Category Archive: Excel Tips

Tracking small projects in Excel

Here is a blog post on the Microsoft official Excel blog talking about tracking small projects in Microsoft Office Excel: “by Anneliese Wirth It goes without saying that Microsoft Project is THE program to use if you need to manage large projects. But what if you need to track and manage smaller projects? Can you do that in Excel? …

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Speed up data-entry tasks by using End Mode in Excel

Here is another Excel tip from the Microsoft official Outlook blog explaining “End Mode”, what it down and how to enable/disable it: The other day, I was working on a huge worksheet with lots of rows in Excel table columns that I needed to fill out, often with the same text or values. To do …

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Add a watermark to an Excel worksheet

Here is a blog post on the Microsoft official Excel blog showing how to add a watermark to your spreadsheet: “by Dail Bridges If you’re a manager building a budget in Excel, you’ll likely need to solicit input from your staff. Sometimes that collaboration takes several iterations, so it’s useful to add a DRAFT watermark …

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