Excel Sorting Examples

You can download here the worksheet from this video to practice it by yourself!

The video above provides you with multiple ways to sort a table.

As in the previous sorting tutorials, you can see that simple sorting allows you to easily visualize your top clients, or just put them in other specific order.

Sorting by more than one criterion lets you implement some more advanced setups to your tables. As in the previous tutorials, you can see the principle of going from a more general sort as your first pick to a more specific one for your secondary sort.

Arranging data by branch and then by last name allows you to localize your clients and have them alphabetically ordered at the same time.

Sorting by card type and then by latest transaction lets you separate card types but also establish a timeline of transactions for each card.