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A Better Microsoft Excel Checkbook Spreadsheet – Part 2

In the previous post, we looked at the sample checkbook register spreadsheet that’s available for Microsoft Excel. In this followup, we’ll cover how you can use it to enter future expenses in order to budget out your month.

The video below shows how to easily add anticipated expenses for the month; how to safely move them around in the register if needed; and lastly, the walk-thru shows an example of downloading transactions from a bank website that can then be quickly copied into the checkbook register spreadsheet.

If you missed the first post, it covers the basics on entering new transactions as well has how the chart feature works. Check it out here.

To see all of the latest versions of the Excel checkbook register spreadsheet, please visit this site dedicated to that content

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