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Excel Consulting Tips: Using OneNote and Random Generators

Worried with organizing Excel workbooks and formulas associated with it? Most of us who deal with Excel in our daily life which has formulas, conditions and many things associated with it. Have you ever thought organizing Excel sheets and formulas and other stuff related to that at one place? It is really a cool idea […]

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Johann Odou, CoFounder of ModelOFF

ModelOFF is a, annual, two-hour, online contest in which thousands of people from over hundred countries compete. As you might have guessed it, the contest aims to square off Excel and Finance geeks in a bid to find the best, or the smartest, financial modeler. In the video below Johann describes some very interesting aspects […]

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Excel MVP Jon Acampora – ExcelCampus.com – Excel Expert Interviews

VBA Pro Course Rick: What’s going on with the VBA Pro Course? Jon: My VBA Pro Course takes you from a beginner to a pro level. Excel Training Style Jordan: Is this on your own learning or is it guided learning? Jon: It is based on my own experience with VBA trying to use real-world […]

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Weird Things You Can Do In Excel

Excel is a data analysis and visualization tool. But is this all there is to Excel? We will let our in-house experts, accompanied by Excel MVP Mynda Treacy, answer this question for you. So, let’s begin. 1 – 3D Excel Reports Spreadsheets allows users to visualize data in 2D as arrays. But, it turns out, […]

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Blogging Buddies: Tristan of ExcelSide.com

As we kickoff this new year of Excel.TV, we’re proud to pioneer the new series, Blogging Buddies. Each month, we’ll introduce you to up-and-coming and new-to-the-scene Excel and data analysis blogs. We know how hard it’s to start a new blog, particularly in this space. So with this series, we want to give new bloggers […]

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Getting Started w/ Power BI – Ginger Grant – Power BI Consultant

How do you get started with Power BI? Szilvia: From the perspective of an Excel person, how do you get started with Power BI? Ginger: When Microsoft was trying to get into Power BI, they asked what they needed to do and the answer was obviously Excel. Everybody had Excel and everybody knew Excel. In […]

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Hire An Excel VBA or Power BI Developer or Consultant

If you have gone through any of the interviews here on Excel TV, then you know that our network includes the absolute top Excel people in the industry. Excel and Power BI authors, bloggers, trainers and consultants. Excel TV is where they come to share their story. Leverage our network for your company or project. […]

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Ginger Grant – PowerBI Blogger at DesertIsleSQL.com

Ginger Grant, an Excel Trainer, blogger and PASS Business Analytics Conference speaker focusing on Power BI and all the Power Excel Tools, joins the Excel TV panel to talk about Excel, data and Data Science.  Check out her blog, DesertIsleSQL.com. What Is Your Website About? Rick: You have a website called DesertIsleSQL.com. Would you mind […]

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How to Create Excel Training Courses with Mynda Treacy

Microsoft Excel Video Course Diva and Excel MVP Mynda Treacy, who runs the successful online Excel Training program (at http://myonlinetraininghub.com) with topics ranging from Excel Dashboard to Microsoft Word and Outlook courses, joins Excel TV host Rick Grantham and cohosts Excel Author Szilvia Juhasz and Microsoft Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier to discuss Excel training programs. […]

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Excel Book Authors Share What They’ve Learned About Writing Excel Books

In this episode, Excel TV guest Excel MVP and author Oz Du Soleil joins Excel TV host Rick Grantham and cohosts Excel Author Szilvia Juhasz and Excel MVP and author Jordan Goldmeier in discussing what they have learned about writing Excel books. How do you work through writers block? Oz: It helped to get people […]

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Excel for Business Intelligence & Analytics

Whenever one talks about the use of Excel in business intelligence (BI) and business analytics (BA), the role of the IT department springs up to the discussion. The fact of the matter is that IT personnel are seen by many BI or BA Specialists as obstacles in adoption of BI systems. From their experience as […]

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Excel Programmers and IT Alliances – Excel Topics

Being Excel gurus in your offices or Excel consultants to many different companies, you are always assumed to be at odds with the IT guys. But the need of the hour is not to have these alpha battles but to collaborate effectively. The technology landscape is changing really fast and the business needs are evolving […]

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Q&A with Mr Excel – Bill Jelen Answers Questions

Unfulfilled Promises? And the Sad Reality of Forgotten Bloggers There was blog post by Chandoo in 2013 where hundreds of questions were asked of Mr Excel.  In Bill Jelen’s defense, Bill states the questions were answered…  but in the interest of completeness, Bill played along. Click Here For The Link to Chandoo’s Post If There […]

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Tips For Starting An Excel Blog – Video Discussion with Excel Bloggers

You might be interested in starting up your own Excel blog for whatever reasons. But what would it be about? Our team of experts is here to deal with this topic and address your anxiety. Excel Blog Content Your blog can talk about features of Excel that you like and features that you do not. […]

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Role of Excel Users in Business – Excel Topic

The analytics landscape is changing at a fast pace in this ‘bring-your-own-tools’ world. The universe of data technologies has grown exponentially complex over the last few decades, particularly so after the introduction of Big Data concepts. In such a world, where does the role of an Excel user lie? Makes becomes of people like you […]

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