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Microsoft Excel : How to Use the VLookUp Function
VLOOKUP is a Microsoft Excel function that will look up a value in a row based on the value searched on in the first column of that row. This function can be used directly in Excel or in a macro or Visual Basic program using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications).
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Marking a Workbook as Read-Only
You can enable editing for a workbook marked as final. Click the Edit Anyway button in the Message Bar or click the File tab, click Info, click the Protect Workbook button, and then click Mark As Final again to toggle off the Mark As Final feature.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Working with Office Safe Modes
Microsoft Office uses two types of safe modes—Automated and User-Initiated—when it encounters a program problem. When you start an Office program, it automatically checks for problems, such as an extension not properly loading.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting External Content Security Options
External content is any content that is connected or linked to a workbook from a potentially unsafe external source, such as images, linked media, hyperlinks, data connections, or templates.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Privacy Options - Set Parental Controls for Online Research
Privacy options in the Trust Center allow you to set security settings that protect your personal privacy online.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Changing Message Bar Security Options - Modify Message Bar Security Options
The Message Bar displays security alerts when Excel detects potentially unsafe content in an open workbook. The Message Bar appears below the Ribbon when a potential problem arises.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 3) - Microsoft Excel
Office 2013 includes functionality to present documents to others. PowerPoint 2010 included this functionality with SharePoint 2010. Now with the cloud taking an active presence in the workplace, you can share your Office documents with others via Office in the cloud.
Integrating SharePoint 2013 with the Office Applications (part 3) - Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Excel does a phenomenal job of managing columns and rows in a sheet. Users can import Excel spreadsheets as custom lists into SharePoint with the same columns and row data as list items.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Macro Security Options
A macro allows you to automate frequently used steps or tasks to save time and work more efficiently. Macros are written using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code, which opens the door to hackers to do malicious harm, such as spreading a virus.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting ActiveX Security Options
An ActiveX control provides additional functionality, such as a text box, button, dialog box, or small utility program. ActiveX controls are software code, so hackers can use them to do malicious harm, such as spreading a virus.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Add-in Security Options
An add-in, such as smart tags, extends functionality to Microsoft Office programs. An add-in can add buttons and custom commands to the Ribbon.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Setting Document Related Security Options
For a trusted document, you won’t be prompted the next time you open the document even if new active content was added to the document or changes were made to existing active content.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Selecting Trusted Publishers and Locations
The Trust Center security system continually checks for external potentially unsafe content in your workbooks. Hackers can hide Web beacons in external content—images, linked media, data connections and templates—to gather information about you or cause problems.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Avoiding Harmful Attacks, Using the Trust Center
Many viruses and other harmful attacks spread through file downloads, attachments in e-mail messages, and data files that have macros, ActiveX controls, add-ins, or Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code attached to them.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding a Signature Line
If you prefer a visible signature line instead of an invisible digital signature, you can insert a visible signature line along with a digital certificate of authenticity
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding a Digital Signature
After you’ve finished a workbook, you might consider adding an invisible digital signature—an electronic, secure stamp of authentication on a workbook.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding Password Protection to a Workbook
You can assign a password and other security options so that only those who know the password can open the workbook, or to protect the integrity of your workbook as it moves from person to person.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Adding Security Encryption to a Workbook
File encryption is additional security you can apply to a workbook. File encryption scrambles your password to protect your workbook from unauthorized people from breaking into the file.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Locking or Unlocking Worksheet Cells
To prevent accidental changes to your data, you can lock worksheet cells. When you lock selected cells, you cannot make changes to them until you unlock them.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Protecting a Worksheet - Apply a Password to a Worksheet
To preserve all your hard work—particularly if others use your files—protect it with a password. You can protect a sheet or an entire workbook. In each case, you’ll be asked to supply a password, and then enter it again when you want to work on the file.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Protecting and Securing a Workbook - Inspecting Workbooks
While you work on your workbook, Excel automatically saves and manages personal information and hidden data to enable you to create and develop a workbook with other people.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mode (part 4) - Getting the Mode of Categories with a Formula - Using Formula Evaluation
If you’re using Excel 2002 or a more recent version, you have access to a formula evaluation tool. Begin by selecting a cell that contains a formula. Then start formula evaluation.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mode (part 3) - Getting the Mode of Categories with a Formula - Accommodating a Function’s Arguments
Various reasons exist for using array formulas in Excel. Two of the most typical reasons are to support a function that requires it and to enable a function to work on more than just one value.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mode (part 2) - Getting the Mode of Categories with a Formula - Using an Array Formula to Count the Values
With the modal value (Ford, in this example) in hand, we still want to know how many instances there are of that mode. This section describes how to create the array formula that counts the instances.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mode (part 1)
The mean gives you a measure of central tendency by taking all the actual values in a group into account. The median measures central tendency differently, by giving you the midpoint of a ranked group of values. The mode takes yet another tack: It tells you which one of several categories occurs most frequently.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Median
The median of a group of observations is usually, and somewhat casually, thought of as the middle observation when they are in sorted order. And that’s usually a good way to think of it, even if it’s a little imprecise.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mean (part 3) - Minimizing the Spread - Setting Up the Worksheet for Solver
Solver now iterates through a sequence of values for cell G2. It stops when its internal decision-making rules tell it that it has found a minimum value for cell D13 and that testing more values in cell G2 won’t help.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mean (part 2) - Minimizing the Spread - About Solver, Finding and Installing Solver
Solver is an add-in that comes with Microsoft Excel. You can install it from the factory disc or from the software that you downloaded to put Excel on your computer. Solver helps you backtrack to underlying values when you want them to result in a particular outcome.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Calculating the Mean (part 1) - Understanding Functions, Arguments, and Results
When you’re reading, talking, or thinking about statistics and the word mean comes up, it refers to the total divided by the count. The total of the heights of everyone in your family divided by the number of people in your family.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Inserting Blank Rows (part 2) - Separating Subtotaled Rows for Distributed Files
It’s a bit involved, but a blank row can be inserted between groups in a file that you’re going to distribute. The method involves using a temporary column to hold the space below where a blank row is needed.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Inserting Blank Rows (part 1) - Separating Subtotaled Rows for Print
When subtotals are inserted into a dataset, only one row is added between the groups. The report may appear crunched together for some reviewers (see Figure 1), and they may request that rows be inserted, separating the subtotaled groups from each other. You can insert blank rows into a subtotaled report in two ways.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Sorting Subtotals, Grouping and Outlining
Selected rows and groups can be grouped together manually using the options in Data, Outline, Group. The Expand/Collapse button will be placed below the last row in the selection or to the right of the last column in the selection.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Subtotaling by Multiple Columns
To add subtotals based on multiple columns, as shown in Figure 1, sort the dataset by the desired columns and then apply the subtotals, making sure Replace Current Subtotals is not selected.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Formatting Subtotals, Applying Multiple Subtotal Function Types (part 2) - Combining Multiple Subtotals to One Row
When applying multiple function types, Excel places each subtotal on its own row. There is no built-in option to have the subtotals appear on the same row. But you can manipulate Excel to make this happen by applying a subtotal to a column where you don’t want it, and then manually changing the formula.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Formatting Subtotals, Applying Multiple Subtotal Function Types (part 1)
A dataset can have more than one type of subtotal applied to it—for example, a sum subtotal of one column and a count subtotal of another. Make sure the Replace Current Subtotals option in the Subtotal dialog is deselected so that each subtotal will be applied separately.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Expanding and Collapsing Subtotals, Copying Subtotals
If you hide the data rows, copy the subtotals, and paste them to another sheet, all the data, including the hidden data rows, will appear in the new sheet. To copy and paste only the subtotals, select only the visible cells.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : SUBTOTAL Function, Subtotal Tool
The SUBTOTAL function is very useful, but if you have a large dataset it can be time consuming to insert all the Total rows. When your dataset is large, use the Subtotal tool from the Data tab in the Outline group. This tool will group the sorted data, applying the selected function.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Troubleshooting Formulas
It can be frustrating to enter a formula and have it either return an incorrect value or an error. An important part of solving the problem is to understand what the error is trying to tell you. After you have an idea of the problem you’re looking for, you can use several tools to look deeper into the error.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Table References in Formulas, Using Array Formulas
It’s hard to imagine, but three keys on your keyboard can turn the right formula into a SUPER formula. Three keys can take 10,000 individual formulas and reduce them to a single formula.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Using Names To Simplify References, Inserting Formulas into Tables
It can be difficult to remember what cell you have a specific entry in, such as a tax rate, when you’re writing a formula. And if the cell you need to reference is on another sheet, you have to be very careful writing out the reference properly, or you must use the mouse to go to the sheet and select the cell.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Copying a Formula, Formula Operators
Excel evaluates a formula in a particular order if it contains many calculations. Instead of calculating from left to right like a calculator, Excel performs certain types of calculations, such as multiplication, before other calculations, such as addition.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - Entering a Formula
Entering a basic formula is straightforward. Select the cell, enter an equal sign, type in the formula, and press Enter. Typing the formula is very similar to entering an equation on a calculator, with one exception.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Using Formulas - The Importance of Laying Data Out Properly, Formulas Versus Values
Except for when using certain functions, such as VLOOKUP, Excel doesn’t really care how you lay out your data. For example, you can lay out your data as shown in Figure 1, with dates across the top.
Connecting Dynamics GP to Microsoft Office 2010 : Building analyses by Exporting SmartLists to Microsoft Excel, Delivering flexibility by exporting Navigation Lists to Excel
Continuing on a simple-to-complex theme, we move on to another straightforward process—exporting SmartLists to Microsoft Excel. Dynamics GP allows users to export any SmartList to Excel with the simple push of a button.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Analyzing Data by Using Descriptive Statistics
Experienced business people can tell a lot about numbers just by looking at them to see if they "look right." That is, the sales figures are about where they’re supposed to be for a particular hour, day, or month; the average seems about right; and sales have increased from year to year.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Finding Optimal Solutions by Using Solver
Goal Seek is a great tool for finding out how much you need to change a single input value to generate a desired result from a formula, but it’s of no help if you want to find the best mix of several input values.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Varying Your Data to Get a Desired Result by Using Goal Seek
When you run an organization, you must track how every element performs, both in absolute terms and in relation to other parts of the organization. Just as you might want to reward your employees for maintaining a perfect safety record and keeping down your insurance rates, you might also want to stop carrying products you cannot sell.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Defining Multiple Alternative Data Sets
If you apply a scenario to a worksheet and then apply another scenario to the same worksheet, both sets of changes appear. If multiple scenarios change the same cell, the cell will contain the value in the most recently applied scenario.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Defining an Alternative Data Set
When you save data in an Excel worksheet, you create a record that reflects the characteristics of an event or object. That data could represent the number of deliveries in an hour on a particular day, the price of a new delivery option, or the percentage of total revenue accounted for by a delivery option.
Microsoft Excel 2010 : Changing Summary Calculations, Showing and Hiding Data Items, Sorting Your Pivot Table
In a pivot table, however, the sorting persists. If new data is introduced to a sorted pivot table, the new value is automatically sorted and based on the sort rules you implement. There is no need to reapply the sort.
 
 
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