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20 Excel-lent Excel Jokes!

These excellent jokes are sure to excel your expectations! Open up a new tab and get ready for sheets of laughter!

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Beano Jokes Team
Last Updated:  December 6th 2023

If you're someone who just loves cracking open a good spreadsheet, we know you're also always up for a laugh! Have a gander at these Excel-themed jokes, divided into convenient cells for your amusement! Don't forget to check out our other jokes, too - recharge with some battery jokes, or clean off with some bath jokes!

How good are you at Microsoft Office?

I Excel at it!

What do you call an ant who’s great at Microsoft Office?

An Excel-ant!

Did you hear about the house built by Microsoft?

What it Excels in is the Outlook from its Windows!

How many Excel users does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

Monday January 01, 1900!

How many Excel users does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

Just one, but they'll need a pivot table!

Where’s the most dangerous place in Excel?

C4!

What shirt size does Bill Gates wear?

XL!

What do you call it when you give up spreadsheets for 40 days?

Excel-Lent!

I can’t figure out how to use the average feature on Excel…

Now all my data is meaningless!

"Are you a related data set in a separate table?”

“Because I INDEX/MATCH you!"

What bar do spreadsheets like to hang out in?

The formula bar!

A spreadsheet got married for the second time! What did she say when asked why her first marriage didn’t work out?

"Ask my ex-cell!"

What did the spreadsheet do at the Eiffel Tower?

An ex-selfie!

A spreadsheet walks into a bar…

The barman says, “Shall I start a new tab?”

Why did the data analyst call  his kids Word and Excel?

He thought it was Suite!

What did the Excel analyst put in his hair?

Some product!

Why did the spreadsheet open a breakfast café?

Because eggs sell!

Why did the programmer and Excel have a falling out?

They didn’t have the same values!

I Excel at Microsoft puns…

You’ll have to take my Word for it!

I asked my dad if he knew any formulas in Excel…

He said, “Yes, sum!”