Excel makes it easy to incorporate a pattern, texture, or graphic file for elements in your chart. E.g., you can create funny burger sales chart for your colleagues.
Range names is a powerful Excel feature which allows you to give a symbolic name for the cell or range of cells to be later used as convenient replacement for cell/range address in formulas.
Color code is a perfect way to identify content and draw an attention to it. In Excel you can easily change colors of one or more spreadsheet tabs.
You can use "Copy" (Ctrl+C) and "Paste" (Ctrl+V) options, but there is faster way to "copy" a formula to multiple adjacent cells.
This tip describes how to use fractions simply.
You can make a worksheet more visually appealing and easier to read by centering text across multiple columns. Often you do this by merging and centering the merged cells, but it is not the only option.
Having your 4 most recently used workbooks on the File menu (or Getting Started pane) is handy, but you may find it's not enough. You can increase the number shown up to 9.
Every workbook uses a palette of 56 colors, but you can change palette for the current workbook or even change the default colors for new workbooks.
This setting enables you to select a different font and font size for your worksheets.
You can use Excel's AutoCorrect feature to create shortcuts for commonly used words or phrases.