Make Tech Easier: How to Use Google Sheets: Key Tips to Get You Started . “Ever since Windows’ inception, Microsoft Excel has been the go-to program for number-crunching, spreadsheets, invoices, and all the other things in life that you want organized into infinite grids of rows and columns. But since the Cloud came to prominence, Google Sheets has become the program of choice for many people. It may not be as feature-rich as Excel, but there’s a lot more to it than first meets the eye.” Nice set of “anything you want to do on Google Sheets will be easier if you learn this” tips.
MakeUseOf: How to Compare Two Excel Files. “Need to compare two Microsoft Excel files? Here are two easy ways to do so. There are plenty of reasons why you might need to take one Excel document and compare it to another. This can be a time-consuming task that requires a lot of concentration, but there are ways to make it easier on yourself.”
Google Blog: Pivot to the cloud: intelligent features in Google Sheets help businesses uncover insights. “We launched ‘Explore’ in Sheets to help you decipher your data easily using the power of machine intelligence, and since then we’ve added even more ways for you to intelligently visualize and share your company data. Today, we’re announcing additional features to Google Sheets to help businesses make better use of their data, from pivot tables and formula suggestions powered by machine intelligence, to even more flexible ways to help you analyze your data.”
Make Tech Easier: 10 Google Sheets Add-ons You Should Consider Using . “Google Sheets add-ons go beyond rows and columns. You can use extensions to express mathematical formulas in graphs, build apps, develop APIs, craw up coordinates on maps, build machine learning tools for predictive analysis, and much more. Below are some of the best Google Sheets add-ons to help you be more productive in your work.” Dang it, I want the time to try most of not all of these.
Search Engine Journal: 11 Places You Can Learn Microsoft Excel for Free . “You don’t have to attend formal classes at a university to get a grip on Excel. There are numerous free resources available that let you learn the program from the comfort of your home. So, put on your favorite ‘Netflix and chill’ outfit, grab a snack or a tasty beverage, and prepare to understand Excel like you never have before thanks to these 11 places where you can learn Microsoft Excel for free.”
Digital Trends: Learn How To Convert A PDF Into An Excel Document, With These Easy Options. “Just because your co-worker sent you a PDF file instead of the Excel document you wanted, doesn’t mean you have to stick with it. In this guide, we’ll teach you how to convert a PDF into an Excel document in a few quick and easy steps. We’ll even teach you a few different ways to do it.”
Digital Inspiration: How to Copy a Formula Down an Entire Column in Google Sheets. “You are working inside a Google Spreadsheet where a formula needs to copied down to the last row of the sheet. There are several ways to solve this problem.” Always looking for better ways to deal with spreadsheets.