## How to Extract Number from a string in Excel

If you have worked on a dataset that contains numbers and strings, you may have realized there’s no in-built function that can be used to extract numbers from a string. Sometimes you may have a dataset that you need to extract numbers from its strings. Doing this manually may be tiresome and time-consuming. Thankfully, this

## How to count the frequency of a text in a column

Frequency is the total number of text in a given dataset. Sometimes, you may have a large dataset that you need to check the number of occurrences of a given text. To check the frequency of text in a larger dataset is tedious and may be time-consuming. Several methods and functions can ease counting the

## How to Copy and Paste Formulas without changing cell References in Excel

By default, Excel automatically adjusts cell references of your formula when you copy and paste them to another location in the worksheet. However, the adjustment only happens when using relative references in your worksheet. You need to introduce a dollar sign in the formula to convert relative references to absolute references. Thankfully, Excel has workarounds

## How to show Formulas instead of Values in Excel

Formulas are vital components in Excel. While working with formulas in Excel, results are shown instead of the formulas; therefore, it is difficult to track your data. In addition, one cannot easily differentiate the formula results and the sources of the results. However, Microsoft Excel allows users to show or hide the formulas in the

## How to Lock Formulas in Excel

Formulas are vital tools in Excel. They are used to manipulate cells and perform other essential tasks in Excel. Did you know you can lock Cell (s) that contains formulas? Excel allows its users to lock the cells that contain the formulas. This post will discuss common ways to lock formula cells in Excel. To

## How to use the PMT function to Calculate Loan Payment Amount

PMT function is an in-built function used to compute the loan payment based on the fixed interest rates and constant payments. Firms or individual who deal with loans mostly uses the function. Therefore, learning how to use this function in Excel is beneficial. In this article, we shall discuss various workarounds and related methods. PMT

## How to Calculate Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) in Excel

The compound Annual Growth Rate is an investment's mean annual growth rate over a given period. Excel has eased the process of computing CAGR. It is expressed in annual percentage terms. However, there is no direct function of computing CAGR in excel. But instead, several ways and workarounds can be used to compute the CAGR.