In our work-field, we often face the necessity to create some random numbers for various reasons. Sometimes it is for making a pin number for accessing something or a random password for someone to access a website, or a code to get certain service from someone or somewhere. But it is not that...
Using the Left and Right functions in Excel will make you much more efficient. They are a great way to extract data from inside a cell.
The Insert Tab of Microsoft Excel 2007 is important as it helps you to insert objects like tables, pictures, charts, hyperlinks, symbols among others. It has been discussed thoroughly here.
Step by step guide to password protecting and encrypting spreadsheets, worksheets and cell ranges as well as preventing the deletion, moving and copying of worksheets in Excel 2007 and Excel 2010.
Using PMT, PPMT, IPMT, IF and IFERROR functions in Excel, we create an amortization schedule to calculate repayments / over payments as well as the amount of interest and principal paid on a mortgage.
Knowing how to use the IF function can save you a lot of time while working with data that needs to be graded. IF condition tests if a condition is true or false and then displays expected results.
Though rarely used, it is important to know much about these two menus. There are some vital commands in both that you need to know as an Excel Program user.
Format menu of Excel 2003 helps us to format the cells and the entire worksheet. It is through this menu that you can be able to change things like font, font colour, and font size of Excel document.
SUMPRODUCT in Excel 2007 and Excel 2010 allows you to multiply data from multiple data ranges and then sum the result. It can be used, for example, to calculate stock levels or sales commissions.
Forms created in Excel 2007 and Excel 2010 using ActiveX List Boxes allow you to enter data into Excel quickly, easily and with a minimum of errors. A Command Button is also used to complete the form.