How to Convert an Existing Excel Sheet into a Quick Form with a Few Select Fields with Background Calculations in Excel

There's no need to spend 400-600 dollars on getting your spreadsheet converted to a form and published on a webpage. In the example above, the first numerical field, "4.25", is the only editable Field. Create your Form the way you want it to look Go to View > Page Break View > & set it … Continue reading How to Convert an Existing Excel Sheet into a Quick Form with a Few Select Fields with Background Calculations in Excel

Converting a Word Document to an Image File

You don't want to use online document converters, as those are really just Data Mills, designed to harvest your information and use or sell the content you upload. Beware of most "Free Tools" as well, as most either put a watermark or logo on your finished image (which makes them a Demo, and not a … Continue reading Converting a Word Document to an Image File

Converting Text Files From One Encoding or Operating System to Another

Unicode UTF-8 or UTF-16 to ASCII on various platforms LF = Line Feed CR = Carriage Return (FTP will change formats automatically in ASCII mode, but not in binary mode) To convert a Microsoft Windows file to Linux or a classic Macintosh file you subtract. To convert a Linux or a classic Macintosh file to … Continue reading Converting Text Files From One Encoding or Operating System to Another

Convert Numbers into Month Names in Excel

To convert cells with month numbers such as 1, 2, 3, 4, etc, use the following formulas: =TEXT(DATE(2000,A1,1),"mmmm") for Full Month Name (January, February, March, April) =TEXT(DATE(2000,A1,1),"mmm") for 3-letter Month Abbreviation (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr) =TEXT(DATE(2000,A1,1),"mmmmm") for 1st letter of Month (J, F, M, A) Paste the formula in a blank cell to the side … Continue reading Convert Numbers into Month Names in Excel