We are Excel users and developers and are looking to spread the word about how some fancy tricks in Microsoft Excel (VBA Functions, automation) and a few power user procedures Microsoft Access can improve your work performance, take a load off your mind, fingers and eyes and turn nightmares into dreams with the click of a mouse.
We will have lessons and discussion about solutions. It's a great way to network with other data professionals and learn how to use some of the advanced functions.
We will be discussing how Excel proficiency fits in with career paths -- there are a great many users and a great many possibilities.
This month we will have another virtual, on-line, worldwide meetup, teaming up with our sister meetup, the MS-Access/SQL Server Users' Group (https://www.meetup.com/Berkeley-Access-Database-Users-Group). We will start a bit earlier than our in-person meetups, to accomodate people from other time zones.
Finding and getting to our meetup place is easy and quick -- once you RSVP "Yes", you will see a link to the zoom meeting.
This monthy I am pleased to present bob Umlas, who will leading a session on little-known Excel tips & tricks!
"...the topics are all tips & tricks, and a potpourri of them, many of which are unknown even to many of the other MVPs. ..... Shortcuts, things one likely didn't know (like how to copy a page setup from one sheet to another), tricks with the format painter, and on and on -- I have about 75 unusual tips & tricks, many from my book 'This isn't Excel, it's Magic '"
If we have time, I (Dan) may also demonstrate how to use the MS-SQL debugger.
And as usual, we invite you to bring an Excel, MS-Access, or SQL Server example to share with us, whether it's a problem that you'd like us to all try to solve together, or a clever technique that you'd like to show us. Now, instead of a projector, you can share your screen during the zoom meeting for all to see.
Parking is free :)
We're looking forward to seeing you there!