You can spend a lot of time on design and formatting when you create dashboards in Excel. Discover 4 hidden tips that will make the process a lot easier.
Find out how you can generate UPC barcodes in Excel that work! I tested it with a scanner and the Excel barcodes could be scanned. The solution uses a combination of Excel VBA, formulas and conditional formatting.
Excel Calendar with Holidays and Appointments This week’s post is a special post because it comes directly from the super-brain of one of our XelPlus community members, Adam Weaver. Adam holds both a PMP certification (Project Management Professional) and an RMP certification
A Dashboard with 4 Strange Features (Excel Hash 2019) Welcome back to another edition of Excel Hash! Last year (that’s right, I said “last year”), myself and several other prominent Excel MVP online personalities participated in a challenge where we are given
Good Spreadsheet Design Principles There are “Dos” and “Don’ts” when creating Excel spreadsheets. These can be categorized into two main areas: Workbook Structure Visual Design of Excel Worksheets Putting into practice and making a habit of as many of the following principles
Reset Dependent Drop-down in Excel (with a tiny bit of VBA) Learn how to reset a dependent drop-down list in Excel with a little bit of VBA. The problem we get with dependent data validation lists is that when you change the value
This Excel Dependent Combo Box Solves an Annoying Problem (you've probably had this) In this tutorial you'll learn a lot about combo box drop-down lists in Excel: 1. How to create a combo box drop-down list 2. How to create a dependent
How to Create a Sales Funnel Chart in Excel (Not the "usual" Funnel) Excel 2016 has a built-in sales funnel graph, but what it doesn't have is a funnel chart that looks like a funnel. In this tutorial I show you how
What is #ExcelHash? It's the Iron Chef Tournament between 6 Excel MVP YouTubers. If you're serious about learning Excel, you've probably come across their videos: Mike Girvin from Excel is Fun; Bill Jelen from MrExcel; Mynda Treacy from MyOnlineTrainingHub; Jon Acampora from Excel Campus; Oz from
Smart Dependent Drop-Down Lists in Excel: Expandable & Excluding Blank Cells In situations where the contents of a drop-down list are frequently changing, it's helpful to have a dynamic drop-down list that can automatically expand, as well as exclude any blank cells