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Wondering how to get better at Excel? Whether you’re a new user or a pro, these are some easy steps to help you quickly master new skills.Read More
Looking to make work easier? Instead of trying to do it all, focus on learning these nine useful advanced Excel functions.Read More
Let’s say you need to take an amount and split it evenly into monthly columns. For example, perhaps you need to recognize revenue over time. Or, perhaps you have spent some money and you need to allocate the expense over time. There are other illustrations, but the basic idea is that you have a total…Read More
In this post, we’ll create two data validation drop-down cells that provide the ability to select From and To dates based on the transaction dates stored in the source data. This will ensure that the date selections fall within a valid range of dates, that is, those months with data in the table. This technique…Read More
If you have ever needed to allocate an amount over time, and split the amount into monthly columns based on the number of days, you’ll quickly realize that this simple idea is tricky to actually implement. As with anything in Excel, there are many ways to accomplish this task, and this post walks through one…Read More
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…Read More