Excel tutorials, functions and advanced formula examples, page 2

How to create Outlook drafts with attachments and use them as email templates

This guide shows one more handy method of sending attachments in Outlook on the basis of Shared Email Templates. Continue reading

Set up dependent drop-down list for multiple rows in Excel

The introduction of dynamic arrays has made our lives as Excel users a lot easier. Among many other things, they significantly simplify the creation of dynamic drop down lists that you can copy across multiple rows. Continue reading

How to use Outlook drafts as email templates

Learn how to create drafts in Outlook and remove or restore them if necessary. Also, you’ll see the way to turn your drafts into templates to ease and hasten your Outlook correspondence. Continue reading

Excel FV function to calculate future value

Building your personal and corporate finances requires thorough planning. One of the most important factors of success is understanding how much an investment made today will grow to in the future. That is called the future value of investment, and this tutorial will teach you how to calculate it in Excel. Continue reading

Video series: 3 quick ways to merge multiple Google sheets

There's a perfect solution we all seek to combine data from multiple sheets: open the table, make 3 mouse clicks at most, and get the exact desired result without any extra tools or adjustments. But until there's an AI like in movies, we have to use other software at hands. Today I will show you 3 powerful add-ons that will help you combine several Google sheets into one. Continue reading

Attach a file from URL to Outlook email messages

Here is one more post continuing the topic of how to attach files to email messages in Outlook. Let’s discuss what steps we need to take in order to attach a file from URL and how exactly it works in Shared Email Templates add-in. Continue reading

5 ways to do VLOOKUP in Excel - which is fastest?

If your tables have only a few dozen rows, then most likely any method will be fast enough, and you won't notice the difference. But if the number of rows in your tables is measured in thousands, the correct choice of the function is crucial - the difference in performance can be more than 10 times! Continue reading

Excel RATE function: formula examples to calculate interest rate

Financial decisions are important part of business strategy and planning. In everyday life, we also have quite a lot of financial decisions to make. For such scenarios, Excel provides the RATE function that will help you calculate an interest rate for a specific period. Continue reading

Attach SharePoint files to Outlook email using Shared Email Templates

The current blog post is devoted to attaching SharePoint files to an Outlook email. I will also describe how to apply a special macro in Shared Email Templates for Outlook and use it within your team templates. Continue reading

How to attach OneDrive file to Outlook emails using Shared Email Templates

This is a short guide on how to quickly attach a OneDrive file to your Outlook email using a macro in Shared Email Templates for Outlook. Continue reading

LARGE IF formula in Excel: find highest values with criteria

While working with numeric data in Excel, you may often need to get the highest numbers based on criteria. The bad news is that the LARGEIF function does not exist in Excel. The good news is that you can easily construct your own LARGE IF formula. Continue reading

How to highlight top or bottom 3, 5, 10 values in Excel

In case you want to bring focus to the highest or lowest N values in a dataset, the best way is to highlight them in different colors. This article will teach you how to do this with Excel's presets and create your own conditional formatting rule based on formula. Continue reading

How to add picture to Outlook emails from URL or clipboard

Let’s check out a few more quick ways to insert pictures in Outlook messages. You’ll see how to paste images from a URL and clipboard, compare those methods and decide which one works better for you. Continue reading

How to find top or bottom N values in Excel

Want to identify the highest or lowest values in a column or row? Need to return not only the values themselves but their names too? With this tutorial, you will learn how to find top 3, 5, 10 or n values in a dataset and retrieve matching data. Continue reading

Add a picture from SharePoint to Outlook emails using a special macro

I’d like to tell you some more about inserting pictures in Outlook emails. As our Shared Email Templates supports SharePoint, I’ll tell you about this platform, teach you placing images there and show how to insert them in an Outlook message. Continue reading

Conditional formatting for Outlook email templates

Interested in changing the default font color to any of your favorites in an Outlook email as quickly as possible? Shared Email Templates can do the trick and this article will show how. Continue reading

How to insert OneDrive images in Outlook email templates

Today we are going to have a closer look at our Shared Email Templates add-in and learn more about its super-useful options to add pictures. I’ve prepared a set of tutorials for you where I’ll walk you through the entire process, show you different approaches for inserting images and tell you the pros and cons of each of them. Continue reading

Excel LARGE function with formula examples to get n-th highest value

When analyzing a set of numbers, it often makes sense to find the biggest ones. Getting the highest value is super-easy with the MAX function. When it comes to targeting a specific largest value, say the 2nd or the 3rd biggest number in a dataset, the LARGE function comes in handy. Continue reading

Excel SMALL IF formula to find Nth lowest value with criteria

Trying to get a bottom value based on one or more conditions? Just use the SMALL function together with IF. This tutorial shows how to build such a formula and explains its internal logic, so that you could easily decipher the formula and adjust for your needs. Continue reading

Excel SMALL function with examples to find and highlight bottom values

Need to find a few lowest numbers in a worksheet? This is quite easy to do with the Excel Sort feature. Do not want to re-sort your data with every change? The SMALL function will help you quickly find the lowest value, second lowest, third lowest, and so on. Continue reading

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