Function: LCM

Function: LCM

The Excel LCM function is a Math formula that returns the least common multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers. Also known as lowest common multiple or smallest common multiple, the least common multiple will give you the smallest positive number that is divisible by a...
Function: GCD

Function: GCD

The Excel GCD function is a Math formula that returns the greatest common divisor (GCD) of two or more numbers. The greatest common divisor of a set of values is the largest positive number that divides each number. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use...
How to Create an Excel Table

How to Create an Excel Table

Excel Table is a feature used for managing and analyzing data in a tabular format. This way, you can display data in a neat and concise structure, while also including filtering abilities, easy-to-use formatting and layout options, and automatically updating any...
Function: CEILING

Function: CEILING

The Excel CEILING function is a Math formula that rounds a given number up to the nearest multiple of significance. This function is the predecessor of the CEILING.MATH function which was released in Excel 2013. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the...
Function: FLOOR

Function: FLOOR

The Excel FLOOR function is a Math formula that rounds a given number down to the nearest multiple of significance. This function is predecessor of the FLOOR.MATH function that was released in Excel 2013. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the FLOOR...
Function: CEILING.MATH

Function: CEILING.MATH

The CEILING MATH (CEILING.MATH) is a Math function that rounds a given number up to the nearest multiple of significance. This function has been released with 2013 version as a replacement for the CEILING function. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to use the...
How to Get Excel Stock Quotes

How to Get Excel Stock Quotes

Excel is one of the best platforms to do stock quote analysis. However, you traditionally had to pull this data either manually, or using third party tools. Now, you can do this using built-in Excel features if you are running Office 365. In this article, we are going...