Excel

Creating an Excel table

Excel tables: How to perfectly format your data

Excel is a powerful tool for formatting, analyzing and presenting your data. Excel lets you create tables that perfectly organize groups of data and provide useful features like sorting and filtering functions, for example. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create Excel tables and tailor them to your individual needs.

Removing Excel Duplicates

Deleting Duplicates in Excel: How it Works

The Microsoft program Excel makes storing and processing data a piece of cake. But the more entries are added to a table, the greater the chance that some values are duplicated in the process. Excel offers a function for removing duplicates to solve this problem with ease. This allows you to delete redundant double entries with just a few clicks.

Editing an Excel drop-down list

Editing an Excel drop-down list

Drop-down lists allow you to configure tables in Excel in a way that is more professional, easier and less prone to errors. However, like anything else in day-to-day work, drop-down menus also have to be changed now and again. For this reason, we are going to explain how to edit Excel drop-down lists so you can adapt their content and appearance and add useful information for other users.

Excel SEARCH function

Excel SEARCH: tips for using the Excel SEARCH function

The SEARCH function in Excel gives you the ability to quickly perform complex analyses of large data sets, clean up your data, and stay on top of your documents. When used correctly, the Excel SEARCH function is a highly effective tool. In this overview, you’ll learn more about how to use this convenient feature.

Excel: Find and replace

Excel: Find and Replace – made simple

Microsoft’s favorite spreadsheet software offers a plethora of useful features and tools. Among the most important commands are “Find” and “Replace.” We’ll show you how they work step-by-step. In addition, this article offers tips and tricks to search for unknown values using placeholders.

Conditional formatting in Excel

Excel: conditional formatting – what is it?

Excel’s conditional formatting is a useful feature to visually distinguish and analyze your data. This type of Excel formatting allows you to emphasize cells according to certain conditions. Conditions are predefined using specified values or formulas. But how does it work? And how is conditional formatting applied in Excel?

IF OR function in Excel

How to use the IF OR function in Excel

Using a combination of the IF function and the OR function, you can perform specific evaluations in Excel in which you can define multiple conditions in the same function. Therefore, the return value will be “TRUE” if either one of the conditions is met. We will explain when and how to use the IF OR formula in Excel using simple examples.

Excel IF AND formula

IF AND in Excel: Everything you need to know

If you want to evaluate your data with regard to multiple criteria, the combination of the Excel functions IF and AND may be of use to you. Based on whether the conditions you defined are met or not, Excel will return a result of your choosing. Keep reading to find out how and when to use Excel’s IF AND formula.


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