# Articles

#### Microsoft Excel Formulas: LEN

LEN is a simple formula that is not often used, however, used correctly it can be used to simplify your workbooks More...

#### Microsoft Excel Functions: SUBTOTAL

The SUBTOTAL function returns the subtotal from a list or database in Excel. SUBTOTAL will give you instant answers for your filtered data More...

#### Microsoft Excel Tip: Watch Window

A watch window will allow you to view the value within defined cells within your workbooks More...

#### Microsoft Excel Formulas: SUMIFS

The SUMIFS function adds all the arguments that meet certain criteria More...

#### Top 3 Most Read Articles This Week

Here are the 3 most read articles on our website over the last 7 days More...

#### Microsoft Excel Functions: SUMPRODUCT

SUMPRODUCT is a function which multiplies the corresponding components in selected arrays, and returns the sum of those calculations More...

#### Microsoft Excel Functions: HLOOKUP

HLOOKUP is the lesser used cousin of VLOOKUP, but can be just as useful. Learning how to use HLOOKUP can help in situations where VLOOKUP will not work More...

#### Never Suffer from Print Area Error Again

It is insanely annoying when printing someone else’s Excel file only to find that it isn’t formatted correctly and prints across multiple pages More...

#### Microsoft Excel Absolute and Relative Cell References

Cell references in Excel are a big deal, getting them correct can mean the difference between time saved and time lost scratching your head. More...

#### Microsoft Excel Formulas: CHOOSE

The CHOOSE function can return a value from a list of up to 254 arguments. It can also be a good alternative to a nested IF statement More...

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#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: COUNTA

The COUNTA function counts the number of cells that are not empty in a range More...

#### Weekly Roundup: Top 3 Most Read Articles

Have you missed one of our articles this week? Fear not as these are the top 3 most read articles. Click the links to learn more More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: COUNT

The COUNT function counts the number of cells in a range that contain a number More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: ROUNDDOWN

This article describes the =ROUNDDOWN formula and how to use it to round-down a set number of decimal places More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: ROUNDUP

This article describes the =ROUNDUP formula and how to use it to round-up a set number of decimal places. More...

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#### Use Conditional Formatting to Highlight the Minimum and Maximum Values

Stop searching for the minimum and maximum values in your range and let Excel do the work for you by using conditional formatting

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#### How To: Shade Alternate Rows in Excel

Help make your long data lists easier to read by shading alternate rows

Below are two quick and easy methods to allow you to do just that which don’t involve manually shading the... More...

#### Top 3 Articles From the Last 30 Days

Below are links to the Top 3 most read articles on the website over the last 30 days

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#### How To Use IFERROR

Do you get fed up when your formulas return #N/A when performing a VLOOKUP calculation?

Learning to use =IFERROR can help solve that

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#### Powerful Excel Formula: INDEX MATCH

In a previous article, we discussed the VLOOKUP formula and how one of its major flaws was that it will only search from left to right and adding new columns into your search array can break your... More...

#### Is Your New Product Worth Selling?

Is it? Really?

It can be surprising how many people and companies do not consider this point before embarking on the development phase of a product and then their marketing campaigns.... More...

#### Microsoft Excel Functions: IF

The IF function is a powerful function that can generate an answer based on set criteria

IF tests a criteria and returns a value if the test is true, and another value if the test is... More...

#### Top 3 Most Read Articles This Week

Time to recap and review the three most read articles over the last week More...

#### 5 Reasons to use Excel for Data Analysis

Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely used software packages in the world, but why should you use it for data analysis within your business? More...

#### How To: Dynamic Chart Titles in Excel

Create charts in Excel with dynamic titles

Save time changing the title of your charts when adding new data to them by using a dynamic title More...

#### How To: Send an Email from Excel

Learn how to use the HYPERLINK function to send an email from an Excel file

Do you work on a file each day and then send an email to someone with data from the file? For example, the... More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: ROUND

The ROUND function rounds a number to a specified number of digits.

ROUND will take a number and round it to a user specified number of digits to either the left of right of the... More...

#### Microsoft Excel Functions: SUMIF

The SUMIF function combines the SUM and IF functions to make a powerful formula

SUMIF will sum all the values in a list based on a single criterion, which removes the need for... More...

#### Microsoft Excel Functions: VLOOKUP

The VLOOKUP function is a fantastic function that can save you lots of time searching through data for values

VLOOKUP searches for a value within an array and returns a corresponding... More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: MAX and MIN

Two more basic, yet powerful, Excel functions are MAX and MIN

They do exactly what you would expect them to; return the MINimum and MAXimum values from a range of numbers More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: AVERAGE

Another basic, yet powerful, Excel function is AVERAGE

It does exactly what you would expect it to; gives you the average of a range of numbers. More...

#### Basic Microsoft Excel Functions: SUM and Operators

These are probably the most basic functions that will be used within your spreadsheets, but without them, your spreadsheets will not function correctly.

Learning to use these... More...