MS Excel
How to Open an Excel File and Choose the Correct Format
How to open an Excel file is very easy and basic, Microsoft Excel can open several types of files, this time OKEGUYS will discuss it with you.
Not only Xlsx but there are several other types that you can of course open with Microsoft Excel.
Anything? Come on, follow the complete tutorial this time.
HOW TO OPEN AN EXCEL FILE
If you have previously understood the appearance of Excel and its functions, then now is how to open the file.
It’s quite easy, it can even be very easy.
Only, what you need to pay attention to is your Excel format and the version of Office that is on your laptop or PC.
If your file is Xlsx, then you can open it with various existing versions of Office.
And to open it you can go to the File – Open – Computer – Browse menu like this.
In this example I am using the 2013 version of Office, if you are using another version there might be some differences, which are basically the same, really.
Then you just need to find the location of your file folder and click Open.
In addition to this method, you can also directly press Enter on your file, really. With a note that the file has the appropriate format, yes.
Excel File Type
By default, your worksheet will be saved in Xlsx format, provided you are using Office version 2007 and above.
But it’s different if you use the 2003 version and below which no one seems to use at this time.
So, for convenience, if you use Excel, it would be better if you have an Xlsx file, which you can easily open in other places.
That’s all for this tutorial, and I hope it’s useful.
MS Excel
Determining Lowest and Highest Values in Microsoft Excel
Determining the lowest and highest values requires a special formula or function that you can do with Microsoft Excel.
Determining the highest value can be done easily when there is very little data, but what about when there is a lot of data?
For that you need an Excel formula.
How to? Come on, follow this tutorial in full.
HOW TO DETERMINE THE LOWEST AND HIGHEST VALUE
To do this, the formula you can use is MAX and MIN.
As the name implies, MAX is to find the highest value, while MIN is to find the lowest value.
Meanwhile, for writing the formula, the highest value is MAX(Number1; [Number2]; …)
Number is the range of numbers for which you want to know the highest value.
Finding Lowest Value
Now, to find the lowest value you can use the formula MIN(Number1; [Number2]; …).
As usual number is a range of numbers, or the same when you look for the previous highest value.
How, very easy isn’t it? Although it looks complicated, Excel formulas will really make things easier for you.
That’s all and good luck.
MS Excel
How to Use Automatic Ranking Formulas in Excel
The formula for finding rankings in Excel is also available for those of you who want to rank in a group.
This one formula is a formula that is quite widely used, especially in the field of education.
Well, here’s an Excel formula tutorial to find rankings.
RANKING FORMULAS IN EXCEL
There are several formulas you can use that basically have the same function for finding rankings.
And the first formula you can use is = RANK(Number;Reference;[order]).
The order in the formula is the number 0 or 1 as a ranking reference.
When you want to sort the value in descending or descending order, fill it with 0 or empty, while when you want to give the value ascending then fill it with the number 1.
But you also need to know that the formula will also give the same rank when there are the same values.
To overcome this you can use this one formula.
RANK.AVG Rumus formula
The usage is still the same, only the formula is different which becomes RANK.AVG(Number; Reference; [order])
And when you apply it and there is the same value, it will produce an average ranking of that value.
So, for an assessment, this formula is the most appropriate.
Well, if you look at the example, a value of 70 gets a rating of 7.5 while a value of 75 gets a rating of 5.5.
That’s how the ranking formula in Excel works.
That’s all and good luck.
MS Excel
How to Calculate Workdays with Excel Formulas
Calculating weekdays will be very effective when you use the easiest formula in Microsoft Excel.
Most people are lazy to use Excel for their daily needs, even though this software is very useful.
Then what about the formula for finding the working day? It’s really easy. Here’s the full tutorial.
HOW TO CALCULATE WORKING DAYS
You can do this with the NETWORKDAYS formula which only counts weekdays, without weekends.
But you also need to know that the weekends here are Saturday and Sunday.
For example, if you want to determine the weekend with another day, then there is a different formula which I will discuss later.
The formula for writing is =NETWORKDAYS(Start_Date; End_Date, [Holiday_Day])
For more details, consider the following image.
In this example, the number of effective working days is 87 days, where Saturday and Sunday are not included.
NETWORKDAYS.ITL
Well, for this formula you can determine the time off or weekend as needed.
The formula for writing is =NETWORKDAYS.INTL(Start_Date; End_Date; [Weekend_End]; [Holiday_Holiday])
The difference in this formula is that [weekends] are used to exclude and treat as weekdays.
If you do not fill it in, it will be considered as the previous formula.
You can also use a holiday code with a sevencharacter text string consisting of a combination of the text numbers 1 and 0 to represent MondaySunday.
So what happens is the number 1 represents holidays while the number 0 for workdays.
For example, on weekends or holidays Saturday and Sunday, the string code you are using is 0000011.
As for working days only Monday, Tuesday and Thursday or Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday off, the code used is 0010111.
That’s all and good luck.

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