Lightweight Excel DND Dice Roller

To compliment my lightweight offline Excel DND character sheet, I've created a dice roller to be used when playing the game. It can be used completely offline, and should run on basically all versions of Excel (provided macros can be enabled). Please feel free to use this and share as required: offline-dnd-dice-rollerDownload DND Dice Roller … Continue reading Lightweight Excel DND Dice Roller

HOW TO… Excel: Create a hierarchical series of drop down boxes

As a result of prodding around the excel subreddit I found a query from user innocuous_gorilla about creating drop downs that are dependent upon each other. Due to working at NHS England where we have a massive array of organisation types and hierarchies, I quickly learnt how to do this! For example, in NHS England … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Create a hierarchical series of drop down boxes

HOW TO… VBA: Compare VBA Combo Box Values with Their Lists

Preamble So, a recent issue I’ve had using VBA to create UserForms to handle data input is data validation. Throughout my UserForm I’ve included a variety of Combo Boxes that contain lists of information the user can select. In most instances I would like the user to have inputted exactly one of the options within … Continue reading HOW TO… VBA: Compare VBA Combo Box Values with Their Lists

HOW TO… Excel: Create a Dynamic Data Range for a Chart

Continuing the theme of automatically updating charts, we’re going to look at how to make a chart deal with a dynamically changing data range. This is useful for situations where you have multiple measures that each have a different number of independent variables (the variables plotted on our x-axis, which was the month of the … Continue reading HOW TO… Excel: Create a Dynamic Data Range for a Chart