Saturday, 2 June 2012

The Ultimate Excel Cheatsheet

Working with the Excel 2007 is now more frustrating than ever when it comes to finding the right commands. Sometimes it seems like part magic and part luck. That’s why I’ve put together the cream of the crop of Excel shortcuts in easy to use cheatsheets you can print up and keep handy.

Highlighting the most commonly used and commonly looked for Excel commands, this list puts it all at your fingertips.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Learn how to get around Excel using only the keyboard. These cheatsheets have the keyboard shortcuts for mainpulating files, editing content, changing formatting and navigating around workbooks.

Excel Function Cheatsheets

The key to being efficient with Excel is knowing which functions to use. With the cheatsheets below you can find functions for working with finance, statistics and database content among others.

Excel Formula Cheatsheets

If you need specific calculations, this is a good place to start. Below, you’ll get a number of cheatsheets referencing the general formulas you need. Discover formulas on how to do basic math calculations, compose conditional formulas, perform complex counting and numerical conversions. Simply put in your own cell references and you’re ready to go.

How To Read Cell References

Simple Math Formulas From Microsoft.com

Adding Numbers

Calculate Percentages

Calculate percentages

Rounding Numbers

Advanced Excel Tips From Microsoft.com

Guidelines and Examples Of Array Formulas

How to import data from Microsoft SQL Server into Microsoft Excel

Macro to Extract Data from a Chart In Excel

Excel and VBA Cheatsheets

If you work with Excel and VBA and are looking for quick resources, try these handy VBA code snippet resources. Learn VBA code for manipulating date and time values, working with arrays and cell content and even emailing workbooks directly from Excel.

General VBA Functions from The Spreadsheetpage

Working with both Visual Basic and Excel is no uncommon thing. That’s why The Spreadsheetpage makes a few general VBA code snippets available to get yourself started with spreadsheets the fast way.

Date And Time VBA Code From cpearson.com

Working With Date and Time

From working with leap years to calculating ages, cpearson.com has a few useful VBA code samples that cover a majority of the date and time calculations you need the most.

Working With Week Numbers

Working with week numbers is just one way of organizing and recording dates. Find VBA code to help you work with ISO week numbers, absolute week numbers and more right here.

Working With Time Zones

Need to work with different time zones? The scripts on this page can display and convert time zones as well as helping you find the difference between GMT and Local time.

Excel VBA Code Snippets from Ozgrid.com
Sort An Array

Being able to use an array formula means you can perform a number of complex calculations. Ozgrid.com offers some VBA code to help you--it helps sort out all your array formulas.

VBA Workbook Macros From TeachExcel.com

Combine mulitple workbooks into one

From TeachExcel.com, this code snippet lets you work more efficiently within Excel by combining multiple workbooks into one with a simple macro.

Reverse Cell contents

Need to reverse a few numbers? The VBA macro offered here is designed to do just that. It works on text and numbers within selected cells.

Reverse Row or Column Order in a Worksheet

After you’ve mastered reversing the textual and numeric contents of a few cells, try out this macro and reverse the row or column order.

Delete Entire Rows Based on Predefined Criteria (Text)

If you’re looking for more efficient ways of cutting out and editing your spreadsheet data, TeachExcel.com offers you this macro which deletes rows based upon the criteria you define.

Print all Embedded Charts in the Entire Workbook

Here’s a VBA macro that’ll save you a ton of time by letting you print up all the embedded charts that are in a workbook in one shot.

Excel Command Line Switches

When you need specific control over Excel you need to customize and launch Excel at the highest level. Find command line switches to customize your Excel application with these Excel Command Line Switch cheatsheets.

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