Saturday, June 11, 2016

How to create spreadsheet with Google Sheets?

Google spreadsheet is similar to Ms. Excel but this sheets can be used online and can be used from anywhere connected with the origin of the internet. To create a spreadsheet to record personal finance or analyze the data in your workplace, Google Sheets can help. The new version allows you to create and edit spreadsheets, whether you're online or not, and added a number of improved speed, new functionality, features and much more.

Here is the latest version of the update feature from the Google Sheets:

Offline: create and edit spreadsheets without an internet connection can be accessed offline in Chrome.
Fast: New faster spreadsheets, which removes some of the complexity of the formula and limit the size of the spreadsheet.
Improved editing formulas: check out our new function of editing tools to help you build a complex formula.
New spreadsheet function: you can now use functions very requested new such as SUMIFS, COUNTIFS, and AVERAGEIF.
Filter views: create, save, and apply some filters without changing what you see collaborators.
Continued improvements to conditional formatting: apply formatting to your spreadsheet based on the contents of the cell or the formula.
And many more, including the colored tab sheet, transpose paste, find and replace, repair and a great selection of the new number format.

Create new features mentioned above can be accessed by everyone counts. You will see that the brand new features, such as a view filter and a new number format dialog, can be accessed using a screen reader.

Open Google Drive in
Click the gear in the top right corner of the screen and select Settings.
Click the Editing tab.
Select the checkbox next to "try Google Sheets."

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