## How to Calculate Percentage In Google Sheets (7 Examples)

Percentages allow us to make meaningful comparisons and represent data in a compact and easily interpretable manner. The fastest way to calculate percentages in Google Sheets is to click the percentage % icon on the toolbar, which converts the number into a percentage. In this post, I will show you how to easily calculate percentages… Read more How to Calculate Percentage In Google Sheets (7 Examples)

## How to Use Date Functions in Google Sheets (Add, Change, Format Dates Like a PRO)

This article aims to be a detailed guide on how to use date functions in Google Sheets. Since there are many date functions, remembering them can be daunting, so I’ve made a short list of some functions you’ll find helpful. Read on to learn these functions and how to use them in Google Sheets.  Tips:… Read more How to Use Date Functions in Google Sheets (Add, Change, Format Dates Like a PRO)

## How to Make a Header Row in Google Sheets (2 Easy Ways)

A Google Sheets header row is important and helps label and organize the data. It makes understanding and interpreting the data easy, especially when working with large data sets. Fortunately, creating a header row in Google Sheets involves only a few simple steps. In this post, I’ll give you a quick rundown of how to… Read more How to Make a Header Row in Google Sheets (2 Easy Ways)

## Strikethrough in Google Sheets (A Complete Guide)

A Strikethrough is a great way to mark data that is no longer relevant or accurate. It’s like crossing something off your to-do list, except in your spreadsheet! The fastest way to strikethrough in Google Sheets is to select the cell and click on the strikethrough icon on the toolbar. In this post, I’ll give… Read more Strikethrough in Google Sheets (A Complete Guide)

## How To Capitalize First Letter In Google Sheets

Capitalizing the first letters can make your spreadsheet look neat and organized. And it helps improve readability and professionalism. Manually capitalizing the first letters in every cell can be a total drag. Fortunately, Google Sheets has an inbuilt function that takes care of this quickly. To capitalize the first letters in Google Sheets, just type… Read more How To Capitalize First Letter In Google Sheets

## How to Lock Cells, Columns, and Ranges in Google Sheets

Protecting cells and ranges in Google Sheets is a great way to keep your data organized and properly formatted. This ensures that only those with access can make changes while preventing accidental editing of essential data. It also helps maintain consistency across all sheets in a spreadsheet, so everyone is working off the same information.… Read more How to Lock Cells, Columns, and Ranges in Google Sheets

## How to Hide and Unhide Tabs in Google Sheets (with Pictures)

Hiding your Google Sheets tabs is a great way to keep your sheet organized and keep certain users from seeing everything in the spreadsheet. It’s a straightforward method to create more room in your sheet by eliminating unused tabs you cannot delete for some reason. Note: hiding tabs is not the same as protecting a… Read more How to Hide and Unhide Tabs in Google Sheets (with Pictures)

## How to Add and Use Named Ranges in Google Sheets (Step-by-Step Guide)

An option to use a custom-defined name instead of referencing cell ranges makes your work smooth like butter, makes the worksheet easier to work with, and easier to understand for others. This is particularly useful when dealing with complex sheets but not only. That’s precisely why, in this tutorial, I’ll give you a detailed guide… Read more How to Add and Use Named Ranges in Google Sheets (Step-by-Step Guide)