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I do consulting and training on MS Excel, Business Intelligence Dashboards,
Business Plans / Financial Models and PowerPoint Presentations

I am putting together everything about Excel and PowerPoint Presentations
that I have learnt (and still learning) on this blog

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Excel Charts – A Beginners Guide (Free Course)

April 3, 2017| No Comments

Excel Charts Pic

Hello there lovely fellas!!

If you and I interact on the emails you know that a few days ago, I promised you a free course on Excel Chart. This course will teach you the basics of Creating, Editing and Formatting Charts in Excel

Here are some nifty details about this course!

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Flight Schedule Dashboard

March 22, 2017| 3 Comments

Flight Schedule Dashboard

Recently while browsing I found a list of flight information for one of the most popular Indian Airlines Company (Indigo Airlines)

I thought instead of dumping this in Excel, I certainly can do a much better job of visualizing this data and I came up with this Flight Schedule Dashboard

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Excel Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac

March 14, 2017| No Comments

Excel Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac Users

Recently, I found that there is a minority of our readers using a Mac and I don’t want those people to be left out. So after all this while I thought of writing about Excel Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac Users

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Excel Formula Crossword Puzzle

March 5, 2017| 5 Comments

Excel Formula Crossword

Inherently Excel is a quite boring topicI thought of making it a bit interesting by not positing yet another “How to” tutorial.

Let’s play a crossword puzzle! I am sure you already know how to do that but this time you have got to find the correct excel function depending on the clue

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Prevent user from deleting rows or columns in Excel

March 2, 2017| 5 Comments

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When you are creating a Dashboard or a Report, you may have felt the need to prevent the user from deleting either rows or columns

This is how it should work – When the user tries to delete a row/column, Excel should return an error or shouldn’t let that task happen

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