Microsoft Excel is expensive. Thankfully, there are a couple of Excel alternatives that are available for free.
The Google Sheets Explore feature can provide a lot of information based on your data and even updates itself depending on the data you have selected. Learn how you can make good use of it.
Google Sheets may not be as feature-rich as Excel, but there’s a lot more to it than first meets the eye. Here are some tips and tricks for how to use Google Sheets which should ensure you get off to a smooth start.
Google Sheets Add-ons extend into such uses as graph mathematical formulas, building apps and APIs, predictive analysis, and much more. Find them here.
One way to jazz up your spreadsheets in Google Sheets and make them easier to read is to have alternate row colors. Here’s how you can do that.