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Sort - Sort Based on Cell Color, Font Color, or Icon Set in Excel

This Excel sorting tutorial will show you how to sort data based on cell color, font color, and icon set. This will allow you to refine your data by color and increase the ability to analyze the data. This sorting tutorial also briefly covers conditional formatting in Excel, which is tied together with sorting based on font color, cell color, and icon set. This is an advanced sorting technique in Excel and is thoroughly covered in this tutorial.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 11:06
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Microsoft Office Program: Microsoft Office Excel
   
Keywords: training sort data sorting excel cell font color icon set sets conditional formatting format advanced
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This Excel sorting tutorial will show you how to sort one column or a small group of columns in Excel without sorting or rearranging the adjacent columns. This means that you can sort subsets of your data and not affect or change the order of the rest of the data in the spreadsheet. This is a very important feature of sorting in Excel and will help you to better organize and refine your data. This technique allows for a kind of mini-sort to be made within your data in Excel.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 3:55
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Keywords: training sort data sorting excel one column next subset adjacent data set table advanced
This Excel date and time tutorial shows you how to add days, months, and years to a date in Excel. This tutorial covers this complicated subject in a step by step manner and thoroughly explains everything along the way. Adding days or months or years to a date is an often required task and, once you watch this tutorial, will be very easy for you to do. As well, this tutorial covers multiple different ways to add months to a date in Excel, which is annoyingly more complicated than adding days or years to a date in Excel.
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