Budget Scenarios+ more Excel tips

Excel Weekly News from Contextures October 14, 2014

In this week's Excel news, you'll see how to create a budget with multiple scenarios, and much more. Thank you for reading the Excel news, and I hope that you are enjoying the Excel articles. If you have suggestions for future topics, please let me know.

 -  Debra -  ddalgleish@contextures.com

Dashboard Course

Mynda Treacy's Excel Dashboard course is open for registration, and you can save 20% if you sign up by this Thursday, October 16th. 

I highly recommend this online course, which has excellent content, and great student support from Mynda.  Her new Power Pivot course is available too, and you can get both courses in a bundle. I'm going through her Power Pivot course right now, and it's a great way to get started with this powerful Excel feature.

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Advanced Filter Problem in Excel 2013

Last week, I ran into a strange problem, while working on a simple Advanced Filter macro in Excel 2013. Sometimes the macro ran correctly, and at other times it showed an error message, for no apparent reason. After much trial and error, I finally solved the problem, and it all depended on which cell was selected. Excel can be a little frustrating at times!

Click here to see the details: Advanced Filter Problem in Excel 2013

Pivot Table Intro and Resources

Whether you're just getting started with pivot tables, or looking for advanced tips, you'll find something interesting in the articles that I've published on Jon Peltier's Excel charting website.

Click here to see the details: Pivot Table Intro and Resources

More Excel Tips

Here are a few of the Excel articles that I read recently, that you might find useful:

Excel Announcements

Here are some upcoming events, courses, recently published books, and other new items, related to Excel:

Video: Store and Show Multiple Scenarios

With Excel Scenarios, you can store different sets of values (up to 32 cells) in a workbook. Then, without any programming, you can switch between the saved values. In this example, we store budget projections for two departments. View and print one department's budget, and then switch to the other department, all in the same cells.

A Very Fancy Dress

It's nice to do something different, after working in Excel all day, and recently I've been sewing. My project was a fancy dress for my granddaughter's Barbie doll, and it's finally finished. It's loosely modelled on Elsa's dress from the Frozen movie -- every 4-year-old girl's favourite. I hope you have some creative, non-Excel, hobbies too!


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