Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Flip the left-to-right order of columns with the INDEX function or sort by columns, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- [Instructor] Sometimes you encounter a list…where the data is not quite in the order…that you want it to be in.…Here's a list here of various items…that we have available in our inventory,…and off to the right you can see that…sales are being tracked the year 2016, 15, et cetera…going this way, but you're thinking,…and I'll zoom back first, that you'd like…to see these entries in reverse order.…So, off to the right.…In other words, you'd like to see the year 2007…all the way over to 2016.…Now, we can do this in a couple ways,…and I think you'll realize which one is going to be better,…but let's show you both of them.…
One is by of what we call the index function.…The index function allows us to pull data…out of a list based on a column and row reference.…So, let's imagine as we're looking at the data here,…and we can actually do this for the years, as well, too.…Right here what we want to do is to…pull out data from this column,…and right here we want to pull out…data from the next column over, and so on,…and we can take advantage of the idea…
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