In this article I’m going to do a quick round-up of the Best of Excel on the Web.
This last month has been pretty intense as I’ve been working on the launch of “Excel Power Tips”. The Ebook and Videos should come out next month (fingers crossed). In the mean time check out the teaser video and sign up for a 50% early-bird discount before it’s too late by heading over to the Power Tips page.
Just because I’ve been busy doesn’t mean there hasn’t been great Excel content published elsewhere on the web.
So here are some of my favorite posts, articles and videos that I found in the last couple of weeks.
These articles cover techniques and principles for creating charts and dashboards in Excel, with some useful ones that you may not have thought of yourself.
Here’s a collection of tips and resources on formatting, pivot tables, userforms, VBA and migrating to Office 2010.
As I mentioned in the introduction, I’ve been working on the launch of “Excel Power Tips”. If you’d like to boost your productivity in Excel by learning tips & tricks, you should secure your 50% discount off the Ebook and Videos by joining the Launch Excel Early Bird List here.
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