The war with Excel continues. I’ve had a few battles with it, but never needed to use a sander! Now get back to making pie charts, and watching other people use Excel.
Working in Excel is a good excuse for not going out in the snow. Just make sure you have some coffee before you start doing the difficult stuff. And remember to close that shared file when you’re done with it!
Would you rather talk to your mom about Excel, or stand in the freezing rain? No matter which you choose, be careful that you don’t drag your pivot table off the edge of your monitor.
Has a frog ever saved you from an Excel file that was about to consume you? Or does Excel simply fix all your problems, while you listen to sea shanties?
Are Pivot Tables the magical genie of Excel? How many times will Excel crash today? Should you use lime green in your spreadsheets? If you had minored in Excel, you might know the answers to those questions.
Does Excel make you whine, or can it turn water into wine? If you’re not sure how to do that, ask one of the office dogs. Or, Google might know, if you can figure out how to ask.
Does Excel make you feel calm, or does it give you nightmares? Can it solve every problem, or is it a constant struggle? Does it give you a wave of pleasure, or feelings of deep shame? Answer when you’re ready.
Don’t feel stupid, and please stop crying. Google and YouTube will help you solve your Excel problems. But if that doesn’t work, just lie down, or go back to pen and paper.
Could a pie chart destroy the universe? Would you make a pivot table to earn a hot chocolate? These are stupid questions about Excel, so please don’t Google them.