Tag: Excel VBA

Excel Resources

I recently discovered a website titled “Excel Off The Grid” while doing some research for one of our projects.  The post I read was well written, succinct, and the examples were easy to follow.  Although our application required a little more depth, the information presented would be more than sufficient for most people wanting to use the features as discussed.

As I often receive requests from web masters to post links to their Excel based sites, I am quite particular on those that make the list.  I will only feature web sites that I have learned to trust over time and the information provided serves a greater benefit to the Excel community.

After reviewing a number of posts on “Excel Off The Grid“, I found the information presented to be relevant, helpful, and some not readily found in your typical Excel books and distinguishes this site from others.

Excel Off The Grid is insightful and worth the time to learn a little more about the world’s most powerful spreadsheet application.

 

 

Until Next Time – STAY lean!
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Lean Execution – Excel Site Update

For those of you who are looking to expand your knowledge of Excel, improve your skills, or wish to develop an application in VBA, we have added Ron DeBruin’s web site to our Excel pageRon presents some very useful solutions to what could otherwise be some very difficult problems.  We trust you will find the link leads to some very practical solutions for Excel.

Collaboration and cooperation far outweigh the division created by competition.  In the words of the late Dr. W. Edwards Deming, “There is no substitute for knowledge.”  See it, Solve it, Share it.

Until Next Time – STAY lean!