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Ken Puls of ExcelGuru.ca

Rick: Welcome to our special guest straight out of Canada, Mr. Ken Puls of excelGuru.ca. I first became aware of Ken a year and a half ago when I was stalking his Twitter feed and Facebook page. He was about to get 100 Facebook page likes and he said whoever is my hundredth like I […]

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SSSVEDA DAY 4 – Sharing the Excel Knowledge

The theme of today’s episode is about finding better ways to get the job done. And nothing helps take the Excel community towards this end better than sharing of Excel knowledge. To demonstrate this, Oz will be describing one of his own experiences from the early days. Let’s get to it. 1 – Doing the […]

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PRAYERS FOR ANDY MCADOO

Today we have a live coverage all the way from our reporter Carl Pepperseed! Let’s get to it. 1 – Background Andy McAdoo was able to combine five years’ worth of credit card statements, travel history and phone records, and merged them all in a spreadsheet. And with the support of advanced tools in Excel, […]

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UNPIVOT WITH POWER QUERY

Isn’t it just frustrating to receive a copy-paste summary table that requires analysis? Yes, we’d rather have the data source, which we can turn into a pivot table and analyze to our hearts content. Well, the world isn’t perfect, but Ken Puls has a trick up his sleeve that can potentially save us from tons […]

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SSSVEDA DAY 3 – Peek Inside My Excel Work Environment

There is always a set of problems we repeatedly run into as data analysts. We promise ourselves to fix them one day but that day never comes. Well, today might just be your lucky day. Oz is here to share with us some tips and tricks that has helped him smooth out his workflow. Let’s […]

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SSSVEDA DAY 1 – Beware of Ghost Peppers & Suspect Excel Charting

What to do when you are offered ghost peppers or Trinidad scorpion peppers? Which one would you choose? Oz is here to help us out. Let’s get started! 1 – The Evidence The chart on the right displays the Scoville Heat Units (SHU) of different peppers. Poblano isn’t even that hot. And Trinidad scorpion peppers […]

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Using the Immediate Window – Excel VBA Tips

We all know that VBA allows us to create Macros in Microsoft Excel which does complex tasks in an easy way. You can create a Macro for tasks which you are supposed to do repeatedly. But, while writing VBA code we come across some issues or errors and finding them would be hard. So, we […]

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Chandoo Excel Interview – Pointy Haired Dilbert – Chandoo.org

Purna Duggirala, or Pointy Haired Dilbert, of Chandoo.Org and StartUpDesi.com joins Excel TV host Rick Grantham and cohost Microsoft Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier and author and Excel TV Host Oz du Soleil on Excel TV. Rick: All the way from India, welcome Purna Duggirala AKA Chandoo AKA Pointy Haired Dilbert!  Chandoo, welcome to the show. […]

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Kari Finn of Microsoft MVP Program

Kari Finn, Manager of Microsoft MVP program joins Excel TV host Rick Grantham and cohosts Microsoft Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier and author and Microsoft Excel MVP Oz du Soleil on Excel TV. Rick: Kari joins us from Microsoft in Redmond. Would you mind saying hello and tell us a little bit about yourself? Kari: I […]

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How to Create Dynamic Drop Down Lists Using Excel Tables

Updating spreadsheets can be a pain, especially when you have to change all the Data Validation dropdown menus manually. Of course, you may use a complicated mix of INDIRECT and ROW formulas to achieve a dynamic dropdown list. But there is a much better solution. And that is exactly what Zack Barresse is here to […]

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Excel Tables with Excel MVP Zack Barresse

Surprisingly, tables are the most misunderstood and, hence, underused feature of Excel. While some people confuse this feature with data tables developed by Scenario Manager, most people just plainly ignores it owing to its alien syntax. Microsoft Search Analytics revealed that less than 1% of the Excel users employ tables in their workbooks. This is […]

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How Do Excel Gurus Solve Problems in Excel?

If we think about how Excel gurus solve problems in Excel, clearly the technical expertise comes to our minds. But that is not all there is to it. Things like communicating articulately and with confidence are also important factors. That said, there are even stranger things that might come into play, for example knowledge of […]

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Preparing for the Worst with Excel

This week’s episode is around fail-safes, that is, preparing for the worst! Of course, it might not always work out as planned. But one definitely ends up a few funny stories as a consequence. Let’s join our favorite Excel TV trio Jordan Goldmeier, Oz du Soleil, Rick Grantham and our special guest Ken Puls. Jordan […]

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Contrarianism in Excel – When to Break The Rules

You need to know when to be a contrarian: someone who breaks the rules, bucks conventions and gives it to the client straight. When it comes to the field of data analytics, the motto “customer is always right” cannot be more wrong. With Szilvia Juhasz facilitating the session, we have Jordan Goldmeier, Oz du Soleil […]

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Brad Edgar – Excel Blogger & Dashboard Guru

Brad Edgar of BradEdgar.com joins Excel TV host Rick Grantham and cohosts Excel Author Szilvia Juhasz and Excel MVP and author Jordan Goldmeier to talk about Power Query and Dashboards. Rick: Welcome Brad Edgar, our special guest from Canada. Brad Edgar of BradEdgar.com where you can go to learn dashboard and dashboard products. How does […]

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