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In this Christmas Special podcast episode, 20 Excel experts from around the world  share their best Excel tip of 2017!

At the end of the podcast episode, there is a catchy Excel song parody of Ed Sheeran’s song “Shape of you” created by Clint Tuttle!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Love, John Michaloudis ūüôā

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Here are the Excel Tips in Order of Appearance:

  1. Me! from
  2. Jeff Lenning from 
  3. Mynda Treacy from
  4. Ryan Wells from
  5. Jon Acampora from
  6. Bill Jelen
  7. Alex Powers from
  8. Debra Dalgleish from
  9. Chris Newman
  10. Chris Chua from
  11. John MacDougal from
  12. Alan Murray from
  13. George Mount from
  14. Danielle Stein Fairhurst from
  15. Mark Proctor from
  16. Kasper Langmann from
  17. Jordan Goldmeier from
  18. Cristiano Galvao from ExcelTurbo
  19. Oz du Soleil from
  20. Clint Tuttle from ClintTuttle YouTube Channel

2016 EXCEL TIPS PODCAST: (Christmas Special) 013: The Best Excel Tips of 2016 from 23 Excel Experts

Clint Tuttle’s Excel Parody¬†Song:


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