Last Saturday our internet connection at home went off. I called the road runner folks hoping to getting it back up, but no luck. We were told to wait till Monday evening before the service personnel could restore the connectivity. Thankfully, we didnt feel all that bored and could spend lot of time talking to each other, playing cards, watching some old dvds, taking lengthy walks inside our apartment community and cooking great food.
What would you do on an internet free weekend?
Here is a list of very good excel articles I found during last week:
Rob found that you can actually create shapes using UDFs (user defined functions). So he used that to create a neat function for drawing incell spark lines. Very useful and simple. [Daily Dose of Excel]
If you have .edu email id then Microsoft Ultimate Steal deal is the way for buying MS Office 2007. You can save 91% off the usual price of Office 2007 Ultimate. [via Digital Inspiration]
My friend Jon provides a step by step guide to installing add-ins to MS Excel 2007, very useful if you are constantly downloading UDFs / Macros from web and experimenting with them
Another variation of retirement calculator. Whatever may the version you use, the message is simple: Start saving.
This is not exactly an excel tip, but useful to everyone who makes their living by telling stories, selling ideas.
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