Monthly Archives: December 2014

2014 in review

Originally I have no plan to post until 2015.  To my pleasant surprise, the WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.  So why not? Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas 2014

Christmas is all around.  Here’s a Christmas Card (made with Excel of course) for you! 🙂   ==>  ==>  ==>

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Average Trap 2 – Average the average

Why we cannot take the average of averages? Once upon a time, I was questioned with the above.  First thing on my mind: “Is it a test?”… So I answered the question carefully, as shown in the screen shot below:

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News sharing – ActiveX Controls Not Working?

IF you have no idea of what ActiveX Controls is or IF you don’t even have the Developer Tab on your ribbon, this post may not be relevant to your daily work with Excel; ELSE it is worth taking a … Continue reading

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Average Trap

What do you mean by “Average”? When the question “What is the average of…” is asked, the top of mind function could possibly be AVERAGE.  But did you know that AVERAGE function ignores text (including number stored as text), logical … Continue reading

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Feel justified with Fill Justify

Like majority of smartphone users, Excel users (know how to) use only a little portion of functionalities provided by the tool, even though we pay the full price for the tool… Fill Justify (on the editing group of the Home Tab) is … Continue reading

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