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Disable GETPIVOTDATA permanently in Excel.

GETPIVOTDATA: Disable GETPIVOTDATA permanently in Excel

Does this sound familiar to you? You want to refer to a cell within a PivotTable, let’s say cell C6. But instead of getting =B6, Excel does something like =GETPIVOTDATA(“Value”;$A$3;”Name”;”c”). This article shows you how to permanently disable GETPIVOTDATA in Excel.

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FIELDVALUE formula in Excel

FIELDVALUE Formula in Excel: Insert Data of Companies and Countries (+Download)

Excel has – in it’s newest version – a quite useful new formula type. It’s called “linked data” and offers the functionality to automatically insert data from the internet to your table. This can be done with the FIELDVALUE formula and works in a first test quite well. Unfortunately, the available data types and options are limited so far. But let’s see how it works first.

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How to Prevent Add-Ins to Disappear in Excel.

Excel Add-In Disappeared? 4 Methods to Prevent an Add-In to Disappear

You are using an Excel add-in that keeps disappearing? Also our add-ins, for example Professor Excel Tools, sometimes might disappear after restarting Excel. This article introduces four methods of how to prevent Excel (and other Microsoft Office) add-ins from disappearing.

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Sort Worksheets in your Excel Workbook: 3 Simple Methods.

Sort Excel Sheets: 3 Simple Methods (+Download)

Especially for large Excel workbooks with many sheets it’s crucial to organize the content. You should—for example—sort worksheets in a logic sequence. One way to sort sheets would be in an alphabetical order. This article introduces three simple methods for sorting Excel worksheets.

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Array Formulas in Excel

Array Formulas in Excel: All You Need to Know

Array formulas are an advanced topic in Excel. Usually Excel users discover them when reaching the limits of – let’s call them – normal formulas, e.g. SUM, VLOOKUP, COUNT and so on. This article provides an introduction of array formulas in Excel.

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Insert Author Name, Date Last Saved, File Size into Excel Cell: 3 Methods (+Free Download)

You want to display the name of the author or who has saved the Excel file the last time? Or you want to insert the date last saved, the date created or the file size into an Excel cell? Unfortunately, there is no way without some disadvantages. Let’s take a look at three different methods.

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Disable AutoSave permanently in Office

Disable AutoSave in Office Permanently

The Office suite recently introduced a new AutoSave feature for OneDrive and SharePoint users. Probably with good intentions, Microsoft – like so often – did this exactly the wrong way: There is no option to disable it permanently. You can only do it for each file individually. What is so bad about that, you might asked. The problem is that every time you open a file that is located in your OneDrive or SharePoint folder, it saves every change you do. So what if you just want to look something up in an old file? Or you want to use an old file, do some changes and save it under a new name?

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Count Number of Unique Records in Excel

Count Number of Unique Records in Excel: 5 Methods (+Download)

A common task in Excel is to find out the number of different entries in a list. For example, you have a list of names and want to know, how many different people are listed as some people might be multiple times on the list. This article introduces 5 different methods of counting the number of unique records in a list, regarding two major differences.

  1. You simply want to know the number of unique records. There is no other condition to be considered.
  2. You want to know the number of different entries under one or more conditions.

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FREQUENCY function in Excel

FREQUENCY Formula in Excel: Everything You Should Know (+Download)

FREQUENCY can classify data into bins. The formula in Excel is an array formula and just returns an array of values. In practice, it appears rather seldom. It is usually used within other formulas and not as a stand-alone formula. That said, let’s explore the purpose and usage of FREQUENCY.

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