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Learn how to make your own Excel templates in no time and where to find the best collections of free templates for your Excel such as calendars, budgets, invoices, inventory, charts, and more.

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Grab a universal compound interest formula for Excel to calculate interest compounded daily, weekly, monthly or yearly and use it to create your own compound interest calculator.

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In this tutorial, you will lean a quick way to calculate percentages in Excel, find the basic percentage formula and a few more formulas for calculating percentage increase, percent of total and more.

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In this short tutorial, you will find many helpful details about Excel percent format and learn how to make Excel show percentages correctly.

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In this article, you can find a few tips on using Excel logical functions AND, OR, XOR and NOT as well as a few formula examples that demonstrate their common and inventive uses.

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The tutorial explains the basics of Excel logical operators such as equal to, not equal to, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to and demonstrates a couple of innovative uses.

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This Excel IF tutorial provides a variety of formula examples that demonstrate how to use the IF function with other functions, make nested IF formulas with multiple conditions, use IFERROR and IFNA.

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This Excel IF tutorial explains the syntax and common usages of Excel IF function, and then covers more advanced formula examples that will hopefully prove helpful both to beginners and experienced Excel users.

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This tutorial explains what an Excel PivotTable is, provides a few pivot table examples and shows how to make and use pivot tables in Excel 2013, 2010 and 2007.

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This tutorial explains the difference between the SUMIF and SUMIFS functions in terms of their syntax and usage, and provides a number of formula examples to sum values with multiple AND / OR criteria.

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