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Hello there! Are you looking to learn how to filter in Excel? You’ve come to the right place! Filtering is an incredibly useful feature in Excel that allows you to quickly and easily sort through large amounts of data to find exactly what you’re looking for. In this article, we’ll explore: Let’s get to it!…Read More
Being able to hide rows based on cell value in Excel is a handy skill for anyone who needs to organize a large spreadsheet. Imagine you have a huge list of data, but only some of the rows are relevant to you at the moment. When you hide rows based on cell value, you can…Read More
Selecting every other row in Excel can be helpful. Aside from making it easy to get rid of duplicate rows, it can also be a great way to highlight important information, make the data easier to read with formatting, and more. However … if you’ve ever tried to select every other row in Excel, you…Read More
If you need to compute the total for certain cells based on their font or fill color, you may have noticed that Excel formulas operate on stored values, not displayed values. That means that functions such as SUM and SUMIFS operate on the underlying cell values and disregard cell formatting, such as font or fill…Read More
Are you familiar with the double-click shortcut to fill formulas down? If so, have you noticed it stops filling down at the first blank row? This post will discuss the double-click shortcut as well as a simple workaround for how to fill it down through a report range even when there are blank rows in…Read More