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Google Sheets Chart Tutorial

Whether you analyze business indicators, make presentation or write a report, charts and graphs will help your audience to understand complex dependencies and regularities. This tutorial will teach you different ways to build charts and graphs in Google Sheets to make your presentations informative and impressive. Continue reading

Back to Basics: Google Sheets for newbies

It's not a secret that most people are used to work with the data tables in MS Excel. However, now it has a worthy competitor. Allow us to introduce you to Google Sheets. Continue reading

Google Sheets VLOOKUP with examples

A widespread opinion is that VLOOKUP is one of the most difficult and obscure functions. But that's not true! In fact, it's easy to do VLOOKUP in Google Sheets, and in a moment you will make sure of it. Continue reading

Google Spreadsheet COUNTIF function with formula examples

We continue exploring the possibilities of Google Spreadsheets with COUNTIF function. Learn why you may need it and how it can be applied to your daily work with the tables. Continue reading

Google Sheets IF function - usage and formula examples

Get to know Google Sheets IF function better with this tutorial: when is it used, how does it work and how it contributes to a much simpler data processing. Formula examples are included! Continue reading

Google Sheets pivot table tutorial - make your job easier

Pivot table Google Sheets can help you to represent your data in a more convenient and presentable form. Continue reading

How to get more Google Docs templates

When creating typical documents like an invoice or resume, you can get a much bigger choice of templates than the standard few files. Let's look at the add-ons that provide nice Google Docs templates and well-organized Google Sheets templates, learn how you can quickly replace custom fields and work with your docs more efficiently. Continue reading

Excel online or Google Sheets: choosing online solution for your tables

Work online is a commodity that is slowly turning into a necessity. If you want to take your tables to the cloud, consider the most popular spreadsheet solutions: Google Sheets and Excel online. In this blog post I will try to list the main differences in the features they provide. Continue reading

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