Announcing “Your Week” @ PHD

Posted on May 8th, 2009 in blogging , Learn Excel - 5 comments

Your week at PHD - from May 11 to 15That is right. Next week is your week on this blog. I will post content that is shared by you. So go ahead and share your tips and tricks with us.

It is a great way to interact with the community at PHD and give a little back. I didnt know cell from pivot in 2006, but when I started blogging, just by sharing the little I know I ended up learning a lot. It is such a joyful experience and I want you to feel it too.

How can you share your tips?

We have set up a google web form to capture all your tips: click here to submit your tips for your week at PHD

Alternatively you can comment on this post with your tip, or email me at chandoo . d@ gmail.com with your tip.

Make sure you indicate your name, email, website / blog url and the tip in the email.

What are the themes around which you can submit the tips?

You can submit tips on,

  • Excel formulas
  • Excel Charting
  • Shortcuts and Productivity
  • Formatting, Printing etc.
  • Using Excel – Rest of the stuff

What happens to the submitted tips?

Next week (between 11th and 15th May) everyday I will share all the tips submitted by you with the entire community at PHD. That is almost 5000 people (3500 using RSS and another 1500 regulars at website) waiting to read what you have got to say.

Go!

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