Optimize your time and learn how to use 15 Excel shortcuts to gain more agility when working with your spreadsheets. Excel has a huge amount of tools and functions for you to assemble your spreadsheets. And with so many functions, there are still Excel shortcuts to optimize your time. That’s because in Excel, you have several design options, functions and… read more →
It doesn’t matter if you are moving towards a future career as a data analyst, you want a new skill to improve your job or you want to transform your budget. Knowing how to use Excel definitely makes your life and your business easier. It can be an incredibly powerful tool for searching information and finding exactly what you need,… read more →
Excel spreadsheets are known to have a wide range of formulas and functions. Each function is designed to perform calculations using specific values in a given order. Something that sometimes intrigues users is the VLOOKUP. Several people who use Excel have heard of the VLOOKUP function, but do not understand how it works or even what it is. To eliminate… read more →
Excel is a very popular spreadsheet program, developed by Microsoft, supported by all modern operating systems: macOS, Android, Windows and iOS. In addition, it has a wide variety of features: pivot tables, calculations, graphical tools and Visual Basic – a programming language incorporated in some Microsoft applications. Microsoft creates updates for this program regularly, which is why interesting new features… read more →
Actual-versus-target charts are Excel charts which demonstrate the comparison between actual and target performance. Best uses for actual-versus-target charts would be a comparison among a group and how each performed versus his/her target, or comparison of time periods for performance. So, something like department budget achievement month-over-month.
Conditional formatting icons are a visualization tool you can use to quickly and easily bring attention to comparisons using icons provided within Excel. In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to use this great Excel feature.
In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to create awesome sparklines using Microsoft Excel. We hope you enjoy this tutorial, and feel free to download the sample file used in this video training at the end of the post.