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Full time equivalent calculations in Excel Jul 25, 2018
... the key planning areas is how many resources you may need given a specific workload, and more specifically how many 'full time equivalent' staff you may need. In order to do full time equivalent calculations in Excel there are some functions that would be useful to master.
Forecasting tool in Excel Jul 16, 2018
From Excel 2016, there is a convenient Forecasting tool in Excel which allows you to show Excel some historical data (say 24 months worth of sales) and Excel will, taking growth and seasonality into account, forecast for up to 50 months into the future.
If you use PowerQuery you may notice that in the filter, some of the options you want to use seem to be missing. So why is ' Begins with, Ends With, Contains missing ' missing from some PowerQuery filters?
You've built your Pivot Table in MS Excel, but the column and row labels are not showing the name of the relevant field. How can you fill the empty labels with the headings in a Pivot Table?
How to remove conditional formatting in MS Excel Jun 12, 2018
Conditional formatting is a useful feature but there are times that you need to remove either all the conditional formatting or else the conditional formatting on specific cells. Two ways of how to remove conditional formatting in MS Excel.
...Problem is that if ALL the workbooks aren't open, instead of seeing the numbers you see #Value! errors. Can you address the situation where SUMIFS returns value when linked workbooks are closed?
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