Keyboard Shortcuts 


Using keyboard shortcuts can help users save time by avoiding the need to navigate menus and ribbons. Examples include Ctrl+C for copy and Ctrl+V for paste. 

Conditional Formatting 


Using conditional formatting can help users visualize data by highlighting important trends or patterns. Examples include color-coding cells based on value ranges or applying data bars to show relative values. 

Pivot  Tables 


Pivot tables allow users to quickly summarize and analyze large data sets. Users can drag and drop columns to create custom reports and charts based on the data. 

Flash Fill


Flash Fill can help users quickly separate, combine, or format data without the need for complex formulas or functions. Users can simply type in the desired output, and Excel will automatically fill in the rest. 

Ranges Names


Using range names can help users refer to specific cells or ranges of cells more easily. Users can assign names to cells or ranges and use them in formulas and functions. 

Custom Number Formats 


Custom number formats can help users display numbers in a more readable format. Users can create custom formats for currency, percentages, dates, and other types of data. 

Power  Query 


Power Query allows users to connect to and transform data from a variety of sources. Users can merge, clean, and transform data with ease and create custom reports and visualizations based on the data. 

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