Tag Archives: formatting

Dear Analyst #79: How to finally AutoFit column widths in Excel for the Mac (and PC)

When you’re creating some dashboard or report, one of the most common formatting operations you’ll find yourself doing is expanding the column width to fit the text or numbers in a cell. You might also be expanding the row height to fit the size of the text, but I think it’s less common than expanding […]

Never Do Tedious Worksheet Tasks Again With Excel VBA

The moment you discover VBA in Excel, you will never want to do another formatting or data manipulation task in Excel. When we first discovered how to use VBA, it was like getting fed ground beef after you tasted filet mignon: you just can’t go back once you have tasted heaven. Many people think VBA is meant for programmers, and […]