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Lets say you have a list of employees and their birthdays. Now you want to sort this list, based on their birthday, not age. How would you do it?Continue »
Today is February 29th, and that means, this year we have one more day to be awesome. So lets celebrate it in Excel style!
Lets learn 14 different ways to tell if an year is leap year, using Excel Formulas.
Why 14? because, we are awesome like that.Continue »
In yesterdays post – Find Quarterly Totals from Monthly Data, we have learned how to use SUMPRODUCT formula to find totals by Quarter from a set of monthly values. The approach is fine, but has one glaring draw back. It only works when you have data for one year. In that post, Martin said, … […]Continue »
This is first part of 2 part series on conditionally formatting dates in excel.
Conditional formatting is a very useful feature in Excel. You can use Conditional formatting to tell excel how to format cells that meet certain conditions. For eg. You can use conditional formatting to show all negative values in a range in red color. Today we will learn how to use conditional formatting to format dates.Continue »
Here is a 2010 new year gift to all our readers – a free 2010 calendar excel file (a little secret: just change the year in “outline” sheet from 2010 to 2011, to get the next years calendar. It works all the way up to year 9999). You can even get a Printable PDF Calendar. There are 14 different sheets in the calendar file. First one is an outline calendar for the entire year. The next 12 are monthly calendars. And the last sheet shows a mini-calendar for the year 2010.
Read the rest of this post to know more and download the calendar.Continue »
Stružák, one of the commenters on the 2009 Excel Calendar Template post asked me if I can rearrange the cells in the calendar so that the week could start on Monday. Since I didn’t have access to internet for a while, I have asked him to make the necessary changes and mail it to me […]Continue »