Hey everyone, currently taking an excel class so I stumbled across this website looking for some answers for my struggles! But also using excel for my own personal use, Hopefully I can become more than just amateur with this program.
Hey everyone. I started a new job that requires a lot of Excel knowledge and I don't know as much as they need. So I found this website to help me figure out ways to complete my tasks and help me learn.
What's up, everybody? I have recently started a new job and while it is not extremely excel oriented, I want to enhance my skills so that I can eventually make my way into a more analytical position within this company. I just randomly came across this site, and I think it will be a huge help in getting my skills where they need to be.
Ive been a lurker for a few years now and have finally decided to make an appearance. Ive learnt so much from this site and and still learning!
I use Excel every day for work amongst other programmes and an always looking for tips and advice to be better.
I use excel daily and I have followed Chandoo and other excel specialists for some time now. Its been great and very helpful to have these posts.
I use all these to gain knowledge and helps me tailor the examples to my requirements.
I am learning more about Excel but still have a long way to go. I have built a number of projects from YouTube that have helped me at work. I continue to see more interesting things Excel can due so here I am.
I started studying Excel, since it was not Excel, but Lotus 1-2-3 (with a computer without HD, “only 5 1/4 floppy disk” and with a green monitor ...
I am always looking for the most efficient way to solve a problem (I remember a teacher who answered a question about the best way to learn Excel and he said: you must be lazy, everybody told! how can be that, teacher? Him completed: then you must learn well the construction of the formulas and so, you can sit and see Excel working for you), therefore I am always willing to do a little more research to find the best solution. And by joining this blog, I know I will have many excellent learning opportunities, I admire Chandoo's skills. I can see that many Excel experts are members of this amazing blog.
Thanks to everyone for being here to teach and share your knowledge.
Greetings comrades. I'm a longtime user of reddit.com/r/excel, and have often seen links to here. I created an account when I saw a question that I could contribute an answer to.
I guess my level of excel knowledge is somewhere between "intermediate" and "expert". My job is 100% excel from morning coffee to home time. I mostly use PowerPivot and PowerQuery, but more recently I've added a bit of VBA to the mix, which is very exciting to me.
I'm mainly looking to improve by reducing the demands that I place on my poor little computer, which quite frequently gets cooked by my powerpivot queries and measures.
Looking forward to chatting with y'all. Have a great monday!