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NEWS BYTES
December 1999

Editor: Scott Gottlieb, CPA
Assistant editor: Susan A. Maffetone, CPA

Highlighting Excel Features

Make a Copy That Excludes Hidden Cells in Excel 2000

When outlining or subtotals to create a small summary of a large set of data, you can make a copy of just the displayed cells in the summary, excluding the detail.
First display only the summary rows or columns, and then select all of the summary data.
On the Edit menu, click Go To, click Special, and then click Visible cells only.
Now click the Copy button, click a cell on a blank worksheet, and click the Paste button.
The copy includes only the summary data.

 

Calculate the Amount of Time Between Two Dates in Excel 97/2000

You can simply subtract the two dates.
For example, if cell A1 contains the date 6/8/2000 and A2 contains 6/20/2000, the formula =A2-A1 calculates the number of days between these dates (12). Be sure to use number format for the cell where you enter this formula (click Cells on the Format menu, click the Number tab, and then click Number under Category).
If you don't format the cell with number format, Excel assumes the result has the same format as the cells used in the calculation, and displays the result as a date instead of a number.

 

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