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Get started in Excel using templates
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Can you teach me an Excel formula and what it does?
Hello Windows Community, How often do you use Excel? Be it work, school or personal? I use it daily with my job.
pFMEA in Excel or Word
Which type of document is better for making a pFMEA? Excel has the math feature for the RPN while Word has easier formatting.
Excel and Conditional Formatting
Maybe it is operator error but I can't seem to get the Conditional Formatting box to stop firing in Excel. This is a recent issue. I want to permanently disable this thing as it is very intrusive and stops me from doing things like fill down and using short cut keys like ctrl C and ctrl V .... I have been doing those 3 things for decades... yes decades and now they are a mess and this blasted box keeps mocking me. How do I get rid of it forever?
Excel Side by Side
I can't remember the way to get two Excel Spreadsheets to go side by side. I suppose I could just rename one of them, but from along time back I remember doing it and now I can't remember how it was done.
What do you use Excel for?
Curious to know how everyone is using Excel. Is it mostly work/spreadsheet related or are you finding creative and fun ways to utilize it?
On going Excel problem? Question? Nag?
Ok group, here's one for you all to put your thinking caps, little tin hats, or whatever you do your best thinking in and help me solve this nagging problem with Excel. I like to write Excel spreadsheets, and have since the days of Microsoft Works. As I have progressed over the years, I keep coming up with this one small problem that is driving me totally nuts, because it is random. By that I mean I can have the same exact formula in one cell and not get the little green arrow and in the very next cell I get the little green arrow, telling me there is a problem. Since I know there is no problem, I simply High light all of the cells in that column/row and choose Ignore error, and it goes away for a while. I will tell you up front that most of my formulas are based on one cells being greater than: and usually end with, "") here are a couple of examples: =IF(A4>0,(H4*10%)*A4,"") , =IF(A15>0,D15*A15,"") These happen to be off of the same spread sheet. Most other errors I get, after a cursory glance I can tell what oopsie I made, but this one is driving me almost to the Decaf-coffee pot! Thanks all
Anyone know of a good reliable Excel help forum
I've got a real headache of an Excel problem that I can't seem to solve. Besides Reddit which hasn't produced an answer yet, any know of a good reliable forum.... I really wish Woody's was still around
Unhide Multiple Worksheets now in Excel
Was so happy to read this this morning! Thank you Microsoft https://www.onmsft.com/news/unhide-multiple-worksheets-excel
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You can always ask an expert in the Excel Tech Community, get support in the Answers community, or suggest a new feature or improvement on Excel User Voice. Related Topics. Video: Advanced IF functions Learn how to use nested functions in a formula IF function AND function OR function Overview of formulas in Excel How to avoid broken formulas
If you want to play with it in a sample workbook, see the end of this article. =OR (AND (C2>DATE (2011,4,30),C2<DATE (2012,1,1)),B2="Nancy") Let's go a bit deeper into the formula. The OR function requires a set of arguments (pieces of data) that it can test to see if they're true or false. In this formula, the first argument is the AND ...