This is a real-life example of Excel's VSTACK function. Quickly stack data from multiple sheets (even as many as 15 sheets!), filter out blank cells and even sort the summary table.
Excel's TEXTSPLIT function can split words into separate cells. You can have multiple delimiters, you just have to know how to define these properly. You can also do amazing things like splitting into columns and rows and internally sorting words.
Here's why you should upgrade to Office 2021 if you're on 2019 or 2016 (and for some reason you can't upgrade to 365). You get life-changing Excel functions like XLOOKUP, UNIQUE, FILTER, SORT and a lot more. I cover what you get when you upgrade in this post.
This tutorial shows you different methods to generate random numbers in Excel (including no repeats). You might need random numbers if you're preparing test data. Or if you need to share your files with consultants and have to replace official values with random ones.
Mail Merge is what you need if you'd like to create multiple letters, emails or documents with data from Excel. This way you can easily create invoices for your customers or send bulk personalized emails. You'll learn how to quickly get started with Merge Merge and save a ton of time.
This is the list of the most useful Excel Functions you need to know in 2021. There are the new functions available in Excel for Microsoft 365 and also on Excel for the web (available for free).
The Query function in Google Sheets is one of the most powerful functions in Google Sheets. It's easy to learn if you follow the rules laid out in this tutorial. You'll be able to solve any data analysis problem that comes your way.
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.
Learn how to properly use the Filter Function in Google Sheets. You can use the FILTER function to check for one condition or apply the FILTER function to multiple columns. You can also sort the filtered results by wrapping FILTER inside the SORT function.
The new Excel LET function can make your formulas easier to read. PLUS it can improve the performance of your formulas so they run faster. How should you use this function and does it really make your files faster?