Excel provides an overwhelming amount of functions in comparison to Apple’s Numbers, but it can be argued that they both appeal to different spreadsheet users. Excel supports advanced charting and plotting features not available in Apple Numbers. However, Apple’s charts are more visually stimulating (as seen below). So which is right for you?
Say you have a table of data and you want Excel to look up a certain value and return a corresponding value in a different row. For that, you need a lookup function. Excel has a range of functions that you can use to achieve this including VLOOKUP() and HLOOKUP() and the more flexible - but slightly more complicated -combination of INDEX() and MATCH().
Excel is still the world’s favourite business software. 750 million knowledge workers use it for at least half an hour every single working day, and Microsoft CEO Sadya Nadella believes it’s still the most important Microsoft software. So it made sense for someone to make a list of the 100 Definitive Most Useful Excel Tips.
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