How to Write Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts in Microsoft Excel

How to Write Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts in Microsoft Excel

Create Custom Excel Shortcuts [2 Ways] Article by: Avantix Learning Team Updated: February 13, 2017 Applies to: Microsoft® Excel® 2010, 2013 and 2016 Microsoft Excel has many built-in shortcuts as well as the ability to navigate and select in the Ribbon using the...
How to Hide Excel Formulas from Other Users

How to Hide Excel Formulas from Other Users

Protect Your Data by Locking and/or Hiding Formulas in Microsoft Excel by Avantix Learning Team | Updated April 16, 2016 Applies to: Microsoft Excel 2010 (also applies to 2013 and 2016) There are many situations in which you may want to hide formulas in worksheets....
Simple Strategies to Show Trends in Excel (Part 3)

Simple Strategies to Show Trends in Excel (Part 3)

Display Trends using AutoFill by Avantix Learning Team | Updated November 9, 2014 Applies to: Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013 (Windows) This article is the third in a series of simple ways to show trends in your Excel data. Related articles: Simple Strategies to Show...
Simple Strategies to Show Trends in Excel (Part 2)

Simple Strategies to Show Trends in Excel (Part 2)

Displaying Trendlines in Charts by Avantix Learning Team | Updated November 3, 2014 Applies to: Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013 (Windows) This article is the second in a series of simple ways to show trends in your Excel data. Related articles: Simple Strategies to Show...
Simple Strategies to Show Trends in Excel (Part 1)

Simple Strategies to Show Trends in Excel (Part 1)

Use Sparklines to Display Trends Visually by Avantix Learning Team | Updated October 24, 2014 Applies to: Microsoft Excel 2010 and 2013 This article is the first in a series of simple ways to show trends in your Excel data. In Excel 2010 and later versions, you can...

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