An easy way to bring attention to blank cells is to have them appear as a different color than the other cells on the worksheet.
Highlight different letter grades with different colors so you can see at a glance how your students performed.
These quick tips related to PivotTables and choosing the best charts for your data can help you become more efficient in Excel.
Kelly L. Williams, CPA, Ph.D., explains how to insert bullets into an Excel spreadsheet.
How to obtain a Distinct Count in Excel using a basic PivotTable.
Simple to create, sparklines are tiny graphs that help you make sense of data at a glance.
The use of a data-entry form makes data entry faster and more efficient because you don’t have to go to multiple different cells to enter data, row by row.
How to view and edit two worksheets from the same Excel workbook side-by-side.
The SUMIF function provides a quick and simple way to create a sum based on a specific criterion, such as the type of audit.
Want to quickly add up rows or columns of data in your gradebook (or elsewhere)? The AutoSum function makes it easy.
Highlighting cells with different colors can help you quickly identify information in a spreadsheet. Excel also lets you sort by color to easily group all the information you’ve highlighted with a given color. Learn how.
Microsoft Excel can keep track of deadline information in several ways.
Once you master the IF function, you will wonder how you ever lived without it.
This article compares the data visualization program Tableau to Excel, examines their relative strengths, and provides a simple walk-through on how to use Tableau.
See how to add a little color and direction to your Excel worksheets.