The shortcut keys will speed up the work by avoiding mouse clicks. Remembering these shortcut keys may be difficult, but by regular practice we can develop the habit of using short cut keys. Following are the 10 shortcut keys to speedup your work. 1 Ctrl+Space and Shift+Space these are the… Read more »

If you want to split the information in a cell and get only few number of characters in a particular cell you can use the simple functions like LEFT or RIGHT.LEFT: syntax for LEFT function=LEFT(text, [num_chars])LEFT function will give the number of characters given in the formula from left of the… Read more »

VLOOKUP is the popular and widely used formula in MS Excel. VLOOKUP function searches given value ( lookup_value) in the left most column of the table and returns the value in the given column (col_index_num) of the matching row. The syntax for VLOOKUP is: =VLOOKUP(lookup_value, table_array, col_index_num, [range_lookup]) Lookup_value: lookup_value … Read more »

SUMIF function is used to add the cells in a range which meets the given criteria. In SUMIF function you can give only one criteria. SUMIFS function adds the cells in a range which meets multiple criteria. Syntax for SUMIFS function is =SUMIFS(sum_range, criteria_range1, criteria1, [criteria_range2, criteria2], …) The sequence… Read more »

In this article we have explained how to use Excel SUMIF Formula. Excel SUMIF function can be used to sum the value in a range that meets the given criteria. Syntax for Excel SUMIF Formula is: =SUMIF(range, criteria,[sum_range]) range is the argument that specifies the cells in which the criteria or… Read more »

SUM is one of the most commonly used function in Excel , which is used to add the numbers in the argument. In this article you can learn the syntax and how to use excel SUM formula. You can use this formula to add the numbers in a range by… Read more »

If you copy and paste a cell containing formula or drag the cell, the formula reference will also change and move accordingly. For example, if you want to calculate the amount of sales to each customer based on the number of units sold when the sales price is fixed, and… Read more »

In Microsoft Excel, if the inputs are not valid, then the forula will show the error. This error may be like, #N/A, #VALUE!, #REF!, #DIV/0!, #NUM!, #NAME?, or #NULL!. To avoid this error, you can use the “ISERROR” or “IFERROR” formula. “IFERROR” is simple and easy, but this… Read more »