The formulas that you create in your Microsoft Excel 2013 worksheets can be as complex or simple as you need them to be. But one common element of Excel formulas is their usage of values that are stored in various cells on the worksheet. By default Excel 2013 will automatically update if you change the… Continue Reading How to Switch to Manual Calculation in Excel 2013
Microsoft Excel 2010’s default state is a series of cells laid out in rows and columns of equal sizes. But as data is added to those cells and you begin to format that data to appear a certain way, you may find that you need to merge certain cells in order to achieve a specific… Continue Reading How to Unmerge Cells in Excel 2010
When reading tutorials online for Microsoft Excel 2013, you may occasionally some steps that ask you to do something with the Formula Bar. This is a horizontal field above your spreadsheet that displays the data contained within a cell. You can use this location to enter or edit data in your cells. The Formula Bar… Continue Reading Where is the Formula Bar in Excel 2013?
When you enter an address for a Web page into a cell in Microsoft Excel 2013, the program will automatically format that address as a hyperlink. This means that the data will be underlined, and a hyperlink will be added to it that, when clicked, will open that Web page in your default Web browser.… Continue Reading How to Remove All Hyperlinks in Excel 2013
Formulas make it much simpler to compare and evaluate data in your Microsoft Excel 2013 workbooks. By creating a formula you can enable Excel to perform mathematical functions with the numbers that you have entered into your cells. But the calculation of those functions can be set to occur either automatically or manually, so you… Continue Reading How to Turn On Automatic Calculation in Excel 2013
Formulas are one of the most useful features of Microsoft Excel, as it allows you to easily perform assorted operations on your data. Formulas can then be copied from single cells and applied to multiple cells, allowing you to quickly calculate a large number of mathematical operations that would take a long time to perform… Continue Reading How to Hide Formulas in Excel 2013