Sometimes when Excel imports email addresses they are not recognised as emails and are not hyperlinks. They are two ways to fix this.
The Last Lectureby Randy Pausch, Jeffrey Zaslow (2008)
An excellent book. It details one man’s struggle with terminal cancer. But its less of a struggle and more of a journey. Having seen a relative go through the same journey it can help to understand what goes through the minds of all concerned. Highly recommend.
Youtube of the lecture is below.
Great By Choiceby Jim Collins and Morten T. Hansen (2011)
Great book that extends the previous research and looks at what is needed to thrive in a constantly changing world. Examples from different areas of life are used as well as business examples. Some interesting insights – some are counter intuitive. Highly recommend. I listened to the audio book.
Backup your important files
Excel has a feature that has been around for many versions, but most users are unaware of it as it is tucked away in a separate menu and dialog.
You can have Excel automatically make a backup of the previous version of a file each time you save it.
Note: if you click save twice in a row the backup will be identical to the current version.
This can be a life saver if your file gets corrupted.
In the Save As option (press F12 to open Save As) click the Tools drop down (left of the Save button) and choose General Options – see image below.
Then tick the Always create backup option and click OK (you don’t need to enter a password) then click the Save button – done.
You may have to overwrite the existing file if you haven’t changed the name.
The file is saved as a .xlsb file – you can open it as per a normal Excel file.
Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Louis Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.