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Top 10 Excel Experts To Follow On Twitter

March 4, 2015
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Learn something new every day in Excel by following these Top 10 Excel Experts on Twitter. The reason that they are appearing in this list is that they excel in their knowledge about Excel and can provide you with some amazing Excel Tips and Tricks to make your life easier.

1. ( @r1c1 ) is run by CEO Purnachandra R Duggirala ( Chandoo ) who resides at Vishakhapatnam, India. He has worked for Tata Consulting, one of India’s leading IT companies and started the site for fun in 2004. In 2010, he was recognized as a Microsoft MVP and consequently quit his job to run Chandoo full time and hasn’t looked back since.

2. Excel Easy ( @ExcelEasy )

Excel Easy offers a tutorial (Introduction, Basics, Functions, Data Analysis and VBA) on how to use Excel. They provide around 300 examples on each chapter which makes the learning easy.

3. Microsoft Excel (@msexcel )

This is the official twitter page of Microsoft Excel. Through this account you can stay updated with the latest news, get regular excel updates, get helpful tips, participate in feature discussions and more.

4. Howtoexcelatexcel ( @howtoexcelatex )

This website started off as a blog and sometime ranting about questions and problem solving using Excel. Then it began to publish more of the tips and tricks to reach a wider audience and to share ideas and solutions using Excel.

5. Tom Urtis/Atlas ( @TomUrtis )

Tom Urtis is a Microsoft Excel MVP. Tom shares tips, tricks and advice for Excel users whether they need tips for personal Excel projects or large-scale business-related Excel advice.

6. Roger Fisher ( @rogerfisher )

Roger Fisher promotes Excel as an easy-to-use and useful tool. His tweets link his followers to very diverse and nifty MS Excel tips.

7. Bill Jelen ( @MrExcel )

Bill Jelen is an Excel teacher, author, publisher, webmaster, and TV personality, not to mention Excel MVP. Bill started using Excel in 1985 and spent 12 years working as a financial analyst. He launched Mr. Excel in 1998 and has been dishing out Excel advice since the early days of the internet.

8. XLCalibre (@XLCalibre )

XLCalibre is a source of Microsoft Excel tips focused on HR, payroll and reward professionals. While their tips are presented in a way that will be useful to these professionals, it may be of use to anyone interested in Excel, at every level of expertise.

9. The Excel Man ( @TheExcelMan_ )

The Excel Man promises to be a superhero of Excel. From basics to advanced, he provides excel tips for all. You will also find various articles with examples that are easy to understand.

10. Contextures ( @contextures )

Contextures is operated by Debra Dalgleish who has comprehensive experience designing complex Excel applications and has led hundreds of Excel corporate training sessions. She started off as in the early days of Excel as an active participant in Excel newsgroups and has been recognized as an Excel MVP since 2001. Debra has written three books on Pivot Tables and a downloadable guide to Excel functions.

You can follow all these experts by clicking here. If you think that we have missed out on someone, then feel free to mention it in our comments box below.


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