Excel time management often causes a despair: instead of a date, a number is displayed, e.g. 41615. It depends on the cellformat.
Excel stores dates as a serial number.By default, January 1, 1900 is equivalent to number 1, and for example, 1st January 2013 is 41275, or 22th September 2017 is 43000, and 18th July 2020 will be 44000!“3 secrets about Excel time management” bővebben
Okay, Excel shortcuts are useful, but how do you remember so many letters?It’s best to stick to something.(You are lucky, because you understand English, and it’s easy to remember the words. But I mostly teach Hungarians, so I also have teach them some English as well.)
Here are 7 easy-to-remember Excel shortcuts:
You’ve probably seen poker players risking everything atbet, saying “All in”.
I’ve seen others add comments, insert notes into Excel spreadsheets – like post-it or sticky notes.How can I do the same?Can it be printed?
Answer: right-click on the cell and click Insert Comment.
Add comments to your file
You can add comments using the right mouse button or use Shift F2 shortcut. First, they look spectacular, take my advice, rather avoid using the comments.Instead, put the text into a separate cell – make a Comment column – and you can easily filter or sort these information. “How can you add comments to an Excel table?” bővebben
Make or get a 2018 FIFA World Cup Excel Template for recording results! Following the matches is a great way to practice Excel! I recommend 3 great Excel templates.
The point is to use Excel and learn from it. Good experiences (like the FIFA World Cup) can change your attitude to Excel, and also help you remember more information (Excel features), since you are emotionally or intellectually tossed. “The 3 best FIFA World Cup Excel Templates” bővebben