Chandeep Chhabra

Become Unbelievably "Excel"lent !

Hi, My name is Chandeep!

Since 2013, I have been training, consulting and blogging to help people become quicker and smarter with Excel

Let me get you started by sending you smart ebooks on Excel and Powerpoint!

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Excel and PowerPoint Smart EBooks

November 26, 2015| 27 Comments

Free Excel and PowerPoint Ebooks

Today, 2 years ago I left my job to start Goodly. That wasn’t even the name when I started, infact there was no name for my business. All I had was skills with Excel and PowerPoint Presentations. It is only because of your support and love, I made it till here and I am poised to go even further from here to serve you better

To mark the 2nd year anniversary we have got to do something doubly special for you. In the last few weeks I have penned down 2 Smart Ebooks for you

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Best Formatting Practices for Building Business Projections

November 22, 2015| No Comments
Best Formatting Practises for Business Projections 1
One of the major applications of Excel is building Business Projections and lot of people do it in a lot of different ways. These projections can be prone to serious errors if created in a shoddy way!
Following robust formatting practices in projections enables easy detection of errors, neat and transparent look, easy to understand flow and calculations.
Enough padding to sell the importance of best formatting practices.. Now lets get started !
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Presentation Rework Series – 03

November 13, 2015| 5 Comments

Presentation Rework - Banner

Introduction to Presentation Rework

I have written and read many posts about making awesome presentations and surprisingly ALL of them (including mine) fail to make a “real impact”, the impact of changing a raw presentation and converting it into a beautiful, thought provoking and impactful display of information

Do you know why?

Because creating an awesome presentation is much more than

  1. Picking up a beautiful template and filling it up
  2. Dumping colors, fonts and pictures and expecting the presentation to come out great
  3. Knowing 100 + features of PowerPoint

So I wanted to do something different..

Rather than just writing piles of text on “How to stuff..” I thought of taking a random but real Presentation and reworking it to make it awesome

I will give you downloadable files (pre and post rework), videos and commentary about my thought process and more importantly the reason(s) behind why I chose something over the other. Hopefully this will give you insights on what works and more importantly what doesn’t

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Work on Multiple Sheets at Once

November 9, 2015| No Comments

Working on Multiple Excel Sheets

This trick really comes handy when you have to add data / edit multiple sheets at once. Let’s just take a look into this, it is quick and easy!

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Presentation Rework Series – 02

November 4, 2015| 4 Comments

HR Review Presentation - Presentation Rework Series 02

Introduction to Presentation Rework

I have written and read many posts about making awesome presentations and surprisingly ALL of them (including mine) fail to make a “real impact”, the impact of changing a raw presentation and converting it into a beautiful, thought provoking and impactful display of information

Do you know why?

Because creating an awesome presentation is much more than

  1. Picking up a beautiful template and filling it up
  2. Dumping colors, fonts and pictures and expecting the presentation to come out great
  3. Knowing 100 + features of PowerPoint

So I wanted to do something different..

Rather than just writing piles of text on “How to stuff..” I thought of taking a random but real Presentation and reworking it to make it awesome

I will give you downloadable files (pre and post rework), videos and commentary about my thought process and more importantly the reason(s) behind why I chose something over the other. Hopefully this will give you insights on what works and more importantly what doesn’t

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