We go over how to add if statements into Google Sheets, a very important and useful formula
Data Validation is a great tool to use to both protect your spreadsheet from major data errors, but also to create drop down lists.
In this article, we will teach you how to make a graph in Google Sheets. But also how to edit it, and do some basic statistical analysis, such as adding a trendline.
Here we teach you 10 of the most useful and most used formulas in Google sheets, which are easy to learn for beginners.
Lesson 3 – Dragging Formulas and Absolutes (How to efficiently apply one formula to hundreds of cells in a matter of seconds)
This article will let you be able to drag and apply a formula to hundreds of cells, in the matter of seconds, by the method of dragging
Lesson 4 – Conditional Formatting Fundamentals (Beautiful Color Coding, Understanding Formatting Equations)
Conditional Formatting lets you easily color code items based on the contents of their cells. For example, you can create tables where all numbers above 5 turn green, and those below turn red. This is a beautiful way to clearly display your data, making it easy for others to understand.
Lesson 2 – Basic Spreadsheet Structure for crisp readability (Cells, Coordinates, Resizing Columns/Rows)
In this article we will teach you about what cells are, how they are on a coordinate system, and how to resize rows and columns.
Here we teach you the basics of Google Sheets, how to add, subtract, multiply, etc. With this, you will learn the basics of how to enter in formulas.