Up to Microsoft Excel 2003, there was a in-built Custom Chart Type called the 2-Axis Chart. This was a pretty useful chart type, which I used to display very small numbers and very large numbers – all on the same chart....
Before the year 2016 begins, Microsoft has already unveiled Microsoft Office 2016 suite – with a number of enhancements, features, and completely new things that extend the existing Excel and takes it to new levels. In the...Read More
We all are sitting on mountains of data, and new data arrives each day in the form of Reports, CSV files, Charts from Marketing, Logistics, Sales, Websites, Google Analytics… Before you can make any sense of it, even more...Read More
You have seen online application forms where the Country Names are selected from a drop-down box. Or to select the Name of an Employee, or Cost Center Codes, or Departments etc.? This kind of list serves 2 purposes: 1. It makes...Read More
It is quite easy to show or hide columns in Excel. Simply select a column, and press Control + 0 . The column is hidden from the view. You can make it out because of a dark line separating the columns. If you hide the B column,...Read More
For my small Training business, I haven’t reached the revenue target of Million Dollar...Read More
Each week I receive questions from people facing issues with Excel. Some need help on Excel Formulas, Pivot Tables or Macros. What issues are you facing in Excel? Solving Everyday Problems in Excel [Survey]Each week I receive...Read More
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