From CFO.com “Spreadsheets: Highlighting Formula Cells”

Spreadsheets: Highlighting Formula Cells It takes a bit of Visual Basic to use conditional formatting, but it is possible to highlight formula cells. However, you’ll want to use an old Visual Basic trick to get the job done. By Bill Jelen, CFO.com | US  January 12, 2011 Editor’s Note: To read more about spreadsheets, share a … Continue reading From CFO.com “Spreadsheets: Highlighting Formula Cells”

Make a personal-finance resolution or two

Make a personal-finance resolution or two By Claudia Buck / Sacramento Bee Posted: 01/09/2011 12:01:00 AM PST  from the Mercury News  http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_17007770 It’s that virtuous time of year for all those good intentions: Lose weight, clean out closets, learn a foreign language. For New Year’s resolutions involving money, there are two biggies: paying down debt and … Continue reading Make a personal-finance resolution or two

Mortgage assistance program questions answered

Mortgage assistance program questions answered From SFGate by Kathleen Pender Tuesday, January 11, 2011 Readers had some good questions about my Sunday column on California’s new mortgage assistance program for unemployed homeowners. I’ll answer them today, but first this update on the program, which began taking applications Monday. Four of the nation’s largest mortgage servicers … Continue reading Mortgage assistance program questions answered

Want to view an Excel file without having Excel?

Download the Excel Viewer from the Microsoft site – check it out here Excel Viewer Brief Description Open, view, and print Excel workbooks, even if you don’t have Excel installed. This download is a replacement for Excel Viewer 97 and all previous Excel Viewer versions. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=1cd6acf9-ce06-4e1c-8dcf-f33f669dbc3a&DisplayLang=en Continue reading Want to view an Excel file without having Excel?