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Basic Steps: How To "Sort"

The following steps are for sorting the data located on the Master Spreadsheet™. (For sorting of all updated data "online", please visit the Short Screener™).

To sort all data offline in Excel follow the steps below.

  • You should have the Master Spreadsheet™ downloaded and opened in Excel.
  • Select all of the data. You can do this by clicking on the very top left box - the one without any data in it. This is an easy way to select all of the data cells on the page with one click.
  • Next, select "Data" then "Sort" from the menu bar - the sort window will open.
  • Verify that "header row" is selected here.
  • In this Sort window, use the "Sort by" pull down menu option to sort ALL of the market according to the header you choose.

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