How to: uncover Excel data only revealed by a drop-down menu (Online Journalism Blog)

Online Journalism Blog: How to: uncover Excel data only revealed by a drop-down menu. “Sometimes an organisation will publish a spreadsheet where only a part of the full data is shown when you select from a drop-down menu. In order to get all the data, you’d have to manually select each option, and then copy the results into a new spreadsheet. It’s not great. In this post, I’ll explain some tricks for finding out exactly where the full data is hidden, and how to extract it without getting Repetitive Strain Injury.” Ooo. Spreadsheet forensics. I like.

MakeUseOf: How to Automate Repetitive Tasks in Google Sheets With Macros

MakeUseOf: How to Automate Repetitive Tasks in Google Sheets With Macros . “While Google Sheets has long allowed users to write their own Apps Script functions, macros open up this kind of functionality to all Google Sheets users—no coding experience required. Macros are particularly useful if you find yourself dealing with multiple sheets over and over with similar data or information. For instance, any kind of monthly trackers with elaborate functions to collate data will benefit from the of macros.”

MakeUseOf: How to Use Google Sheets to Keep Every Part of Your Life Organized

MakeUseOf: How to Use Google Sheets to Keep Every Part of Your Life Organized. “You don’t need shiny new apps and websites if you’re looking to get your life organized. All you need is the trusty spreadsheet. With Google Sheet’s sharing capabilities and some solid, easy-to-use templates, you can stay on top of your budget, schedule, to-do list, and more.”

Think macro: record actions in Google Sheets to skip repetitive work (Google Blog)

Google Blog: Think macro: record actions in Google Sheets to skip repetitive work. “We’ve been focused on making Google Sheets better for businesses for this reason, which is why we’ve recently added new features to help teams analyze and visualize their data. Today we’re adding more updates to Sheets, including a way to record macros in the cloud to automate repetitive tasks, as well as more formatting options.”

Coding is Love: The complete guide to using Google sheets as database

Coding is Love: The complete guide to using Google sheets as database. “Let’s talk about the mighty Google sheets. Mighty? Yes! It is one the best spreadsheet apps on par with Microsoft Excel. Actually, Google sheets is better than Excel in few cases because of its features like Apps script, Timed triggers, Form triggers, Google sheets API, importXML etc. Let’s talk about different advanced features of Google sheets, its limitations, alternate solutions and how to use those features and how to use google sheets as database!” The English is not 100% perfect but there’s a lot of information here.