Excel Training videos
These videos come from our Excel video training.
Once you have one pivot table set up, you might want to see a different view of the same data. In this video, I'll show you how to quickly base one pivot table on another.
In this video we look at how to group sample voting data into 10 year buckets, using a pivot table.
In this video, we look at a way to fill in missing data when the structure is not consistent, using formula created with IF and ISBLANK functions.
An easy way to add missing values to data using a dead-simple relative formula and a few other tricks to select empty cells.
Excel Pros use keyboard shortcuts to power though big worksheets with blazing speed. In this video, we look at some key shortcuts for selecting cells.
In this video, we show you how to join different values together in one cell with line breaks. We also demo a clever way to add spaces, commas without double quotes.
In this video, we look at a few reasons why VLOOKUP is a better option than nested IF statements, when you need to assign a commission rate (or a grade) based on an arbitrary value.
In this video, we look at how to simulate a drawing and pick winners in a contest with Excel, using the RAND and RANK functions together.
By their nature, nested IF formulas are hard to read. In this video, we show you how to easily make a nested IF formula more readable, by adding line breaks.
In this video, we look at how to use Evaluate Formula to solve complex formulas one step at a time. It's a great way to understand how Excel solves a formula.
In this brief video, we look at how to debug a formula using the F9 key. If you work with formulas a lot, this is one of the most useful skills you can learn.
A quick video overview of the Format Painter, which transfers formatting to one group of cells to another with a single click.
In this video, we use conditional formatting to create an interactive search box to highlight data. This is a nice alternative to filtering, because the information you're looking is...
Did you know you can use drag and drop in Excel? It's true. Drag and drop is an alternative to copy and paste, and it can be really handy (and fun) in certain situations.
In this short video, we look at how to replace a typical nested IF formula with a VLOOKUP formula. Compared to nested IF statements, VLOOKUP is simpler and more transparent.You can change...