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How to Create Pivot Tables in Excel
Updated: March 29, 2019 Pivot tables are interactive tables that allow the user to group and summarize large amounts of data in a concise, tabular format for easier reporting and analysis. They can sort, count, and total the data, and are available in a variety of spreadsheet programs. Excel allows you to easily create pivot tables by dragging and dropping your relevant information into
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1-06-2019, 13:00
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How to Create a Drop Down List in Excel
Updated: March 29, 2019 Having a drop-down list in your Microsoft Excel spreadsheet can often improve the efficiency of your data entry, while also limiting data entry to a specific set of items or data made available in the drop-down list. Follow the steps below to learn how you can create a drop-down list in Excel 2013 and all earlier versions.
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27-05-2018, 13:00
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How to Use the IF Function in Excel
This wikiHow teaches you how to use the IF function in Excel to make a logical comparison between a value and the expected result. The IF function basically says “If something is true, then do something. If not, do something else.”
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How to Use Vlookup With an Excel Spreadsheet
Community Tested This wikiHow teaches you how to find a cell's corresponding information in Microsoft Excel using the VLOOKUP formula. The VLOOKUP formula is useful for finding things like employee salary values or your budget on a given date. You can use VLOOKUP in both Windows and Mac versions of Excel.
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How to Apply Conditional Formatting in Excel
Community Tested This wikiHow teaches you how to add conditional formatting to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet on both Windows and Mac computers. Conditional formatting will highlight cells that contain data matching the parameters that you set for the formatting.
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11-11-2016, 03:12
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How to Create an Excel Spreadsheet Annual Budget
You will learn to create an annual budget on an Excel spreadsheet that is sensitive to many Income Tax Schedule A itemized deductions, as well as Schedule C for a small business (which applies these days to a lot of people). The included example is designed primarily for a couple in semi-retirement, both working; it thus includes accounts for younger and older citizens pertinent to
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How to Calculate Average Growth Rate in Excel
Average growth rate is a financial term used to describe a method of projecting the rate of return on a given investment over a period of time. By factoring the present and future value of a particular investment in relationship to the periods per year, you can calculate an annualized yield rate, which can be useful in the development of an investment strategy. An average growth rate
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2-11-2016, 13:19
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How to Calculate CAGR in Excel
With this article, you can learn how to calculate CAGR, the Compound Annual Growth Rate, in Excel. The Compound Annual Growth Rate is the year-over-year growth rate of an investment over a specified period of time. It is calculated by taking the nth root of the total percentage growth rate, where n is the number of years in the period being considered. The formula for CAGR is [(Ending
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19-10-2016, 17:10
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How to Print Part of an Excel Spreadsheet
Excel sheets can compile a lot of data, and it’s not always convenient to print it all at once. You can print certain sections of a spreadsheet by highlighting the target area, going to the print settings, and choosing the ‘print selected area’ option. A similar process can be used to print selected sheets in a workbook. “Print Areas” can also be used to for those who wish to adjust
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How to Use Summation Formulas in Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel recognizes a number of mathematical functions that can be used to manipulate the data you have entered into a spreadsheet. Whether you’re working with a few numbers or large data sets, summation functions are good place to become familiar with Excel function logic. The most common function for simple addition across cells is “=SUM()”, with the target cell range placed
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