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Open Spreadsheet. Open your business spreadsheet in Excel. Highlight Cells to Divide. Click and drag your mouse to highlight the cells you want to divide. Click "Text to Columns" Click "Delimited" Select the Delimiter to Use. Select Preferred Data Format. Click "Finish" Open Spreadsheet and Choose Data to Divide.
In the table, click the cell that you want to split. Click the Layout tab. In the Merge group, click Split Cells. In the Split Cells dialog, select the number of columns and rows that you want and then click OK.
Click in a cell, or select multiple cells that you want to split. Under Table Tools, on the Layout tab, in the Merge group, click Split Cells. Enter the number of columns or rows that you want to split the selected cells into.
Divide two cells in the topmost row, for example: =A2/B2. Insert the formula in the first cell (say C2) and double-click the small green square in the lower-right corner of the cell to copy the formula down the column. Done!
Select the cell, range, or entire column that contains the text values that you want to split. On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click Text to Columns. Follow the instructions in the Convert Text to Columns Wizard to specify how you want to divide the text into separate columns.
Select the cell or column that contains the text you want to split. Select Data > Text to Columns. In the Convert Text to Columns Wizard, select Delimited > Next. Select the Delimiters for your data.
Step 1 Select the range of data (as above, which will be A1:B4). Step 2 Now select chart type, and Clustered Column from Charts options on the Insert ribbon. Step 3 The following chart is now created. Step 1 Simply select the above chart then choose Change Chart Type from the Design ribbon.
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