Eugene, Oregon edition. My flight from Salt Lake to Eugene was canceled. Instead I got to go to Seattle and sit in the airport for three hours before taking a puddle jumper to Eugene. They said the cancellation was due to maintenance on the airplane. I don’t know what that means, but I have the feeling it means they didn’t sell enough seats. Maybe I’m just pessimistic. Instead of getting here at 1PM, I got here at 6PM.
I rented a bike from the hotel and checked out the much-touted Eugene trail system. It did not disappoint. I rode 15 or 20 miles which allows me to eat and drink guilt-free all day.
It rains a lot here.
We took a tour of the University of Oregon athletic facilities. We got to walk out on the field which is made of field turf. I don’t think I’ve ever felt field turf before and it’s pretty cool. Every football field has a crown that helps the water drain off. It’s hard to notice from the stands or on TV, but when you’re down on the field, it seems huge.
This week’s Excel question comes from Timothy:
I have a list of contacts that I need to copy over from Word to Excel. Each contact has 16 headers (first name, last name, email, phone etc.) but when I import it into Excel I only get two columns of data that repeats itself. For example column 1 line I is: First Name and column 2 line 1 is: John etc.
until column 1 line 17 that stats all over again with First Name: and then column 2 is: Mike.
How do I shift the column headers from rows to 16 columns going across the top and transfer the data into the relevant cells.
Have a great weekend.