Convert a Data Table from Cross-tab to Tabular Format

Cross-tab format is great for summarizing data, but not so great for working with it. Today’s post provides an overview of a VBA procedure that converts data from cross-tab to tabular format.

Series Overview: Tips and Tricks with VBA Classes

In their simplest form, VBA classes can create basic objects. By diving into advanced concepts, classes introduce some common features present in traditional object oriented programming languages. Overview This is the fourteenth and final post of the Tips and Tricks with VBA Classes series. This post acts as a summary …

Using Methods and Properties within a Collection Class

The VBA collection class provides a framework to support basic object structures. While its most common use a collection class to manage groups of custom objects, including new properties and methods permits extraction of key aggregate data points for the entire collection. Overview This is the eight post in the …

Free Excel Template: Employee Timesheet

We’re releasing another free item in the Excel Virtuoso Portfolio. This item is a basic excel based employee timesheet template, useful for small businesses or volunteer organizations. With a user friendly interface and simple navigation, employees can keep an accurate count of hours worked each day.

Building a Custom Listbox in Excel with Formulas

As discussed in previous posts, separating users from raw datasets is a cornerstone of excellent spreadsheet design. Today’s post provides a non-VBA solution to displaying data to users through a dynamic custom listbox.

Data Validation with Excel’s Built-In Data Validation Tools

Many developers will admit that when it comes to creating a user friendly application, more effort is often committed to controlling user inputs than actual functionality and design. Excel’s data validation tools allow you to easily deploy validation features on any spreadsheet project.

Data Management in Excel

Part 2 the Spreadsheet Design series will focus on Data Management, an often overlooked component of any large Excel project. This may well be because Excel is not meant to manage data; its primary purpose is to display data or derive analysis off of it.