The latest version of Microsoft Excel is a great addition to any office as it is now more efficient, functional and intuitive than ever before.
Excel’s table tools make it easy to link charts and cells, perform searches, and create dynamically updated reports. In this sense, it functions somewhat like a relational database.
A relational database is essential for working with large amounts of business data.
They are structured to recognize relations among stored items of information. They allow you to quickly retrieve and search for specific info, view the same data set in multiple ways, and reduce data errors and redundancy.
In this article, we will show you how to make two tables: the master table and the detail table.
The master table will show the salespersons’ information, and the detail table will provide their total sales. To begin, open up a new, blank worksheet on Excel.
Create the Master Table
Create the Detail Table
With these tips your office is on its way to a more organized and efficient recording of data. Excel is a great tool to present and list important data in a clear and easy-to-understand way.
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