Excel tutorials, functions and advanced formula examples, page 2

Random sort in Excel: shuffle cells, rows and columns

Microsoft Excel provides a handful of different sorting options including ascending or descending order, by color or icon, and custom sort. However, it lacks one important feature - random sort. This tutorial will teach you a couple of easy ways to shuffle data in Excel. Continue reading

How to add and use filters in Google Sheets

When you analyze your tables in Google Sheets, very often you need only a limited amount of information, while the table may contain dozens of additional datasets. Here's your chance to learn how to filter your data in Google Sheets. Continue reading

Header and footer in Excel: how to insert, edit and remove

To make your worksheets look more stylish and professional, you can include a header or footer on each printed page of your document. Microsoft Excel provides a handful of predefined headers and footers to choose from, as well as allows creating your own ones. Continue reading

Google and Mozilla vs Symantec: Certificate Wars

Before publishing the upcoming updates of our products, I want to inform our users about possible issues they may encounter when installing the updates. But these issues are not consequences of our flaws. Continue reading

How to separate names in Excel: split first and last name into different columns

It is a very common situation in Excel that your worksheet contains a column of full names, and you want to split the first and last names into separate columns. The task can be accomplished in three different ways - by using the Text to Columns feature, formulas, and Split Names tool. Continue reading

Columns in Google Sheets - split text to columns and convert columns to rows

I'd like to share with you a few more pieces of advice about columns in Google Sheets. If you ever needed to split the content from one column into separate ones or turn the table around so that columns become rows, this is your lucky day. Today I'm going to reveal a few quick tips on how to do that. Continue reading

How to group rows in Excel to make them collapsible and expandable

Worksheets with a lot of complex and detailed information are difficult to view and read. Luckily, Microsoft Excel provides an easy way to organize data in groups allowing you to collapse and expand rows with similar content to create more compact and understandable views. Continue reading

Columns in Google Sheets - move, merge, hide and freeze columns in a spreadsheet

Today I invite you to learn a little bit more about columns in Google Sheets. Did you know that you can move and hide columns in your spreadsheet? And what about freezing and merging them? Let's explore these functions together! Continue reading

Very hidden sheets in Excel

As everyone knows, an Excel worksheet can be visible or hidden. As a matter of fact, it can be visible, hidden, or very hidden. This tutorial clarifies the difference and explains how to make a worksheet very hidden and how to view very hidden sheets. Continue reading

How to hide sheets in Excel

Normally, when you open Excel, you can see all sheet tabs at the bottom of your workbook. But what if you don't want all of your worksheets to be there? Fortunately, you can easily hide as many sheets as you like as long as at least one spreadsheet remains visible. Continue reading

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