Sunday, October 25, 2020
Simple spreadsheet edits can introduce costly Excel errors. Here are three techniques that can help you to reduce your errors in Excel.

Three Ways to Reduce Errors in Your Excel SUM Formulas

If you aren't careful, simple edits to your reports and analyses can cause significant errors. Years ago, for example, I heard about an expensive error...
Does your company need to make scheduled payments to companies that don't send invoices? This worksheet will help to plan those cash requirements.

Manage Periodic Payments with an Excel Cash Calendar

Most companies must write checks periodically to companies that don't send invoices. Often, their accounting systems provide little help in keeping track of these...
Excel's range names offer great power and flexibility. And they're not hard to use. Here's an introduction to the power that Excel provides.

Introducing the Power of Excel Range Names

Many Excel users seldom use range names. This fact always surprises me because Excel names are powerful, flexible, and easy to use. Excel offers two...
Most range names in Excel apply to the entire workbook. But you also can define them to apply only to one worksheet. Here's why and how to do that.

How and Why to Define Excel Range Names with a Worksheet Scope

In Excel, a name can be global to a workbook or local to a worksheet. The traditional method we all use when we create...
Excel's dynamic range names give your formulas the power to adapt automatically in response to changes in your data or settings. Here's how to set them up.

How to Create and Use Dynamic Range Names in Excel

(Download the example workbooks.) We Excel users often refer to ranges that need to move or expand in future versions of our reports. For example: ...
Pivot Tables aren't merely a way to interact with your data. You also can use them as a rich source of data for standard reports and analyses. And you don't need to limit formulas to GETPIVOTDATA; you also can use SUMIFS, SUMPRODUCT, and all other Excel functions with pivots. Here's how.

How to Set Up a Pivot Table as an Excel-Friendly Database

You can use a Pivot Table as a database in the same way that you can use Excel Tables and other Excel-Friendly Databases (EFDs). In...

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Here's how to boost your Excel output, slash your Excel errors, and improve your Excel reports and analyses—whether you work for a large or small company.

How to Be Significantly More Productive in Excel

The Excel charts below are professional-quality. But that's not what makes them so unusual. Instead... ● You can update them in a few seconds, with...
Use this Excel dashboard to track 27 economic indicators of the United States' recovery from the Covid-19 recession.

Learn How to Use Excel to Track the US Recovery from the Covid Recession

The Covid recession is the worst recession the world has experienced since the Great Depression. And the Recovery Tracker workbook and Excel training can...
This Excel dashboard report lets you follow key economic trends while showing you how to gain a HUGE increase in your Excel productivity at work.

Track Key Economic Indicators Every Weekday with this Excel Dashboard

You can update this Excel dashboard report every weekday—with one command—if you have Excel 2016 or above. This report of current economic data introduces you...
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