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Even a normal day of working with Excel can be lots of fun (or not!), but today we'll see a couple of different ways to enjoy fun and ..read more
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In Excel, you can use the drop down arrows in the table headings, to sort or filter the data. In this example, we'll filter for dates that ..read more
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Even if you love Excel, there might be times when you want to work on paper, instead of on the screen. I've made a printable Excel weekly ..read more
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Someone asked me how to create a chart where there could select a date range, and the chart would update automatically, to show results ..read more
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If you love Excel, and want to expand your horizons a bit, there are a couple of great opportunities for you to learn something new, ..read more
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It's been a long time since the last Excel roundup, so here's a new one! Check out these Excel links and articles, and I'm sure you'll find ..read more
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Last week, someone asked if I could stop zipping the sample Excel files that you can download from my website. Well, I thought about it ..read more
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You can add a UserForm to your Excel file, so it's easy for people to enter data, without going to the table where the historical data is ..read more
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How can you get the last number in an Excel column? I needed to do that in one of my sample files, so here's the formula that I used. Then ..read more
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