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What Function Sounds Like a Number But Returns a Date? Excel Challenges

We do things a little differently here at Excel.TV. On most websites, you might expect that Excel Challenges and Problems were scored based on their accuracy.  Particularly when a high-end designer Excel.TV beer coozie is at stake. If Answers to Excel Challenges were based on accurate answers, we would have plenty of winners. Here is one […]

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What Year Were Sparklines Added to Excel? – Excel Challenges

Jordan offers up this question… What year were Sparklines added to Excel? In the video, Jordan offers you a high-end designer Excel.TV beer coozie.  It is made of the finest rubbery-type material known to man. Although we can’t make any guarantees, similar coozies have been known to triple in value. This slightly-used coozie makes a perfect […]

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What is the name of Mr Excel’s logo? – Excel Challenge

In a previous episode, Mr Excel joined us and during the discussion, he offered the name of his logo. Apparently there are internal “RECORDS” going back that name this logo. If you are looking for the episode to investigate, then this is the episode where we were discussing the best logo in Excel-land, and Oz […]

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Mr Excel’s Logo Name? – Excel.TV Challenges

Hello All! Hope you all are doing well. Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier is back with the interesting Excel Challenge.  But as usual, let us look in to the previous week’s Excel challenge and announce the winner. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “How Old is Excel?” Hope you all answered this challenge. Correct Answer […]

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How Old is Excel? – Excel Challenges

You would think this would be an easy one. Just hit wikipedia, right? But many of the answers on our Facebook Page were all over the place. Jordan sends out an e-book version of his book Advanced Excel Essentials to the winner. There are several options to submit you answer… including skywriting. The challenge was […]

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What shouldn’t you be afraid to to do Excel? – Excel Challenge

In Chapter 1 of Advanced Excel Essentials, which does Jordan argue that you should not be afraid of? a) Clippy b) Crashing a few Spreadsheets c) INDIRECT d) Powerpivot The challenge was offered November 18, 2014 Previous Episode’s Winner Lex Rosie King won the previous challenge with an answer of INDIRECT — as the answer to a multiple choice […]

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Volatile Functions in Excel – Excel Challenges

Hello everyone! Hope you all are having a great day. MVP Jordan Goldmeier is still in a flow to test you in Excel functions. But, as you all know, let us look at previous week’s Excel challenge before getting in to this week’s challenge. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “Which of the following […]

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Excel Function – Weekdays in Month – Excel Challenges

Hope you are having a great day! MVP Jordan Goldmeier is back with Excel challenge to test your knowledge on Excel functions. Let us look at the previous week’s Excel challenge before getting in to this week’s challenge. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “What is the difference between objects using early-binding and objects […]

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Early vs Late Binding in VBA – Excel Challenges

Hello All! MVP Jordan Goldmeier is back to test and teach you something new in Excel VBA. But, before that, let us know the answer for last week’s challenge and who got it right. Keep reading! Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “What is the row limit for Excel 95?” I know you all […]

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Number of Rows in Excel 95 – How Many Rows – Excel Challenge

Welcome back friends! MVP Jordan Goldmeier has got an awesome Excel challenge for you guys. I know you are all waiting for this week’s Excel challenge, but before jumping in to it, let us have a quick look at previous week’s Excel challenge. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “As of Excel 2013, what […]

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Longest Function as of Excel 2013 – Excel TV Challenge

Hello All! Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier is ready to challenge you in Excel. So are you ready? Let us look at the previous week’s Excel challenge before going to this week’s challenge. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “Previous versions of Excel had ‘Easter Eggs,’ secret areas of the program only accessible through certain […]

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Flight Simulator Easter Egg in Excel – Excel Challenge

This week MVP Jordan Goldmeier is back with an interesting Excel challenge. We all fond of Easter Eggs and this week’s challenge is based on that. So, without any ado let us look in to that. But let us look at previous week’s challenge first. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “Send us your […]

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Excel Tips – Winners Rahim Zulfiqar Ali, Szilvia Juhasz, Heather Gray

Welcome back Excel Lovers! We know that you are very eager regarding this week’s Excel challenge. But, before going in to that, let us have a look at previous week’s Excel challenge where Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier asked you to share your favorite Excel tip. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge was “Send us your […]

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Send Us Your Excel Tips – Spreadsheet Challenge

Welcome All! Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier is back with an interesting VBA Express Weekly Challenge for you guys. Hope you all answered previous week’s Excel Challenge. So, let us look at it first before proceeding with this week’s Excel challenge. Last Week’s Challenge As we all know last week’s challenge comes to us from Rahim […]

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Number of Worksheet Functions in Excel 2013 – 009 VBAExpress Forums Challenge

Hello every one. Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier is here with VBA Express Weekly Challenge. Looks like you all will like this week’s Excel challenge a bit more when compared to previous ones. But, before that let us look at the previous week’s Excel challenge, it’s answer and the winner. Last Week’s Challenge Last week’s challenge […]

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