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Quick tips from PC magazine!
Here’s another game made in Excel: Excelda!
And here is an article talking about the game and it also has a link where you can download it.
Now this is pretty creative. This goes to show you how powerful Excel and it’s programming language (VBA) are.
2048: You need to combine tiles to eventually get one that equals 2048
Candy Number Crunch Saga: Not like the similarly named game, but instead a stock trading simulator
Monopoly: The classic game, in Excel
3D Maze: For those days when you feel mired in the rate race
Arena.xlsm: Dungeons & Dragons game
Writer’s Block: Scrabble meets battelship
You can check them out here: http://mashable.com/2014/08/27/microsoft-excel-games/
I wanted to share this short article talking about three Excel functions that will help you at work.
I was surprised that Conditional Formatting was there and that I did write a lesson on that very topic. The CountIF, AverageIF and all the other conditional functions are super useful to extract information from unorganized data. Paste Special I use every day and I haven’t really covered that in depth. However, I’m not sure there’s enough material to warrant an entire lesson on it.
Here is the article: 3 Microsoft Excel Functions Certain To Make Your Company More Productive