Microsoft Excel is currently the leading, or most popular, personal computer spreadsheet. It is available as part of the Microsoft Office application suite, for Windows or Macintosh.
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Official Excel home page, part of the Microsoft Office Suite.
Suppliers of financial, mathematical and statistical function libraries and tools for use in Excel, VB and VBA
Alan's Excel Page
Alan Barasch's guide to Microsoft Excel. A collection of macros, formulas, and links.
Archives of Excel-G
A mailing list where the general or casual user can get help. Free registration required.
Archives of Excel-L
Developers mailing list. Presents messages from 1994. Free registration required.
David McRitchie's -- My Excel Macros
Excel macros and usage notes to help beginners and fairly advanced users.
Offers tips, tutorials and help for spreadsheet design and VBA macro programming.
The Excellent Files
Provides files for download and tips. In the Netherlands.
Macro-Investment Analysis in Excel
Using named ranges and matrix operations. William Sharpe, Stanford.
OzGrid Business Applications
Excel add-ins, templates, and training.
Peltier Technical Services, Inc.
Commercial add-ins that extend charting capabilities, plus tutorials about charting and programming.
Example spreadsheets for numerous subject areas including budgets, calendars, loans, business forms, and financial statements.
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