February 6

Excel News – Unviewable VBA Project for Excel & PowerPivotPro – Week ending 2015-02-05


Excel.TV News & Articles

Others News and Posts in the Excel Community

  • Our friends over at Spreadsheet1 have an IndieGoGo Campaign Unviewable VBA Project for Excel.   Check it out and donate.
  • We have the inside scoop that the PASS Business Analytics Conference will have a Dashboard Contest coming soon.  Details to follow.
  • Rob Collie at PowerPivotPro.com has a Post on all the Excel power that is showing up at the PASS Business Analytics Conference.
  • Szilvia Juhasz is releasing an Excel Cocktail Book.  More details to follow


Office Mechanics shows this new update from Power BI

Our own Oz du Soleil shows you how he determines whether or not his dog needs to take a trip to Canada.

Excel Conferences & Competitions

  • PASS Business Analytics Conference April 21-22, 2015 with lots of Excel Speakers
  • Excel Amsterdam Summit April 13-14, 2015.  Check it out here
  • ModelOFF 2015 will be in London, UK in December 2015

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