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Richard Roberts

Can assist you in most areas of Excel, have been working with it for about 15 years in many types of applications, but primarily in financial and accounting applications. I am a CPA and many client or client problems have necessitated the use of excel. I am not an expert in charting, macros, or pivot tables.

Philip Buckley

In Excel 2003 I can handle all basic questions such as how to copy and paste, all medium type questions such as pivot tables, and also am proficient in basic macros. I am also quickly learning 2007 where everything is pretty much the same but all in different places. Please be as detailed in writing your question as possible as that goes a long way in my ability to give the best answer possible.

Edward H. Mori

Expert with pivot tables, very good with many functions, excellent in report formatting. I don't do charts.

Jerry Beaucaire

Excel Formulas, macros, automation. Microsoft Excel MVP - 2010. Code site with free code snippets and techniques: http://sites.madrocketscientist.com/jerrybeaucaires-excelassistant/files

Jan Karel Pieterse

Excel and Excel/VBA questions



This expert requires a donation of $5 for questions answered (satisfaction guaranteed). Isn't $5 a value for this experts time?
Microsoft Excel questions related to advanced formulas, Pivot Tables, filters, forms, graphs, and just about anything else (EXCEPT Visual Basic Coding/Programming and Macros, I don't answer questions in those categories).

Adelaide carvalho

I will be able to answer any question on Excel and Visual Basic for Applications - class modules, recursive procedures and functions are my favourite


I can answer questions related to the following topics: 1. MS Excel - Creating and Linking Formulae, Running Pivot Tables, Vlookup etc. 2. Macros / VBA - Creating Macros to do specific jobs. Importing / Exporting / Validating Data in excel through Macros.


Expert programming macros or visual basic VBA that can help automate your Excel spreadsheets using VBA programming or macros to excel, forms and other procedures related to Macros. I also have an excellent command of Excel in almost its entirety, formulas, graphs, dynamic tables. In http://programarexcel.blogspot.com o www.programarexcel.com examples can download free excel macros programmed in VBA, macros can be downloaded and adapted to the project that you're doing to automate excel www.programarexcel.com

Aidan Heritage

I have provided first hand support since `95 for Microsoft Office majoring in Word and Excel - support for all versions from 2 onwards. I'm based in the UK, so please allow for time differences when asking me questions from other parts of the world!

Tom Ogilvy

Selected as an Excel MVP by Microsoft since 1999. Answering Excel questions in Allexperts since its inception in 2001. Able to answer questions on almost all aspects of Excel's internal capabilities. If seeking a VBA solution, please specify that in your question itself so I give you the answer you want. [Excel has weak protection - if you are distributing an application, I don't answer questions on how to protect your project from your users.]

Damon Ostrander

Maxed Out
I have extensive experience with VBA programming in Excel 5 through Excel 2013. As a former aerospace engineer with a large aerospace corporation and consultant in a small defense technology services company, I have developed a wide range of applications in VBA, including simulations involving mixed-language programming, satellite orbit mechanics, graphics and animation, and real-time applications. I am interested in moderate to hard VBA-related questions only.

Bob Umlas

Maxed Out
I`m a Microsoft Excel MVP (Most Valuable Professional) and have been since the inception of the program in 1995. I can answer every kind of Excel question except: API, Importing/exporting to other programs (powerpoint, word,...) Also check out my in-person training link at http://www.thumbtack.com/ny/new-york/excel-training/

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2017-01-17 Copying CSV file into Excel sheet:

RICHARD    To copy the entire sheet instead of painting the cells you want to copy, and then copying them,  Just click on the box at the intersection of row 1 and column  A and then perform the copy paste

2017-01-16 absolute references in structured references:

Bill,    As a test    =Database[[#Headers][Type]]  remained the same if I copied and pasted it to cells to the right  (or selected the cell for the formula and multiple cells to the right, entered the

2017-01-16 blank cells vba:

Dave,    If the cells are actually blank then     Range("A1:N50").specialcells(xlBlanks).Value = "X"    this is equivalent to selecting A1:N50, then hitting F5 to get the goto dialog, selecting special

2017-01-15 headers retain old values:

Bill:    s = "Parts to be ordered for PO #" & ActiveSheet.Range("C2").Text    builds a text string like this:   "Parts to be ordered for PO #1234"  which is assigned to the variable s.  (this assumes C2

2017-01-15 insert picture in print header:

Bill,    to the best of my knowledge, that is not supported.     1)  I can't do it manually  2)  The Object model doesn't appear to support it.     That assumes you don't want to export the picture from

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