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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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Charting Quickie !

July 2, 2014| No Comments

Hi Guys, How are you doing?

I have been away for a while, travelling! I was lucky to visit Eastern India, although for a training assignment but it was a very rich experience. Also I was in the midst of writing something interesting on financial modeling which I could not publish (but to be published soon) nonetheless I have a charting quickie for you folks… enjoy

Ctrl+1 Tip

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Making Interactive Slides !

June 24, 2014| 1 Comment

Do your slides elaborate more ?

Do they interact ?

Can they answer questions ?


Making Your Slides Interactive 1 You must consider reading this post if you want to make your presentations talk. Often the problem with most PowerPoint Presentations is that they don’t accompany the analyst or manager.

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What a Slide Master can do to your Presentation !

June 17, 2014| 3 Comments

Slide Master in Presentations 1

Before I begin.. let me ask you..

How many slides do you usually have in your presentation?

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Highlighting Max and Min Data Points in your Charts

June 14, 2014| 2 Comments

Highlight Max and Min data point in your charts

Hello People, I am sure most of us have the need to highlight special points in our charts.. lets say the maximum and minimum values..

Here is how you do it

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Credits for

June 14, 2014| 4 Comments

I have been “working” to create a blog for the past 8 months only to discard it as “not the need of  the hour” or put it on back burner every now and then. But yesterday at around 5:30 pm it went live.. Ohh yessss !!

It would be lot less just to name the people and my motivation behind this, so I’ll be a bit descriptive in my thank you notes

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