How to Select Every Other Row in Excel (3 Quick & Easy Ways)

To work on every other row in Excel, you would have to select them first. A continuous selection is no problem at all but selecting alternate rows? That doesn't need to be a problem either even though Excel does not have an explicit alternate row-selecting feature.Deleting or highlighting every other row and deleting or copying their data are … [Read more...]

Excel ADDRESS Function – How To Use

The ADDRESS function in Excel enables users to create a cell reference by providing the row and column numbers of a cell. The function is particularly useful when working with large datasets or creating dynamic formulas that need to reference different cells based on changing criteria.The ADDRESS function returns a text string that identifies the … [Read more...]

How to Change Page Orientation in Excel (Shortcut + VBA)

By default, the page orientation in documents is portrait mode, the other being landscape. An Excel file will also automatically be set to portrait orientation.On the worksheet, the page orientation has no relevance and comes to play in printing the work. How a worksheet prints is determined by the page orientation. Data with a vertical structure … [Read more...]

Excel N Function – How To Use

The N function in Excel converts any input value to a number. The numeric values and errors remain unaffected, while all other data gets converted to numbers.The N function is very useful when we strictly wish to work with numeric data and create compatibility with other spreadsheet programs.SyntaxThe syntax of the N function is as … [Read more...]

How to Change Row Height in Excel (5 Easy Ways + Shortcut)

The standard height of a row that you see in an Excel spreadsheet is dependent upon the font size you are using. The row height by default is enough to display one line of data. While additional data can be added in another cell, many times that would not be favorable and the data will have to be added to the same cell. Such as the example of a … [Read more...]

Excel T Function – How To Use

The T function is a text function that determines whether the input data is text or not. If the data is a text value, the function returns the input data in its original form whereas it results in an empty string for all non-text input values.The T function is highly beneficial when we wish to eliminate values that are not text making it easier … [Read more...]

How to Find a Named Range in Excel (4 Quick & Easy Ways)

All is looking upright in Excel; you've been so organized, have stacked all the worksheets in the most logical order, and have obsessively named over a dozen ranges down to the T. That is what Named Ranges are for, after all, to make the usage of a cell or a range easier in your spreadsheet life.That is just great going but how far are we falling … [Read more...]

Excel ARRAYTOTEXT Function – How To Use

The ARRAYTOTEXT function is used to convert any range of values into a single text string. The function simply combines the data from an array of cells into a single cell resulting in one text value or array. Depending on the format, the ARRAYTOTEXT function separates the data using either commas (,) or semicolons (;).The ARRAYTOTEXT function is … [Read more...]