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Display all formulas instead of their output values. This allows you to quickly troubleshoot issues in a worksheet without having to select each cell individually. Go to the Formulas tab and click the Show Formulas button: Now, your worksheet will look like this: As you can see, this lets you quickly see what formulas and functions are contained w ...
 
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How to perform case sensitive sorting in Excel. Select a cell within the data that you want to sort and then go to the Data tab and click Sort In the window that opens click the Options button. Put a check mark next to the Case sensitive option and hit OK. In the Sort window choose how you want to sort. Choose the column by which you want to sort. ...
 
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How to create a thermometer chart in Excel. This is what we want: Steps to Create a Thermometer Chart in Excel Make sure your data is setup correctly. You need to have a cell that displays a percentage for the amount that has been completed so far.  It doesn't matter how you generate this percentage cell so long as you have it. Select the percent ...
 
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How to prevent a line chart from having a blank spot or also dropping to zero when there is a blank cell or a zero value that should be blank cell. Here is the problem: Connect the Line for a Line Chart Click the desired chart and then go to the Design tab that should appear and click Select Data. In the window that opens, click Hidden and Empty Ce ...
 
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How to open a PDF file from a clickable button, link, or image in Excel.  This allows you to seamlessly link PDF files with a spreadsheet. Sections: Steps to Open PDF from Excel Open a PDF when an Image or Button is Clicked Notes Steps to Open PDF from Excel Right-click the cell that contains the text that you want to use to open the PDF when it ...
 
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How to use an image for the background of a chart in Excel. Simple but fun way to spruce up charts. Click the desired chart, go to the Layout tab which should have appeared, click Plot Area and then click More Plot Area Options In the Fill section click Picture or texture fill and it should look like this: Click the button File to choose an image ...
 
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How to filter in Excel by copying the filtered data to a new location without doing anything to the original data set.  This method leaves the original data set intact without changing it or hiding any rows in order to perform the filter. Steps to Copy Filtered Data Set to New Location While Leaving Original Data Set Intact We need to first figur ...
 
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The easiest way to combine and consolidate data in Excel. Simple method to combine data from multiple worksheets into one worksheet.  This method has Excel do all the work for you so that you don't have to insert any formulas or functions yourself. Sections: Steps to Combine and Consolidate Data in Excel How to Consolidate Data while Keeping Link ...
 
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How to make professional looking rounded buttons in Excel. This allows you to avoid using basic buttons and also to style the buttons to your content so they better blend-in with everything. Steps to Make Nice Buttons in Excel Go to the Insert tab and click the Shapes button: From the drop down menu that appears you will have many options.  To cre ...
 
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How to change the name of a chart in Excel. This allows you to use a more intuitive chart reference when organizing charts using the Selection Pane or within VBA and macros. Rename a Chart Select the chart.  This should cause three new tabs to appear: Design, Layout, and Format. Go to the Layout tab and look all the way to the right where it says ...