Did You Know? A worksheet is organized into a grid of cells, which are formed by the intersection of rows and columns. Rows are identified by numbers. Row numbers can range from 1 to 1,048,576. Column labels are identified by letters and start with A to Z. After Z, theContinue Reading

Here is a great tip to save you some time when entering phone numbers into Excel. When entering a phone number into a cell, it is faster to just type the number without the dashes or parenthesis. You can format a cell to automatically format the phone number for you.Continue Reading

Excel. Chances are, that word alone stirs visions of lengthy spreadsheets and budgets with complicated formulas and charts. It is true—Excel has become the standard in offices for pretty much anything that requires management of large amounts of data. But, if you think Excel is only good for making you cross-eyedContinue Reading

(Excel versions from 2007 to current) When entering a phone number into a cell, it is faster to just type the number without the dashes or parenthesis. You can format a cell to automatically format the phone number for you. Excel provides a special number format that lets you formatContinue Reading

An active cell is outlined by a heavy border, which allows you to easily see where the cell is that is being worked with and where data will be entered. It can also be referred to as the current cell or selected cell. Why is this important to know? I have a couple ofContinue Reading