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Ungroup or split a range of cells

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Ungroup or split a range of cells

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Consolidate data in multiple worksheets

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Consolidate data in multiple worksheets

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Apply data validation to cells

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Apply data validation to cells

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How To: Protect Your Excel Spreadsheet From Unauthorized Changes

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If you work with a team of people using Excel, you may want to protect your Excel Spreadsheet from changes. Adding a password in order for people to make changes does just that.

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And Function

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Char Function

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Got ASCII?? Learn to use the Char Function in Excel.

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ABS Function

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Learn to use the ABS Function in Excel

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DAYS360 Function

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The DAYS360 function is used to calculate the number of days between two dates. It is based on a 360 day calendar.

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DSUM Function

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The DSUM function is used to sum the values in a column or range based on selected criteria.

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AutoSum function in Excel

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The AutoSum Function is by far one of the most useful features in all of Excel. Just about every spreadsheet can benefit from incorporating the AutoSum function.

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The SUMIF function adds cells specified in range by a certain co

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The SUMIF function adds cells specified in range by a certain condition or criteria.

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HLOOKUP Function in Excel

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HLOOKUP stands for horizontal lookup. The difference between HLOOKUP and VLOOKUP is that HLOOKUP searches for data in rows instead of columns.