Student Marksheet in MS Excel (Hindi) |sum, Percentage, IF, Division, Distinction Marks formulas - YoutubeRandom

## Student Marksheet in MS Excel (Hindi) |sum, Percentage, IF, Division, Distinction Marks formulas

Learn How to Make Student Marksheet in Microsoft Excel. How to Apply Sum, Percentage, IF, Division and Distinction Marks Formulas and Function in Excel. You can learn how to apply logical condition using if statements, how to set nested if in excel condition. This is Hindi Excel tutorial which will explain all process step by step with example. It is a part of Basic Excel Course, Helpful in all Types of computer courses such as RSCIT, CCC, O level, PGDCA, Basic Computer course etc. You can Learn and Improve Your Basic computer skill as well as Office Productivity Skill.

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