How can I export excel file with multiple sheets as PDF and get bookmarks for each sheet on the first page of the PDF?
You don't need to have Acrobat Pro to create PDF. As far as I remember starting from Excel 21 or Excel 27. However getting bookmarks is an issue. It can be possible to create a macro to create a summary of the worksheets but creating the s is another issue. As far as I know there isn't a very easy solution but a solution with PHP and some more coding might be possible.
What other technical skills should I get to complement my R programming for a data analyst internship?
As far as technical italic skills being fluent in Excel and capable in SQL will go a long way. Here some quick definitions of what I mean by that Fluent in Excel - Using vlookup code and aggregate functions to create reports and dashboards that summarizes refresh-able data on a separate sheet. Bonus Points using Excel record macro feature to automate producing a PDF given a data dump. 1 Capable in SQL - Learning joins code where code group by code order by code and aggregate function including count(distinct
What are some basic Microsoft Excel skills that help get gigs in Fiverr?
Hi Saket There are lots of basic Microsoft Excel skill you can create gig for it. I will try to list all of them for you. Microsoft excel macro excel vba custom excel spreadsheet Excel data in csv to batch fill PDF forms Auto Ie tax excel preparation So these are few easy & basic excel stuff you can offer in your gig. Don forget to give attractive head line for it. If you want more then search in fiver. Hope this will motivate you creating a good gig in Fiver.
What the difference between using Excel worksheet formulas and macros?
I edited the question so it made more sense. I apologize if I misinterpreted your aim. All users are familiar with the Excel worksheet user interface and how formulas do the calculations for you. Worksheet formulas are the fastest and most intuitive way of doing most calculations and making simple formatting changes. For this reason when I answer Excel questions on help forums I always prefer to suggest formulas or manual methods that do what the Asker requested. When you put formulas in a number of cells Excel keeps track of the order in which they should be evaluated. The recalculation engine only recalculates the formulas that it needs to. This feature has been part of Excel since the outset and allowed Excel to do its job quicker thanpeting spreadsheets like Lotus 123. It's why everybody uses Excel today rather than some other spreadsheet. Macros are productivity tools that manipulate Excel cells worksheets and workbooks. They can mimic just about any sequence of steps you can do in the worksheet user interface and they do it with 1% fidelity and blinding speed. You can also add looping and conditional logic to macros so they can handle data row by row in more intelligent fashion. Most macros are manually launched by the user such as by clicking a button or using the ALT + F8 macro selector. A few macros however respond to events on the worksheet such as when the user selects a cell or changes its value. These events are the only way that you make a macro run automatically when needed. A related feature called user-defined functions or UDF can perform calculations and be used in worksheet formulas just like IF SUM VLOOKUP or other built-in functions. And just like those built-in functions a UDF will update its results automatically whenever one of its inputs changes. Where the macro typically manipulates the cells worksheets and workbooks a UDF just performs calculations. In fact if you use a UDF in a cell formula it is prohibited from changing the worksheet user interface (such as formatting or contents of other cells). You can also call a UDF from a macro and in that limited situation the UDF is permitted to make changes to the user interface. The moreplicated the request in an Excel help forum the more likely I am to suggest a macro as the solution. If the user posts a sample workbook I will install it for him and may even add a worksheet button that calls the macro. If not I will post the code and assume that the user is familiar with the process of installing a macro ALT + F11 to open the VBA Editor Paste the code there then ALT + F11 to return to the worksheet. Macro and UDF instructions are interpreted one statement at a time when their code runs. This approach avoids the need for the user topile the code and it to the workbook. But the price for this convenience is the fact that the code runs slower than similar statements in apiled language such as might be used in a video game ormercial software package. The overhead associated with interpreting the code getting inputs from the worksheet and returning results is why I said at the beginning that worksheet formulas are generally faster. Macros win at speed only because people and move their mouse so slowly relative to an interpreter that can figure out and perform statements a thousand times a second or faster. Macros and UDFs are written in a language called Visual Basic for Applications or VBA for short. VBA has been part of Excel since Excel 5 in 1993. The VBA language is an offshoot of Visual Basic a Microsoft language popular in the late Eighties and Nineties. VBA offers the huge advantage to users that every copy of Exceles with all the tools you need to write your own macros and UDFs. In fact if your needs are simple you may even be able to record a macro save it in your workbook and then use that code again and again to do the same sequence of operations in future workbooks. The ability to record macros plus the easy to understand syntax of the language have enabled millions of people to teach themselves how to write code to solve problems. And it also locks in Excel as the spreadsheet of choice because many of the millions upon millions of macro-enabled workbooks that have be critical to business operations inpanies large and small around the world.