Dynamic Data Templates in Excel 365

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How to quickly make data templates in Excel that have a customizable number of columns and rows, prefixes, custom numberings, and even randomly generated numbers for things like sample sales data and more.

The skills that I show you here allow you to customize your own template setup so that it suits your needs.

Once you have a custom setup, the point will be to easily copy/paste it wherever you need it.

Ease-of-use is the name of the game here and the tips in this tutorial will work well for this purpose.

 


Excel Function: RANDARRAY(), SEQUENCE()
Excel Version: Excel 2019, Excel 365
Downloadable Files: Excel File

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Excel Function: RANDARRAY(), SEQUENCE()
Excel Version: Excel 2019, Excel 365
Downloadable Files: Excel File
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