Embedded Excel Services on your Website

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by Excel MVP Zack Barresse   Embedding Excel Services on your Website   Have you ever read a Microsoft Excel help topic and wished you could work with its examples right there in that topic?  Have you mulled over pictures or descriptions of solutions, but had a…


Friday Five: April 20, 2012.

This week we’re taking a look at some great blog posts from our MVPs on AJAX, Excel, Windows Phone 7, Windows 8 and Windows Azure. 1. Calling Web Services Using AJAX By Visual C# MVP Jonathan Wood  Jonathan presents  an ASP.NET WebForms application that will submit data to the server and get a response, all…


Customizing Your Messages With Dialog Sheets

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by Excel MVP Tom Urtis. Over the course of Excel’s evolution, many older features that were state of the art in their day have been cast aside for newer ways of doing things. Some of those older features remain fully supported and useful in later versions of Excel….


MVP Wraps Up Tips and Tricks With Office Ribbon

  MVP Ron de Bruin recently published the first part, of a two part guide on how you can learn tips and tricks when working with the Ribbon UI in Microsoft Office. The first part of Ron’s guide, provides samples showing how to use the getVisible attribute to display, or hide various parts of the…

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Chinese MVP Finds A Place For Excel At Home

MVP Qing Lin Zhou, has great passion for Microsoft Excel. Developed from scratch, he runs the largest Chinese Microsoft Office community in the world at Excel Home! Excel Home was created with the goal of improving the Chinese user experience with Microsoft Office. The site offers a vibrant community of people dedicated to improving their…


MVP Excels In Professional Development

MVP Rob Bovey, along with his fellow authors have collaborated together on a new book entitled, “Professional Excel Development: The Definitive Guide to Developing Applications Using Microsoft Excel, VBA, and .NET”. The book looks at a number of best practices for planning, architecting and building Excel applications that are robust, secure, easy to maintain and…


Excel Super Hero Recognised for Training Embassy Officials!

Excel MVP Kai Liu recently delivered Microsoft Office training for 3 foreign officials and 5 Chinese officials at the Embassy of Israel in Beijing. Kai prepared a number of exercises and course examples for the dignitaries. He even produced a short training manual, filled with practical exercises to help the officials to study further after…

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