jewelry, UV resin might be the best option because it has no pot time so is much more flexible to manipulate. If you want a resin that doesn’t cost too much, you can go with polyurethane resin or polyester resin. However, you have to keep in mind that they are very sensitive to moisture and need to be handled properly. Check out the detailed infographic for clear contrast information and get more insights about how to choose the proper resin for your art.
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