This function, for given start and end date, calculates how much time has passed in years, and as a result returns a decimal number. It can be used to calculate annual interest, future value and in other cases when it is necessary to know how many years have passed. In the text that follows, through a simple example, you will get to know this function.
Power Query (which has been the go-to tool for importing data into Excel for some time now) has a new option! Rereiving data from PDF documents has been around for a long time, and now you can also pick up tables from an image or image on the clipboard. So, if someone sends you an invoice that they took a photo of via Viber or WhatsApp, you don’t have to enter the data manually.
Pivot tables are a report that has existed in Excel for a very long time, and it allows us to look at a source dataset from different angles, as well as to easily change views on the data. Despite the fact that this is a very useful report, many people still do not know how to use pivot tables. That’s why Microsoft recently added an option in Excel by which, based on the selected data, it can recommend you what kind of pivot table to create.
Microsoft is constantly working to improve the user experience and make everyday work in Excel easier. A few years ago, the „Tell me what you want to do“ option appeared, and later its functionality was integrated into the Search field, which you can still see in the title bar of any Excel document. Search is now part of the context menu, and browsing Excel features is even easier than before…
How many grams are there in one cup? How many grams fit in a tablespoon? And in a coffee spoon? This is information that until now you had to search for on the Internet, and since recently there is an Excel function that enables these and some other conversions. It is very easy to use, and if you want to know how, read this “recipe” (it cannot be converted into several smaller ones, but it is interesting)!