Power Outage & 99 Excel Tips to keep you Busy


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We have a major power outage in Ohio due to a wind storm on Sunday. AEP, Our electric provider says that power would be restored to my area by this Friday midnight, that is almost 6 days without power. I will not be able to blog regularly during this period.

So here is a list of 99 excel tips that are posted here in the past. Browse them and enjoy 🙂

I am planning to make another post or two during this week, otherwise regular broadcasting should resume next week.

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2 Responses to “Power Outage & 99 Excel Tips to keep you Busy”

  1. Chandoo,

    Thanks for posting all the excellent excel tips in one blog post. This has gone to my bookmark. I'll be playing around with all these tips soon.


    The Geek Stuff

  2. Frank says:

    Chandoo, I know what you are feeling, a few years back we had a severe power outage that lasted 2 weeks.

    I also wanted to say that what you are doing in just incredible; the information you provide (and others) has been great for my presentations.

    A question; how can I promote functional dashboards created in Excel to the Web, powerpoint, Sharepoint; etc.

    Thanks again.

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