These marks indicate some potential error. Outdated formulas, numbers stored as text and so on. If you ignore these errors, you are at a significant risk of viewing and using wrong data for your decision making. Here is a set of articles which explain exactly how to utilize these green marks to your advantage. These are your best friend.
Never interpret anything in any Excel file unless you are sure that all the green marks are handled (all potential errors are corrected!).
- Auditors, Risk Managers, Everyone: Did you know? These green marks are WARNINGS!!
- Green Marks Part 2: Formulas showing wrong results!
- Green Marks Part 3: More error handling
- Green Marks Part 4: Inconsistent Formulas
- Green Marks Part 5/5 (Background Error Checking in Excel)
Share this critical information with your boss, colleagues, subordinates and loved ones. Everyone needs to know this!
Now it is time to spell out exactly what to look for when creating good raw data (or repairing bad input data). Use this as a checklist to quickly classify data into GOOD or BAD (requires clean-up).
Because of these two villains, millions of people waste their life struggling in Excel. Read on to find out how to handle them and eliminate them from your life.
This is a series about Excel Tables. I have covered this topic in the past but now we need more details. So let us start at the beginning. What are Excel Tables and why do we need them…
Usually, everyone talks about Best Practices. However, we should not underestimate the importance of Worst Practices. What is that? It is not just a reverse of Best Practices. It is much more than that. Read on to find out more…
Single row of data split into two rows! Trying to clean-up such data is a frustrating experience. Here is how you do it – faster and smarter! 3 min video
Share data from Head Office to field staff or vice versa. All using the powerful List feature of SharePoint. Zero Programming. Anyone can do it in minutes. Try it and apply it to your needs.
These videos were created in 2013. Therefore the logos and screenshots depict older versions of products. However the concepts – which are more important – are still valid.