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In this Christmas Special podcast episode, we round up the best Microsoft Excel experts & MVPs from around the world  share their best Excel tip & tricks of 2018!

What is your best Excel tip & trick of 2018? You can share it with us at the bottom of this page in the comments area, we would love to hear it!

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

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Here are the Excel Tips in Order of Appearance:

  1. John Michaloudis from MyExcelOnline Academy online course
  2. Mynda Treacy from MyOnline TrainingHub
  3. Bill Jelen from Mr.Excel
  4. Chandoo from Chandoo.org
  5. Jeff Lenning from ExcelUniversity.com
  6. Danielle Stein Fairhurst from PlumSolutions.com.au
  7. Jon Acampora from ExcelCampus.com
  8. Ken Puls from ExcelGuru.ca
  9. Kyle Pew from OfficeNewb.com
  10. Tatiana Ufimtseva from HotKeyExcel.com
  11. Alan Murray from Computergaga.com
  12. Mark from ExcelOffTheGrid.com
  13. John MacDougall from HowToExcel.org 
  14. Michelle from ExcelRescue.com
  15. Kasper Langmann from Spreadsheeto.com
  16. Ryan Wells from Wellsr.com
  17. Bryan Hong from The MyExcelOnline Academy

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Top Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks of 2018

Top Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks of 2018

Top Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks of 2018

Top Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks of 2018

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