Excel has a built in function to create hyperlinks – named HYPERLINK(). This function is useful when you want the user to be redirected to some other place for example a webpage or a document or some place within the excel sheet.
Amongst the various format that number takes, time is the one of the most commonly used formats, after currency and accounting number formats.
Whenever you come up with a useful sheet, it is almost always essential to get it printed. Be it a simple sheet or complex business model, we can not deny the importance of a hard printed copy – it is always easier to read and record.
SUMIF() functions is among the most commonly used functions in excel. Whenever ever we have to sum against a given criteria we revert to this function, be the criteria be only one or more then one (for more then one criteria’s we use SUMIFS(), just another function of this family).
Our paper is designed to accommodate two-dimensional charts, or at best 3 dimensional charts. But those charts are produced at the expense of understandability and appearance of them. What if you want to produce so many to them to accommodate cross-tabbed data?
Measures is amongst the most important and highly powerful features in Power Pivot. Measures are actually the calculations or formulas you add to the Pivot Table. Below is an example of it.
If you are wondering what the top ten formulas are, then you should really consider acknowledging the fact that there is no standard list of the perfect ten formulas for each individual.
At first instance, you may wonder why we would need to remove spaces in Excel. If you have unnecessary spaces it may prevent working of some functions, filtering etc.
The CONCAT function was recently introduced by replacing CONCATANETE function and the CONCAT is only available with the latest version of Office (EXCEL 2016, Excel Online and latest mobile excel versions).