I am excited to announce the launch of Excel University Interactive! Up until now, the Excel U content was delivered only through a book format (both paperback and digital). Starting now, the content is officially available as an online interactive group study format as well. This course is the result of a project I started […]
The SUMIFS function is for sure, without a doubt, one of my most favorite Excel functions of all time. I’m sure I use it in well over half of my workbooks, and it is a must-know function for Excel users. I’ll try to get you warmed up, but just know that this post only gets […]
As you probably know, I like converting manual input cells to formula cells in Excel. To me, the more I can delegate to Excel the better off I am. Some workbooks can benefit by automatically computing the last day of the month, eliminating one more manual input cell. As you also know, it seems that […]
Have you ever worked in a workbook with only a few worksheets…say three or four sheets? Navigating to the correct sheet is fast and easy, and you spend very little time getting to the spot you need to be to do your work. Have you ever worked in a workbook with more sheets? Say, 10, […]
Thanks to Excel’s PMT function, computing the monthly payment of a loan with various terms is easy. In summary, you provide the function with the basic loan information, including the loan amount, the interest rate, and the term, and the function will compute the payment. You provide this basic loan information to the function through […]
Overview Starting with Excel 2007, Microsoft enhanced the Excel Cell Styles feature providing great built-in choices and flexibility. The purpose of this post is to briefly discuss the styles feature and demonstrate how it can be used in conjunction with worksheet protection.