How to Add Inline or Overhead Pinyin to Chinese & English Text in Word

Overhead Pinyin: Overhead Pinyin only really works well on larger fonts, as its so small it's hard to read on small fonts, and making it larger means it won't line up with the text unless you make giant gaps between each individual Chinese Character, breaking up the words, and you also can't change the color … Continue reading How to Add Inline or Overhead Pinyin to Chinese & English Text in Word

Microsoft’s Dark Agenda for Office, OneDrive, & Windows 10

Microsoft has been purposely breaking things in their past softwares in order to force upgrades to their spyware programs such as Office365 & Windows10. For Example, in Office 2016 Professional Plus, You cannot ctrl+click to desselect a cell. This was a feature that has always been apart of Excel. They disabled it in 2016, making … Continue reading Microsoft’s Dark Agenda for Office, OneDrive, & Windows 10

Create a Dynamic Pie Chart with Dynamic Legend in Excel which Doesn’t Display Zero Amount Categories, and Adds or Removes Categories & Updates Dynamically with the Entered Data

In the Screenshot above, this Pie Chart will adjust automatically to new values added into the Excel Sheet, adding or removing new categories as values are entered or deleted. I have something like around 80 different Categories, but each day perhaps only 10 or so get used, but they could be any 10 of the … Continue reading Create a Dynamic Pie Chart with Dynamic Legend in Excel which Doesn’t Display Zero Amount Categories, and Adds or Removes Categories & Updates Dynamically with the Entered Data

How to Conditionally Format a Cell Based on the Presence or Absence of Data in a Range of Other Cells

In the screenshot above, when a value is entered under the time slots on the right (causing them to change format to a Deep Red Fill with Bold White Font), the Activity in the far Left Column darkens a shade and turns the font bold to let me easily review the activities which have been … Continue reading How to Conditionally Format a Cell Based on the Presence or Absence of Data in a Range of Other Cells

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

IF-THEN & IF-ISBLANK Excel Formulas for Switching Between Different Mathematical Equations Based on Different Inputs, if Present

Here is an Excel Formula for creating an Excel Form which will apply separate Math Formulas depending on the input, and if no input is entered a default text will be displayed requesting input. In this case, we'll apply one mathematical formula if the form is filled out by a Male, and a Separate mathematical … Continue reading IF-THEN & IF-ISBLANK Excel Formulas for Switching Between Different Mathematical Equations Based on Different Inputs, if Present

Disabling Protected View in Excel Sheets for Trusted Documents Only – Office16

Sometimes you keep opening a sheet that you have on your computer and every time it opens it launches in Protected View. If you've tried going to File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Protected View > and disabling everything, you shouldn't. Make sure those all say "Enabled" for security, otherwise … Continue reading Disabling Protected View in Excel Sheets for Trusted Documents Only – Office16

Combining Columns in Excel

use the following formula to combine data from two columns into one =A2&C2&E2 enter this formula into a new column, copy the column, and "Paste Special" with "Values" only and use this formula to keep a space between items which you are combining =A2&" "&C2&" "&E2

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