There’s no particular reason why you should listen to my views on how to keep to New Year’s resolutions. This quick blogpost is just to share a few thoughts. Excel is involved, obviously.Continue reading “Tracking resolutions throughout the year (with Excel, obviously)”
I have the visual sense of a blind goat, but over the years I have picked up a number of Excel design tips which I apply to any spreadsheet that someone else has to look at.
This post sets out ten areas which you can look at to make your spreadsheets cleaner and more professional.
I’ve written this post on the assumption that you are reading spreadsheets online, but most of these Excel design tips also work for printed documents.
1. Turn off Gridlines
The first tip is the easiest – turn off gridlines. Gridlines are the lines marking the rows and columns.Continue reading “Excel design tips for non-designers”
Have Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) ever featured so much in our news bulletins? As a nation we are suddenly poring over death and testing rates and graphs as never before.
Our new-found love of stats highlights six lessons I’ve learned over the years from producing board reports and analysis.Continue reading “Coronavirus and Key Performance Indicators”