Integration and Automation with Microsoft’s VBA

Integration and Automation with Microsoft’s VBA   If you want to get the most out of your Microsoft desktop productivity tools, such as Excel, Access, and Microsoft’s Power BI you will need to maximize both integration and automation with Microsoft’s VBA. VBA is the glue that binds the various Microsoft Office applications, in addition to […]

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What You Might Not Know About Microsoft’s Vision

What You Might Not Know About Microsoft’s Vision It’s absolutely undeniable: Microsoft is a company of mammoth proportions. What You Might Not Know About Microsoft’s Vision is what Microsoft the powerhouse it is today. It’s a household name throughout the United States and even in the global marketplace. It is also how we at Excel […]

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Yes, We Work With Educational Institutions (Colleges)

Yes, we work with dozens of Educational Institutions (Colleges) across the country   Last week we received a phone call from a university that was looking for a professional Microsoft Excel consulting services firm to help them with their Microsoft Excel applications. They were specifically looking to hire an Excel consultancy that had experience working […]

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Meet Our Team: Jacob

Name: Jacob Hildebrand. Position: Premier Developer – Senior Excel, Access, SQL Server, Word, Outlook, VB.Net Developer Bio: Jacob is one of our most prolific, powerful programmers at Excel Consultant. He is one of the core members of our outstanding team, and for good reason. After attending Mesa Verde High School in Citrus Heights, California, Jacob […]

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Free Excel Help – Power Pivot Tables

Through Microsoft Excel’s 2010 PowerPivot (Power Pivot) service application you give meaning to your data recorded in your Microsoft Excel worksheets. With Excel’s PowerPivot you can stay connected as a group and get help in running your business smoothly and keep an eye on the progress throughout, no matter how much data you have.  Creating […]

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Free Excel Help – DVAR Function

The DVAR function is one of several database functions available in MS Excel. If you are not an Excel consultant, but rather a business users, you might be wondering how a Microsoft function in Excel is being called a database function when Microsoft Excel is only a worksheet and not an actual database, such as […]

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