Excel Training videos
These videos come from our Excel video training.
This video shows you how to build a more complex formula using helper formulas, then bring them all together in a single, all-in-one formula at the end.
The SUMIF function sums numbers conditionally: sales of red sweaters, revenue from Texas, hours billed on project X. See how it works in this short video.
The COUNTIF function is incredibly useful when you want to count things like overdue invoices, employees in Engineering, or orders over $100. Learn how to use it in this short video.
Sometimes, you open a spreadsheet and see errors everywhere! Fortunately, Excel contains a cool tool that can automatically trace errors, and pinpoint the exact source.
In this video, we look at how to compare two lists using conditional formatting. This is a great way to visually highlight different or missing items in a list.
In this video, we look at how to use conditional formatting, with a formula, to shade every other row in a table. This is sometimes called "zebra striping", and it's a cool...
In this video, we look at how to make conditional formatting variable, so that you can change how formatting is applied without editing a rule. This elegant technique helps you build killer...
In this video, we'll look at how to use a simple formula to apply conditional formatting. Formulas allow you to make more powerful conditional formatting rules.
In this video, we look at how to configure a slicer to control more than one pivot table at once. This technique is often used when building dashboards.
In this video, we look how slicers filter data in a pivot table and how to easily add a slicer to a pivot table.
A simple example of how you can use pivot tables to analyze all kinds of data, not just sales data. We look at the top 250 movies from IMDB from 2014.
Puzzled by Pivot Table layouts? Wonder what the differences and tradeoffs are in each layout? This video is for you!
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.
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.
A short introduction to the CODE and CHAR functions, two geeky (but surprisingly useful) functions that help you manipulate text in Excel.