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Excel Database Functions

Database functions are designed to perform simple operations on data that is in a “database-like structure”. Database-like structure means that the data must be in a table structure that has organized records with labels and appropriate separation. In this...

Forecasting in Excel

What is Forecasting? Forecasting is a technique to establish relationships and trends which can be projected into the future, based on historical data and certain assumptions. This method can be utilized to better understand and make an educated guess on...

All You Need to Know for Using Excel Iterative Calculation

Iterative calculations can help find the solution to mathematical problems by running calculations over and over using previous results. This is made possible by computers that can run calculations repeatedly to find the likelihood of possible answers by...

How and Why of Running a Simulation in Excel

A simulation is commonly defined as an imitation of a situation or process. This typically entails creating a mathematical model that represents the characteristics and other features of a system. The model then can be used to simulate how the system will...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWEB 6.4

Input grids are inherently challenging to work with when it comes to web applications. Limited real estate on mobile device screens, and the lack of appropriate controls make it hard for users to enter data into large tables. In SpreadsheetWEB 6.4, we’ve...

With Autofill Excel Shows Its Smarts and Saves You Time

Autofill is an essential feature that any Excel user must be constantly using as it saves tremendous amount of time when creating spreadsheets. The capabilities of this feature range from simple copy-paste tasks to automatically creating entire tables, or...

Data Validation: Excel Doing the Data Cleaning for You

One of the most versatile features of Excel that is data validation can validate user entries based on rules set by you. With this feature, you can impose strict rules on cells where users can’t enter any invalid data, or display warning messages to make...

The crux of organizing your data: How to sort in Excel

Sorting data in Excel is a crucial part of organizing it for analysis or presentation. What if you want to order data in a different way, say “New York” first, and then “California”, and another state?  One size may not always fit all as data can come in...