Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel

Spreadsheet editor, part of microsoft office

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Dave Johnson
February 11, 2021
Business Insider
You can split cells into columns in Excel using the "Text to Columns" tool, which is a great way to organize lots of data.
Mara Leighton
February 5, 2021
Business Insider
Whether you want more comprehensive spreadsheets or to move into a data analysis field, learning Excel can help you move up in your career.
Anasuya Menon
January 24, 2021
The Hindu
Business analyst Mohammed Alfan feels that the world underestimates the potential of Microsoft Excel, and is seeking to unleash it through YouTube videos and his book
Sandy Writtenhouse
December 9, 2020
How-To Geek
If you need stock market data for your spreadsheet, you can save time and get up-to-date information with the built-in Stocks data type in Microsoft Excel. Here's how to populate your sheet with details like ticker symbols, market caps, previous close, and more.
Sandy Writtenhouse
December 7, 2020
How-To Geek
If you're building a spreadsheet to share with others or simply one for your own tracking, using a checklist can make data entry a breeze in Microsoft Excel. Here's how to create a checklist in your spreadsheet and make it look like your own.
Bryan Clark
December 2, 2020
How-To Geek
Creating random data to fill an Excel workbook is as simple as adding a few little-known formulas. These formulas come in handy when honing your Microsoft Excel skills, as they give you fake data to practice with before you risk mistakes with the real thing.
Jim Hall
December 2, 2020
www.cloudsavvyit.com
The spreadsheet you are probably most familiar with is Microsoft Excel. But have you ever wondered why Excel looks and acts the way that it does? Why does Excel arrange data in a grid of cells? Why are columns identified by letters, and rows by numbers? The answer, like most things in IT, is because of compatibility.
Jon Martindale
November 24, 2020
Digital Trends
Sending Excel files containing crucial financial and business data has risks. To add a layer of protection, you should learn to password protect an Excel file.
Jennifer Allen
November 18, 2020
Digital Trends
Rounding up the best Black Friday wireless keyboards and offering advice on what to look for when making a purchase.
Bryan Clark
November 16, 2020
How-To Geek
Microsoft Excel may be known for complex calculations and formulas, but it's no slouch at simple arithmetic. There are a number of ways to find solutions to simple math problems, like finding the sum of numbers in multiple cells.
Sandy Writtenhouse
November 11, 2020
How-To Geek
Instead of researching and updating geographical data in your spreadsheets, save time by using the tools provided to you by Microsoft. The built-in Geography feature in Microsoft Excel will do the heavy lifting for you.
Thor Olavsrud
October 22, 2020
CIO
Insights from data and machine learning algorithms can be invaluable, but mistakes can cost you reputation, revenue, or even lives. These high-profile analytics and AI blunders illustrate what can go wrong.
Timothy B. Lee
October 5, 2020
Ars Technica
Lost data was reportedly the result of Excel's limit of 1,048,576 rows.
BBC News
October 5, 2020
BBC News
But the health secretary says the glitch "has not substantially changed" ministers' Covid-19 assessments.
Lucas Matney
August 22, 2020
TechCrunch
Few topics garner cheers and groans quite as quickly as the no-code software explosion. While investors seem uniformly bullish on toolsets that streamline and automate processes that once required a decent amount of technical know-how, not everyone seems to think that the product class is much of a new phenomenon. On one hand, basic tools [...]
Natasha Lomas
July 15, 2020
TechCrunch
Layer is not trying to replace Excel or Google Sheets. Instead the Berlin-based productivity startup wants to make life easier for those whose job entails wrangling massive spreadsheets and managing data inputs from across an organization -- such as for budgeting, financial reporting or HR functions -- by adding a granular control access layer on [...]
J.R. Bookwalter
May 19, 2020
Macworld
Save file lists in Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers and Pages-friendly CSV (Comma-Separated Values), TSV (Tab-Separated Values), and even HTML formats.
JD Sartain
May 7, 2020
PCWorld
How to deal with "Out of memory," "Not enough system resources," and more.
Roman Loyola
March 22, 2020
Macworld
Numbers has the ability to open Excel files so you can work on them. You can also export spreadsheets in Numbers so that they are compatible with Excel.
Jordan Minor
February 7, 2020
Geek.com
One of the reasons why I love Super Mario Maker, or really any video game with a robust level editor, is seeing how far dedicated individuals will push the tools. I live to ...
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