17 Excel Functions to use in 2017.
Versatility of Excel’s built-in functions is undeniably one of the main reasons behind this program’s popularity. As users, we have the flexibility to compose complex formulas incorporating multiple functions in our solution to achieve substantial gains in productivity. Most people have their own go-to Excel functions, be it: financial, date & time, math & trigonometry, statistics, look up & reference, database, text (manipulation), or logical. We’ve covered some of these functions already, but below is a compilation of 17 relatively under-used Excel functions you might want to add to your professional repertoire in the new year. Fair warning, you might need to have Office 365 version of Excel for all of the functions to work.
Top 15 Excel shortcuts for 2015.
To celebrate the end of this year, let’s look at some of the best Excel shortcuts that I have been sharing on Twitter almost every Tuesday in 2015 – #TuesdayShortcuts. Adding them to your Excel repertoire shall increase your productivity. It might be hard to remember these shortcuts, but the more shortcuts you know, the more time you will save. If you use a multiple screen set up, your time savings will even be greater, since you will save a lot of unnecessary hand movement. Still not convinced? What about health benefits? No, using shortcuts will not help you shed those unwanted pounds, but they might spare you the pain (literal pain, not an imaginary one) of this unpleasant thing called tendinitis – inflammation of your wrist’s tendon. And that mental effort of exercising your memory, shall probably help you stay mentally fit as you grow older and want to keep up with the newest features of Excel v50… You are welcome!