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Joshua Crowder

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    5 Methods for Filtering Google Searches

    2 weeks ago

    This article discusses various techniques and operators provided by Google to help users effectively filter search results. It covers methods such as using quotes for specific phrases, the minus sign for excluding specific words, and the wildcard operator for searching with unknown words.

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    Use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel at No Cost

    2 weeks ago

    In this step-by-step guide, I'll show you how to access the online Microsoft 365 versions of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel tools without spending a dime. Whether you're a student, professional, or just someone looking to boost their digital skills with free software, this article could be for you.

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    How to Sort Data in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article explores diverse methods for sorting data in Excel. It covers sorting through the data tab, utilizing formulas, and employing Visual Basic Applications (VBA) for sorting tasks. Each method accomplishes the same outcome but through distinct approaches.

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    Create a CSV File From a Spreadsheet in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article explores various methods to create a CSV file from an Excel spreadsheet. It covers standard CSV conversion and using Visual Basic Applications (VBA) for more flexibility, allowing multiple sheets and customized save locations.

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    How to Convert Comma-Separated Data Into Columns in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article discusses methods for converting comma-separated data into columns in Excel. It covers three approaches: using the text-to-columns wizard, employing VBA (Visual Basic Applications) for automation, and utilizing the TEXTSPLIT function as a formula.

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    VBA to Open Mac Programs From Excel

    3 months ago

    Explore the integration of VBA and Excel for Mac to launch a number of different applications—Calculator for quick math checks, Maps for route planning, Contacts for networking, and more—streamlining workflows and enhancing Excel functionality.

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    Auto Create Excel Sheets Based on Dates

    3 months ago

    Automate daily sheet creation in Excel with VBA macros. Learn how to set up auto-sheet generation based on date with customizable options. Save time in routine reporting and boost efficiency.

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    How to Dynamically Populate Excel Ranges

    3 months ago

    Learn to dynamically populate Excel ranges using various methods, such as referencing columns, cell formulas, and named ranges. Ensure data updates dynamically and explore options to handle blank cells effectively.

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    Use VBA to Insert Shapes in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article introduces a Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro for automating the insertion of shapes in Excel.

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    Use VBA to Insert Checkboxes in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article introduces a Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro for automating the insertion of checkboxes in Excel. It simplifies the process of fitting checkboxes into Excel workbooks and automatically links them to the corresponding cells.

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    How to Create an Excel Workbook Backup With VBA

    3 months ago

    In this article, you will discover how to create Excel backups effortlessly using VBA. Ensure version history, prevent data loss, aid testing, document changes, and enable quick error recovery. Simplify your workflow with this efficient method.

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    How to Create a Reset Button for Excel Formulas

    3 months ago

    This article explains how to utilize VBA to reset formulas to their original calculations in Excel. By assigning macros to buttons, users can easily reset formulas to predefined values, enhancing accuracy and efficiency in data processing.

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    Excel AVERAGE Function in Visual Basic

    3 months ago

    This article discusses utilizing the average function in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) to calculate means of data ranges. It outlines entering VBA code and running macros from buttons and provides examples demonstrating averaging for one and two ranges.

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    Excel Visual Basic Code Examples That Filter Data

    3 months ago

    This article presents a range of Excel Visual Basic (VBA) code examples that facilitate data filtering, enhancing file efficiency, and automating repetitive filtering tasks. The various techniques explained here enable users to filter data based on specific criteria.

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    The Dive Deep Leadership Principle: Staying Connected to the Details

    3 months ago

    The Dive Deep leadership principle stresses leaders' involvement in day-to-day operations, analyzing metrics, and staying connected to details. This approach fosters informed decision-making, problem-solving, and a culture of continuous improvement.

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    People Who Got Fame From Superior Memory

    3 months ago

    This article highlights individuals renowned for their exceptional memory abilities, known as photographic or eidetic memory. It features Kim Peek, Solomon Shereshevsky, Stephen Wiltshire, and Daniel Tammet.

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    How to Use the ROW Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    The ROW function in Excel is a useful tool for working with large data sets. In this tutorial, you can learn how to use this function to identify the row number of a specific cell. Also, learn what Excel applications this function can serve.

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    Excel VBA Codes That Make Sense to Run at Shut Down

    3 months ago

    The article emphasizes the productivity boost achieved by triggering macros upon closing an Excel workbook. This automated approach offers reminders for updating, automatically saving backup versions, and ensures data completeness.

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    Excel Visual Basic Codes That Open Hyperlinks

    3 months ago

    This article showcases VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code for automating hyperlink operations in Excel. It presents various macros, including opening a specific hyperlink from a cell, opening all hyperlinks in a sheet, and handling hyperlinks within a designated range.

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    Excel VBA Code That Make Sense to Run at Startup

    3 months ago

    This article explores leveraging Excel VBA to boost productivity through automating tasks at workbook startup. Automating macros upon opening can enhance efficiency, incorporating reminders and customizations to keep you moving to your next task from the start.

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    Common Tasks a New Excel User Should Learn

    3 months ago

    This article underscores fundamental tasks in Excel essential for beginners to establish a strong foundation in using the software effectively. It begins by highlighting the importance of data entry and modification, emphasizing the significance of formatting cells to enhance data visualization.

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    How to Use the XLOOKUP Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Tired of using the VLOOKUP function in Excel? Look no further than the XLOOKUP function. In this tutorial, I show you how to use this function to find and retrieve data in your Excel sheets with ease.

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    Strive to Be Earth's Best Employer: The Ultimate Commitment to People-Centric Leadership

    3 months ago

    The article explores Amazon's guiding principle, "Strive to be Earth's Best Employer," emphasizing a commitment to creating an empowering, inclusive, and growth-oriented work environment. It sheds light on how this principle transcends traditional leadership to foster empathy.

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    How to Use an Excel Macro to Hide Rows From Unauthorized Users

    3 months ago

    Offers a comprehensive guide on using a macro to hide rows from unauthorized users. The piece addresses the challenge of restricting data access in Excel and introduces an automated solution using Visual Basic. It outlines key steps, from setting up the worksheet and customizing the code.

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    How to Use an Excel Macro to Hide Columns From Unauthorized Users

    3 months ago

    This article presents a step-by-step guide to setting up a function that increases data security in Excel. It uses Visual Basic code to hide and protect columns, allowing authorized users from a list access while safeguarding sensitive data from unauthorized access.

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    Create a Button in Excel to Open Multiple Hyperlinks

    3 months ago

    The article discusses how to create a button in Excel to open multiple hyperlinks to access various webpages in a short amount of time. Two VBA methods are shared that come up with the same solution. One method opens hyperlinks from a range, and the other requires added hyperlinks to the code.

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    Use VBA to Open a URL From a Button in Excel

    3 months ago

    Here, I first explain how to execute a VBA macro from a button. This is followed by displaying several examples you can use to open URLs. The example only requires minor edits to code to be customized to your application.

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    Use VBA to Open a URL From a Button

    3 months ago

    Here I first explain how to execute a VBA macro from a button. This is followed by displaying several examples use can use to open URLs. The example only require minor edits to code to be customized to your application.

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    Create a Webpage of a Calculator With HTML

    3 months ago

    In this tutorial, I walk you through creating a basic calculator using HTML. An example is used for you to learn the logic of setting up inputs can creating the logic for the results. This is for someone with some HTML experience that would like to build a calculator for a webpage.

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    Customer Obsession: The Leadership Principle for Business Success

    3 months ago

    Discusses how Amazon's customer-centric philosophy has been a key driver of its success and impacted the retail industry. It highlights the importance of customer obsession, innovation, and experimentation for improving the customer experience. For anyone interested in customer obsession.

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    Bias for Action In The Workplace: A Leadership Principle

    3 months ago

    Highlights the importance of taking quick and decisive action while balancing it with thoughtful consideration and analysis to drive progress and success in the workplace. This article is for anyone who wants to learn what bias for action means as a leadership principle in the work environment.

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    Origins of the Name James

    3 months ago

    Explores the historical and cultural origins of the name James, which has its roots in the Hebrew name "Yaakov" and was popularized through the New Testament. It has been a top name for boys for centuries and is associated with famous people throughout history. For one curious about the name James.

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    Streamline Your Google SEO Research With Excel Formulas

    3 months ago

    Teaches how to organize SEO research using Excel formulas. It shares three types of Google searches and demonstrates how to use Excel to keep the data organized. The article provides step-by-step instructions on creating hyperlinks using CONCAT and HYPERLINK functions, saving time and improving SEO.

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    How to Create an Excel Job Application Dashboard

    3 months ago

    Provides a tutorial on how to create a custom job application dashboard using Microsoft Excel. The dashboard helps organize job application information and generate shortcuts, a history, and a dynamic script for general responses. For anyone currently looking for work.

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    About the National Debt Ceiling

    3 months ago

    The article explains the history and significance of the debt ceiling, which limits federal debt. It covers the current national debt, which exceeds $31 trillion, and the potential consequences of not raising the debt ceiling, such as a government shutdown, cuts to programs, and delayed payments.

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    Personal Experience in the Aluminum Wheel Manufacturing Industry

    3 months ago

    Provides a history of the aluminum truck wheel industry and the author's personal experience working in the industry. It covers the company's decision-making process, such as cost-cutting measures by hiring labor for as cheap as possible, and the products they produced.

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    How is Kayne West So Crazy?

    3 months ago

    This article examines the controversial behavior of rapper and fashion designer Ye. Crowder questions Ye's motives for posting controversial content on social media and discusses his recent ban from Twitter. The article also explores Ye's possible political aspirations for 2024.

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    31 Years Ago The First Text Message Was Sent

    3 months ago

    Reflects on the significance of the first text message sent by Neil Papworth in 1992. Covers the background of the first text message and discusses the popularity of SMS messaging, along with the security concerns associated with it. This read is for anyone that wants to know about texting history.

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    Euchre Card Game Instructions

    3 months ago

    A comprehensive guide to learning how to play Euchre, a card game for four players in teams of two. It covers the game overview, rules, strategies, and concepts such as trump, makers, defenders, going alone, ranking of trump, playing and scoring. This is for anyone that wants to learn Euchre.

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    Update Concerning Student Loan Forgiveness

    3 months ago

    An overview of the latest updates on the Biden administration's plan to provide debt relief to over 40 million Americans with federal student loans. The article discusses the sign-up process and amount of debt relief offered, challenges faced by the program, and updates on the status of lawsuits.

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    Guess How Old Pong Is?

    3 months ago

    Explores the history and impact of the video game Pong on its 50th anniversary. The author discusses Pong's origins, success, and influence on the video game industry while addressing common misconceptions about the game. The article offers an interesting perspective on the early day of video games.

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    Microsoft Office for Mac: LibreOffice Could Be the Alternative

    3 months ago

    Discusses using LibreOffice as a free and open-source alternative to Microsoft Office on macOS. The article explores the features and compatibility of LibreOffice with different document formats and highlights the differences between LibreOffice and Excel.

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    How to Use the NOW Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article explains how to use the NOW function in Excel, including its syntax, uses, and various methods to recalculate it. It provides instructions for both Windows and Mac users and is a helpful resource for those who want to create time stamps, modify time zones, and calculate time passed.

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    How to Share Google Sheets

    3 months ago

    This article guides readers on how to share Google Sheets with collaborators, including adding email addresses and granting permission levels. It also explains how to make the sheet public on the web and touches on security concerns.

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    How to Use the DATE Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the DATE function in Excel to combine year, month, and day values into a date. It covers the function's syntax and arguments and provides four examples of its usage, including cell references and handling dates exceeding 31 calendar days in a month.

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    Basic Tasks to Know in Microsoft Word 365

    3 months ago

    Covers basic tasks in Microsoft Word 365 such as creating, opening, saving, changing reading options, tracking changes, and printing. The article is aimed at beginners who want to improve their word-processing skills and includes step-by-step instructions and screenshots.

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    How to Upload an Excel File to Google Sheets

    3 months ago

    Offers a step-by-step guide on importing an Excel spreadsheet to Google Sheets. The author outlines the benefits of using Google Sheets and details how to upload files, including options and ways to create a new sheet. The article is helpful for those seeking to transfer date to Sheets.

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    How to Freeze Rows and Columns in Google Sheets

    3 months ago

    Explores the practical applications of freezing rows and columns in Google Sheets. Freezing rows and columns is a useful feature that can make it easier to navigate and work with large or complex data sets in Google Sheets. Covers step-by-step instructions on how to freeze rows and columns.

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    How to Use the VLOOKUP Formula in Google Sheets

    3 months ago

    Explains the basics of using the VLOOKUP formula in Google Sheets, including the syntax and a step-by-step example. It is a concise guide aimed at beginners to spreadsheet programs that would like to learn how to look up values in a dataset.

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    How to Hide Data in Excel

    3 months ago

    Provides a comprehensive tutorial on how to hide data in Microsoft Excel workbooks. Whether you need to protect sensitive financial information, personal data, or trade secrets, hiding data in Excel can prevent unauthorized access. The tutorial covers various methods for hiding data in workbooks.

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    Create a Randomized Message Cell in Excel

    3 months ago

    Teaches you how to generate a random message in Excel using a simple formula, VLOOKUP, and RANDBETWEEN functions. It also suggests some fun ideas for randomized messages and includes a tip on merging cells. The article is a straightforward solution without the use of macros or buttons.

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    Create a List Box That Determines Values to SUM in Excel

    3 months ago

    Demonstrates how to use a list box to toggle between two different sum scenarios in Excel, using the SUMIF and IF functions. It provides a step-by-step guide with screenshots and formula breakdown, aimed at Excel users who want to simplify their data analysis.

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    Using the SUMIF Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Provides a comprehensive tutorial on using the SUMIF function in Excel. It covers the basics of the function syntax and includes examples of how to use the function, with practical applications for data analysis and reporting.

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    How to Assign Checkboxes With a Macro in Excel

    3 months ago

    Teaches you how to assign checkboxes to cells in Excel using a macro. The article explains how to activate the developer tab, insert a checkbox, and enter VBA code to automate the checkbox assignment process. This is useful for those who want to save time when a lot of these objects need assigned.

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    Use an AI Photo Generator for Free

    3 months ago

    Explores the use of an AI art generator called DALL·E, which uses deep learning algorithms to automate content creation. The author explains how users can type a description of objects, people, environments, or anything they want to see, and generate an image.

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    Display Table Data With the TAKE Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use Excel's TAKE function to display table data. It covers the syntax of the function, provides examples, and highlights practical applications, including copying formatting and extracting specific parts of text input.

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    Automate Excel Reports With the CONCAT Function

    3 months ago

    provides a step-by-step guide on how to create an automated script for an Excel report using the CONCAT function and other functions. The tutorial includes creating a customized report using values from a planned vs. actual report and using the VLOOKUP function to pull data.

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    Rank PVA Deviations in Excel

    3 months ago

    Shows how to use Excel to rank PVA deviations and gain insights into data. Provides step-by-step instructions on displaying deviation, inserting the RANK function, and adding a color scale. The RANK function and color scale help identify high to low PVA deviations, making it a valuable technique.

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    Accounting 101 for the Beginner: Basic Concepts

    3 months ago

    This article emphasizes the significance of accounting and understanding the financial aspects of organizations. It covers the three primary activities of the accounting information systems in financial accounting and managerial accounting.

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    Create a Macro to Delete All Photos in an Excel Spreadsheet

    3 months ago

    Provides readers with a step-by-step tutorial on how to use macros to delete all images in an Excel sheet quickly. The author explains how this process can save time and includes screenshots to help readers visualize the steps. Additionally, the article includes code examples.

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    Snip a Range to Clipboard With a Macro Button in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Demonstrates how to automate the process of snipping a range in Microsoft Excel for Mac and copying it to the clipboard using a macro button. The tutorial covers making the developer tab available, assigning a macro to a button, modifying code, and saving the workbook as macro-enabled.

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    How to Use the LOOKUP Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    A comprehensive guide on using the LOOKUP function in Microsoft Excel. It explains the syntax and arguments of the function, provides practical examples of its use, and demonstrates how to insert it using the function library. The article also highlights the benefits of using LOOKUP function.

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    How to Use the SUMPRODUCT Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Explains the purpose and syntax of the SUMPRODUCT function in Microsoft Excel. It provides a simple example of how to use it to find the total cost of multiple items. It also explains how to insert the function using an insert tool from the formulas tab for someone that needs more help.

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    How to Filter and Sort Data in Microsoft Excel

    3 months ago

    This article provides a thorough guide on how to sort and filter data in Microsoft Excel. The author emphasizes the importance of filtering and sorting to reveal trends and anomalies in raw data. The article includes step-by-step instructions on enabling and using sort and filter capabilities.

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    How to Use the SWITCH Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Teaches readers how to use the SWITCH function in Microsoft Excel. The article explains the function's purpose, syntax, and provides a practical example of how to use it.

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    Understanding the STAR Interview Method

    3 months ago

    This is a comprehensive guide to using the STAR Method in interviews. It highlights the importance of the method in answering behavioral-type interview questions and provides a step-by-step process for using it. It covers each section of the STAR Method in detail and provides tips for preparation.

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    Find Factorial Using the FACT Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the FACT function in Excel for Mac to calculate factorials, and highlights its practical applications in various fields.

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    Use a Date Picker in Excel

    3 months ago

    A step-by-step guide to using the Mini Calendar and Date Picker add-in for Excel. The guide covers how to install the add-in, use the calendar to fill in dates, and adjust calendar settings. The article is helpful for anyone looking to simplify their Excel task that involves adding dates in Excel.

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    Watch YouTube Videos in Excel

    3 months ago

    A step-by-step guide on how to install and use a YouTube add-in for Excel. It provides instructions for entering a video URL, resizing and moving the video player, and customizing video settings. The article offers tips on how to remove the add-in and paste multiple players into a workbook.

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    How to Use the ISTEXT Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains the syntax and purpose of Excel's ISTEXT function to check if a cell contains text values. The article provides examples of the function's usage and step-by-step instructions on how to insert it into a cell using the formula builder.

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    How to Use the SHEET Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    This article explains how to use the SHEET function in Excel for Mac. The article covers the function's purpose, syntax, and how to add it to a cell, along with examples of how to use it with different arguments. Additional considerations, such as inclusion and error returns, are also covered.

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    How to Use the ARRAYTOTEXT Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains the syntax and purpose of the function, which returns the text representation of an array of data in Excel. It provides examples and step-by-step instructions on how to use the function with different formats, making it helpful for Excel for Mac users.

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    How to Use the TODAY Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the TODAY function in Microsoft Excel for Mac to display the current date. The article provides a step-by-step guide on manually inputting the function, along with an example formula and practical application for use. For one who needs to use formulas referencing the curren date.

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    How to Use the BIN2OCT Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the BIN2OCT function step-by-step in Microsoft Excel for Mac with examples and syntax provided. The function is used to convert a binary number to an octal number with a specified number of placeholders.

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    Excel Vlookup Function in Visual Basic

    3 months ago

    Explains how to automate tasks in Microsoft Excel by using the Vlookup function through Visual Basic applications. It provides step-by-step instructions and code examples for creating a macro using the view Macros button in Excel. The article assumes prior knowledge of the Vlookup function.

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    How to Use the AVEDEV Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains the purpose and syntax of the AVEDEV function to calculate the mean absolute deviation of a data set. It also provides examples of how to use the function in Excel for Mac.

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    Create a Running Clock in Excel With a Macro

    3 months ago

    Explains how to create a clock in an Excel workbook using Visual Basic code. It covers how to create a macro, attach it to a button, and format the clock to display the time and date in a specific format. This includes showing the date and time for different time zones.

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    How to Use the CHAR Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the CHAR function in Microsoft Excel for Mac. The function displays an array of characters using description numbers to identify them. The article provides instructions on how to input the function manually and through the formula builder.

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    How to Use the VALUETOTEXT Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the VALUETOTEXT function in Excel for Mac to convert a numeric value to a text format. It covers the function's syntax, arguments, and provides examples that cover how to use it. The article also includes step-by-step instructions on how to insert the function with tips.

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    How to Use the BAHTTEXT Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains the purpose and syntax of the BAHTTEXT function, and provides step-by-step instructions on how to use it in Excel on a Mac for converting numbers into Thai text.

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    How to Use the SQRT Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Shows you how to use Excel's SQRT function to calculate the square root of a number. It provides syntax explanations, examples, and practical applications of the function for mathematical, financial, and engineering calculations.

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    How to Use the FISHER Function in Excel for Mac

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the FISHER function in Excel for completing a Fisher z transformation for Pearson's correlation coefficient. It includes the function's purpose, syntax, steps to insert it, and an example of its use. The article also explains the inverse of the FISHER function or FISHERINV.

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    How to Use the COUNTIFS Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Explains how to use the COUNTIFS function in Microsoft Excel to count cells based on a condition or set of conditions. The article covers the syntax of the COUNTIFS function and provides examples of how it can be used in a spreadsheet. Step-by-step instructions on its use are shown in detail.

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    New James Webb Images From NASA

    3 months ago

    Provides a glimpse of the latest images from the James Webb telescope launched on Dec 25th, 2021, showcasing the most detailed astronomy imagery ever seen with combined efforts of NASA, CSA, and ESA.

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    How to Use the SUBSTITUTE Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    The article explains how to use the SUBSTITUTE function in Microsoft Excel to replace text characters or specific characters in a string. It provides instructions on the function's syntax, including the text, old_text, new_text, and instance_num arguments.

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    How to Add a Combo Box to a Word Document on a Mac

    3 months ago

    Provides step-by-step guide on adding a combo box to a Word document. It explains how to activate the combo box and add the Developer tab before inserting the combo box, editing properties, and enabling it. The article is geared towards Mac users who want to add form-type styling to their document.

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    Completing Screenshot on a Mac

    3 months ago

    The article provides step-by-step instructions for capturing different types of screen images using macOS. The article covers partial screen capture, window/menu capture, and full-screen capture from the screen recorder. Each method is explained with illustrations and the right keyboard shortcuts.

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    Origins of the Name Liam

    3 months ago

    Explores the history and cultural significance of the name Liam, from its Germanic roots to its modern-day popularity in the US, Canada, and the UK. It discusses the name's etymology, evolution, and famous people named Liam.

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    How to Use the STOCKHISTORY Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    Guides readers on how to use Microsoft Excel's STOCKHISTORY function to view a company's stock history with a choice of the type of historical interval. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to insert the function, avoid common errors, and add a graph to visualize the data.

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    How to Return the Last Cell Value of a Column Using Excel

    3 months ago

    This article demonstrates how to use Excel's INDEX and COUNT functions to obtain the last value entered in a row or column. The article also includes an example of how this can be useful and provides tips on how to avoiding errors.

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    What Are Sales Promotions?

    3 months ago

    This article discusses sales promotions and marketing strategies to generate consumer demand. It covers different types of sales promotions, including discounts, coupons, free samples, buy one get one free offers, and more.

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    How to Write a Check - For Generation Z

    3 months ago

    The article offers a detailed guide on writing checks. This includes filling in fields that involve dating, addressing, payment amount, memo, and signing. The article targets the younger generation and emphasizes the importance of mastering the skill and is for any young person that needs the skill.

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    Create a Macro Button in Excel to Copy Cells

    3 months ago

    Guide on how to create a macro button in Excel that automates copying cells, with the option to display a message box. The article covers displaying the Developer tab, adding a command button, running a macro to copy cells, and displaying a message box of copied cell value.

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    3 Ways to Create a List Box in Excel

    3 months ago

    Provides step-by-step instructions for creating a list box in Excel using three different methods. This includes creating a list box from a range of values, using a named range, and using hidden values. This article is for anyone that needs consistent data going into specific cells.

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    How to Use the ROUNDUP Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    A guide on how to use the ROUNDUP function in Excel. It explains that the function is used to round up a number to a specified decimal place and provides practical examples of its usage, including rounding cell references and calculations.

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    What Is the Current Ratio?

    3 months ago

    Provides an explanation of the current ratio and its importance in analyzing a company's ability to pay off current liabilities with current assets. It includes a calculation example, an interpretation of results, industry standards, and suggestions for improving the current ratio.

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    How to Convert a PDF to Word With Adobe Acrobat DC

    3 months ago

    Explains how to convert PDF documents to Word documents using Adobe Acrobat DC. The tutorial is comprised of four simple steps to covert to PDF including selecting the export tool, choosing an export location and file name. The article also offers a brief section on converting Word documents to PDF.

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    How to Change Image Size in Adobe Photoshop

    3 months ago

    A step-by-step guide on resizing images in Photoshop. The article highlights the importance of resizing images for web development and graphic design and provides clear instructions, including screenshots, on how to import, check dimensions, change dimensions, and export the resized.

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    Create a Button in Excel That Opens Another Document

    3 months ago

    This article teaches readers how to create a button in Excel that opens another document. It includes step-by-step instructions, emphasizes the importance of testing and updating the document path, and is useful for students and professionals alike.

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    How to Use the TEXT Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    This article explains how to use the TEXT function in Excel to manipulate values using formatting options. It provides examples of situations where the function can be applied, such as formatting numbers as dates, dollar amounts, percentages, and decimals.

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    How to Use the SUM Function in Excel

    3 months ago

    A comprehensive guide to using the SUM function in Microsoft Excel. The article explains the purpose and syntax of the function, as well as different ways to apply it practically in Excel, such as summing a range of data and using cell references.

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    How to Make a Copy of an Excel Worksheet

    3 months ago

    Offers two methods for duplicating an Excel worksheet: copying and pasting the data and creating a copy from the sheet tab. The author provides step-by-step instructions for each method. Tips are offered for selecting the appropriate pasting option. For one that needs assistance copying worksheets.

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    How to Remove Duplicates in Excel

    3 months ago

    Teaches readers how to remove duplicates from data in Excel using both the automated tool and manual filtering method. The step-by-step instructions make it easy to understand and implement, and the article is helpful for anyone who works with Excel.

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    Create Buttons to Open Worksheets in Excel

    3 months ago

    Teaches you how to create navigation buttons in Excel to move between worksheets using two methods: using shapes with hyperlinks and using command buttons and macros. The article provides step-by-step instructions with screenshots to make the process easy to follow for Excel users.

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    What Is HTML5?

    3 months ago

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    How to Create a Scatter Plot in Excel

    3 months ago

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    How to Find Out Your Version of Microsoft Excel

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    How to Link Stock Quotes to an Excel File

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