Learn Excel 2010 – “Most Popular Functions =NOW & =TODAY: Podcast #1624

December 27, 2012 at 3:21 pm 1 comment

Most Popular Functions -#12 =NOW()- and -#13 =TODAY()-

Over the summer of 2012 MrExcel started a series called “Most Popular [Excel] Functions”… but book writing and updating editions took the lead and our ‘Most Popular Functions’ series came to a pause.

Today, Bill ‘MrExcel’ Jelen resumes the Most Popular [Excel] Functions series with the ” =NOW ” and ” =TODAY ” Functions. Follow along with Episode #1624 to see the differences between the two – as well as a brief on ” =INT(NOW( ” – and where each can be applied effectively!

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  • 1. Joe Marten  |  December 30, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    Nicely done. Showed us stuff we need to use more often like “control-ditto” to copy down formulas and then the use of the F2 key like the guys from the model-off used. Also liked the selection of a table including the right column and lower row and with the alt+= you get all those grand totals.


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