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Tip: Paste Special Shortcuts
Despite the boring name, Paste Special is actually a gateway into a hidden world of powerful features. This video shows how to access Paste Special features using keyboard shortcuts.
Run time: 4:05
Tip: How to find missing values with COUNTIF
In this video, we use COUNTIF to compare lists and count values that belong to both lists. We also "flip" the formula to count values in one list that are missing on the other.
Run time: 2:35
Tip: How to make a nested IF formula
Nesting is a powerful tool, but once you combine more than a couple IFs, the logic can start to look like spaghetti quickly :) The trick is to keep things organized. In this video, Dave...
Run time: 3:15
Tip: Don't hard code assumptions into your formulas
One of the biggest mistakes you can make is to hard code assumptions into your formulas. Instead, if a value might change, put it in a cell and refer to it with a reference, as explained in...
Run time: 3:09
Tip: Excel shortcuts on the Mac - key differences
In this video, we look at 5 key differences between Excel shortcuts on Mac and shortcuts in Windows Excel. If you use Excel on a Mac, be sure to check this out.
Run time: 3:22

Latest Blog

Fiddles with new CONCAT & TEXTJOIN functions
The CONCATE and TEXTJOIN functions make it possible to join values together in a range of cells. Since a range is just an array, this opens the door to some interesting new formulas that loop through values.
How to create named ranges in Excel
Named ranges make formulas easier to read, faster to develop, and more portable. They're also useful for data validation, hyperlinks, and dynamic ranges. This article shows you how you can use named ranges to build better spreadsheets.
In this article, we show you how to replace a complicated IF statement with a clever and compact formula based on MIN or MAX. This is a great tip any time you need to choose the smaller or greater of two values inside a formula.
Conditional formatting with formulas
Formulas let you access the full power of Excel to apply conditional formatting with exactly the logic you need. This article shows how to highlight rows, column differences, missing values, and how to build Gantt charts and search boxes with CF formulas.
All about nested IFs
Are nested IFs evil? Are they necessary? Are there alternatives? The answer is Yes! This in-depth article explores nested IF formulas in detail, with lots of tips, and several alternatives.

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