As I explained in the last Excel post, you can check for blank and invalid data in Excel several ways.
In this post, I will focus on the insights and issues encountered by sorting each column from A to Z and then Z to A.
Sounds pretty simple, but I’m willing to bet you will be surprised to learn a thing or two…
For a list of the reasons why you must validate data before analyzing it, see Why You Must Validate Data.
Whenever you use OR and AND operators in ACL (or other software, for that matter), be careful to ensure that you receive the results that you are looking for.
Assume you have Table1, which contains 100 loan transactions. 10 of those transactions have a loan rate of 5% and 10 transactions have a rate of 6%. The remaining transactions have rates above 10%.