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JamesKM

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Some of the questions posted to the board are very simple, such that even with my minimal knowledge I feel I may be able to help. Can anyone reply to messages or is it for the Moderators only?

Great improvement in speed.

James
This message was edited by JamesKM on 2002-10-04 10:25
 

PaddyD

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the whole point of a community like this is that everyone pitches in! See a question you think you can answer - post away. See one you're not sure about, post away again - you might be right, and even if not maybe someone can help clear things up.

Given that no one was born knowing how excel works, the only way to really learn is to try it, and a good way to try it is to see if you can answer other people's questions!

Look forward to seeing your posts :)

Paddy
 

Jack in the UK

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What a post from PaddyD!!!

I dedicate my comments to Resuse 1 2 3 4 and 5 from New York and all that were lost just as much

OK you wil have seen my name as i post, i just post and try / hope i help, from me PM and emails i know i do.

I have learnt from two points

I make mistakes, as such i learn from the guys on board.

I used to be told and felt i knew excel very well some tow years back, i was told so where i work, now i know just what i do not know, so i say im just a general user.

Thanks to this site and pals i have made many pals all who help me and so do all the posters on this site

My view is simple

join in enjoy the fun
POST POST and be ready to read and listen to EVERY poster.

No one knows that much Excel is that vast!

Most of all LOVE EXCEL

RIP Terry :MAN_HATTON: Hatton Captain Resuce ONE! New York
 

XL-Dennis

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JamesKM,

I´m total agree with Paddy & Jack :)

Don´t take it personal if someone correct an answer from You - Your learningcurve will still increase by number of question You try to answer :wink:

BTW, if only the MVP's on this board was allowed to answer not all questions would have nice answers :wink:

With kind regards,
Dennis
 

PaddyD

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Is that "nice" as in accurate, or "nice" as in polite? I'm guessing both :)

Paddy
 

JamesKM

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Thanks for all your comments.
I spent yesterday lunch seraching for unanswered topics in a bid to help.
Unfortunately I found none that I could!
I will continue to search for the easy ones (why does no one ask how to write an IF statement?) and will post whenever possible.

Also, sentiments copied from Jack - I also love the site.

James
 

PaddyD

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You'll have to be quick off the mark to catch the 'easy' one's - they're usually picked off within a few minutes!!

Paddy
 

Mark O'Brien

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On 2002-10-02 21:22, PaddyD wrote:
Is that "nice" as in accurate, or "nice" as in polite? I'm guessing both :)

Paddy

As in:

"The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter"?
 

Ian Mac

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On 2002-10-03 22:56, Mark O'Brien wrote:
On 2002-10-02 21:22, PaddyD wrote:
Is that "nice" as in accurate, or "nice" as in polite? I'm guessing both :)

Paddy

As in:

"The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter"?

Good Omens, Top Book,

Neil and Terry, what a team.
 

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