Many people use dates regularly in Microsoft Excel. However, the problem with dates is that they don’t automatically distinguish between working days and weekends. Excel does, however, provide a function that allows you to analyze working days separately. Using Excel’s WORKDAY function, you can calculate deadlines more precisely.
Many countries have their own unique way of displaying dates and times. To be able to switch seamlessly between date and time formats, the information must first be stored in a universal format. You can use the DATE function in Excel for this purpose. In this article, you’ll learn how to work with the Excel DATE formula.
If you regularly work with tables, you often encounter rows without content when reworking and restructuring them. Removing each of these rows by hand is often very tedious. However, Excel can find these blanks automatically. There are even several ways to delete blank rows in Excel. We will introduce two of them in the following.
Excel usually displays a single result in each cell. Because each cell contains only a single value, the contents can easily be transferred to other functions. However, sometimes you want to combine multiple elements. The Excel CONCATENATE function lets you combine text, numbers, and functions in a single cell.
Do you want to switch to Edge, Internet Explorer’s successor, without losing your favorites? That’s no problem at all thanks to a feature made especially for integrating bookmarks from the new Microsoft browser’s predecessor or even other browsers. We’ll show you how you can import favorites to Microsoft Edge and what options are available to you for this.
Although this feature was previously unavailable, you can now also export your favorites using Edge, the successor to Internet Explorer. This way, you can easily save your bookmarks as a file and integrate them into another browser or Edge installation. But where exactly can you find the export bookmarks option in Edge? And how does it work?
Want to import bookmarks in Internet Explorer? The ability to create bookmarks is one of the most useful features of any web browser. Like most browsers, the classic Internet Explorer from Microsoft allows you to create your own library of links. You can also add external bookmarks to your library at any time: We'll show you how to use Internet Explorer to import favorites from other versions or...
Even though it’s been discontinued, Internet Explorer is still in demand, especially for enterprise applications. From a functional perspective, the age-old classic is still on par with modern browsers when it comes to features like bookmark management and backup. This guide will show you how to export Internet Explorer bookmarks when you’re ready to switch to another browser or device.
Do you want to give Opera a try or make a complete switch, but you don’t want to part with the library of bookmarks you’ve been maintaining for years in your current browser? If so, we have good news for you: You can import bookmarks in Opera in just a few quick steps. Thanks to a more integrated function, you can now easily import bookmarks into Opera for further use.
Opera has had a much more tumultuous history than most other internet browsers. After decades of ups and downs, the web browser has become a serious alternative to well-established browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. Despite the fact that it doesn’t have a built-in feature for exporting favorites, we will show you how to get around this restriction and export Opera bookmarks for use in another...