How to Use the Quick Analysis Tool in Excel
Quick Analysis is one of the features introduced in Excel 2013. It allows you to visually spot trends and information in your spreadsheets, with just a few clicks. This is a really simple trick that even those of you brand new to Excel will be able to use.
In this video, Nicky will show you how to use Quick Analysis and some of the Formatting tools - and how to clear it if you don't want to see the information anymore.
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How to use the Quick Analysis Tool in Excel
With Quick Analysis, options for number data include Data Bars (or bar charts) that display in each cell, or Icon Sets, which show arrows to indicate how high or low a number is. Excel can even recognise when your data is a Date and highlight dates from last week or last month for you. This tip is quick and easy to use, and in this two-minute video, Nicky shows you how to use it and how to hide it when needed.
- Save Time in Excel with Autofill — in this video, Nicky explains how to use Autofill when creating a new spreadsheet, so you barely have to type a thing.
- How to Create a Pivot Table in Excel — Pivot Tables are the perfect way to sort and analyse your data in Excel. Find out how to create one in this short video.
- How to Speed Up Using Autosum in Excel — Did you know there is a shortcut for Autosum? In this video, Nicky shows you this great timesaver that you can use for both simple and more complex spreadsheets.
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