Excel Roundup 20150209

Microsoft announced that Office for Windows 10 Preview is now available for download, and they’re working on Office 2016

You see the preview in this video, and the Excel demo starts around the 1:00 mark.

Or watch on YouTube: First Look at Office for Windows 10

Contextures Posts

Here’s what I posted recently:

  • For a humorous peek at what other people are saying about spreadsheets, read the latest collection of Excel tweets, on my Excel Theatre blog.

Other Excel Articles

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

  • To clean up data, Steve Chase uses the TRIM function, and he likes to call the Fill Handle  the “hockey puck”. That’s a new one!

Excel Announcements

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

Excel Book

  • Excel MVP, Bernard Liengme, has just published his latest book, Modelling Physics with Microsoft Excel
    • “This book demonstrates some of the ways in which Microsoft Excel may be used to solve numerical problems in the field of physics…This book shows Excel in action in various areas within physics. Some Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) has been introduced, the purpose here is to show how the power of Excel can be greatly extended and hopefully to whet the appetite of a few readers to get familiar with the power of VBA.”

Excel Summit

  • Amsterdam Excel Summit, April 13-15, 2015. Mark your calendar for April 13-15, so you can attend this amazing Excel event. Last year’s summit was an outstanding success, and registration will open soon, for this year’s event. Registration is now open, and you can click here to register.

Share Your Events and Articles

If you read or wrote any other interesting Excel articles recently, or have upcoming Excel events, please let me know. Thanks!

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1 Response

  1. Fida Muhammad says:

    Can u help me!
    if yes then my question is:
    in a sheet there are 4 students who got score like this:
    ColA ColB
    Score Rank
    10 1
    9 2
    10 1
    4 3
    is there any way to rank the student like explain above.
    Thanks

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