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  • Text to Columns help

    Hi there, I am in need of help! I have exported contacts in from Microsoft Outlook 2010. We are needing the address to be split into the columns. I have included a sample of the data in this post (see Sampledata.xlsx). Can someone please let me know if there are any tricks to seperating the data? Thanks...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hannah on Tue, Nov 6 2012
  • Help with the basics using excel 2003

    Hello and thank you for reading this, my first ever forum post. I have been driven to seek help for an issue i know you will able to help me with. Scenario: I have produced a spreadsheet to record student scores for a number of tests. each test has three cells to it 1: the score (entered by the instructor...
    Posted to General (Forum) by shaynetibbles on Sat, Jan 15 2011
  • I want to create a standard deviation bell graph

    Can please someone send me the workings in a excel sheet which shows how to create a bell shaped graph. I have 500 data points and i'm struggling to show standard deviation in the form of a bell graph. You help will be appriciated. My email address is : vanse@hotmail.co.uk Thanks
    Posted to General (Forum) by vanse@hotmail.co.uk on Sun, Mar 30 2008
  • Re: Excel Styles and Views

    I used to use Views a lot, particularly in combination with the old Reports add-in (is this still available in Excel 2007?). However, I've found that the Views feature is incompatible with Tables in Excel 2007, so I'm waiting for that to be fixed in a future version. Steve
    Posted to General (Forum) by onegin on Tue, Jan 29 2008
  • Re: Excel Styles and Views

    Omar Bit of a tough one to answer as features are very 'personal'. I find myself often saying, "Don't do it like that', but in fact, if you get it done, are comfortable and reasonably efficient, why change. I would say two things 1) Styles are great, but VERY underused. The one good...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Nick Hodge on Tue, Jan 29 2008
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