There are several ways to add color to your Excel workbooks.
If you are routinely creating formulas that accomplish the same purpose, spending a little extra time upfront to create a function that can be reused will save you time in the end.
This month’s column walks you through all the special ways you can paste text, data, and even application capabilities in Excel.
You can include both a formula and text in the same cell in Excel.
Creating drop-down lists in your spreadsheets is a great way to ensure that only certain information is entered into a cell.
The Transpose feature allows you to rotate data from columns to rows and vice versa from rows to columns without reentering any of the data.
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If Excel can sense a pattern in what you are doing, it will try to complete the task for you.
You can easily convert horizontal data to vertical and vertical data to horizontal by using the Transpose feature in Excel.
With spilling, you can create a formula in one cell, and that formula will then spill over into other adjacent cells when a set of values is calculated.
Using range names in Excel allows you to quickly navigate to areas of your worksheet and makes formulas much easier to create.
When teaching financial accounting, faculty often discuss bonds payable and how to calculate the issue price of a bond. Consider teaching students to calculate the issue price by using the net present value function in Excel.
You can convert text in Excel to linked data types. This is referred to as “linked” data types because the data is connected to an online data source.
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