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Today, I am not talking about Excel although I would like to. Why? Because my Surface Pro 4 is out of service… 😦 It has been out of order a few weeks ago… the moment when the warranty period was … Continue reading
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What an honour and pleasant surprise to be selected as one of the Top 40! Recently I am quite busy (and moody) at work, I mean the real work at office. You must be thinking my works involved using Excel … Continue reading
I am having an incentive trip in Osaka… not sure if this is due to my Excel skills. 😛 So let’s have fun this week. 🙂 What would you say if you were the interviewer? Leave it in comments. … Continue reading
Wanna have fun with your colleagues who get too serious in #Excel on April Fool? How about playing Hide and Seek? You may refer to my blogposts below for some ideas: Hide and Seek – #Excel Workbook Hide and Seek … Continue reading
Just a quick reminder that registration for the awesome Excel Dashboard and Power BI courses, by Mynda Treacy closes on Thursday February 15, 8pm in Los Angeles, to be exact. With demand for Data Visualization skills and Excel data analysis jobs … Continue reading
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Mynda Treacy’s popular Excel and Power BI Dashboard courses are back Dashboard reports, are no longer a buzz word, they’re a standard reporting tool for all kinds of industries and they’re an in-demand skill for Excel users everywhere. In fact, IBM project … Continue reading
Ho…Ho…Ho… Merry Christmas! Wish you and your beloved ones a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year of 2018! The above is made of #Excel of course… You may download a copy Seasons Greetings 2017 if you like it. 🙂
Can’t believe it is already December. Is learning Excel Dashboard one of your 2017 new year resolutions, that has not yet accomplished? If so, here’s a good news for you: Mynda Treacy’s popular FREE Excel Dashboard Webinars are opened for the … Continue reading
Did you experience the Power Voice for #Excel? Like this post if you did. 😛
If you have been following my blog for more than three months, you should have read this before. If you wonder why I am reposting it again and again, the answer is simple: it is awesome. You could learn awesome … Continue reading
Today, I celebrate wmfexcel.com (aka BeExcellence) reaching One Million views by… not going to work (because typhoon is hitting HK). 😉 Thank you very much for visiting my blog in the past. Every single visit and page view from you constitutes my … Continue reading
<Note: There is no Excel tip in this post.> 🙂 Multilingual?? Really?? Not exactly. The fact is I’ve just added a widget to the side bar on the right:
Hurry, Last Chance for Free Dashboard Webinars & Course Just a quick reminder that registration for the awesome Excel Dashboard and Power BI courses, by Mynda Treacy closes on Thursday July 13, 8pm in Los Angeles, to be exact. Learn … Continue reading
A lazy Sunday in summer… let’s have some Excel humor. 🙂
Well, I know. You may have read similar topics before in my blog. You are now seeing it again because the awesome Excel Dashboard Course by Mynda Treacy is now open. What’s more exciting? Mynda puts her popular courses “Excel … Continue reading
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This post is inspired by the previous post Excel Humor #9 – You do not see me Situation Suppose you are going to share an Excel workbook to your colleagues. However there is a worksheet with sensitive data that you don’t want them to … Continue reading