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All posts by Rick Grantham

Dashboards For Excel Book Released – Excel News – Week Ending 2015-10-16

Excel.TV News & Articles Excel Experts discuss the topic about how expert Excel programmers form alliances with the IT department.Are alliances even necessary or are they a waste of time? The expert panel discusses about using Excel for Business Intelligence and Analytics – strategies, pitfalls, and stories from their experience as Excel developers and Business […]

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Dashboards For Excel Book – Jordan Goldmeier & Chandoo

Dashboards for Excel, written by two Excel MVPs, is all about teaching you how to build interactive and fast dashboards and data visualizations with Microsoft Excel! But more than that, the book is a journey into thinking about and using Excel differently to create robust data applications rivaling those of the big vendors. At a […]

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36: Johann Odou – ModelOFF – Financial Modeling World Championship

Johann Odou, the CEO of Professional Services Championship League (PSCL), the group that runs ModelOFF (Financial Modeling World Championship) joins us on Wednesday October 7th at 9:05pm Eastern. Some big happenings in the 2016 version of ModelOFF. ModelOFF moves to London for 2015 Global Training Camp for 2015 ModelOFF Meetups happening around the globe Free Registration For […]

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Hall of Tortured Souls – Easter Egg Challenge – Excel TV Challenges

Jordan Asks A Question Without Knowing The Answer? Jordan starts out the segment by admitting that he didn’t know the answer to the previous episode’s challenge. You know… the question that he is tasked with crafting (along with the help of the Excel Tv elves). This is not a surprise to the seasoned Excel TV […]

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Office 2016 Release Date – Excel News – Week Ending 2015-09-18

Excel.TV News & Articles Michael Alexander of DataPig Technologies and the BaconBits Blog joins us on Tuesday Sept 15th. Listen to a video discussion about his fascination with pigs and bacon, and Excel dashboards. Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier aka Option Explicit explains How To Run Macros In Protected Worksheets Watch and check this another Excel […]

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35: Michael Alexander – DataPig Technologies – Power BI Bootcamp

Michael Alexander of DataPig Technologies and the BaconBits Blog joins us on Tuesday Sept 15th at 9:05pm Eastern. We will discuss Michael’s blog, his fascination with pigs and bacon, and Excel dashboards. Additionally, Michael will expand on what is happening with his Excel Power BI bootcamp in Dallas, TX. Excel Contest? Well… kind of. During […]

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VBA Pro Course Now Available – Excel News – Week Ending 2015-09-11

Excel.TV News & Articles Excel Challenge Guru Jordan Goldmeier goes to the well once again for the challenge Longest VBA Command that you can think of. Win the new book by Bill Jelen and our own Szilvia Juhasz. Bill Jelen (Mr Excel) explains how to use “Ctrl + BACKSPACE” to bring your active cell back into […]

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How Many Excel Users Around The Globe? – Excel Challenges

Google Is Your Friend Never thought I would type those words. 🙂 Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier’s previous challenge posed the question, What Is The Longest VBA Command You Can Think Of? He was so inspired by the variety of answers that the challenge was used for two episodes.  We are a creative bunch here at […]

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Excel Shortcut – Ctrl+BACKSPACE – Active Cell In View – Video Tutorial

One of the benefits of being Bill Jelen (Mr Excel) is that people send you all kids of tips. This tips was submitted for consideration for Bill Jelen and Szilvia Juhasz’s book 40 Greatest Excel Tips of All Time. Here Is The Scenario You have a ton of data, and you are scrolling all over […]

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ModelOFF Global Training Camps – Excel News – Week Ending 2015-09-04

Excel.TV News & Articles What is the Longest VBA Command that you can think of? Win A Free Copy Of Guerrilla Data Analysis V2 by Oz du Soleil and Bill Jelen. Oz explains how to use the “Quick Explore” to drill in Pivot tables. A stress-free way of drilling your data! Watch this video featuring […]

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Longest VBA Command You Can Think Of – Part 2

Excel Challenge Guru Jordan Goldmeier goes to the well once again. Little known fact amongst Excel TV insiders, Jordan Goldmeier is the leader of merry gaggle of elves here at Excel TV headquarters. Those Elves Have Many Missions In Life Mischief (like HLookup, hiding column A, etc) Community work (There’s an Office 365 reference here […]

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34: Jon Acampora – ExcelCampus.com – VBA Pro Course

Excel MVP Jon Acampora of Excel Campus.com joins us to discuss his new VBA Pro Course. The show aired 9:05pm Eastern on Wednesday September 2, 2015. During the interview, Jon not only discussed his course, but also offered a complimentary copy of the course.  What did you have to do to win? Go to the […]

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How To Concatenate In Excel – Ampersand Shortcut

Using Ampersand Formula In Excel Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier notes that although this quick tip if fairly straightforward, a lot of people don’t know it. First off… Define Concatenate In the simplest terms… its slamming the contents of cells together. Like having the first name in one cell and the last name in a second […]

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Would You Rather? – With Mr Excel

Excel Games Excel TV co-host Szilvia Juhasz is known for her creativity and talent. This week Szilvia brings us an Excel version of a great “get to know you” game. Would You Rather – Excel Version Would You Rather be stuck without Excel for 1 week, or… stuck in an airport for two weeks? Mr […]

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33: Chris Newman aka Chris Macro – TheSpreadsheetGuru.com

Welcome to The Spreadsheet Guru Chris Newman aka Chris Macro aka TheSpreadhseetGuru joins us to discuss the creation of his blog.  Chris runs TheSpreadsheetGuru Chris gathered his skills in the workplace.  During a rotational assignment he happened upon Excel and had to clean up spreadsheets and found that he had a gift for it.  His […]

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