How to Keep the Top Row Visible in Excel 2010

Viewing a lot of data in Microsoft Excel 2010 can be very frustrating. As good as Excel is at a lot of things, this is one aspect that can drive you crazy, particularly when dealing with spreadsheets that extend far off the visible screen. Even more annoying is when you have a lot of columns […]

How to Repeat Rows in Excel 2010

Last updated: March 7, 2017 Learning how to get your Excel rows to repeat at the top of the page is a struggle for anyone that prints or receives a large spreadsheet and finds it difficult to associate a cell of data with the proper column. Many spreadsheet creators will include a row at the […]

How Do You Fill a Cell With Color in Excel?

Last updated: February 28, 2017 Using formulas like concatenate can greatly improve your working experience with Microsoft Excel, but the formatting of your data can be equally important as the formulas that you use within it. Learning how to fill a cell with color in Excel is beneficial when you need to visually separate certain […]

How to Import Excel List Into Outlook Contacts

With so many different programs available for managing your email and your email messages, you will probably switch from one program to another at some point in your life. However, the process for exporting your contacts from the old email account into the new one might not be immediately obvious. Most email programs are capable […]

Fit a Spreadsheet on One Page

Working with a large spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel 2010 can be a bit of a challenge when you are not able to view the entire spreadsheet on your monitor at one time. However, trying to fit a spreadsheet on one page in Microsoft Excel 2010 when you are printing can be even more frustrating. If […]

Pivot Table

Microsoft Excel 2010 users are always looking for the best way to organize and sort the data in their spreadsheets. This can be accomplished in a number of different ways, and your situation will likely be the dictating scenario in determining which method is right for you. However, a pivot table in Microsoft Excel 2010 […]

Microsoft Office Starter 2010

Once you have unpacked and set up your new Dell computer, you will notice that there are already a number of different programs and shortcut icons installed on the computer, including Microsoft Office Starter 2010. This is commonly referred to as “bloatware” and is typically comprised of programs that developers have paid to have included […]

Excel Compare Columns

There are plenty of “Excel compare columns” methods that you could employ within Microsoft Excel, and the option that you choose is ultimately going to depend upon what you are attempting to accomplish. If your “Excel compare columns” search is being triggered in an effort to check one column for instances of a value in […]

Open XML Files with Excel in Windows 7

Last updated: January 17, 2017 XML files can provide a variety of information to multiple programs, but a common use for them is storing data in a tabular format, similar to that of Microsoft Excel. In fact, if you have recently converted a PDF to Excel with Acrobat, then you may have an XML file […]

Convert PDF to Excel with Acrobat

PDF files are a popular form for sending data because the formatting will remain intact, regardless of which PDF-compatible program is used to open the file. However, the popularity of PDF forms has forced many people into the habit of sending files that would be better transmitted as a different file type, such as an […]