Official Launch of Excel Virtuoso

Dear Readers- I’m very excited to announce the official launch of Excel Virtuoso. This blog is dedicated to providing comprehensive guides, tips, and tricks to help professionals harness the full power of Microsoft Excel. As a business tool, nothing comes close to Excel in terms of pure flexibility and potential. With well-built spreadsheets, Excel can provide long term forecast, automate processes, and even provide business intelligence.

The goal of this blog is to provide resources to all users of Excel, whether a beginner or expert user. I’ve already added some great content to help get started. If you’re a beginner user, I’d suggest reading about how to navigate between Excel tabs using links, or how to initiate conditional formatting features. If you’re an advanced user, you can might enjoy posts on creating a custom listbox, or validating data.

Much of the blog will be set up in a series format, with groups of posts covering details around specific themes. I’ve already completed the first series providing an overview of Spreadsheet Design, which includes exercises at all levels to help build user friendly spreadsheets. Over the next few weeks, a series on VBA–Excel’s programming language–will help beginner to intermediate Excel users get comfortable with VBA. Check back in the coming days for posts that provide an absolute beginners guide to getting started with VBA. You can already read posts on opening and getting familiar with the VBA editor, and understanding the core concepts of VBA.

I want to keep the material on the blog as accessible as possible. I will not require subscription signups or fees for access to any of the exercise material. However, if you do find any of the material useful, it would be great if you could follow me on social media and share posts. Currently, Excel Virtuoso is on the following social networks:

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Thank you for visiting! If you have any suggestions, comments, or requests for topics, please contact me.

-Rob

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