Forward Referencing and Backward Referencing
Minimizing the Used Range
# Use one worksheet. It is faster to keep lookups and data on the same sheet.
# Whenever you can, SORT the data first (SORT is very fast), and use approximate match.
# When you must use an exact match lookup, restrict the range of cells to be scanned to a minimum. Use dynamic range names rather than referring to a very large number of rows or columns. Sometimes you can pre-calculate a lower-range limit and upper-range limit for the lookup.
by heidimariahelena 6 years ago
The question re: sending an excel spreadsheet follows, etc. Thank you.Hello, I have an excel spreadsheet that I attached to an email in google chrome . I now find out it has to be sent from Microsoft. I went to send to, put in the info they asked for, sent it to my email to test...
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
....to include an Excel spreadsheet into a hub? I find that the 'tables' tool is not always the ideal choice, given that the column width cannot be adjusted, and if you have several columns, then folks need to scroll across to see the entire thing, and that is not desirable, in my opinion.
by Kate Swanson 6 years ago
There's an easy way to check if your Hubs have been stolen.1. Go to the "my account" page and click on "export csv" at the top left of your Hub list. You'll get an Excel spreadsheet with a list of the URL's of all your Hubs.2. Go to Copyscape.com and sign...
by Andria 9 years ago
Does anyone know how they work?I'm in possession of excel qualifications but it's sooooolong since I had to use a spreadsheet, I've forgotten most of what I learned.Does any hubber folk know of an idiots guide? Probably due tothe fact that I have stored the info somewhere - I may be able to unlock...
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