Page Setting and printing In MS Excel

In This Tutorial you can learn that how you can setup your page in MS Excel. There are many thing to do before you print your Excel sheet .The first Step you decide the page orientation. There are two page orientations portrait and landscape. Read more.......


How we use The Functions in MS Excel

Before using the function you must understand the cell reference . Cell Reference refer to a cell or a group of cells. in excel mostly we use the reference operator instead of actual value for example if we have a cell A1 with fill with value 20 and A2 is other cell fill with value 30 then if we want to add the two number then we write the following formula in cell A3:


Relative and Absolute Cell Reference in MS Excel

The Cell reference which some time also called Relative Cell reference. Normally, if you copy a formula which involves a cell reference to another location, then the cell reference is adjusted relative to its starting point. For example, copying a formula which calculates the sum of a column of numbers to an adjacent cell will sum the adjacent column of cells.  The formula has updated automatically to reference adjacent cells.


VLOOKUP Function In MS Excel

The Excel VLOOKUP function is used when we want to search the value in one column (left most column) and return (display) the value form other column from the same row. in simple word we say that VLOOKUP function is used for a vertical lookup for the purpose of searching for a value in the left-most column of table and return a value from the same row in the index number position. where index number is the column number from which result display.


How we Write Excel Formulas

In this tutorials we discuses the general formula. Basically general formula is user define formula which is collection of cell references , values , and arithmetic operator. When you enter formulas into your Excel worksheet, the formulas can calculate automatically.




Relative and Absolute Cell Reference in MS Excel

The Cell reference which some time also called Relative Cell reference. Normally, if you copy a formula which involves a cell reference to another location, then the cell reference is adjusted relative to its starting point. For example, copying a formula which calculates the sum of a column of numbers to an adjacent cell will sum the adjacent column of cells.  The formula has updated automatically to reference adjacent cells.


User Define Function (UDF) In Excel

In This tutorial we learn that how we create User define function in Excel with very simple example. For example if you have student exam record and you want to calculate the Percentage of the students then in excel there is no proper pre define function . you can calculate the percentage of student using manual formula like that =marks obtained * 100 / total marks but you can also create your own function for calculating percentage and you can use it as pre define function.


Convert Excel Data in to a Table

In This Tutorial you can learn how we create excel Table and what are the benefit of Excel Table. Why we create Table in Excel. These tables have useful features, like sorting and filtering, to help organize and view data.Read more.......


Components of Excel 2007 Environment

in this tutorials we learn about the different components of Excel 2007 Spreadsheet. Excel 2007 is Spread sheet application of Microsoft office in which data is orgnized in form of table which contain column and rows. each combination of row and column is called cell where the particular value store. below we discuse one by one each components in detail.


SUMIF FUNCTION In MS EXCEL

The Microsoft Excel SUMIFS function adds all numbers in a range of cells, based on a single or multiple criteria. we can say that SUMIF Sum all the number which meet with our given criteria in the selected range. Where criteria is any logical expression.