Article imageWhat makes Microsoft Excel so powerful is its ability to handle formulas. Most formulas do not require translation as they produce a number. However, from time to time you will come across an Excel spreadsheet with text formulas, i.e. formulas that produce translatable text.

November 06, 2012

If you use Excel to manage any data, for example glossaries, you will need to sort this data sooner or later. This article explains how to do this.

May 09, 2011

When you translate Excel spreadsheets, you will often see some cells with partially invisible text. This is because for some cells Excel does not expand row height to cell text automatically. This article explains how to make rows adjust their height to the contents automatically...

May 01, 2011

When you translate Excel spreadsheets or otherwise change cell values, you may discover that some text becomes partially hidden as it runs into the cells on the right or flows beyond the printable page extents. This occurs because word wrap for this particular cell is deactivated. Read this article to find out how to activate word wrap for individual cells or cell ranges...

March 08, 2011

If you need to clear background color of cells and textboxes in Excel spreadsheets (before delivery to the customer and in many other situations), follow these instructions...

February 23, 2011

Translating Excel spreadsheets is pretty easy. All you need to do is translate text in individual cells and then format the spreadsheet for the target language user. However, sometimes your spreadsheet will contain charts, making translation more complicated. This article will help you understand and master charts so you can easily translate even the most advanced varieties...

April 18, 2010