Finding, Sorting, & Filtering Data in Excel 2010 for Windows

Excel 2010 (Windows)    |    Intermediate
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In large spreadsheets, it is not always easy to locate the data you need. Discover the tools in Excel to find, replace, sort, and filter data. Also, learn how to create an outline, freeze panes, and hide duplicate values.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Using the find tool
    Using the replace tool
    Using the find & replace tools in a formula
    Sorting data in a table
    Filtering data in a table
  • Sorting & filtering using colors
    Using the advanced filter options
    Hiding duplicate values
    Freezing & unfreezing panes
    Grouping elements & creating a plan

IN THIS COURSE

  • 3m 57s
    If you're looking for a particular value or data entry in your spreadsheet, you can use the Find tools. In Excel 2010 you can even search for items using formatting effects that have been applied to your data entries. FREE ACCESS
  • 3m 43s
    The Replace tool makes it easy to make quick changes to your data, like replacing a repeated typo or the accidental capital or lower case letter. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Using the Find & Replace tools in a formula in Excel 2010 for Windows
    3m 18s
    The Find and Replace functions in Excel 2010 can be used to change the way in which a particular formula is calculated. As long as the arguments in your formula remain the same, you can quickly change one or all of your worksheet's formulas from one calculation to another, thereby modifying the way in which you analyze your data. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Sorting data in a table in Excel 2010 for Windows
    3m 59s
    The Excel 2010 sort options can be used to organize and order the data in your table. You can specify the criteria that you use: you can, for example, sort a data range using alphabetical order or from smallest to largest value. You can even apply multiple sort criteria to group your data in different ways. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Filtering data in a table in Excel 2010 for Windows
    3m 29s
    In Excel 2010, you can choose to show or hide different types of data. This is known as filtering. If you do not need a particular category of data values, or if you want to focus on a specific data group, you can use the filter tools. You can specify data ranges to exclude, or indicate the value that you want to visualize. You can use the filter tools to gradually refine your search and concentrate on the values you need. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Sorting & filtering using colors in Excel 2010 (Windows)
    3m 11s
    If you have applied color coding to various data entries in your table, you can use these codes to sort and filter your data. You might, for example, want to visualize only the values that have been highlighted in red. This is just one more way of filtering and sorting your data in Excel 2010. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Using the advanced filter options in Excel 2010 for Windows
    2m 44s
    In Excel 2010, you can create advanced filter criteria using a separate table. Once you have defined your criteria, you can launch the filter by defining your data range and selecting the cells you want to use as criteria. These criteria cells can be combined as much as you want to create powerful filter operations. You are however going to need to know how to construct the criteria that you want to use. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Hiding duplicate values in Excel 2010 for Windows
    2m 24s
    Excel 2010 features an advanced filter tool that can be used to temporarily hide any duplicates that have been added to your data table. All you need to do is select the data range to be filtered and the location of your table. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  Freezing & unfreezing panes in Excel 2010 for Windows
    2m 42s
    If you want to keep an eye on certain data values, columns or rows in Excel 2010, you can use the freeze function. This allows you to freeze in place a particular section of your worksheet. You can then work on a different data entry whilst at the same time keeping an eye on the frozen section. There are a number of different ways of freezing your spreadsheet in Excel 2010. FREE ACCESS
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    10.  Grouping elements & creating a plan in Excel 2010 for Windows
    2m 59s
    If your Excel 2010 table is particularly large, you may find it useful to know how to create groups to manage your data entries. Creating groups allows you to show or hide different data entries, leaving you free to concentrate on a particular section of your table. FREE ACCESS

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