I have an Excel workbook with more than 30 sheets. I want these sheets to be sorted in alphanumerically order. Following is the macro that has resolved the issue.
Logical test means a condition when evaluated by computer whose result/outcome is true or false, there is no third option, for example if a student secures more than 45 marks it is considered as pass otherwise fail.
In Excel a single IF function (IF(logical_test, value_if_true, value_if_false)) evaluate only one logical test at one time, if we have more than one conditions/logical tests, then we use AND function or OR function along with IF Function.
Sometimes we need start date and end date of a month for our financial model. We can solve this problem by using EOMONTH Function.
Returns the serial number for the last day of the month that is the indicated number of months before or after start_date. Use EOMONTH to calculate maturity dates or due dates that fall on the last day of the month.
Inserting a line break in Excel cell contents helps us, when
- We are writing very long formulas
- The length of content exceeding cell/column width
We can insert line break by two methods.
- Using Alt + Enter
- Using formula CHAR(10) (CHAR Function)
While writing long formulas use Alt + Enter to insert a line break and to add a line break in text string we use CHAR(10).
In the following example I use CHAR(10) and click Wrap Text (Alt + H + W) from Home Tab.