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Excel Weekly News from Contextures July 7, 2012
Plan meals in Excel, make an arrow chart, enter the data visualization contest and other tips, in this week's Excel news from Contextures.- Debra email@example.com
Excel in the Kitchen
It's summer here in Canada, and usually too hot to think about cooking. You can let Excel do some of the work for you!
Download my Excel weekly meal planner, and select some cool, casual meals. The workbook will create a shopping list, and Jimmy Pena has added a recipe selector, so you can hunt for meal ideas on the web.
Find the details and links here: Excel Weekly Meal Planner
Use Pinterest to Collect Excel Tips
Pinterest isn't just for weddings ideas and pictures of cute kittens. You can use it collect screen shots of your favourite Excel tips there too, so they're easy to find later.
And if you're (p)interested, you can follow my Excel Tips Board.
Click here to read my blog article: Use Pinterest to Collect Excel Tips
Visualize Excel Salary Data [Contest]
Chandoo recently ran an Excel salary survey on his blog, and now he's holding a contest, to see who can do the best job in analyzing the data, using Excel charts.
"Analyze more than 1900 survey responses & present your results in a stunning fashion, and you could walk away with an XBOX 360 + Kinect Sports Bundle (valued at $299)."
The entry deadline is Friday, July 6th, so visit his blog to read the instructions and get started: Visualize Excel Salary Data [Contest]
How to Make Arrow Charts in Excel
If you're looking for a way to show the change in values, Jon Peltier just posted instructions for making an Arrow Chart in Excel. The arrow colours and pointers give a strong visual image of how things are going.
Click here to see the instructions: How to Make Arrow Charts in Excel
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