We have rounded up 18 of the best Microsoft Excel experts & MVPs from around the world  to share their best Microsoft Excel tips & tricks in 2019!

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Here are the Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019 in Order of Appearance:

The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

1. Jeff Lenning from Excel-University.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Stop Wasting Time
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

2. Bill Jelen from MrExcel.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Ideas in Office 365
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

4. Mynda Treacy from MyOnlineTrainingHub.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Excel Boolean TRUE value
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

5. Kasper Langmann from Spreadsheeto.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Get a second monitor and in the ribbon menu select: View > New Window
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

6. Alan Murray from Computergaga.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

The new FILTER function in Office 365
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

7. Jon Acampora from ExcelCampus.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Dynamic Array Formulas & Spill Ranges and Advanced Excel Shortcuts
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

8. Danielle Stein Fairhurst from PlumSolutions.com.au

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Keep things simple! 
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

9. Bryan Hong from MyExcelOnline.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

XLOOKUP function in Office 365
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

10. Oz Du Soleil from ExcelOnFire

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Think beyond the TIPS!
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

11. Ryan Wells from Wellsr.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Custom Message Box Buttons
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

12. Mark from ExcelOffTheGrid.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

F2 Keyboard Shortcut Key to edit your cell
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

13. Sohail Anwat from EarnAndExcel.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Automation with Macros & VBA
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

14. Randy Austin from ExcelForFreelancers.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Share and Sync your Macro Enabled Workbook
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

15. Wyn Hopkins from AccessAnalytic.com.au

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Excel User Voice + Excel Tech Community
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

16. George Mount from GeorgeJMount.com

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Excel Status Bar
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

17. Jordan Goldmeier from Excel.tv

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Repeat a text string using VBA
The Best Microsoft Excel Tips & Tricks in 2019

18. John Michaloudis

Best Excel Tip & Trick in 2019:

Global Excel Summit in London – April 21 & 22, 2020

 

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