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How to Insert Multiple Rows in Google Sheets

If you need several more rows in your spreadsheet, don’t waste time adding one row at a time. Google Sheets offers a few ways to add multiple rows, even between your existing rows, in your spreadsheets. We’ll show you how….

How to Count Cells With Text in Google Sheets

Using Google Sheets’ COUNTA and COUNTIF functions, you can count cells that contain any text, specific text, or partially matching text. This is a great way to find the non-blank cells in your spreadsheets, and we’ll show you…

How to Make a Calendar in Google Sheets

Whether you want an online calendar to share with others, or you just want a physical calendar you can print and use in the office, you have three options for creating a calendar in Google Sheets. Let’s get started….

How to Sort Google Sheets by Date

Google Sheets lets you sort your spreadsheets as well as the contents within those spreadsheets by date. You can use Sheets’ built-in functions to do that, and we’ll show you how.

How to Add Numbers in Google Sheets

You can perform many different mathematical operations in Google Sheets, including the addition of numbers. You can add numbers across columns or rows, or even numbers in different cells. Here’s how it’s done….

How to Make a QR Code in Google Sheets

A QR code is convenient for capturing information with a mobile device camera. You can scan a code to visit a website and get contact details. To make sharing simple, here’s how to create a QR code in Google Sheets….

How to Use SUMIF in Google Sheets

Adding values in Google Sheets is easy enough to do using the SUM function. But what if you only want to add numbers that meet certain criteria? Using SUMIF in a Google Sheets formula, you can add the exact values you want….
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