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Easily create QR Codes in Word

G16th May 2018 

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Did you know that it is possible to generate fully-functional QR codes in Microsoft Word using mail merge without the need for third-party plugins?

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Add comments to Excel formulae

G29th September 2016 

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Are your Excel formulas getting out of control? Here’s an easy method to insert comments, so that you can keep track of what’s what.

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Duplicate Excel cells multiple times

G13th April 2016 

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Use this Visual Basic script in Microsoft Excel to duplicate cells a specified number of times.

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RGB to HEX in Excel

G24th March 2016 

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Use Microsoft Excel to convert Red-Green-Blue (RGB) values into hexadecimal colour codes and display the relevant colour graphically beside each output.

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Rearrange Excel columns via Visual Basic

G16th March 2016 

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A simple VBA script for rearranging the order of columns in an Excel spreadsheet.

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VBA: Convert text to columns for all worksheets in Excel

G26th November 2015 

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A small Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) script which will loop through all sheets in an Excel workbook and convert text to columns.

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Combine multiple CSVs into one XLSX via PowerShell

G25th November 2015 

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A convenient PowerShell script that will detect all of the CSV files in a directory and merge them into a single XLSX file. Each CSV becomes a worksheet in the XLSX.

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VBA: Delete all Excel columns except those named

G16th September 2015 

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Use this simple VBA script to delete all columns in a worksheet except those that are specifically named.

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VBA: Create a list of all external data references in Excel

G15th September 2015 

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Use this simple Visual Basic for Applications script to list every external link within an Excel workbook.

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VBA: List all formulae in an Excel workbook

G2nd July 2015 

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Described is a convenient method for using VBA scripts to extract every formula from a Microsoft Excel workbook and create a list of them in a separate sheet for later reference or backup.

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