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  • Dueling Excel – “When Project Finished, Mark All Green”: – Podcast #1877
    Today in Duel 157, Mike and Bill look at completed project records. If any record for the project is marked Finished, highlight all records for that product in green. Bill and Mike try different methods, such as COUNTIFS, LOOKUP, and Conditional Formatting. Episode #1877 shows the methods – follow along! Although elusive, Array Formulas can be used(...)
  • Business Intelligence Bootcamp – April 22-24, 2014
    In case you missed it, on April 22-24, 2014 Bill “MrExcel” Jelen will be in Bentonville, Arkansas to meet up with Michael Alexander on put on a great Business Intelligence Boot Camp Seating is limited and it is coming down to the wire – check it out! Back
  • Learn Excel “=INFO(“Directory”) to find Path”: Podcast #1876
    Suppose that you want to use some VBA to save a file to the Desktop. But what is the real Path to the desktop? It is not C:\Desktop\. In today’s Episode #1876, Bill shows us an arcane Function “= INFO” to return the Path of the current Workbook. …This blog is the video podcast companion(...)
  • Learn Excel – “Launch Rockets with Excel (Rapid Prototyping)”: Podcast #1875
    Bill serves up an ‘Out of This World‘ treat today! In Episode #1875, NASA’s Steven Cox explains how he used Excel’s Shapes and Hyperlinks to Prototype a Rocket Launch System in Excel. For information on NASA Social visit the “NASA Social” website here.  To view more from the event, visit: NASASocial SpaceX3 Here Alloy Jared on(...)
  • Learn Excel – “MrExcel Review of Excel for iPad!”: Podcast #1874
    Something a little different today as Bill switches to the iPad for some Excel-lent entertainment and this is what he reports today in Episode #1874 “I am very impressed with Excel for the iPad. Today, a 20-minute deep dive into Excel for the iPad (Episode #1874) to see which features are supported and which are not.(...)