Select Page ## How to generate a date list using the SEQUENCE function

Date lists are an important part of numerous Excel models. Excel can automatically recognize date-time values, format the cells, and generate a date list quickly with AutoFill or specific functions. However, date-time functions are focused on a generating a single... ## How to calculate percentage in Excel

A percentage is a number or ratio that represents a fraction of 100, and this representation is used widely from interest rates to risk analysis, or really in any application when the contribution of a specific item to the whole is to be highlighted. In this article,... ## All you need to know about Excel’s new Spill feature

The term spill in Excel’s literature is defined as populating multiple cells with a single formula. With the announcement of the dynamic arrays in September 2018, Excel formulas can now return (spill) an array of values into neighboring cells by starting with... ## How to compare two columns in Excel

Comparing the data in two different columns is a frequently used method in data analysis. In Excel, you can compare using formulas or highlighting. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to compare two columns in Excel using these two methods.Compare two columns...

## What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.7

When dealing with multiple questions that would require “yes/no” type of answers, you could create dozens of checkboxes. However, that really wouldn’t be very space efficient, and could make analyzing the data much harder as you might if you need to aggregate it. You... ## Column Chart in Excel: Everything You Need to Know

A column chart is a graphic visualization of data using vertically placed rectangular bars (columns). Usually, each column represents a category, and all columns are drawn with a height proportional to the values they represent. The types of data column charts can...