I wrote an article about Data Audit using Pivot long back. Now, I have converted it to a comprehensive video. Have a look:
How to perform Data Audit using Pivot
Raw data can contain many columns and thousands of rows. Checking the consistency and accuracy of data cannot be done by simply scrolling and eyeballing the data. Too time-consuming.
Continue reading Data Audit using Pivot tables
This is the continuation of the earlier article about Validations. Data Validation using Formula is not very well understood. Hence this article. Try it out and you will immediately know where you can use it. Reading time 9 min.
Continue reading Data Validation using Formula
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 Outdated formulas, numbers stored as text and so on.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!
Like column names, table names can also be used in formulas. Read the previous article to understand the context.
Continue reading Excel Tables 10 – Everything is in a name
Most probably, you have been missing this Auto-copy feature for the last 8 years. Take 3 minutes to find out how it can simplify your life and increase accuracy.
Continue reading Excel Tables 6 – Miraculous Formula Auto-Copy