Excel: featured articles
- Сompare 2 columns in Excel for matches and differences
- Compare 2 Excel files/sheets for differences
- Merge multiple sheets into one
- Merge Excel rows without losing data
- Merge 2 columns in Excel
- Excel DATEDIF - calculating date difference in days, weeks, years
- How to use Find and Replace in Excel most efficiently
- Compare two columns and remove duplicates
- Change text case to UPPERCASE, lowercase, Proper Case
- Count distinct and unique values in Excel
- Сreate calendar in Excel (drop-down and printable)
- Excel INDEX / MATCH functions instead of VLOOKUP
- COUNTIF in Excel - count if not blank, greater than, duplicate or unique
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Looking up a specific value within a dataset is one of the most common tasks in Excel. And yet, there exists no "universal" lookup formula suited for all situations. In this tutorial, you will find an overview of the most popular Excel Lookup functions with formula examples and in-depth tutorials linked for your reference. Continue reading
When subtracting and adding time in Excel, you may sometimes want to display the resulting time intervals over 24 hours in the hh:mm format, over 60 minutes in the mm:ss format, and over 60 seconds in the ss format. The task is a lot easier than it may sound, and you will know the solution in a moment. Continue reading
Spreadsheets today aren't just static documents with data carefully managed on one computer. With Google Sheets and Excel's companion web app, your spreadsheets can get work done while you're away. Learn how you can automatically pull your data into a Google Sheets spreadsheet and set up workflows with Zapier. Continue reading
Hyperlinks are widely used on the Internet to navigate between web-sites. In your Excel worksheets, you can easily create such links too. In addition, you can insert a hyperlink to go to another cell, sheet or workbook, to open a new Excel file or create an email message. Continue reading
There are many ways to create a hyperlink in Excel. If you plan to insert many identical or similar hyperlinks, the fastest way is to use a Hyperlink formula, which makes it easier to insert, copy and edit hyperlinks. Continue reading
Microsoft Excel provides a handful of different ways to change column width and adjust row height. The easiest way to resize cells is to have Excel automatically determine how much to widen or narrow the column and to expand or collapse the row to match the data size. Continue reading
Microsoft Excel provides a variety of ways to manipulate the column width – you can resize columns using the mouse, set the width to a specific number or have it adjusted automatically to accommodate the data. In this tutorial, you will find the detailed information about all these methods. Continue reading
When using Microsoft Excel for data analysis, you may often find yourself in situations when you need to get all matches based on a specific id, name, email address or some other unique identifier. An immediate solution that comes to mind is using the Excel VLOOKUP function, but the problem is that it can only return a single match. Continue reading