New Chart Types In Excel 2016 Preview – Excel Challenge

Hello People! We are happy to meet you again with a new Excel challenge. MVP Jordan Goldmeier challenges you again in Excel, but before looking in to it, let us have a quick look at previous week’s challenge.

Last Week’s Challenge

Last week’s challenge was “Many functions in Excel have the same name in Power Pivot. Name a function in Excel with a different name that it’s DAX counterpart?” Have you answered this challenge?

Correct Answer For Last Week’s Challenge

This challenge was given by Bill Jelen of Mr. Excel and the correct answer is FORMAT and TEXT. Unfortunately, no one got the correct answer and Jordan declared that there is no winner for this challenge.

What are the new chart types added to Excel 2016 Preview?

This week’s challenge is “What new chart types were added to Excel 2016 Preview?” This week’s challenge has two winners and two prizes. One winner would win a copy of Guerilla Data Analysis from Oz and the second winner would win PDF copy of Jordan’s book Advanced Excel Essentials.

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. You can even tweet to @ExcelTVor leave a comment below.  Hurry up!

 


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