View Formulas in a Table in Word: Overview You can view formulas in a table in Word easily. If you create a large table in Word that contains many formulas, you may have difficulty remembering which cells contain formulas and which cells contain ordinary numeric entries. To view formulas in a table in Word,
Trace Error in Excel: Overview Trace Error in Excel lets you trace arrows back to cells referenced by a formula if it displays an error. The Trace Error tool is available when auditing a worksheet within a workbook. Note that the formula cell that you select must contain an error to use the Trace Error
Function Compatibility in Excel: Overview Function compatibility in Excel supports older functions that have been replaced by newer versions of those functions. In Excel, some older formula functions have been replaced with new versions. These replacements occur to increase their accuracy and to better reflect their purpose. These new, more accurate statistical functions have
Goal Seek in Excel: Overview You can use Goal Seek in Excel when you know the result you want a formula to return, but do not know the value needed to create the desired result. Anytime you have a situation where you know the result that you need to obtain, but are unsure of
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
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.
The Fv Function: Overview The Fv function assists you in determining the future value of an investment based on periodic but constant payments with a constant interest rate. The future value is the total amount that a series of payments will be worth at a specified future time. For example, if you saved $100
Create a Calculated Field in Access: Overview You can easily create a calculated field in Access queries. A calculated field is a field that derives its value by performing a function on values from other table fields. It can also calculate values entered by hand. The field’s data only appears for the duration of