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Understanding Recursion

1 April 2021

Given the recent breakthroughs with LET


Unhide Multiple Sheets

30 March 2021

Talk about stirring up a hornet’s nest! After a gazillion years of asking Microsoft to do this, finally, the software giant has made Excel users lives just a little easier with the ability to unhide multiple hidden sheets at the same time.


Show Changes Shows its Hand

20 March 2021

If you have grown up with Excel, you may have become mentally scarred over the years with Excel’s past (in)ability to share workbooks. Recently, Microsoft has revamped this in line with its priorities to emphasise accessibility and collaboration.


Convert Word Documents to PowerPoint Presentations

20 March 2021

What!? Not Excel or Power BI!? I have to mention this piece of news, because this – if it works (caveat, caveat) – will be brilliant. With Office Insiders, you can now transform Word documents into PowerPoint presentations.


March 2021 Updates for Power BI

4 March 2021

Latest updates from the world of Power BI.


Conditional Formatting Improvements in Excel

4 March 2021

Conditional formatting has just got better in Excel for Windows. If you're a Microsoft 365 subscriber, the dialog boxes are now resizeable, so that you may view more rules at one time.


Power Fx

3 March 2021

Microsoft Power Fx has been announced as “…the newest member of the Microsoft Power Platform family…”. It is the low code language for expressing logic across the Microsoft Power Platform.


100th Newsletter

1 March 2021

We did it! 964 articles, 697 keyboard shortcuts, 47 readers’ questions answered and a total of 2,040 pages, detailing all things Excel, financial modelling and Power BI. Our humble little monthly newsletter has become a centurion.


February 2021 Updates for Power BI

24 February 2021

They’ve been on hiatus, but they’re now back with a vengeance! The raft of Power BI updates returns...


Office 2021 Coming Soon

22 February 2021

Microsoft has recently announced two new versions of Office 2021 (not Office 2022, as previously thought): a consumer Office 2021 version and Office Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) for commercial customers.


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