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DeaninGA

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So after several years of doing the impossible with Excel. I started a new job recently where my primary function will revolve around pulling in data (of all types) and turning it into something usable.

So I've collected a small library of resource material. My question is what ( Books, Resources, etc.) do you keep within arms reach at your desk? Peanut M&M's and 5 hour Energy already stocked for any ":ROFLMAO:Emergency:ROFLMAO:" that should occur .

Thank you in advance,
Dean
 

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Michael M

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No books.....I have learnt what keywords and phrases are the most relevent and plug 'em in to Google.
The world keeps changing and stuff I have in my favourite book of VBA has been superceded by different methods,
Have a look, for example, at any post by someone like Rick Rothstein and see how we code now compared to a few years ago.
I know the code was always there, but we seem to interpret and write differently.
 

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