A.N.M. Mohaimen Shanto

About author

A.N.M. Mohaimen Shanto, a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from Daffodil International University, boasts two years of experience as a Project Manager at Exceldemy. He authored 90+ articles and led teams as a Team Leader, meticulously reviewing over a thousand articles. Currently, he focuses on enhancing article quality. His passion lies in Excel VBA, Data Science, and SEO, where he enjoys simplifying complex ideas to facilitate learning and growth. His journey mirrors Exceldemy's dedication to excellence and continuous learning.


Project Manager at ExcelDemy in SOFTEKO.

Lives in

Dhaka, Bangladesh.


B.sc in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) from Daffodil International University.


Data Analysis, Content Writing, C, C++, Python, HTML, SQL, MySQL, Data Science, Microsoft Office, and Project Management.


Project Manager, SOFTEKO

November 2022 - Present
  • Spearhead the management of article projects, overseeing the entire site structure to enhance user engagement and content accessibility.
  • Implement strategic content plans, including developing editorial calendars and style guides, tailored to project objectives.
  • Lead and supervise a diverse team of content creators, fostering an environment of creativity and high performance.
  • Utilize data analytics to monitor content performance, generating insightful reports to inform future content strategies and development.

Team Leader, SOFTEKO

April 2022 - October 2022
  • Led a team of content professionals in producing high-quality Excel-related articles, ensuring both accuracy and engagement.
  • Conducted thorough reviews and quality checks of over 500 articles, maintaining high standards of content excellence.
  • Facilitated team brainstorming and research sessions, aimed at optimizing content creation processes and team productivity.

Excel and VBA Content Developer, SOFTEKO

 October 2021 - April 2022
  • Authored over 100 informative and user-friendly articles on Excel and VBA, contributing significantly to the knowledge base and user assistance.
  • Employed expert knowledge of Excel and VBA to provide practical solutions and guides, enhancing the utility value of the content.

Online Certifications

  • IBM Data Science Professional Certificate Offered by IBM on Coursera This nine-course specialization covered a wide array of data science topics including open-source tools and libraries, methodologies, Python, databases, SQL, data visualization, data analysis and machine learning.
  • “Managing the Company of the Future” Completed May, 2020 at Coursera.org. Taught by Julian Birkinshaw, University of London.
  • “Cloud Computing Basics” Completed June, 2020 at Coursera.org. Authorized by LearnQuest
  • “Industrial IoT on Google Cloud Platform” Completed May, 2020 at Coursera.org. Authorized by Google
  • “Communication Skills: Be a Star Presenter on a panel” Completed at Udemy.com


  • Currently working as Project Manager of ExcelDemy
  • Started technical content writing of Excel & VBA in October 2021 later prompted as Team Leader for Content Management.

Latest Posts From A.N.M. Mohaimen Shanto

How to Perform Conditional Transpose in Excel (2 Easy Examples)

This tutorial shows how we can add conditional transpose in excel. In some situations, you might need to rearrange your rows and columns. If you do it ...

How to Convert Multiple Rows to a Single Column in Excel

In the sample dataset, there are three rows: Team Red, Team Blue, and Team Green, with multiple columns. The goal is to convert it into a single column. ...

Browsing All Comments By: A.N.M. Mohaimen Shanto
  1. Thank You JUAN. Very glad to know that this article helped you.

  2. Hello P MUMU,
    We are glad to know that this article helped you to solve your problem. For more like this, make sure to check our other articles from ExcelDemy.

  3. Hello Polina. Thanks for asking. Basically, you have to change the cell references here.
    Suppose you have data in the following ranges:
    1. N3:N13
    2. P1:P19
    3. AB13:AB20
    4. CC10:CC20

    Just use the following code:

    Sub ConvertTextToNumber()
    With Range(“N3:N13”)
    .NumberFormat = “General”
    .Value = .Value
    End With

    With Range(“P1:P19”)
    .NumberFormat = “General”
    .Value = .Value
    End With

    With Range(“AB13:AB20”)
    .NumberFormat = “General”
    .Value = .Value
    End With

    With Range(“CC10:CC20”)
    .NumberFormat = “General”
    .Value = .Value
    End With

    End Sub

    There are various ways. But this is the simplest.

  4. Hello HOWARD,
    Thanks for asking this important question. Basically scenario summary will show the latest dataset in the current values column. As we changed the scenario by clicking OK.

    Now, this is not a wonderful solution. But it may help you.

    1. Copy the original dataset to a new sheet.
    2. Then go to Scenario Manager
    3. Now click Summary.
    You will see the original data in Current Values.
    Thank You.

  5. Hey Luna, you can use VBA codes to solve your problem if these methods don’t work.
    Read this article:

Advanced Excel Exercises with Solutions PDF