We’ve all done it at some time: accidentially closing an Excel workbook without remembering to save it. Or your computer crashes or the office is hit by a power cut.
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David H Ringstrom continues his series of Excel tips with a suggestion for situations where you want to avoid gaps in a list by filling in blank cells.
AccountingWEB.com Excel expert David Ringstrom continues his educational campaign with some simple viewing and worksheet management advice.
David H Ringstrom continues his exploration of Excel functions with an explanation of how COUNTIF can work with LARGE and SMALL functions to manage numerical lists.
In our latest trans-Atlantic Excel tip, David Ringstrom shows how the LARGE and SMALL functions can take some of the drudgery out of finding high/low values in your data.
In another handy tip, AccountingWEB.com’s David H Ringstrom explains how to use conditional formatting as an aid for financial and performance analysis.
The latest version of Windows was unleashed at the end of October.
In our latest extract from his series on our US sister site, David H Ringstrom explores the techniques and quirks of transposing Excel data.
Microsoft launched Excel for Windows back in 1987 and effectively replaced Lotus 1-2-3 despite being a late-comer to the spreadsheet party.