## Microsoft Excel vs Google Sheets – A Quick Comparison

Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets are popular spreadsheet applications that are used in data analysis and handling using formulas, tables, tools, macros, and even code. Both applications have more or less the same features and tools for data handling and visual data representation. However, Microsoft Excel is a longstanding data analysis application founded in 1985 …

## Hyperbolic Functions in Excel: A Complete Guide

Excel has built-in functions for quickly and simply calculating hyperbolic values. All of Excel’s hyperbolic functions are illustrated below with suitable examples. Hyperbolic Functions in Excel Let’s get right into the different hyperbolic functions in Excel without any further ado. You can also check out our other tutorials on Trigonometric functions if you’re interested in …

## How to Print Gridlines in Excel?

Excel spreadsheets are made up of rows and columns and ‘cell’ is the block where these rows and columns meet. These rows and columns make up for a Grid which collectively is termed as gridlines as they are in line formatting. By default, printing of Excel worksheet doesn’t include the gridlines of the worksheet rather …

## NPV in Excel – Steps to Calculate NPV in Excel

The Net Present Value (NPV) or net present worth is a popular financial analysis method to determine the feasibility of an investment in a project/business, security, or anything that deals with cash flow. For example, suppose an investor needs to choose between investing his money into setting up either of the two factories, which would …

## Lookup and Reference Functions in Excel – Part IV

Lookup and Reference functions help you work with data arrays and come in handy when you need to work across multiple data sets. They can provide information about a range, retrieve the location of a given address or value, or seek up specific values. Here are some of the lookup and reference functions. Lookup and …

## P-Value in Excel – What Is It And How To Calculate P-Value In Excel?

In Excel, P-Values are also known as probability values, and they are used to determine the statistical significance of a finding. The P-Value is used to determine whether the Null Hypothesis is valid. If the null hypothesis is deemed implausible by the P-Value, we might conclude that the alternative hypothesis is likely to be correct. …

## Top Tips and Tricks to Use Excel Like a Pro 

This article is the ultimate guide to using Microsoft Excel like a pro! With this guide, you will understand interesting and helpful tricks to execute simple and complex tasks with the help of shortcuts and tools. Read till the end to start using Excel like a pro! Pasting multiple texts at once With Excel’s magical …

## Lookup and Reference Functions in Excel [Part 3]

Lookup and Reference functions help you work with data arrays and come in handy when you need to work across multiple data sets. They can provide information about a range, retrieve the location of a given address or value, or seek up specific values. Here are some of the lookup and reference functions. Lookup and …

## How to Reference Another Sheet in Excel?

In this tutorial, we will explain to you the fundamentals of an external reference in Excel and demonstrate how you can reference another sheet and workbook in your formulas. In Excel, an external reference refers to a cell or range of cells, not in the current worksheet. The significant advantage of utilizing an Excel external …