Excel Knowledge Sharing week ending Fri. 20 Dec

in Excel For All10 months ago

Its Excel knowledge sharing time peeps :-) Have you published an Excel resource this week? Or maybe you found a resource online that really helped you solve a spreadsheet problem you had?

Well now is the time to share it (with a few simple rules)

Rules:

  • The resource and knowledge you share must be related to Excel.
  • You must include a descriptive summary of the link you are providing. The title of the resource is not sufficient.
  • You must disclose if the link you share is your own work or a fantastic resource you found.
  • Users must be able to access the resource for free without signing up.

The comments section on this post is the only place you can self promote external links within Excel for ALL community, so get promoting and share your Excel knowledge today.

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With a private beta test underway of a new Excel Community - Excel for All, I thought it was time to test a post published directly from my blog.

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I was determined to complete my excel post yesterday but alas it didn’t get finished. I’m gunning to make progress on it, though now probably won’t be until Monday.

I have to look for some sample data to work with since all the stuff I was using was confidential.

Im looking forward to the article. For sample data I tend to use =RANDBETWEEN(Lower number, higher number)

Oh and I forgot to mention, you can post directly to the community from any steem interface using hive-102332 as your first tag. You dont have to link to it in this post (although you can if you want) as this post is for Excel resources not published to the block :-)

Thanks, I was browsing the site earlier I’m interested in poking around it more! I’ll give it a try when I post it up.

This one is for anyone who would like to try VBA. But hasn't had a chance yet.

https://steemit.com/hive-102332/@gikitiki/excel-how-to-open-the-vba-editor

Here's my VBA for a modified vlookup. (slightly different functionality compared to xlookup) I wrote it a while ago, but it's still fairly useful.

https://steemit.com/hive-102332/@gikitiki/xlookup-almost-has-everything-i-need

Nice work. I had a read of it. I really love how it returns an array :-)

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