The Top 10 Posts of 2012 on my 1 year Blog Anniversary

Well today marks 1 year since my very first post on this blog about Excel 2010 Sparklines.  I thought I’d share with you the top 10 posts.

  1. Excel Budget Template
  2. Excel Keyboard Shortcuts
  3. Create a Parameter Query in Access 2010
  4. Show Off your Data in an Excel PivotTable with Slicers and Sparklines
  5. What’s the deal with 10 points paragraph spacing after and 1.15 line spacing in Word 2007 or Word 2010
  6. Access Keyboard Shortcuts
  7. Savings Thermometer Worksheet
  8. Find Duplicates in Excel Easily with Conditional Formatting
  9. Use Data Bars and Icon Sets to Major League Baseball Standings using Excel 2010
  10. Word Keyboard Shortcuts

Canadian Rockies

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