We have studied and used SUMIFS() and SUMPRODUCTS() function with their appropriates use. Just to recall, SUMIFS() work great when our data is in the shape of list or is in column.
There are times when you bring data from other software to excel sheets and find that some of the numbers are formatted as text
If you have a large pivot and want to create a report based on that pivot, it is time to revert to a function dedicated for it – GETPIVOTDATA().
Have you ever thrown a pebble in water? You must have in your childhood! The pebble follows not a straight line but a parabolic path.
In real life, resources are scarce and wants are unlimited. This fact leads us to optimize our resources to get best out of available resources
We do create different type of charts to fulfill our charting needs – quite a few of them are related to quality control purposes.
Whenever we have data, we are interested in getting some meaningful insights from it.
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