Hello my friend,
I have a few quick updates to start the week. Just read on to keep up.
Excel VBA section of Chandoo.org
During last few weeks, I have spent several hours organizing all the VBA material on Chandoo.org. I am happy to announce our brand to Excel VBA area of the site.
Improved Chandoo.org Homepage
One of my goals for 2012 is to improve the navigability of Chandoo.org so that new visitors & regulars can become awesome in Excel faster. As the first step in this direction, I have added a welcome navigation area to our home page. You can see it in action on our home page.
Nested Comments on Chandoo.org
During last week, finally I have learned enough PHP to enable nested comments on our site. Now, you can reply to anyone comments and they would look the way they are supposed to.
Excel Pivot Tables Page
Ok, this is available for a while. But not many of you know. So here we go. You can find a ton of useful information, tips, examples & downloads on our Excel Pivot Tables page.
Join our VBA Classes
As you may know, we have opened registrations for our VBA classes last week. More than 190 people have joined already and as you read this, they are becoming awesome in Excel & VBA. If you are looking for a step-by-step guide to Excel VBA, please consider joining our classes.
Relocating to Bangkok, Thailand Temporarily
Ok, this is more of personal news. We (Jo, kids & I) are moving to Bangkok for a few months. We have been living in Vizag (India) for almost 2 years now and wanted a change of scene. We barely traveled in last few years because our kids were too young. So we are really excited to visit Bangkok and spend a few months exploring Thailand, learning a few new things and relaxing.
It is unlikely that I will be able to write any new Excel stuff this week. So I have scheduled a few posts to keep you busy. I am hoping to settle down & get net connection by this weekend so that I can resume our Excel journey next week.
Until then, I wish you awesome time in Excel & work.
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