Nuraida Kashmin

About author

Nuraida Kashmin, Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology. Since 2021, she wrote 45+ articles on Excel problems and reviewed over 1000 articles. Currently working as a Project Manager, she is responsible for developing and implementing content strategies, managing writers and editors, staying updated on new technology, analyzing data, and tracking content performance indicators. Her interests include Project Management, Creative Writing, Digital Marketing, Reporting, Monitoring & Documentation, and Online Advocacy for SAP & Youth Leaders.


Project Manager at OfficeWheel in SOFTEKO.

Lives in

Dhaka, Bangladesh.


B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering at Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology.


Project Management, Technical Writing, Creative Writing, Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, AutoCAD, Reporting, Monitoring & Documentation.


  • Project Manager, SOFTEKO (Project OfficeWheel)
Currently working as Project Manager. Strategize and implement content plans, crafting editorial calendars, style guides, and guidelines. Supervise teams of content creators, including writers, editors, and designers. Stay updated on new tech and industry practices. Analyze data, make reports, and track content performance for insights and development ideas.
  • Team Leader, SOFTEKO (Project ExcelDemy)
Coordinated content creation, production, audits, research, and brainstorming activities within the team, aiming to optimize overall performance.
  • Excel And VBA Content Developer, SOFTEKO
Wrote 45+ articles on Excel problems.
  • Program Officer, Light To Life
Event organization, reporting, monitoring, documentation, graphic design, online advocacy for SAP and youth leaders.
  • Youth Development Manager, Light To Life
Managed events, reporting, graphic design, and online advocacy.
  • Trainee Automobile Engineer, Pragoti Industries Limited
Received training in car assembly and manufacturing car parts.

Latest Posts From Nuraida Kashmin

How to Delete Multiple Sheets in Excel (3 Ways)

To delete multiple sheets in Excel, follow the steps below: Select the sheets to delete. Right-click on any of the selected sheets. The sheet context ...

Why Excel Shows Formulas Instead of Results (7 Reasons)

In this Excel tutorial, you will learn why Excel sometimes shows formulas instead of results. Excel can show formulas instead of results for several reasons ...

How to Use Format Painter for Multiple Cells in Excel (7 Methods)

Format Painter is one of the most versatile tools of Excel. By using the Format Painter, we can format a countless number of cells just with one click. Imagine ...

Excel Combine Rows with Same ID (3 Quick Methods)

We can easily find the required values to combine rows with the same ID in Excel. Today we are going to learn about doing the process step by step in Excel. ...

How to Add Multiple Cells in Excel (7 Easy Ways)

If you want to add multiple cells together in Excel, then you can go through this article. There are a few quick ways to add multiple cells in Excel. Today we ...

How to Compare Two Excel Sheets for Duplicates (5 Quick Ways)

If you are looking for ways to compare two Excel sheets for duplicates, you have come to the right place. Here, we will walk you through 5 easy and effective ...

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  1. Dear Coral Gray,

    You are most welcome.


  2. Dear Bel,

    You are most welcome. We always try to provide best resources.


  3. Hi Jon,
    You can try this path:
    Select cell range > Click on Conditional Formatting > Select New Rules > Go to ‘Format only cells that contain’ option > From the Edit drop-down, select ‘No Blanks’ > Select Fill color > Press OK.

  4. Hi SHANON,
    Please try to apply below VBA Code after selecting the whole dataset:

    Sub move_rows()
    For Each myCell In Selection.Columns(2).Cells
    If myCell.Value = “Closed” Then
    myCell.EntireRow.Copy Worksheets(“Sheet2”).Range(“A” & Rows.Count).End(3)(2)
    End If
    End Sub

    You may replace the column number in line 2 according to the placement of your “status” column. Also the sheet name (Sheet2) in line 4 to your required sheet.

  5. Hello CHARLOTTE,
    Glad to hear that you liked my article.
    Please check this article (Method 7)-
    Use SUMIFS Function to Sum Between a Date Range from Another Sheet

    I hope you will find a solution.

  6. Hi SAM,
    Glad to hear that you liked my article.
    I think your project is based on the basic application of VLOOKUP. Please check this article (Method 1)-

    I hope it’ll be helpful for you.

  7. Hi SIVA!
    You can check this article –
    I hope it’ll be helpful for you.

  8. It’s great to hear you liked the article. You are most welcome. Best wishes.

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