Archive for January, 2012
In the past here at Chandoo.org and at many many other sites, people have asked the question
“How can I display a number multiplied or divided by 10, 100, 1000, 1000000 etc, but still have the cell maintain the original number for use in subsequent calculations”.
Typically the answer has been limited to “It can’t be done” or “it can only be done in multiples of 1000”.
This post will show you how you can display numbers whilst Dividing or Multiplying the cells value by any Power of 10 !Continue »
It has been a while since we had an Excel Links feature. So here we go again. But before jumping in to all the Excel goodness, let me share a few tidbits about our Bangkok adventure.Continue »
Houston, We’ve Had a Problem!
In the initial emails requesting a solution to yesterday’s Formula Forensics, Chandoo’s solution, although Technically correct, Didn’t work ?
This post looks at the problem and what was wrong with the data causing the error.
Today in Formula Forensics we look at how to Calculate the Maximum value from a list subject to other fields meeting certain criteria:Continue »
This series of articles will give you an overview of how to manage spreadsheet risk. These articles are written by Myles Arnott from Excel Audit Part 1: An Introduction to managing spreadsheet risk Part 2: How companies can manage their spreadsheet risk Part 3: Excel’s auditing functions Part 4: Using external software packages to manage […]Continue »
A common Forum Post question and one that Chandoo has written about a few times is, Does my data overlap with another range?
This week Formula Forensics examines Pradhishnair’s Overlapping Chaninage Problem where he wants to know if two values overlap with a range of other valuesContinue »
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.
Read on for the remaining 5 updates…Continue »
Not that I have friggatriskaidekaphobia or anything. But since today is Friday & 13th, lets put our Excel skills to test and find out when the next Friday the 13th is going to be.Continue »
I am so happy to tell you that our VBA Classes are now open for your consideration. Click here to know more & join us.
What is this VBA Class?
VBA Class is a structured and comprehensive online training program for learning Microsoft Excel VBA (Macros). It is full of real world examples & useful theory.
The aim of VBA Classes is to make a beginner an expert in VBA.
Read on to understand the benefits of this program & how to sign-up.Continue »
Here is a quick Excel tip to kick start your week.
Sometimes, we want to enter same data in to several cells. You can use CTRL+Enter to do this in a snap.
(1) Select all the cells where you want to enter the same data.
(2) Type the data
(3) Press CTRL+Enter
See the animation aside to understand how this works.Continue »
I have 2 quick announcements & 1 Excel tip for you.
- Registrations for next batch of VBA Class start form January 11th (Wednesday). Please click here to download the course brochure.
- 20% Holiday discount on Excel School expires tonight (Midnight, Pacific Time). Please visit Excel School page and use the code LETSGOEXCEL to claim your discount.
Read on for a bonus Excel tip as well.Continue »
In the second installment on Excel Spreadsheet Risk Management, Myles takes a look at How companies can manage spreadsheet risk?.
He tells us, how we can set a formal governance framework to reduce or mitigate spreadsheet risk. Go ahead and read. And please tell us how your company manages spreadsheet risk in comments.Continue »
Here is something fun, personalized and delicious to start your new year. A Picture Calendar built in Excel!
Using this you can print a 12 month calendar with your own photos. Its fun to use, easy to set up and looks great. Read more to understand how this works & download the template.Continue »