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Excel Pro Tip: Creating Custom Reports with Excel Slicers

When I teach how to develop dashboards in Excel, I’m often asked if the same visualizations and interactivity can be recreated for PowerPoint. My answer is always the same: use Excel as your PowerPoint (why? because the answer is also no). In other words, rather than pasting reports onto slides, use the spreadsheet instead as […]

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A Dashboard Video Course

Hi, there! Long time no see, am I right? Well, most of you have realized that my major focus this last year or so has been developing Excel.TV. And boy, what a I ride it’s been. Excel.TV now boasts tons of content. And, for the first time ever, I’m proud to introduce my first video […]

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Mike Girvin Interview – Excel Array Formulas

Mike Excelisfun Girvin author of a book on Excel array formulas 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: Our Excel TV YouTube channel has been blowing up since Mike Girvin announced he was going to be […]

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Protect Cells in Excel by Locking Scrollbar

We all know that for some problems, Protect Sheet tool under the REVIEW tab doesn’t cut it. Well, Jordan has found another way to restrict end-user access and it has its own advantages. Let’s get to it. 1 – The Basics – Restricting Users The way this technique works is by restricting users to a […]

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Sorting in Excel Dashboards

We all aware of harnessing the power of VBA to dynamically sort dashboards based on user input. But is there a simpler, more elegant solution? Yes, there is. And Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier is here to solve this mystery for us. Let’s dive in! 1 – The Excel Dashboard Data The image below shows an […]

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Intersection Operator with Named Ranges – Excel Tips and Tricks

Hello All! We all are aware that VLOOKUP allows us to find the intersecting value of ranges or lists. It takes the value of one column and finds the corresponding value in the same row of another column. For example, VLOOKUP helps to find the telephone number of a person from the telephone directory. But, […]

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Inquire – Workbook Analysis in Excel

Troubleshooting Excel workbooks of others can be mind-numbing, if not excruciating. There are various tools that VBA experts have developed over the years to help with this process. But there is one great tool that is rarely mentioned. Developed by Microsoft itself, INQUIRE is available in the Office Professional Plus and Office 365 Professional Plus […]

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Remove Auto Syntax Popup – VBA Excel Coding Tips

We all love Excel and looks like there is no need any introduction for what is Visual Basic programming. As we all know VB programming allows us to automate tasks and we can do a lot more in Excel with it. But, have you observed the pop-up shown when you make any syntax error while […]

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5 Takeaways From Our 2016 Reader Survey

This is our first year doing a reader/viewer survey.  I figured it would be important, but honestly didn’t know what to expect.  Although Excel TV Media Group, LLC is a corporation, to me it feels like my child.  I (and others) have cared for it, given it our love, attention, time and creative energy for some time […]

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How to Change Comment Formatting – Excel VBA Coding Tips

Excel MVP Jordan is continuing the Excel VBA Coding tips. While coding comments play an important role. Comments explain what certain piece of code does so that it would be easy when you share the code with others. So, Jordan unfolds the new coding tip related to comment. He explains the feature which adds color […]

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Legacy Excel Features – Clippy and other Excel Characters

This week’s episode is dedicated to the rarely missed, often forgotten and historically unnecessary Office Assistants! Yes, that’s right, we are talking about Clippy and its buddies. The episode will also focus on first encounters with Excel and its sweet memories. With Jordan Goldmeier facilitating the session, we have Oz du Soleil, Rick Grantham and […]

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Using SumProduct in Inventory Management Spreadsheets

In many situations, particularly when it comes to inventory management, there is a need to do SUMPRODUCT with conditions. We can definitely implement it using many hidden calculations, but isn’t it elegance that we strive for? Join Oz du Soleil to learn about an amazing trick that will change how you think about Excel formulas. […]

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2016 Interactive Election Map – FREE Download

The 2016 Presidential Election Map is Now Available This was first created 4 years ago during the 2012 presidential election cycle and takes advantage of the “Hover Over” method.  The Map has been updated and is now available as a FREE Download here on Excel TV.  Click the button below to download the file. Once […]

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Excel Requests – HTTP for Humans

Written by Bjoern Stiel APIs are the lifeblood of the internet, providing access to bits and bytes that make our personal and professional worlds work. For example, Quandl provide a vast amount of financial and economic data through their API, while GitHub and StackOverflow let you pull out all sort of user and repo data through their API. But how do we communicate […]

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How Personal Experience Impacts Excel Development

How a person approaches Excel project work is heavily ingrained in his or her personal experiences and life lessons. To start a discussion on such a unique topic, we have Jordan Goldmeier facilitating the session. Also, our in-house experts Oz du Soleil and Rick Grantham are also on the panel. Let’s get into it! 1 […]

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