Most people learn Microsoft Excel by hit and trial. As soon as someone explains, or they figure out how to write a simple formula to add two numbers, they think that they know everything about Microsoft Excel.
Nothing could be far from the truth! There is much more to Microsoft Excel than just adding numbers.
And I have even seen people using a Calculator even when a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet is open.
Right out of the box, Microsoft Excel, whether Excel 2010, Excel 2013 or Excel 2016 can do wonders! Let’s see some examples of what Microsoft Excel can do.
Basic Things that Microsoft Excel is great to use for are:
- Creating Tables
- Finding Duplicates
- Eliminating Duplicates
Advanced Excel Techniques
- Using Range Names
- Formulas and Function like Vlookup, Text Functions, Date Functions
- Pivot Tables
- Pivot Charts
- Macros to automate routine tasks
- Sharing Worksheets and Workbooks
- Protecting Worksheet, Workbook, individual Cells
Advanced Analysis Techniques and Data Analysis using Microsoft Excel:
Are you using Excel to your advantage, or just using it as a basic calculator?