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Resources For MS Excel  
Sample formulas, functions, macros, VBA codes, and some more general information on Excel.
Submitted: Aug 20, 2004
Sam's Home Page  
Freeware and Shareware Programs for Microsoft Excel
Submitted: Aug 16, 2001
Excel File Format  
BIFF (BInary File Format) is the file format in which Excel documents are saved on disk. A BIFF file is a complete description of an Excel document.
Submitted: Sep 07, 1999
Business Functions  
Excel Function Library with up to 370 functions written in C++ for business planning, analysis and appraisal. Strong points include accurate date arithmetic, help file, spreadsheet examples and a thought through projections methodology. Free 60-function Basic Edition and free Runtime.
Submitted: Jun 09, 2003
Nerdy Books' MS Office 2000 Tips and Tricks and Windows Keyboard Shortcuts  
You want Microsoft Excel 2000 tips... here they are! NerdyBooks.com has 500+ useful and time saving Microsoft Excel --as well as MS Word, PowerPoint & Windows Me-- tips, tricks & keyboard shortcuts, many rare and/or undocumented.
Submitted: Jan 04, 2001
Excel Links  
OzGrid links to related Online Excel resources, one of the most comprehensive on the Web.
PC Magazine  
FAQs and Tips page of the PCLab magazine, regarding spreadsheets.
Submitted: Sep 07, 1999
EXCEL Introduction  
Microsoft (MS) Excel is a powerful spreadsheet that is easy to use and allows you to store, manipulate, analyze, and visualize data.
Submitted: Aug 26, 1999
Rounding And Precision In Excel  
This article describes the common causes of apparent numeric errors in Excel: actual versus displayed values, and approximation of rational numbers in IEEE double precision floating point variables. The IEEE format is described at the bit level. You can download this article as either a Word97 or RTF file.
Submitted: Sep 07, 1999
Event Procedures  
This article describes the Event Model in Excel97, and how to program event procedures to automate certain tasks in your workbooks. This article assumes that you already have a working knowledge of Excel, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), and the Excel Object Model.
Submitted: Sep 07, 1999
Excel Forums  
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Submitted: Aug 16, 2001
Describe your New Spreadsheet logically  
The ACBA Spreadsheet Design Facility provides a free on line methodology for describing the specification for a new spreadsheet in detail. One of its particular advantages is that you do not have to complete the specification at one sitting. This allows you time to think about the implications of any individual specification requirement before committing to it in writing (or in this case on-lne).
Submitted: Oct 26, 2006

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