In this article, I summarize the MOST COMMON Excel questions that are currently asked during interviews. This covers positions such as business or MIS analyst, Data Analyst, Financial Analyst or more senior positions. You'll be surprised at the level of Excel that's currently required for some of these positions.
Quickly learn how to add option buttons (radio buttons) to your files to create interactive Excel Dashboards and dynamic charts. It's really easy once you learn this one trick: How to control the results based on the radio button selection.
What is the Hash sign (#) in Excel formulas and when should you use it? The hash sign was the best addition to Excel and you SHOULD be using it. But most people use it wrong! Check out this post to learn when and why you should use the pound sign in your formulas.
There is a trick you can use to create multiple dependent drop-down lists on the same sheet in Google sheets. It's simple trick that doesn't involve Apps Script. Check out the full article.
Learn how to create dependent drop-down lists in Google Sheets. Dependent drop-downs can be tricky in Google Sheets because you can't add a formula to the drop-down version of the data validation. But there is another way.
If you don't have the Filter function in Excel, you need to check out this easy formula approach to get multiple match results in Excel. Download the workbook and use the version that fits your example best.
Quickly learn how to use Excel's DGET Function to lookup one or more criteria. DGET can also do a left lookup (unlike VLOOKUP). It's a forgotten Excel database function. Can you apply DGET to a range of cells? Find out in this article.
Excel's New Dynamic Array FILTER Function The FILTER function can be thought of as the new power lookup function; in many cases replacing the traditional VLOOKUP and INDEX/MATCH functions when searching for data in a table. Situations you will benefit from when