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Chris Newman (a.k.a. Chris Macro) is the founder of one of the best looking Excel websites around called

He is a VBA expert and has created various time saving Excel Add-Ins that have helped thousands of Excel users worldwide.

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Chris’ Tutorial

Excel Favorites

  • Keyboard Shortcut: CTRL+SHIFT+END Extends the selection to the last used cell on the worksheet (lower-right corner).
  • Excel Tip: Accessing the Quick Access Toolbar with the ALT keyboard shortcut
  • Function: IFERROR
  • Excel Add-In: Sidekick Add Calculations and Formats to your data with a press of a button.  BONUS OFFER: Sign up to Chris’ NEWSLETTER to get this Add-In for $7 (over 80% off the current price in his online store)
  • Online Learning Resource: forum for any Excel/VBA related questions and for any VBA related questions
  • Excel Book: Advanced Excel Essentials by Jordan Goldmeier


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Chris’ Products

  • Sign up to Chris’ NEWSLETTER to receive his best tips & strategies and access to all the downloadable workbooks
  • website with all his tips, tutorials plus much more
  • The Exporter Template Add-In which Exports, Saves, and Emails your Excel spreadsheets!
  • The Waterfall Chart Creator Add-In which generates graphs to quickly show the different variance buckets between two data points (typically over a period of time – sometimes called a “data walk”)
  • The Excel to Powerpoint (E2P) Add-In which generates Excel charts and data tables into PowerPoint seamlessly!

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