Greg's Favorite Excel Websites
Here is a listing of the websites I find the most helpful when I have an Excel question that needs answering:
MrExcel.com is the best Excel forum I know. A huge number of very
talented Excel users are always there ready and willing to answer your
questions - for free!
Chip Pearson is one of the most brilliant coders I have ever met and the
library of web pages about VBA found on his site is very
extensive. It is a terrific resource for all aspects of VBA, but it's especially good for learning
how to use WinAPI calls from Excel.
Jon Peltier has forgotten more about charting in Excel than most of us
will ever know. His library of articles on charting in Excel is
Dick Kusleika's blog, Daily Dose of Excel, has a tremendous variety of
great articles and frequently gets comments from some of the best Excel
Deb Dagleish's website, Contextures, has a good library of articles and
is especially strong on pivot tables.
Ron de Bruin is a Microsoft Excel MVP from Belgium. His site
contains a good number of excellent articles. One of his
best-known is on how to automate Outlook and send e-mails from within an
Jan Karel Peterse is a Dutch Microsoft MVP in Excel. In addition
to a number of great articles, Jan Karel offers two very good Excel
Add-Ins: Name Manger and RefTree Analyzer.
Andy Pope's website has a lot of interesting and quirky Excel articles
and tools. And it has one amazing tool - Andy's
RibbonX Visual Designer has saved me untold hours creating customized
ribbons for Excel Add-Ins that I have designed for customers.
Ken Puls has a great website with a lot of good articles.
No listing of Excel websites would be complete without John Walkenbach's
site. If you have ever shopped for a book on Excel then you know
that John was the premier author of Excel how-to books for many years
and there are still a large number of great articles on his website.
Domenic is a Microsoft Excel MVP and his website has good articles on
both formulas and VBA.
Tushar is a very good VBA developer. While his site might be a
little tougher to navigate than other, he does have several excellent
Likewise, any listing of leading Excel websites has to include Ozgrid.
The founder, Dave Hawley, passed away recently. But he leaves the
Excel community a tremendous resource in the form of the Ozgrid forums.