In this post, we’ll look at how to mimic radio buttons with formulas and checkboxes in Google Sheets.
This formula method has one limitation: you have to uncheck the current selection before you can check a different one.
With true radio buttons, when you click any button it will unselect the other one for you. You don’t have to do the extra step of manually unselecting it first.
For that reason, I recommend using an Apps Script method to create true radio buttons in Google Sheets.
However, the formula method presented in this post is useful if you don’t have access to Apps Script or simply don’t want to add code to your project.
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In this post, you’ll learn how to create a Select All checkbox in Google Sheets, as shown in this image:
But before we look at that, did you know there’s already a quick way of selecting all checkboxes manually?
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In this post, we’ll look at how to create a Google Sheets Drop Down Menu.
Drop down menus are great for doing better data entry and making your Sheets dynamic.
In this post, we’ll explore both of these techniques with examples.
But first, let’s see how to create a Google Sheets drop down menu.
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It probably won’t surprise you to hear that I use a Google Sheets budget template to track my finances, both incomings and outgoing, at home and for my business.
The dashboards available through online banking sites are pretty rudimentary. They don’t give much insight into what’s happening with my finances, particularly over longer time frames.
I like using Google Sheets, as opposed to another third party service like Mint, because it’s fully customizable. It’s easy to use and I can share any spending or budget templates easily with my wife.
I’m not a financial expert, so I won’t be dispensing any financial advice here. I won’t opine on what you should or shouldn’t show in your spending and budget templates in this post, nor will I talk about what your financial goals should be or how to get there.
What I will do in this post however, is show you some useful tips in Google Sheets that you can use for building your own budget templates. Techniques to make them more insightful and more helpful for reaching your goals.
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Find your team: See the history of each of the 47 teams in the Premier League here.
In this post I’ll show you how to create a dynamic bump chart like the one above, using historical data for the English Premier League going back to 1992-93 when it was created.
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