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## Find the Average Minimum or Maximum in Excel

Find the Average Minimum or Maximum Excel When working we often have long lists of figures in a spreadsheet. If you have a list of shops that sold coffee you might want to find out which was the smallest sales figure in the list, or perhaps you want to find out what the average sales is […]

## IF Function (IF Statement) in Microsoft Excel 2010

Quick Tip for Microsoft Excel 2010 Here I talk about IF Function (IF Statement) in Microsoft Excel 2010 An If function asks Excel to consider if something is true or false.  If it is true it will return one answer, if it false it will return a different answer. For example:  Can my company afford to […]

## Hide and Unhide a Worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2010

Quick Tip for Microsoft Excel 2010 Here is how to Hide and Unhide a Worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2010. To Hide a Worksheet 1. Right click on the Sheet tab you want to hide 2. Click on Hide 3. The Sheet tab disappears To Unhide a Worksheet 1. Right click on any Sheet tab in the Workbook […]

## Delete Copy and Move a Worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2010

Quick Tip for Microsoft Excel 2010 Here is how to Delete Copy and Move a Worksheet in Microsoft Excel 2010. To Delete a Worksheet 1. Right-click on the sheet you wish to delete 2. Click on Delete 3. Click OK on the confirmation dialog box Copy a Worksheet To copy a worksheet via right-click 1. Right-click on […]

## Insert Worksheets in Microsoft Excel 2010

Quick Tip for Microsoft Excel 2010 You need to add a worksheet to your Excel Workbook. It might be for a different product category, or perhaps you need one worksheet per month? Here is how to insert Worksheets in Microsoft Excel 2010. To insert a worksheet using the icon. 1. Click on the New Worksheet icon […]

## How to Input an Absolute Cell Reference in Microsoft Excel 2010

Quick Tip for Microsoft Excel 2010 Here is How to Input an Absolute Cell Reference in Microsoft Excel 2010. To input an absolute cell reference while creating a formula Select the cell where you require the first formula Enter the formula as normal Press F4 after the cell reference you wish to be absolute (Dollar signs will […]

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