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MrExcel to Appear at Toronto Earlscourt Rotary

Toronto, Ontario

Mr Excel Is Coming for Dinner: "Mr Excel" to Appear at Toronto Earlscourt Rotary on April 19

The Toronto Earlscourt Rotary Club will host a dinner with Excel expert and author Bill Jelen, known as "Mr Excel" to thousands who research tech solutions at his website, on Tuesday, April 19, 2005 at 6:15PM. The event will be held at the the Boccaccio Restaurant in the Columbus Center, 901 Lawrence Ave W (near the intersection of Dufferin and Lawrence), Toronto.

"I love the opportunity to present my Excel tips live to an audience of Excel users. The interaction allows me to solve real problems in real time", notes Jelen.

The $20 admission include dinner and the Excel seminar. Jelen will present his Power Excel Tips and Tricks - demonstrating the 10 most powerful, but widely underused tips for using Excel efficiently. Dinner begins at 6:30PM. The program will conclude by 8PM. The public is invited to this event. Reservations are appreciated - via e-mail to Sales @

Jelen is a regular guest on Call for Help, a TV show produced by Rogers Media and shown on TechTV Canada. He is the author of seven books on Microsoft Excel.

The Toronto Earlscourt Rotary Club, formed in 1969, is one of several Rotary clubs in the Toronto area. Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 31,000 Rotary clubs located in 167 countries. received 12 million page-views in 2004 and has been lauded by thousands of accountants and office managers for solutions-rich content. The seven-year-old web portal supplies Excel products, books, utilities, services, tech support and programming service, including a self-help message board with hundreds of archives filled with valuable solutions, often disbursed for free by volunteer gurus.