Eric is Home

I promised to let you know how Eric has been doing. A lot has happened in the past week, but the most significant thing is that Eric was discharged from the hospital. He arrived home late Tuesday evening, without the need to go to an extended care facility.

Eric is still on oxygen, and he is quite weak, especially in his legs. That made it challenging to get him from the car and into his house with some steps and Wyoming snow in the way. We anticipate that with some exercise and therapy, his strength will return. As to the oxygen, we don't know how long he will need that. He has a whole set of appointments with doctors, testers, and specialists coming up in the near future.

With the treatments, appointments, and weakness, we don't know when (or even if) Eric will be able to return to work. I know that he is anxious to see what changes the diagnosis (ANCA Vasculitis) will thrust into his life, long term, but that is something that only time will tell. It is going to be a long haul, and it will mean changes for Eric and his entire family.

Even so, we all have great hopes for the future! Anyone who would like to see past updates about Eric and his travails can do so at this page:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/our-turn-to-help-eric

Now for something different... This past week I sent out a message letting you know that right now I am accepting students into my PivotTables for the Faint of Heart course. If you register for the course you can discover in a hands-on way how to use PivotTables, slicers, timelines, and PivotCharts to help analyze your data in ways you never knew you could.

This course is jam-packed with information you can put to use right away. Full information can be found here:

https://usingoffice.com/pivottables/

Plus, right now (through this coming Wednesday) you can register for the class at 25% off the regular price. This is a great and economical way to expand your use of Excel. I hope you'll take the chance to check it out.

—Allen
     

ExcelTips (menu) for 3 December 2022

Auditing
Tracing Precedent Cells

Cells that affect another cell are called precedent cells. If you need to know which cells affect a particular cell, Excel provides some great auditing tools you need to discover.

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Macros extend Excel
Showing RGB Colors in a Cell

Excel allows you to specify the RGB (red, green, and blue) value for any color used in a cell. Here's a quick way to see the effects of different RGB values.

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Lookup Exactly the Data You Want

Excel's lookup functions are easily the most powerful worksheet functions you can use. Master these seven functions you'll never again view a worksheet full of data in the same way. The power these functions provide you is anything but small. Take your first step today!

 
Charts and charting
Dynamic Data Based on Chart Changes

Change the data on which a chart is based and Excel obligingly updates the chart to reflect the change. What if you want to reverse where you do the changes and, instead, update the chart and have it update the underlying data? Here's what you can do.

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Powerful spreadsheets
Putting Headers and Footers On Multiple Worksheets

You can easily create headers and footers for multiple worksheets by working with a selection set of the worksheets you want to affect. Here's how the process works.

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