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New Excel STOCKHISTORY Function Link 
Richard Rost     
Fri 6/19
Hey guys. Microsoft just added another new function to Excel called STOCKHISTORY. It allows you to grab the history of a specific stock and put it into your sheets. It's not that hard to use. Personally, I don't really play the Stock Market which is why you've seen very few lessons from me on the subject. Does anyone want me to put together a lesson on how to use this? Just trying to gauge the interest of my students.
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Number of Students per Month Link 
Ronald Ramsey   
5/27/2020
put together a monthly report noting the number of students seen for service each month. I've tried to keep an accumulated total of special education students listed for the month and the year. I don't know how to maintain accurate figures. EX: Each month students received Gen Ed and Sp Ed in Gen Ed C3, Sp Ed E3. I want to accumulate total for C3 and E3 in C15 and E15. How do I accomplish this?
Richard Rost    
5/27/2020
I'm not following, Ronald. Can you please be more specific?
Ronald Ramsey  
5/30/2020
Yes. As a school social worker I needed to maintain records on the number of students I serviced and whether they were general education students or those in special education. I developed a spreadsheet to list the number of Gen Ed Students, let's say in E3 and the Sp Ed Students in, let's say G3. At the end of the month I needed to have the total number of Gen Ed Students seen that month, let's say the cumulative total was kept in E21 and the total number of Sp Ed Student for the month was tallied in G21.  I want each entry into E3 to be  automatically added to E21 and the same with G3. I was never able to figure out how to automate that process. As a result, I had to manually insert those monthly figures. I hope this helps. Thanks Rich
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No XLOOKUP Prepaid Excel 11 Link 
Normand Caron   
5/27/2020
I have Excel 2013 and no XLOOKUP. I prepaid Excel Expert 11. How can I use it?
Richard Rost    
5/27/2020
Hi Normand. You're not the first person to contact me about this. I expect there are a lot of people out there who are sticking with Excel 2016, 2013 (it was a good version) or even older. Heck, I used 2003 for the longest time, well past the time 2007 was released. If I didn't have to upgrade to TEACH people Excel, I probably wouldn't have. In any case, I don't expect you to spend money on a course you can't use. If you're not planning on upgrading to Excel 2019 or getting a Microsoft 365 subscription then you can't use XLOOKUP. So, I'll be happy to give you a free copy of the next class in the series when it's released. This will either be Expert 12 or Developer 1. Just let me know when you get the release notice and I'll add it to your account.
Normand Caron  
5/29/2020
Fair enough, I'll try to upgrade to office 365 from office 2013.
Thanks for the info.
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XLOOKUP Watch Party Link 
Richard Rost     
5/23/2020
OK, I'm trying one of these Watch Party things on Facebook. Going to get started in a few minutes as soon as the video finishes uploading. Figured I'd give everyone a heads up here. Visit our Facebook Excel Group to join in.
Richard Rost    
5/23/2020
I've been doing "premieres" on YouTube, but I haven't been advertising them. I'll let you guys know next time at least an hour in advance.
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I Bought Your Book Link 
KELVIN WILLIAMS     
5/22/2020
Dear Richard,
Thanks for your e-mail. Two weeks ago I saw a book on Excel in Amazon UK so I purchased it.
Imagine my surprise when it was delivered - the author was you and the book was "The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microsoft Excel 2010 (2-in 1). So Iv'e now got the course and the book! Read More...
Richard Rost    
5/22/2020
Ha ha. That's awesome. I haven't heard from anyone who has purchased my book in a LONG time. It was released in 2011, so that's nine years ago already. Man, it seems like yesterday. Thanks for the purchase - the videos AND the book. One of these days I'm going to write another one. Maybe. Videos are so much more my thing. The agent from the book company found me on YouTube and contacted ME to write it. I was honored.
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