Earlier today I put together a video for my Excel Application Development students on how to spice up their boring old spreadsheet applications.
Hello everyone, and welcome to Black Ink Training. We are in the process of developing our online material for a number of applications, but we’ll be focusing on Excel and using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) first.
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A lot of people complain that you can’t work with more than 1 million rows of data in Microsoft Excel. Well, now you can!
Using the Power Pivot plug in in Excel 2013 or the fully integrated Power Pivot tab in Excel 2016, Excel now has a powerful database infrastructure that easily handles many millions of rows stores inside the Data Model portion of the file. Your only limits are really just the amount of RAM and speed of your processor.