Loan Amortisation Schedule

Loan Amortisation Schedule Calculator   This loan amortization schedule calculator will help you determine how much of your monthly payments will go towards paying out the principal and how much will go towards paying interest on the loan. Our loan amortisation schedule calculator can also be used create a printable amortization table for your loan and to estimate the monthly payments on your mortgage. Simply input your loan amount, interest rate, […]


Travel Cricket Template

Travel Cricket    Travel Cricket is a fun family game to play while out driving. The objective is to score more runs than your opponent before they “bowl” your team out. You score runs or bowl your opponent out by counting the number of cars (by colour) traveling in the opposite direction to your direction of travel. Click the DOWNLOAD button below to instantly download this ExcelSuperSite template. Travel Cricket […]


75 Funny Awards to recognise the efforts of your Staff

Funny Awards Recognition of staff/employees for all their efforts throughout the year is very important. Many offices days hold annual events as a means of showing their employees appreciation and celebrating a successful year. Why not liven up that event by presenting staff and employees with some funny awards? That is where our Funny Awards come in to play. This pack contains 75 individual Funny Awards PLUS a BLANK template […]


What are the 56 ColorIndex colors in Excel

Excels 56 ColorIndex Colors   Color Palette Excel’s Color Palette has an index of 56 colors which can be used throughout your spreadsheet. Each of these colors in the palette is associated with a unique value in the ColorIndex. For reasons unknown, aside from the index value, Excel also recognizes the names for Colors 1 through 8 (Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, and Cyan).   interior ColorIndex HTML […]


Navigate your worksheets with ease

Navigate your worksheets with ease   Learn to easily navigate your Excel worksheets with these straightforward keyboard shortcuts.     Move straight to the very top of your Excel worksheet by pressing Ctrl+Home. Similarly, you can move to the very last cell (that contains or did contain data – far bottom right) within your Excel worksheet by pressing Ctrl+End.   There will be times when you want to navigate to […]

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Quick Tip – Undo / Redo

Do you often re-type over content in a cell in Excel then realise that you shouldn’t have just done that? Excel’s Undo (Ctrl + Z) feature provides you with a quick way to reverse (i.e. undo) any changes you have made to a worksheet such as accidentally deleting data, applying incorrect formats, or moving formulas. Similarly, if you have reversed back a change, but then realise that the change should […]


Quick Tip – Save Regularly

Ever had one of those moments when you have been working hard all day on a spreadsheet and your boss/client needs it by close of business and just as you are tidying things up and just about to hit the save button and… whoosh – something totally unexpected happens and your computer loses power or shuts down or (insert multiple other scenarios here…) and “Arghhhhh!!!!” – you have lost all […]

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