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Easily Insert Complicated Functions in Excel

Insert complicated functions easily and quickly using the Insert Function feature in Excel. This tutorial shows you how to use this wonderful tool in order to enter functions into Excel. This specific example inserts a Present Value function and a Text Function using the Insert Function feature.
Tutorial Length (mm:ss): 6:26
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Microsoft Office Program: Microsoft Office Excel
   
Keywords: training easy insert functions complex complicated arguments formulas tab
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This feature of Excel allows you to search for a function like a search engine searches websites; you simply enter some search terms and Excel returns every function similar to your search terms.
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Keywords: training insert search excel for function quickly
This tutorial shows you how to combine formulas and functions in Excel. This means the formulas and functions will be in the same cell and will be combined so to speak in order to generate output. This example also includes how to output text with formulas and functions to create output in sentence form.
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Learn how to cut, copy, and paste formulas and functions in Excel. This tutorial includes an explanation of absolute and relative cell references. You will learn how to move formulas and functions around a spreadsheet while preventing parts of the formulas or functions from changing or updating based on the new position of the formula or function. This will allow you to quickly add many formulas or functions to a spreadsheet. You will also learn how to use the keyboard shortcut F4 to quickly change formulas from relative to absolute. This is a must see tutorial for everyone just starting out using formulas and functions in Excel.
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This tutorial covers proper function usage in Excel. Proper function usage includes separating variables from the functions and formulas in which they are used. Separating the variables from the functions allows you to easily and quickly change the values used in the functions or formulas without having to actually change the functions or formulas themselves.
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