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Select the cell or the range of cells in the column which needs to be sorted. Click on the Data Tab on the Menu bar, and click on Sort under Sort & Filter section. The Sort dialog box opens up. Select the column that you want to sort by a custom list under the Column list.
Tip: If there are several references in one cell, you need to change the references one by one by selecting and press F4 key in the formula bar. Then change the references in other formula cells to absolute one by one. Now the formulas are kept while sorting.
Highlight the rows and/or columns you want sorted. Navigate to "Data" along the top and select "Sort." If sorting by column, select the column you want to order your sheet by. If sorting by row, click "Options" and select "Sort left to right." Choose what you'd like sorted. Choose how you'd like to order your sheet.
The most common reason for data not sorting correctly is due to the leading space ahead of the text. Many people using encounter this problem. The text with leading space is sorted at the top in ascending and at the bottom in descending order sort.
Wrong Selection. If you select the wrong rows and columns or less than the full cell range that contains the information you want to sort, Microsoft Excel can't arrange your data the way you want to view it. With a partial range of cells selected, only the selection sorts. With empty cells selected, nothing happens.
Using the sort Function Click on Data and eventually sort. This will make sure that the rows are intact but the columns have changed. After this, the sort warning dialog will pop up. You are supposed to keep the Expand the selection option and after that click on sort.
Click into any cell in the COLUMN you want to sort by within your list. (DO NOT highlight that column as this will sort that column only and leave the rest of your data where it is.) Click on the DATA tab. Click on either the Sort Ascending or Sort Descending. button.
Drag down the column to select the dates you want to sort. Click Home tab > arrow under Sort & Filter, and then click Sort Oldest to Newest, or Sort Newest to Oldest.
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