This article offers tricks to make you more efficient and effective with the spreadsheet application.
I've compiled a list of a dozen Excel tricks that will help any CPA become more efficient and effective.
Handy Excel shortcuts from Technology Q&A author J. Carlton Collins, CPA.
When it comes to producing financial statements and reports in Excel, here are a few formatting rules that may help the reports appear more professional.
The days of downloading and installing the prerelease beta version of Microsoft Excel are gone, but you can still install the latest prerelease beta features for free.
The 2019 version of Excel contains a wide assortment of new and improved features and capabilities. Here's a look at 12 of those upgrades.
Correcting an item from July 2018, "Microsoft Office: Rounding Time in Excel."
How to create an automated list of worksheet names in Excel -- and add a table of contents.
How to use Excel's Camera tool to achieve the effect of multiple chart types.
How to use Microsoft Excel's built-in Scenario Manager tool.
Excel skills are an essential part of the accounting curriculum, but they’re not always the easiest topic to teach.
How to insert an image into an Excel cell.
In Excel’s custom headers and footers box, the ampersand character (&) is used as a marker to indicate that a special formatting code follows.
How to change the color of the default gridlines in Excel.
There are many ways to create a dashboard in Excel, but my preferred method may surprise you.
How to round time calculations to the nearest 10th of an hour, or six-minute increments.
Mike Decker, the vice president of examinations at the AICPA, discusses changes being made to the exam as a result of tax reform — and about how Excel will now be available for use on the test.
You can swap the contents of two cells in Excel if the cells are adjacent to each other. Here’s how.
How to use Excel's new Cube-based functions and conversion tools to convert a PivotTable to a formula-based report.
This Technology Workshop illustrates how to leverage a number of functions to perform calculations in Excel involving the time value of money.