Oct 30 2016

History of Microsoft Excel

  Recently I was reading what must be my favorite blog on Microsoft Excel, Contextures by Debra Dalgleish and I stumbled on a post she wrote a little over a year ago, covering the 30th anniversary of Microsoft Excel. So this got me thinking, what is the number of people who have worked in Microsoft Excel at the […]

May 2 2016

The Story of Excel

The Story of Excel Do you ever wonder whatever happened to Lotus 123 and other products that once seemed to rival Microsoft Excel? If you are new to Excel you are likely to be unaware of them, or the history of Excel. The story of Excel dates back to 1982 when its predecessor was called […]

Jun 29 2015

Get your free Microsoft Excel 2013 Mortgage Calculator (Amortization Table)

  If you are like many Americans you have at one time or another had the need to calculate mortgage payments. In the past these calculations were done on paper, using a calculator. But in recent years you have been given the option of doing them online or in a workbook such as Excel. Now […]

Feb 10 2015

Excel ? IF Statements, LOOKUPS & INDEX/MATCH. When to choose which one? – Part One.

This article will focus on the appropriate use of IF statements, and also show you when it’s better to move into more robust formulas like LOOKUP, VLOOKUP, HLOOKUP & INDEX/MATCH.   IF statements are one of the core formula models you can use in Excel, and they can be very powerful with regards to their […]

Jul 29 2009

Office 2010 Technical Preview

I was recently approved for the technical Preview of Office 2010. I just finished downloading and installing the new software on my laptop and plan on checking out the changes and posting screenshots in the next few days.

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