Dilbert on Excel, Spreadsheets and Cell C23


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Dilbert is my favorite cartoon (Calvin & Hobbes comes second). I like it so much that I have named this blog after Dilbert. So, today, as as ode to Dilbert and all things excel, we present you… Dilbert on Excel.

Boss with a spreadsheet


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C23 in a Bad Mood


Can I do that in Excel


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I have an excel formula

Financial Modeling on my own


NPV of Ant Milk!


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Manage by Spreadsheet


MBAs and Spreadsheets


Numbers Don’t Lie


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Go Track Yourself


Unprotected Spreadsheets


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Happy weekend folks. See you all next week with fresh new tips and tricks.

PS: All cartoons are copyrighted to Dilbert.com. Click on them to go to Dilbert.com.

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8 Responses to “Dilbert on Excel, Spreadsheets and Cell C23”

  1. Justin says:

    Great post! Thanks for the Friday afternoon laughs! "Boss with a Spreadsheet" is the best! The New Yorker has some great work cartoons also!

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  3. Jon Peltier says:

    You left my favorite one off the list:
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