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Jordan starts out the segment by admitting that he didn’t know the answer to the previous episode’s challenge. You know… the question that he is tasked with crafting (along with the help of the Excel Tv elves).
This is not a surprise to the seasoned Excel TV viewer (thanks Mom). As Jordan is also unaware of when his book Excel for Dashboards is to be released. Now tentatively scheduled for November 15th (thanks Chandoo). Get the book here.
You are the winner of something really cool I am sure. Likely something only slightly used from the Excel TV northern offices somewhere in (wherever Jordan is).
Since Jordan doesn’t really know the answer, he picked the answer that was the most insightful. Proving that you can actually baffle with BS. And for that, we commend you. Here is Heather’s answer.
So 780 million it is. Thank you Heather R.
Jon wanted to know the types of things you can use VBA for. Well, over 60 comments later and the list of potential winners needed to be whittled down. Jordan trusted the random selection to the Excel TV Labs team in the North Pole. The team developed a flux-capacitor fueled random name generator. After the magic spinning wheel reached 88 miles per hour, Joel Scheller was selected. Congrats Joel.
It’s a hidden gem that you find only when certain keys are pressed. No… not a table when you press Ctrl+T. Something a bit more complicated than that.
And what better way to celebrate a chilly September 29th evening, than with an Easter Egg Challenge.
Stolen from Courtesy of Jokes4us.com
Not funny? Well… the receding hairline was comedy gold.
But for the others… I mean… C’mon… You are reading Easter Egg jokes
stolen borrowed from a bad one-liner website and hocked on an Excel website in Autumn (not Spring). Perhaps you should lower your expectations. And if your are still reading this even after those jokes… then its kinda’ your fault anyways 🙂
Well… first you make up an answer with links to reputable websites with the full knowledge that the Excel MVP questioner has no idea what the true answer is (its brilliant). And then you leave that guess below. Jordan will pick a winner randomly from all the correct answers.
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