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How to make the Y axis start at 0 in charts in Excel. This is a simple formatting issue. Select the Chart and go to the Layout tab (that is visible only when you select a chart). Click the Axes button and go to Primary Vertical Axis and then More Primary Vertical Axis Options... You will now be in the Format Axis window. Look to the top and next to ...
 
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How to make a macro stop or pause for a specified amount of time. This allows you to slow down the execution of a macro. Method 1 - Simple but Not Versatile Add this line of code anywhere in your macro where you want it to pause. Application.Wait(Now + TimeValue("00:00:01")) This will pause the macro for 1 second. The first set of zeros is hours; t ...
 
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How to stop a macro from running after it has started. This method uses the keyboard and has nothing to do with the programming of the macro. If the Macro is simply in a continuous loop or is running for too long you can use one of these keyboard shortcuts to kill it: Esc hit the Escape key. Ctrl + Break hit Ctrl key and then the break key, which ...
 
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How to use VBA/Macros to iterate through each cell in a range, either a row, a column, or a combination of both. This is for when you need to look into each cell or do something with each cell in a range; if you just need to search for a piece of data within a range, use the Find method (link coming soon). Sections: How to Loop Through a Range of C ...
 
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How to use complex structured references, table formulas, in Excel. If you don't already understand how structured references work or what they do, please read our tutorial on that: using formulas with tables in Excel. Note: the examples below will show you how to make the references but won't necessarily show you useful real world examples. This ...
 
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Easy way to reference data tables and make formulas within a data table. This allows you to create formulas that apply to the entire table, copy easily, and are more robust than traditional formulas; these are called structured references. First, make sure your data is formatted as a table; if it's not, read this tutorial on how to create and mana ...
 
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Convert a table back into a regular set of cells.  This removes any automated table features and I'll show you how to quickly remove the visual formatting as well. Oddly enough, this isn't as straightforward as it seems like it should be. Steps to Remove a Table Format Select a cell anywhere in the table. Go to the Design tab that should appear w ...
 
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You can enter data into a table in Excel using a form; here I'll show you how to do that. This is a great feature that makes it more difficult for someone to mess-up entering data into a table.  However, it is not easily accessible. Steps to use a Form to Enter Data into a Table This feature is actually hidden in Excel, so first we need to access ...
 
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How to create dynamic charts that update automatically when new data is added to Excel. This works with adding new rows and new columns of data to the table. This method uses the table feature in Excel and is very easy to do. Select the data that you want to chart or just select a cell within that data.  Go to the Insert tab and click Table.  Yo ...
 
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Here, I'll show you everything you need to know to get started using tables in Excel; how to create, edit, and manage them. A table is a special configuration that allows you to manipulate and analyze your data with maximum efficiency. Converting your data set into a table allows you to quickly format, sort, filter, sum, and analyze the data. Sect ...
 
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