Customizing your list of recently used files in Excel can be useful. For example, you might want to “pin” a file if you need to access it often, or you might want to see more (or fewer) items in the list. Here are three different ways to customize your list.
If you want to make your Excel spreadsheet less cluttered and more visually appealing, removing gridlines can be a way to do that. Here’s how to do it.
From using OneNote for project management to discovering hidden features in Word, there are tons of ways you can get more out of Office 365. Here’s a look back at this year’s most popular tips.
If you use Excel, there are some key functions that everyone should know, regardless of what industry you work in or what your role is. Here are eight of the most popular and important functions. Once you master these timesavers, you’ll be an Excel pro.
If your Office files are looking drab, try using a template. There are thousands of options, and with a little searching ingenuity, you can find the perfect one for your needs.
From using keyboard shortcuts to color coding your tabs, here are five of our favorite tricks in Excel to save time and stay organized.
Excel has several different ways that you can protect or lock your data, but today we’ll focus on how to lock the entire workbook. By protecting it with a password, you prohibit others from adding, moving, deleting, hiding, or renaming worksheets.
Here’s how to add a trendline to your charts in Excel. It’s a great way to make your charts easily interpreted at a glance, as the line will indicate to viewers where the general trend of your data is pointing.
New to Excel? Don’t worry–we can help. Here are four simple tips that can help you make the most of Excel and improve your efficiency.
Here’s a quick trick in Excel that can be really handy if you’ve started to enter some data in a row, but decide that you’d like it in a column instead (or vice versa). Don’t change it manually–use Excel’s Transpose function instead.