Jun 27, 2014

Microsoft Excel tip #3: Flash Fill

Every once in a while, Excel can surprise even us hardened pros. We discovered "Flash Fill" today (totally by accident) while working on some client work and it made our afternoon. Bear in mind we are using Excel 2013, so this might be a new feature. Check out the video below.

Have a great weekend!

Flash Fill in Excel from Shooju on Vimeo.

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