In Excel 2007, 2010 or 2013, you can create a table to expand the data range, and the chart will update automatically. Select the data range and click Table under Insert tab, see screenshot: 2.
Browse through popular modules and sort them by name, release date or popularity.
When you find the module you’re looking for, PPM Index gives you: Save time from having to compile your own Perl modules, by using Active Perl, complete with thousands of modules already pre-compiled for you.
Here I can introduce you a complex dynamic formula method. First, you need to create a defined name and a dynamic formula for each column.
Click Formulas Note: In the above formulas, the OFFSET function refers to the first data point, and the COUNTA refers to the entire column of data. After defining the names and formulas for each column data, then right click any column in your chart, and choose Select Data, see screenshot: 5.
The Spreadsheet:: Parse Excel:: Save Parser module is a wrapper around Spreadsheet:: Parse Excel and Spreadsheet:: Write Excel.