Sometimes you need to select a large data range. This tip shows how to select rows, columns, rectangular,
or free form ranges in a few clicks.
Microsoft Excel proposes many different features for creating a perfect presentation of your data.
One of these features is linked elements. This tip shows how to create a drop-down list and automatically
show linked objects, such as images, text, hyperlinks, etc., for the selected drop-down list item.
When you have some gaps in your chart data, Excel doesn't show any data for these gaps and your chart
looks odd. Instead you can show interpolated values instead of gaps in the chart.
When you have some hidden cells in your chart data, Excel ignores data for these gaps and doesn't
show the corresponding chart elements.
Excel automatically creates hyperlinks if you type or insert some text that Excel sees like a hyperlink
such as URL or e-mail. You can quickly turn off and turn on the automatic creation of
hyperlinks for more comfortable work in Excel ☺.
Sometimes you need to add a horizontal line to your chart. E.g., this will be useful to show data with some
goal line or limits:
When you work in Excel, by default, it automatically identifies all issues, such as incorrect data in the cell, problems with formulas, etc. So, you see green triangles (by default) shown in the top left corner of these cells.
Microsoft Excel proposes some unique features that can help to work fast and easy with a lot of data. One of
the important things of working with large worksheets is the possibility to switch between presentations of
results only and all intermediate data.