Hello, my name is Colin Legg and I live in London, England where I provide Excel consulting services for financial companies. I’ve been using Excel since the late 1990s and I became an active member on the online forums in 2005 where I primarily focused on fine tuning my VBA knowledge. Between 2009 and 2015 Microsoft recognised my contributions to the online Excel community by giving me their prestigious MVP award each year. In early 2011 I took the plunge and became a professional IT developer working full time at a financial institution. In late 2014, I started to provide consulting services as an independent contractor.
I created the RAD Excel blog at the end of 2011 with the intention of posting my musings, once or twice per month, primarily on Excel and VBA. I may also post about other technologies such as SQL Server and .Net – particularly if they’re linked back to Excel in some way. I hope you enjoy reading the blog as much as I do writing it and you’re welcome to contact me with on-topic blog suggestions or consulting enquiries at colinleggblog at gmail dot com.
Hello, I liked you blog.
What would be RAD Excel?
RAD stands for Rapid Application Development:
are you avail for consulting?
I’ll contact you via e-mail to discuss that further.
Excellent Blog! I don’t know if you remember me from the forums. I don’t hang around on them much these days. I’ll definitely keep an eye on this as it looks really interesting.
Dom (Domski) Hill
Great to hear from you. Thanks for reading my blog and I look forward to some interesting comments from you!
All the best,
Very clean blog that’s easy to learn from!
Thank you so much for this:
.Formula = bla bla
.FormulaArray = .FormulaR1C1
Just want I wanted, and I’d never have found it by myself.
Thank you for leaving your blog up so your blogs and insight is still available to us all