The Best of Pointy Haired Dilbert : September 2008
September has been by far the best month since I started this blog with 103k page views, 34 posts and 246 comments (great discussions everybody ). The RSS Subscribers have crossed the 1000 milestone last month and are steadily growing each day.
With so many posts and great discussions every month it may be difficult for you as a reader to keep track of the best of the articles. So from this month onwards Pointy Haired Dilbert will feature a monthly post on the best articles from last month.
- Extracting Initials from Names using Excel Formulas 33 Comments [September 02]
- Micro Charting in Excel – 7 Alternatives Reviewed 14 Comments [September 05]
- Building Sexy Dashboards using Excel – 4 Part tutorial 11 Comments [September 10]
- Petal Charts – Debatable Alternative to Radar Charts 12 Comments [September 18]
- Brilliant and Fun to Watch – Microsoft I am a PC ads 7 Comments [September 19]
- Fuzzy Searching in Excel – Handling Spelling Mistakes 6 Comments [September 25]
- Love & Sex – 10 Infographics that can WOW you 2 Comments [September 26]
- Cleaning up Phone Numbers Using Excel 3 Comments [September 30]
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