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Latest video tips

Tip: How to calculate expiration dates
How to generate an expiration date in the future, how to calculate "days remaining", and how to highlight rows that are expired or expiring soon with conditional formatting.
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Tip: How to rank values with the RANK function
The RANK function gives you a way to rank values with a simple function that will dynamically calculate rank. If any value changes, you'll get a new rank automatically.
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Tip: How to use the CODE and CHAR functions
A short introduction to the CODE and CHAR functions, two geeky (but surprisingly useful) functions that help you manipulate text in Excel.
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Tip: 23 formula tips to save you time today
In this video, we run through more than 20 tips you can use to save time with Excel formulas today. We believe in making videos that are quick and to the point, so this is a rapid-fire list...
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Tip: How to trace formula relationships
In this video, we look at how to quickly find formulas and trace relationships, using the concept of precedents and dependents. A great way to quickly understand an unfamiliar worksheet.
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Latest Blog

28 ways to save time with Excel formulas
Working with formulas takes time, and too often a problem that seems simple ends up taking far too long. In this article, I share tips that will save you time when working with formulas in Excel.
Pivot tables to delight and amaze!
In this article, we take a short tour of some "unconventional" pivot tables you probably haven't seen before. These are interesting pivot tables that are summarizing something *other* than sales data.
Keep or cut?
This article is for those of you who don't get pivot tables. Maybe you tried pivot tables once, and didn't see what the big deal was, or maybe you got frustrated when a pivot table wouldn't behave. They can be that way.
Things to know about pivot tables
Many Excel experts believe that pivot tables are the single most powerful tool in Excel. According to Bill Jelen (a.k.a. Mr. Excel) "No other tool in Excel gives you the flexibility and analytical power of a pivot table". Yep.
16 Excel Pros you can learn from
There are a lot of good Excel sites out there, but a few really stand out as excellent resources. This article introduces you to 16 Excel Pros that run some of these exceptional sites. They really know Excel, and freely share what they know.

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