I want to be able to open multiple instances of Excel 2010 in Windows 7 on a PC. This is the default for opening Word docs but for some reason Excel limits me to multiple windows inside one instance. Is there a way to do this? Challenge: I do not have the ability to edit the registry on this (work) computer.
What do you need to know to be "proficient" in Excel and Word? [more inside]
Need help with (possibly?) "indirect" in Excel. [more inside]
Excel-filter: Is there a way to copy a formula from a cell on one sheet (e.g., page 4) to a different cell on a different sheet (page 1), where the total from page 4 is carried over to page 1? [more inside]
Recommendations for an online Excel refresher course, preferably free, that will make me an Excel
God Master Wizard user compentant enough not to embarrass myself in 72 hours? [more inside]
Where can I download more attractive funnel chart templates for Excel 2007? [more inside]
MS Excel Problem: How can I filter out all but the latest entry for each unique ID? [more inside]
I need MS Excel and Word to play together nicely. I can do what I need to in Word, and I can do what I need to in Excel; it's the Relationship that's Complicated. Maybe I need workflow advice? Basic knowledge? Please, please keep reading. [more inside]
MS Excel Question: If I have a column with a range of dates in it, is there a formula that will tell me how many years ago that date was from today? [more inside]
I have a very large MS Excel spreadsheet in Mac Office 2008 (yuk). I want to find every cell that contains bold text and append an asterisk to it -- i.e. "bold cell text" becomes "bold cell text*". I can probably find a Windows machine if necessary. How can this be done automatically?
MS Excel question: Creating a master spreadsheet that dynamically updates when information is updated from any one of six other spreadsheets. Possible? [more inside]
ExcelFilter: I don't see an easy one-function way to get the initial letters of a text string in Excel. Is there such a beast?
ExcelFilter: I don't see an easy one-function way to get the initial letters of a text string in Excel. Is there such a beast? [=Text(MI)] [more inside]
I'm looking for a good, but very basic Excel tutorial. I'm somewhat familar with computers at large, but suddenly faced with an office productivity application my eyes are rolling up in my head and I'm drooling liberally. [more inside]