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We like to put our hands into a lot of things. We teach, consult, design presentations and develop VBA applications & websites.
On Friday 11 March 2011, a 9.0-magnitude undersea earthquake off the coast of Japan caused crippling damage to nuclear reactors at the Fukushima I and II Nuclear Power Plant in Ōkuma.
Steve Jobs would never be caught with an ugly slide during a MacWorld Expo! His presentation slides, like all Apple products. were always beautifully simple.
I came across this stock chart in the Kuala Lumpur’s edition of the Business Times while I was in Malaysia. The chart has an elegant treatment of dates. I have seen this sort of designs in many magazines and wanted an afternoon challenge to do this in Excel.
If you are someone who uses Microsoft Excel to generate statistics-based business reports, create forecasts or do a lot of routine Excel manipulations, this is why you need to know Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). It makes you work faster. Lots faster.
Traditional Microsoft Excel line charts have a common problem. It is hard to visually associate the data points with the horizontal axis.