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Templates for Excel Expert Link 
Ivette Lindsay 
2 months ago

I would like to know if you have templates for expert (1 - 11). I really enjoy your tutorials and wold like to follow along using templates that I can download.
Richard Rost    
2 months ago
Most of my Excel courses don't have spreadsheets because the point of the classes that you build the spreadsheet yourself instead of just looking at what I've built. You will retain information more that way. Plus none of the sheet we build in class are that complex (not like Access databases). What few classes do have spreadsheets can be found here: Student Excel Files.
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Excel open more than 10 files Link 
Eddy Geijselaers    
3 months ago
IKs there a setting tha  enables opening more then ten excel files at once from folder?
Richard Rost    
3 months ago
Well, I just went to File > Open > Browse and opened 11 of them. So... not sure exactly what you're asking.
Eddy Geijselaers   
3 months ago
Sorry about the spelling mistakes. I have cut a finger and typing with bandage.
In the file explorer I could only select 10 files and open them simultanious.

Funny story, microsoft helpdesk spend today about 2 hours on issues in Windows 10 and Office 365 (2019).
Outlook needed most of the time. Had to renew Windows 10 lisence and remove Office 2007 and Access 2010.
Allthough Office 2007 was removed while installing 365 some applications left traces.
Even Access 2010 conflict the Access 2019 version. At least at my PC.

Even my Access files which didn't open anymore are oening now without a message in Access 2019.

Sorry that I first consultat my specialist

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VBA Converter Pack for Excel Link 
Eddy Geijselaers    
3 months ago
Hello Richard,

My old Computers mainboard was getting deffect, so I had to buy I knew one (computer).
Recently I installed Office 2019..., guess you know what I gonna ask.
I still have old backups of Excel sheets with VBA code. For Office 2019 Microsoft has no VBA converter Pack (not yet anyway for the Netherlands) so the VBA code is deleted on opening in 2019. As one of your former students I have a backup of the original. Read More...
Richard Rost    
3 months ago
There's really not a lot you can do. I know there are third-party companies that have tools you can buy to extract the VBA from Excel workbooks. I've never used one myself, so I don't have one to recommend, but that's about the only advice I can give you.
Eddy Geijselaers   
3 months ago
Thanks Richard
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New Excel STOCKHISTORY Function Link 
Richard Rost     
4 months ago
Hey guys. Microsoft just added another new function to Excel called STOCKHISTORY. It allows you to grab the history of a specific stock and put it into your sheets. It's not that hard to use. Personally, I don't really play the Stock Market which is why you've seen very few lessons from me on the subject. Does anyone want me to put together a lesson on how to use this? Just trying to gauge the interest of my students.
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Number of Students per Month Link 
Ronald Ramsey   
5 months ago
put together a monthly report noting the number of students seen for service each month. I've tried to keep an accumulated total of special education students listed for the month and the year. I don't know how to maintain accurate figures. EX: Each month students received Gen Ed and Sp Ed in Gen Ed C3, Sp Ed E3. I want to accumulate total for C3 and E3 in C15 and E15. How do I accomplish this?
Richard Rost    
5 months ago
I'm not following, Ronald. Can you please be more specific?
Ronald Ramsey  
5 months ago
Yes. As a school social worker I needed to maintain records on the number of students I serviced and whether they were general education students or those in special education. I developed a spreadsheet to list the number of Gen Ed Students, let's say in E3 and the Sp Ed Students in, let's say G3. At the end of the month I needed to have the total number of Gen Ed Students seen that month, let's say the cumulative total was kept in E21 and the total number of Sp Ed Student for the month was tallied in G21.  I want each entry into E3 to be  automatically added to E21 and the same with G3. I was never able to figure out how to automate that process. As a result, I had to manually insert those monthly figures. I hope this helps. Thanks Rich
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