Get the most out of Excel with these how-to articles, videos and sample spreadsheets
Excel expert Neale Blackwood CPA revisits some of his earlier Excel how-tos. Updated this month: inserting a new line within a cell, 3D Sum, dynamic ranges and sheet navigation icons.
The SUMIFS function allows you to perform multi-criteria summing typically on vertical data, but it also works on horizontal data. Here's how.
Excel expert Neale Blackwood CPA began writing his monthly column in INTHEBLACK magazine in 2002. He recently “opened the vault” on those early articles to review the information and add newer and easier solutions or built-in functions.
Excel Power Query can save hours of time for people who have to take data from multiple sources and reorder it for reports and analysis.
When you record a macro in Excel, you create a repeatable set of commands in a language called Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Here's how to add basic interaction to a recorded macro by using message boxes.
Neale Blackwood CPA began writing his monthly Excel Yourself column in 2002, before the articles and their popular accompanying videos were available online.
Conditional formatting in Excel enables you to apply a format to a cell or range of cells, so you can identify important information. The video tutorial below explains.
Excel expert Neale Blackwood began writing his monthly column in INTHEBLACK magazine in 2002, and recently “opened the vault” on those early articles to review the information and add newer and easier solutions or built-in functions.
Excel is not only readily available at low cost on almost every laptop, but it contains much of the computing power needed for sophisticated forecasting, says expert Dr Liam Bastick. Learn how to get the most out of the Excel forecast functions.
There are a number of ways to create an interactive chart in Excel. The quickest and easiest way is to use a PivotChart.