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Fully Automated Data Entry Form In Excel

Fully Automated Data Entry Userform

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In this tutorial, we will learn how to create data entry form based on User Form in Excel. We will utilize the Excel sheet as database and User Form to enter the data and transfer it to Database sheet.

Data Entry Form

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How to Make Macro Enabled Form in Excel Sheet In this post, we will discuss about an automated data entry form developed in Excel and VBA. This is simple form to demonstrate how can you transfer the data from a form to a worksheet. Using the same type of code and techniques, you can develop a complex form to transfer and collate the data in a Excel Sheet.

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Use Live Excel Charts as a Tooltip on Mouse Hover

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In this post, we will learn how to create a custom tooltips in Excel and show a live chart on mouse hover. This is inbuilt feature in Power BI and it's very useful and interactive way to show the extended data. We will try to replicate this feature in Excel with the help of VBA code.

How to Show Help Pop-Up on Mouse Click

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Creating a documentation of a tool or automated application is necessary. If we will not provide proper help to end-users then user will face difficulties in using your application. If we will create a separate documentation to how to use the application then user needs to open documentation file to understand the user-interface. If we can add guidelines in the same file then it will be easy for user to get help at real-time. Pop-up help provides the best solution of guidelines so that user can get help on click of button.

Data Entry Form with Excel Table and Vlookup

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In this post, we will learn how to create Data Entry form and use Excel Table to store the data. We will also learn how to use in Lookup Function in Form to fetch some default or base data to reduce the data entry task.

Interactive Chart on Mouse Hover

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In this article, we will discuss how to create a chart and change the series & it's value on mouse hover. Though, there is no Mouse Hover event in Excel however, we will use an alternate method to simulate Mouse Hover event and change the series of a line chart. You can apply the same tips for other charts or calculation in Excel.

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Keyboard Shortcuts

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Using Excel Keyboard shortcut keys is the best best way to increase your productivity. You can save valuable time while performing tasks on MS Excel. Using the mouse to do all the tasks reduces your productivity. Hence, we will recommend you to use Excel Shortcuts rather than mouse. In this page, we are providing the list of Excel Keyboard Shortcuts so that you can refer it and start using them in your day-to-day activities while working on Microsoft Excel.
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Calculating Change %

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Calculating Change % By saying change %tage – we essentially mean that the percentage of increase or decrease of a number from its original value to a new value. To calculate the increase percentage: First: get the difference (increase) between the two numbers you are comparing. Then: divide the increase by the original number and multiply the answer by 100. If your answer is a negative number, then this is a percentage decrease. Calculating Change % in MS Excel Let’s understand how to calculate this in MS Excel. Suppose we have a number ‘X’ which has changed to a new value called ‘Y’, then the change % would be calculated as under:

Common Charts and Usage

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What Are Common Chart Types and Where to Use Them? Charts provide a visual representation of your data, making it easier to analyze.  In this below post, we will learn about some basic common charts and where to use them. LINE GRAPH A line chart or line graph is a type of chart which displays information as a series of data points called 'markers' connected by straight line segments. It is a basic type of chart common in many fields. It is similar to a scatter plot except that the measurement points are ordered (typically by their x-axis value) and joined with straight line segments. A line chart is often used to visualize a trend in data over intervals of time – a time series – thus the line is often drawn chronologically. In these cases they are known as run charts. Line graphs are used to track changes over short and long periods of time. When smaller changes exist, line graphs are better to use than bar graphs. Line graphs can also be used to compare changes over the same period of time for more than one group.
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About Dashboard

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About Dashboard The term dashboard originates from the automobile dashboard where drivers monitor the major functions at a glance via the instrument cluster. It provides all the critical information needed to operate the vehicle at a glance. In the same way, if we talk about BI Dashboard then we refer a single-screen display where all the required visuals and performance graphs are available so that management can get the key information related to the business performance and take the decisions.
Dashboard

What is Dashboard

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The term dashboard originates from the automobile dashboard where drivers monitor the major functions at a glance via the instrument cluster. It provides all the critical information needed to operate the vehicle at a glance. In the same way, if we talk about BI Dashboard then we refer a single-screen display where all the required visuals and performance graphs are available so that management can get the key information about the business performance and take the decisions. Let’s go through the proper definition and usage of Dashboard.

Filter Context

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Understanding Evaluation Context in DAX In simple language, we can say that the context is the “environment” under which the formula is evaluated. You can think of the evaluation context of a formula as the surrounding area of the cell where DAX evaluates the formula. Context plays an important role in DAX and it enables you to perform dynamic analysis, in which the results of a formula can change to reflect the current row or cell selection and also any related data. Understanding context and using context effectively are very important for building high-performing formulas, dynamic analysis, and for troubleshooting problems in formulas.
Business & Annual Leave Tracker

Annual Leave Tracker

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Business & Annual Leave Tracker Business & Annual Leave Tracker is Excel based an automated tool to track and generate leave reports for a team or a function. This tracker is fully customizable and you can make the changes according to your business required. It supports 15 employees and 4 types of leaves. It's totally dynamic in nature and you can change the Holidays list, Weekend details, Employee names and Leave types as per your requirement. It's generate automatic report which shows all the dates against Leave type, Employee name and month.

Using Annual Leave Tracker

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How to use Business & Annual Leave Tracker? How to use Business & Annual Leave Tracker? In previous article, we discussed about Business & Annual Leave Tracker and how to customize the same as per your business requirement. In this post, we will focus on how to use this tool, apply leave and generate reports. The usage of this tool has been divided into three different functionalities: 1. Plan 2. Summary 3. Database On 'Home' sheet, you will find the below mentioned User Interface where there are three different buttons (Plan, Summary and Database).

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3D Infographics

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3D Infographics  Column Chart  3D infographics are the most popular creative trends to remain in the mainstream this year. Among all other charts and visualization design trends in 2019, this particular design concept is increasingly becoming the benchmark today and companies are using these visualization to represents the numbers in Dashboard and Reports. Dashboard designers are continuously exploring modern ideas to meet the needs of their target audience. As Infographics has both the visual and textual elements, it convey the strong message to audience and leave the good impact due to beautiful design of charts.

5 Common Excel Issues & Fixes

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Top 5 Common Excel Issues & Fixes #1. Enabling Fill Handle & Cell Drag-And-Drop Excel’s Fill Handle is an extremely useful and flexible tool. It can fill or extend a series of numbers, dates or text to the desired number of cells instantly.
Progressive Doughnut Chart

Progressive Doughnut Chart

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Progressive Doughnut Chart in Excel This is Animated Progressive Doughnut Chart made in Excel. This has conditional formatting where it's changing the color of Doughnut and Labels basis the Sales% entered by user. The condition is if Sales% is >=80% then Green, if sales%>=70% and <80% then color will be Amber and if Sales% will be <70% then color will be Red.
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3D Glass Fill Infographics

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Dynamic 3D Glass Fill Infographics In this post, we will learn how to create Dynamic 3D Glass Fill Infographics in Excel. This is very beautiful chart and you can use it in dashboard and reports to present the performance% against the target. This is one of the best substitute of 100% Stacked Column and Target vs. Actual chart in Excel.

Data Entry Form

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How to Make Macro Enabled Form in Excel Sheet In this post, we will discuss about an automated data entry form developed in Excel and VBA. This is simple form to demonstrate how can you transfer the data from a form to a worksheet. Using the same type of code and techniques, you can develop a complex form to transfer and collate the data in a Excel Sheet.

Understanding Shrinkage and Calculation

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What is Shrinkage and how to calculate it in a BPO industry? Shrinkage can be defined as the time for which people are paid but not available to handle calls or perform their task.  In a broader way, we can say that shrinkage is every activity that keeps an agent off the phone for a certain time or day(s). This would include his/her leaves & holidays entitlement, offline activities (training, meeting, coaching etc.), breaks, outbound calling (if any). There are two types of shrinkage in BPO – Planned Shrinkage Unplanned Shrinkage