Posts tagged "Excel"
A feature of the Subtotal TOOL is the ability to also group your data into a form ready for printing. For example, let’s say you have a lot of records that you want to separate by one of the fields in the records.
Working with an Excel column of full names, but wishing you’d set this up as two separate columns? Luckily there’s an Excel trick to help you do this.
If you’ve upgraded to Office 2016 and are lucky enough to have a touchscreen laptop or tablet you can now handwrite equations which are then converted to typed text.
Excel has a great filtering ability which allows you to filter down by multiple criteria .
If you prefer to use keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse, then this handy tip is for you.
Did you know, if you press the Alt key, letters appear over every item on the ribbon? Just tap the relevant key to activate that option.
If you like to represent your Excel data visually, you might be interested in using sparklines.
So what is a sparkline?
A sparkline is a mini-chart which is displayed within a single worksheet cell of your choice.
It’s almost the end of another year full of ups and downs. 2016 will certainly be remembered as a year of major worldwide events.
A common problem when working with Excel spreadsheets is duplicate data. If your spreadsheet contains duplicate entries you’ll probably want to clean it up so it doesn’t impact on calculations, tables etc.
Working with Excel spreadsheets containing hidden rows or columns?
Recently we had a query from our colleague, Trevor, who has a spreadsheet with hidden rows and columns and wanted to copy and paste only visible cells onto a new worksheet.
Did you know that there’s an easy way to make Excel data more meaningful? Adding cell comments means you can provide the spreadsheet user with additional information.