Learn Excel 2010 – “=FORMULA TEXT() in Excel 2010”: Podcast #1691
Yesterday in Episode #1690, Bill looked at Totaling up hours in a schedule; originally, he wanted to show the formulas for that Podcast to the right of the work applied. Today, in Episode #1691, Bill tells us how the =FORMULATEXT Function in Excel 2013 works and then shows us how to create that same functionality for Excel 2010!
Another simple ‘Beginner Project’ for the aspiring Excel User looking to try a little VBA. Follow along, give it a try and see how you may apply the use of this simple Macro as you create and use your first Visual Basic for Applications Project in Excel 2010!
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