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Easy One-Way Sensitivity Analysis on Weighted Sum Models in Excel (Part 2)

Wow, it’s been a while since my last article. I’ve actually been pretty busy the last few weeks putting the finishing touches on an Excel deliverable for one of my company’s clients. We delivered the product about a week ago and things have just now started to slow. So now it’s back to blogging. If […]

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Easy One-Way Sensitivity Analysis on Weighted Sum Models in Excel (Part 1)

This article describes what I like to call “Easy One Way Sensitivity Analysis” in Excel.  I’ve used it before in several dashboards.  If you want to try it out for yourself before reading ahead, both Healthcare dashboards on the Fun Downloads page implement my Easy One Way Sensitivity Analysis method.  Here’s a pic of one of […]

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Turn an Excel Spreadsheet into a Bitmap Image

So I’ve created a spreadsheet program that will import a selected bitmap and use Excel as a canvas to display it.  Each cell is a pixel.  Here’s a picture of president Obama in 8-bit glory: And here’s my current March Madness bracket in stunning 24-bit: You can download the file below, and instructions are included […]

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Edit button, please

This is a long overdue article, my apologies. The basis of the article surrounds a question in the comments section of an article on Chandoo.org (comment #75) written about the hyperlink() method I discovered and wrote about here. In Chandoo’s example, when a user rolls over different “hotspots” representing different datasets, the corresponding data comes into […]

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How to Create a Rollover Effect in Excel: Execute a Macro When Your Mouse is over a Cell

“Rollover B8 OV1” (like Rollover Beethoven…? get it?)Update 17 July 2011: This blog entry was featured in Chandoo’s latest post. So if you’re coming here from his site — welcome! original post: This post was inspired by Chandoo’s post on hyperlinks in Excel. If you haven’t checked his website out yet – you should. It’s […]

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Getting a Handle on hWnd

Sometimes, you’ll want to programmatically take advantage of Windows outside the capabilities readily available through Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). For example, both eliminating the “Close”-button or creating a more opaque background on a window require the use of the Windows API. Doing this in Visual Basic isn’t too hard, but there are some distinct […]

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