Monthly Archives: February 2020

So many different ways. That’s #Excel!

Last week, I posted a video and blogpost in response to a challenge from Mr. Excel .  And this week, Mr. Excel has collected viewers’ solutions and post a video to summarize different techniques used for solving the same question.  … Continue reading

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Power Query Challenge from Mr Excel – Reshaping data

I really like Power Query (in both Excel and Power BI).  Honestly I do not know much about the M behind the scene (still learning it piece by piece).  Nevertheless, I’ve got the POWER simply through the User Interface of … Continue reading

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Compare two #Excel workbooks for changes

In about 5 years ago when I was still using Excel 2010, I wrote a post Compare two documents for changes – Word and maybe Excel.  Lukas left a comment: In the Inquire Add-In you have the option to compare … Continue reading

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What-If analysis in #Excel – Part 2

Basic of Two way Data Table This is an extension of the post What-If analysis in #Excel. If you do not know about Goal Seek or One-Way Data Table, you may read Start the new decade with Goal Seek in #Excel and What-If … Continue reading

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Wanna boost your #Excel Dashboard skill?

Is learning Excel Dashboard one of your 2020 resolutions? If so, then you’re in for a treat because today I’m excited to tell you about Microsoft Excel MVP, Mynda Treacy’s highly acclaimed <Excel Dashboard Webinars> are open for limited time! … Continue reading

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What-If analysis in #Excel

Basic of One way Data Table This is an extension of the post Start the new decade with Goal Seek in #Excel.   In that post, we talked about using Goal Seek to find the initiate savings required to obtain a … Continue reading

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