Arguably, one of the most powerful features in Excel 2007 & 2010 is the new table formatting option. If you’ve ever struggled to create a dynamic range (one that automatically expands when you add data), using a complicated offset formula, you’ll like this simple and easy approach. You can learn the basics in less than 5 minutes with the tutorial below.
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