Monthly Archives: July 2013

xllutility

I’ve updated https://xllutility.codeplex.com. These are tools I use to test my spreadsheets and diagnose problems. I use them so often I forget not everyone knows about this. Had a client recently in denial about a third party add-in. HUEY.RUN and … Continue reading

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The Eighth Wonder of the World.

Okay. Maybe I’m exaggerating. I’m the last guy in the world to cast aspersions or proselytize when it comes to programming languages. I spent three years at Morgan Stanley writing A+ code and still think that was the most expressive … Continue reading

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Add-in Manager

You can always load an xll using File>Open… which then calls xlAutoOpen, but Excel has a mechanism for loading an xll every time you run it. In Excel 2003 and earlier Tools>Add-Ins… will get you to the Add-in Manager dialog. … Continue reading

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