Tag Archives: Excel

Excel Memory Checking Tool: Using LAA to increase useable Excel memory

Most of us sooner or later get hit by one or more of the dreaded messages “Out of Memory” or “Excel cannot complete this task with available resources” or “Not enough System Resources/Memory to Display Completely” , regardless of how … Continue reading

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2016 Microsoft MVP Summit, Part 1

I was privileged to attend the 2016 Microsoft MVP Summit in Redmond November 6-10 along with many other Excel MVPs. We had some great sessions with the Excel and the Office Extensibility Product teams, and I have to say that … Continue reading

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Writing Efficient VBA UDFs Part 15: Adding Intellisense to your UDFs

For several years people have been asking the Excel Dev team to add the capability to create Intellisense for UDFs to work the same way as native Excel functions. Well, now Govert van Drimmelen, author of the wonderful Excel DNA, … Continue reading

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Special Offer for Excel Summit South

If you were thinking about joining us at Excel Summit South for what promises to be a great 2 days of Excel then register now to take advantage of a 10% discount offer. Just use coupon code LIMITED – the … Continue reading

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Excel Summit South: Auckland Sydney Melbourne March 2016

I have spent the last 2 years putting together this stellar line-up of speakers (Excel MVPs – the Excel Dev Team – External speakers) for a series of 2 day conferences in Australia and New Zealand in March 2016. This … Continue reading

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Writing Efficient VBA UDFs (Part13): MaxMinFair Resource Allocation – an array UDF example

Last year we got to spend a great day at Microsoft Research in Cambridge (UK). one presentation was about storage strategies and featured (amongst other stuff) an interesting algorithm called MaxMinFair. The MaxMinFair algorithm You can read about it here … Continue reading

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Excel Circular References: Calculation, Detection, Control and Removal

Circular references in Excel are generally bad news: They are slow to calculate They can be hard to detect An intentional circular reference can mask an unintended circular reference, They do not always converge The Status Bar always shows calculate … Continue reading

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