Welcome back to the next episode of Excel TV. Excel Author Jordan Goldmeier continues with the VBAExpress forums challenge even this week. Before getting in to this week’s Excel challenge, let us have a look at previous episode’s Excel challenge. Let us see that first!
Last Week’s Challenge
Excel MVP Jordan asked to find out the wrong in the VBA Code presented in the previous episode’s video. Hope you all responded to it and we also know that you are looking for the winner and correct answer. Let us be on that now!
Correct Answer From Last Week’s Challenge
As Jordan gave hint as “Hungarian Notation” it means that, he is looking for it. So, the correct answer is the line “Dim binFound As Integer”. Jordan is looking for this Hungarian notation of a Boolean. We received many responses and we pick the winner randomly.
This week’s winner is Joseph Serido of www.SpreadsheetsMadeEasy.com
Congratulations Joseph! You won a cool looking mouse pad as said in the previous episode.
What are Two Smallest Excel Functions?
There are some functions in Excel which differs by one character. For example, if you take HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP, they differ by just a single character.
So, now the question is what are the 2 small functions in Excel that fall under this category. I mean, what is the Excel function in which by changing the smallest number of characters turns out to be another function?
Hurry Up To Answer
This is really an interesting challenge. Go ahead and comment your answer in Excel TV blog post or Facebook. You can even tweet to @ExcelTV. Come On!