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My heartiest Diwali wishes to all our readers.
The spirit of Diwali is to encourage people to spread joy, celebrate good things and throw away darkness (evil). These ideas are universal. So let me wish you a very happy Diwali.
Diwali, festival of lights, is celebrated in the month of October / November. It is one of my favorite festivals since childhood. A time when all family members get together, celebrate all the good in their life, laugh and light a few fire crackers (fire works).
This year, our kids (Nishanth & Nakshatra) too are excited about the festival. They are eager to light diyas (small lamps), watch the fire works and enjoy. Naturally I do not feel like opening Excel.
Sometime during my morning coffee, I thought “hey, why not create a small Diwali greeting using Excel?”
So here we go.Continue »
Hurricane Sandy has taken front seat in all major news channels, papers, websites even in far off places like India. I hope & pray that our readers in US East coast are safe.
Today, lets understand the journey of Hurricane Sandy in this animated chart, prepared by Chris from Excel365.Continue »
Formula Forensics is on Vacation.
Formula Forensics is actually on a working Holiday and has visited the Excel Hero Academy this week.
So today in Formula Forensics we will showcase some of the work that have been derived from the learning’s at the Excel Hero Academy.
Today we will learn an interesting animation technique that ONLY uses, … wait for it …, Excel Formulas. That is right, we will use simple formulas to animate values in Excel.
Intrigued? Confused? Interested?
First see a short demo of excel animation achieved using this technique.
Now read the rest of this post to learn more about this technique and download sample workbook.Continue »