When you insert a pie chart in an Office program, you may notice that the data labels are missing from the chart. The missing data makes it tricky to identify which slice of the chart has the biggest proportion. Luckily, it is possible to show the data labels on the chart. This will work in […]
With Excel, you can split one cell into multiple rows or a comma delimited cell into multiple rows. This tutorial explains how.
When you have a large collection of data in an Excel spreadsheet, you may find you need a simple method for manipulating the data or for comparing the data to that of another spreadsheet. Fortunately, Excel includes some powerful features that, when used in combination, will save time and make your job easier.
When using an Office program, a user may need to switch between many tabs to access their favorite commands. To be more productive and stop wasting time looking for the location of the commands, you can create your own custom tabs, and place all your desired commands there for quicker access.
If you wish to determine how many times a text or number has been repeated within a range or an entire workbook of Excel, this tech-recipe will guide you through the steps with examples.
Inserting sparklines next to your data set provides a simple way of viewing a trend for a set of data points. Sparklines are tiny, free-flowing graphs with no axis or labels.
Two methods exist for determining how much time has been spent editing your file in Excel, Word, or PointPoint.
The reason many documents and presentations are not interesting is because of the use of boring images. Even if your images are extremely mundane, you can still attract attention to them by carefully adding effects.
Sometimes, when you send a document, presentation, or spreadsheet, users with prior Office versions can often have problems opening and viewing it. These issues can be resolved by saving the file in an older format.
Did you create a spreadsheet and realize that you got the layout mixed up? Did you receive a table or a chart through your email, but you need to reformat it? Excel’s Transpose option will allow you to fix your charts easily.