In this tutorial we teach you how to compare spreadsheets from your portfolio. Comparing can be very helpful in case of different versions of one file. PerfectXL compares spreadsheets on several key aspects, such as characteristics, risk indicators and complexity indicators.
How to Compare Spreadsheets
Upload the spreadsheet(s) you want to compare into your PerfectXL portfolio and select the one you want to examine. The go to the ‘Compare’ tab in the tool and select the second spreadsheet from you portfolio in the dropdown menu.
After selection PerfectXL will generate a comparison that focuses on characteristics of the spreadsheets, risk indicators and complexity indicators. The comparison is published in numbers as well as in a visualization, making it easy to spot big changes in a glance.
Watch our Video Tutorials
In the video’s below, several features and possibilities of PerfectXL are described and demonstrated thoroughly. In time we will add more video tutorials.
Tracing Problems in Calculations
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How to Check Your Input Sources in Excel
In this video we’ll show you how to run a quick basic check of the input sources of your spreadsheet and how to determine if there is any unknown input. We’ll also show you a powerful way to visualize your spreadsheet’s information flow to help determine the function and dependability of each worksheet.Learn how to check your input sources in Excel
How to Quickly Validate your Spreadsheet
88% of spreadsheets contain hidden issues. These issues can be a serious risk to the outcome of your spreadsheet. This video shows you how PerfectXL helps you to quickly validate your spreadsheet on 29 types of risk, without having to check every cell manually.Learn how to validate your spreadsheet