Are pivot tables a powerful secret weapon? Would James Bond use them to outwit the bad guys? Or maybe he planned all of his moves in Excel’s old flight simulator.
Are your nightmares filled with Excel files or creepy clowns? I’ll answer that question after I finish these three delicious plates of pasta. I might need a coffee break too. Oh, and a piece of gum.
How much Googling of Excel stuff do you do every day? Or are your days filled with menu analysis and pivot table muscles? And I’d love to see a TV script about Excel!
There are Excel books for dummies; should we have Excel messages for dummies too? That might reduce the number of #REF! errors. Or not. Oh, the horror!
With all the seductive whispering, X-rated workbooks, disturbing dreams and nerdgasms, this week’s collection of tweets might not be suitable for children. If you’re underage, or a sensitive type, perhaps you should play Pokeman Go instead.
Are your pivot tables mean? Are your Excel workbooks fact or fiction? Is it a real workday, if Excel is behaving nicely? These, and other important questions, in this week’s Excel tweets.
Do you ever have a roller coaster day with Excel? If so, are pivot tables usually involved? And I know it’s a typo, but “troublesheet” is my new favourite word.
Do your Excel charts look like the Batman logo? Or does your work look more like a $15 mouse, and it’s slowly killing you?
Even if you’ve been in love with Excel for a long time, does it still give you butterflies? Or have you moved on to Pokémon and Hamilton?