Excel table

How to convert table to a normal range in Excel and turn data range into a table

Table is one of the most useful things in Excel that makes managing, calculating and updating data a lot easier. Under certain circumstances, however, a table format may not suite your needs. This short tutorial will teach you how to turn a table into a normal range without losing your data. Continue reading

How to remove table formatting in Excel

By default, Excel tables are equipped with a number of great features including predefined table styles. In some situations, however, you may want to remove formatting keeping all other functionality of a table. This tutorial will teach you how to quickly do that. Continue reading

How to create a table in Excel

At the surface, an Excel table just sounds like a way to organize data. In truth, this generic name covers a ton of useful features. Tables containing hundreds or even thousands of rows and columns can be instantly recalculated and totaled, sorted and filtered, updated with new information and reformatted, summarized with pivot tables and exported. Continue reading

Structured reference in Excel tables

One of the most useful features of Excel tables are structured references. When you have just stumbled upon a special syntax for referencing tables, it may look boring and confusing, but after experimenting a bit you will surely see how useful and cool this feature is. Continue reading

How to join tables in Excel: Power Query vs. Merge Tables Wizard

Combining data from multiple tables is one of the most daunting tasks in Excel. If you decide to do it manually, you may spend hours only to find out that you've messed up important information. The good news for all Excel users - Power Query or Merge Tables Wizard can be your time-saver. Continue reading

How to merge two or more tables in Excel

It is a very common situation when different pieces of data are dispersed across many worksheets and workbooks. Fortunately, Excel provides a few tools to combine data from multiple tables into one, and this tutorial will teach you how to use these tools most effectively. Continue reading

How to make and use a data table in Excel

You have built a complex formula dependent on multiple variables and want to know how changing those inputs changes the results. Instead of testing each variable individually, set up a What-if analysis data table and observe all the possibilities with a quick glance! Continue reading

Excel table styles and formatting: how to apply, change and remove

After you have created a table in Excel, what's the first thing you would like to do with it? Make it look exactly the way you want! Luckily, Microsoft Excel provides a variety of predefined table styles that let you apply or change the table formatting in a click. Continue reading

Excel table: end-to-end tutorial with examples

Excel table is one of the most useful and powerful features that is often overlooked or underestimated. You may get along without Excel tables just fine until you stumble upon them. And then you realize you've been missing an awesome thing that could save much of your time and make your life a lot easier. Continue reading

How to convert Excel tables to HTML

If you created a pretty Excel table and now want to publish it online as a web page, the simplest way is to export it to an old good html file. In this article, we are going to explore several ways of converting Excel data to HTML, determine pros and cons of each, and walk you through the conversion process step-by-step. Continue reading