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 keystrokes. Which version of Excel included the ‘Fight Simulator’ Eater Egg?”

Correct Answer From Last Week’s Challenge

We received good number of responses and the correct answer in Excel 97. Our winner for last week’s Excel challenge is Jim Burch. Congratulations! Keep answering Excel challenges.

What is the Longest Function as of Excel 2013?

This week’s challenge is “As of Excel 2013, what is the longest formula function?” If you have used it before, then it is very easy to answer this. No problems even if you have not used it before, just explore and give an attempt. You can be a winner.

Hurry Up To Answer

Go ahead and comment your answer in Excel TV blog post or Excel TV Challenges forum at VBAExpress.com or Facebook (facebook.com/ExcelTVSeries) or comment on the video.


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