One of the best ways to learn new techniques in Excel is to see them in action. This post demonstrates how to add some fun and useful features to simple to do lists, including drop-down lists, check boxes, and progress bars.
We mainly create templates, but we also write about general Excel topics to help you get more out of Excel and more out of our templates. Learn how to create drop-down lists, sparklines, and new charts in Excel 2016.
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Microsoft Excel 2016 has brought us six new built-in chart types. The addition of these new charts is largely due to user feedback and requests. Here is the list of the new charts: 1. Waterfall2. Histogram3. Pareto4. Box & Whisker5. [...]
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Sparklines are little in-cell charts that can help you analyze your data. This article shows examples of the three types of sparklines available in Excel 2010 and 2013.
Learn how to create a drop-down list to select the next date or next check number when updating lists of transactions or adding log entries.
If you use an invoice or order form in Excel routinely, you may come across times when it would be handy to select items from a drop-down list and have other information update automatically. Here is an example.
PDF files have been around for a long while now and there is a reason they only increase in popularity - they make sharing documents with others a breeze. Created exactly for this purpose in 1993 by Adobe Systems, the [...]