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I have a list of 15 mutual funds, in Excel, 401-k selection.Inf

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I have a list of 15 mutual funds, in Excel, for my 401-k selection.
Info on each fund as follows:
qtrly return
YTD return
1 YR return
3 YR return
5 YR return
10 YR return
Life of Fund return
I need someone to create Excel sort function to sort funds for highest overall return based on the above info.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 2 years ago.
Hello. My name is***** can help you with your question. If all you need is to sort by a particular column like the return since the inception of the fund, as long as you have that in one of the columns, you can highlight that column and then click on sort. Then it will sort by that column. You don't really need a special programming for that. However if the calculation you are doing is more complex than that, I can help you out with it. Some me know. Mike

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