# Newest Tutorials

**How to Quickly Sum Columns or Rows of Numbers in Excel?**

How to Quickly Sum Columns or Rows of Numbers in Excel? The SUM function provides a quick way to sum columns or rows of numbers in an Excel worksheet.

**Using SUM(IF()) as an array function instead of COUNTIF() with AND or OR criteria**

In Microsoft Excel, the COUNTIF() function allows you to determine the number of cells in a range whose values match a certain criterion, but it does not allow you to use criteria involving the logical operators OR or AND. This article shows you how to use SUM(IF()) as an array function to accomplish that task.

**Count vs Sum Functions**

The most used functions in Excel are the functions that count and sum. You can count and sum based on one criteria or multiple criteria. To count the number of cells that contain numbers, use the COUNT function.

**Convert fractional Excel time to hours & minutes**

Lets say the park near your house rents tennis courts by hour. And they charge $10 per hour. At the end of an intense tennis playing week, Linda, the tennis court manager called you up and said you need to pay $78 as rent for that week.

**Quickly convert numbers stored as text**

Often, we end up with a situation where a bunch of numbers are stored as text. In such cases, Excel displays a warning indicator at the top-left corner of the cell. If you click on warning symbol next to the cell, Excel shows a menu offering choices to treat the error.

**Replace formulas with values with a simple wiggle**

Here is a very simple & fun way to replace formulas with values. Select all the cells that contain formulas, Right click on the selection border (your mouse pointer changes to 4 sided arrow)...

**Max formula to 3D Max Formula**

We all know about the MAX formula. But do you know about 3D Max? Sounds intriguing? Read on. Lets say you are the sales analyst at ACME Inc. Your job involves drinking copious amounts of coffee, creating awesome reports & helping ACME Inc. beat competition. For one of the reports, you need to find out the maximum transactions by any customer across months.

**Eight ways to exploit COUNTIF() … and sumif()**

Using COUNTIF() to replace pivot tables: We all know that you can use countif() to replace pivot tables for simple data summarization. For eg. if you have customer data in a table and you would like to know how many customers you have in each city you can use countif() to find that.

**SUMIF COUNTIF Excel function**

How to use the sumif countif excel function to sum or count depending on some criteria. In this segment you will learn how to activate the sumif countif excel functions, and use these functions to add or count cells based on set criteria.

**Microsoft Excel SUM Function Help**

The SUM function is a computer program that you run from a worksheet cell formula. It adds a group of numbers together generally from a worksheet area you specify (called a range). You run the SUM worksheet function by typing its name in a formula then followed by the information it is suppose to calculate. Since adding cell values together on the worksheet is a very common task and can take a long time if you were to use a standard formula like =A1+A2+A3..., this function allows you to perform an addition calculation very rapidly on a great deal of numbers.

**SUMIF function**

Mandatory argument range is the range of cells you want to estimate the function. Sum_range use the optional argument, if we want to identify the specific cells that will be summed, where the corresponding cell in the field meet the criteria. If omitted, the function suma_zakres will add up all cells in the range.

**Excel SUMIF Function Step by Step Tutorial**

The SUMIF function combines the IF function and SUM function in Excel. This combination allows you to add up those values in a selected range of data that meets specific criteria. The IF portion of the function determines what data meets the specified criteria and the SUM part does the addition.

**Excel's COUNT Function**

Excel's COUNT function is one of a group of Count Functions that are used to total the number of cells in a selected range that contain a specific type of data. Each member of this group does a slightly different job and the COUNT function's job is to total only those cells that contain numbers. The function ignores empty cells and those that contain text data.

**Formulas and Functions: Spreadsheet Formulas**

This series of tips, tutorials, and articles covers how to create and use formulas and functions in Excel and other spreadsheet programs. The tutorials listed here include how to create formulas to carry out basic mathematical calculations as well as how to create more complex formulas - such as nesting functions and array formulas. Tutorials include step by step examples.

**Advanced Formulas and Functions**

Excel provides an enormous number of established formulas and assistance in auditing and calculating your data. The primary groupings are financial, logical, text, date and time, lookup and reference, math and trigonometry, statistical, engineering, cube, and file-related information.

**Learn how to use the Excel AND function with syntax and examples**

The Microsoft Excel AND function returns TRUE if all conditions are TRUE. It returns FALSE if any of the conditions are FALSE. Please note that the VBA version of the AND function has different syntax.

**Excel Function Tutorials**

Here you will find step by step tutorials on the most useful and most used functions in Excel.The function tutorials are organized according to the headings found under the Formulas tab in Excel.

**How to share Excel data with Word documents**

Learn how to share Excel data with Word documents and other files. Most of the time, you'll simply need to paste static Excel data in a Word document. Select the Excel data.

**Printing : important print settings**

This chapter teaches you how to print a worksheet and how to change some important print settings in Excel. To print a worksheet in Excel 2010, execute the following steps.

**How to validate data**

Use data validation in Excel to make sure that users enter certain values into a cell. In this example, we restrict users to enter a whole number between 0 and 10.