Until now, you’ve learned most of the crucial building blocks of working with Excel and not against it.
But there are still a few left.
Functions are one of these fundamental Excel-features you absolutely need to use.
Functions are small snippets of pre-made formula that does something specific 🔨
The SUM function sums up numbers.
The MIN function finds the lowest number in a bunch of cells.
Guess what the MAX function does?
Many of the simple (but useful) functions are almost identical.
So, when you know how to use one, you know how to use them all 👍
In the image below, I use the SUM function to sum up the values in cell D2 through D6.
Want to find the lowest value in column D?
Replace ‘SUM’ with ‘MIN’: