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He lives in Akron, Ohio. Bill Jelenis the host of MrExcel.com and the author of 18 books on Microsoft Excel, including "Special Edition Using Excel 2007," "Pivot Table Data Crunching," "VBA & Macros for Microsoft Excel," "Excel for Marketing Managers," and "Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel," He has made more than 60 guest appearances on "TechTV"with Leo Laporte and was voted guest of the year on the "Computer America"radio show.

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Here he's profiled just after making his first film. Albert Brooks’ second album, A Star is Bought, is the best comedy record most of you have probably never heart. It was never released on CD and it’s not available on ITunes. And that’s a shame because the record—which was made in collaboration with Harry Shearer—is one of the finest comedy albums ever made. Never mind that it was nominated for a Grammy or that it was in many ways a precursor to faux-documentary style of This Is Spinal Tap, it Albert in top form. According to Paul Slansky, who wrote “Everybody Should Have an Albert” for The Village Voice in March 1979, Brooks owns the rights to A Star is Bought, he just isn’t motivated to re-release it. C'mon, Albert: Please. He knows funny when he sees it, which is why he was a beautiful fit to write about Albert. So whatever happened to Albert Brooks? DIY. Duplicate Bookmark Remover. Web Programming Forums. Woodworking. EDU. Make every user a power Excel user with dynamic conditional row banding.

Combine data validation and conditional formatting to implement an easy-to-use dynamic banding option for your users.

Make every user a power Excel user with dynamic conditional row banding

Thanks to conditional formatting, you can apply several banding schemes to your Excel worksheets, and we've discussed several of them already. One possibility we haven't reviewed, however, is using data to determine which rows are banded. Throw in a little data validation and you can let users band (or shade) specific rows by simply choosing an item from a list. To illustrate this technique, we'll use data validation to display category values. When the user chooses a category, conditional formatting will shade records for the selected category. Steps Implementing this banding scheme is easier than you might think. Step One First, create a unique list of category values, as follows: Select the list of values.

Step Two Now you're ready to build the validation list to make the whole process easy and intuitive for the user: Step Three Select the data range. Create a dynamic Excel chart and make your own dashboard. A dynamic chart reuses the same chart object to chart different source values.

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  1. clotheswasher Jan 31 2012
    Thanks, this is such a cool concept. I wish there was an Android app though! :)