Excel 2010

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Analysis

How to Split Data into Multiple Columns in Excel 2010

Use the Convert Text to Columns Wizard in Excel 2010 when you need to split combined data into separate columns, such as a first name and last name; or city, state, and zip code. This type of combined [more…]

Using Functions

Applying Functions in Excel 2010

Excel uses functions for math that's more complicated than simple arithmetic. Functions often use one or more cell references or ranges and can perform a wide variety of math, including calculating averages [more…]

Building Formulas

Creating Complex Formulas in Excel 2010

Excel can calculate complex formulas where you want to combine adding, multiplication, division, and more, but you have to write your formulas carefully so Excel understands the end result you're looking [more…]

Charts

How to Edit and Format an Excel 2010 Chart

Creating a chart in Excel 2010 can be helpful when trying to analyze a set of data. After you've created a chart in Excel, modifying it to make it look better, to match a color scheme, or even to chart [more…]

Excel 2010

Performing Basic Math in Excel 2010

It's easy to create simple math formulas in Excel, just typing the equal sign (=) in a cell tells Excel that you're ready to start a formula. You can use the mouse and click on the cells you want to include [more…]
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