Freeze Panes in Excel: Overview You can freeze panes in Excel to view data in two separate sections of a long worksheet simultaneously. You can freeze panes in Excel to freeze one or two sections of a worksheet to prevent scrolling. Then you can then scroll the unfrozen section of the worksheet to view
Sort a Table in Excel: Overview You can sort a table in Excel using any of the fields available. Sorting is one of the main reasons that you create tables in Microsoft Excel. It allows you to easily organize information in the table records. By default, Excel can sort alphabetically or numerically in either
Name an Embedded Chart in Excel: Overview You can easily name an embedded chart in Excel. To name an embedded chart in Excel, first select the chart to name within a worksheet. You can then click into the “Name Box” at the left end of the Formula Bar. Then simply type a new name
Create Calculated Columns in Power Pivot in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to create calculated columns in Power Pivot in Excel. You can create calculated columns and measures from the tables in the Power Pivot data model. Doing this lets you create table values that you can then add to PivotTables and
Enable Power Pivot in Excel: Overview This lesson shows you how to enable Power Pivot in Excel. Power Pivot expands the abilities of the Excel data model to allow for robust data management and reporting for PivotTables and PivotCharts. Before you can start using Power Pivot, however, you must enable it in Excel. Power
Forecast Sheets in Excel: Overview You can insert forecast sheets in Excel into a workbook to predict future trends from existing time-based data. To create forecast sheets in Excel, you must have a series of date or time entries for the timeline. You must also have corresponding values for those time or date entries.
Format Trendlines in Excel Charts: Overview You can easily format trendlines in Excel charts if you applied them to one or more chart series. To format trendlines in Excel, click the “Format” tab within the “Chart Tools” contextual tab in the Ribbon. Then select a trendline to format from the “Chart Elements” drop-down in
The Pv Function: Overview This lesson shows you how to use the Pv function in Excel. Most of the functions that a lawyer needs to know assist them in business and financial computations. You can use these functions to help both the law firm as well as its clients.