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Microsoft Office Tips and Tricks (Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint)

This post is to collect some tips and tricks from my own IT experience. Some of them collected from Internet. 


Work

Convert Texts into a Table:
 







Visio

Find & Replace


PDF

Online PDF to Word

Outlook


Add a new share email box into outlook





Excel


Copy Web Page Data into Excel with Proper data format change. Remove Empty Rows.

For example, copying following page into excel is a mess. 



Here is what I did:
a. Copy selected data into notepad 
b. use replace feature to remove no-need data, such as 'add' this kind of texts.
c. copy left data into Excel. It might still have lots of empty lines with spaces in your data which you want to remove.
d. use =trim function to remove spaces in the empty cell
e. copy the trim function line.
f. choose the first cell of your copied data, press f10, which give you option to only copy text to overwrite existing data
g. Using find&Select button , select Go To Special...
h. select blanks, which will select all blank cells. If there is a space in, that cell will not be selected.
i. Select Delete button, then choose Delete sheet Row, this will delete those Empty rows does not have data.






5.1 Open Excel files in New Window
Lots of times, I will need two Excel windows side by side, on different monitors, so I could work on both at the same. By default, Excel will open Excel files into same Excel Instance and you will have to split window or re-arrange excel file in same monitor to see both files. Here is small trick to change this behavior. 
  • In Excel 2003, go to Tools -> Options -> General tab. Make sure the option, ‘Ignore other applications’ is checked.
  • In Excel 2007 & 2010, Click the Office button -> Excel Options -> Advanced. Under General, check ‘Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange’.



5.2 Formula- Convert a text to Number:
=VALUE(TRIM(CLEAN(SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(160)," "))))

5.3 Formula - Search a Column of Strings Based on Datas in another Column:

=MATCH("*"&(O6)&"*",B:B,0)


5.4. Matching and Return value crossing different columns 
5.4.1
=IF( COUNTIF('Servers'!A:A, A3)=0, "No", "Yes")
Check if A3 value is in worksheet "Servers" column A. If found , show Yes, else, show No

5.4.2
=VLOOKUP(A3,'Z:\0 Operation\1 Scan\[Scan_Report_Server.xlsx]APP IP'!A:H,8,)
Check if A3 value found in the file "Z:\0 Operation\1 Scan\[Scan_Report_Server.xlsx" - worksheet "APP IP' - Column A to H. If found, return same row's , eighth column's value.


5.5 Pivot Table Tips
5.5.1 Put Multiple Columns into Pivot Table
Right Click your pivot table - > PivotTable Options

5.5.2 Do not show subtotal from Pivot Table
After you enabled Classic Pivot Table layout, by default, subtotal will show . Here is how to turn it off:
Step 1. Select a cell in the pivot table
Step 2. On the Ribbon, click the Design tab
Step 3. In the Layout group, click Subtotals, and click Do Not Show Subtotals.




5.5.3 Change PivotTable Column Name
click to select the column name, press F2

5.5.4 Group Multiple Rows to one
Hold ctrl key to select the rows you want to group, then right click to select group. You also can use F2 to change grouped name.




5.6 All Kinds of Excel GIFs
Automatically Add Column Titles on Each Print Page:

 

Set Tables Border:
 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 



用数据透视表做分组计数:





Reference:
1. Excel Tips Net
2. Excel Formula : Convert a text to Number
3. Excel Formula: Search a column of strings in the spreadsheet

1 comment:

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