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Consulting and Resources for Excel and Access

Some useful links to other sites

This list is not exhaustive by any means, but it includes many of
the sites in my Favorites list. Feel free to recommend an addition
to the list.

Excel sites

One of the biggest Excel sites on the Web. Hosted by
Microsoft MVP Bill Jelen, author of more than a dozen books on
Excel. Hundreds of hints, tips, tutorials, and the most active
Excel bulletin board around.
The Spreadsheet Page
Hosted by Microsoft MVP John Walkenbach, prolific author of
books on Excel (around 25 at the last count). A large range of hints, tips, and custom Excel
Jon Peltier’s site
Hosted by Jon Peltier, Microsoft MVP and charting guru. Many
examples to get you thinking; includes a comprehensive section
on using VBA with charts.
Chip Pearson’s
Hosted by Chip Pearson, Microsoft MVP. Plenty of hints and
tips. Highlights include VBA routines for sorting cells by
colour, and using VBA to modify the VBE (VBA coding
VBA Xpress
VBAX is hosted by Zack Barresse, Microsoft MVP. Focuses on
VBA and has an extensive Knowledge Base as well as an active
Bullen’s site
Stephen Bullen is another Microsoft MVP with a site full of
resources. Plenty of tips on VBA, charting samples, and
downloadable utilities.
Excel User
Hosted by Microsoft MVP Charley Kydd. Business-related Excel tips and tutorials.
Hosted by Microsoft MVP Ken Puls. A wide range of
Excel-related tips. He wrote a book on customising the Office
2007 Ribbon.
Debra Dalgleish has plenty of Excel-related tips. She has
written several books on pivot tables

Access Sites

Allen Browne’s
Allen Browne is a Microsoft MVP. His site includes a large
range of hints, tips and tutorials, and a range of useful
Garry Robinson’s Site
Garry is a Microsoft MVP. There are over 200 articles, a
newsletter, and a number of useful Access-related utilities.
Garry wrote the book on Access security.
The Access Web
One of the originals, hosted by Dev Ashish. A wide range of
hints, tips and tutorials.
Utter Access
Possibly the biggest Access forum on the Web. A very active
community covering just about everything to do with Access.
Helen Feddema’s site
Helen Feddema has been around Access for a long time and
written, or co-authored, a number of books. Has a broad range of
downloadable resources on Access, and a page of code samples
dealing with making Access interact with Outlook, Word and