Excel Links of the Week [Jan 12]
Everyweek PHD shares some of the Excel links to help you learn better and become productive at using Excel. This weeks edition will help you with printing, creating named ranges, finding excel version.
Check your Excel Version using VBA
Often you might need to check which version of Excel user is running to avoid compatibility issues. Here is a VBA script that will do the task for you
How to print an excel sheet in one page?
Here is a very simple printing trick to get your excel sheet printed on one page
Excel Tutorial : Naming a range
JP offers a very good tutorial on creating named ranges in Excel.
Why you cannot open two excel files with same name
Microsoft Excel Team blog answers this question in one line:
“calculation ambiguity with linked cells. If you had a cell ='[Book1.xlsx]Sheet1′!$G$33 and you had two books named “Book1” open, there’s no way to tell which one you mean”
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2 Responses to “Excel Links of the Week [Jan 12]”
Thank you Chandoo, and I have more tutorial posts on the way, about 10 in all. Plus I'm excited about a new Excel add-in I'm working on, and several other blog posts are also in the works.
@JP.. That is good to know. Tell us more about your add-in once it is ready. I am sure many readers will like it.