The Sort feature.
This feature is called Excel Slicers. See related links.
Validation is the feature that can limit what is entered into cells in Excel.
Excel provides a data form feature that can allow you to work with one record at a time.
Convert Tet to Columns
No, not necessarily. You can filter on a list of data that is not sorted.
The Fill feature can do that.
Use the Text to Columns option.Select the column where you have the data you want to split.Go to Data, Text to Columns.Select Delimited.Ensure that the comma checkbox is activated.Select a destination cell (default is current cell).Click Finish.
You can copy data from Access and paste it directly into Excel. From a table or query, data can be selected and then copied and pasted into Excel. In that case, data changing in the original Access file will not change data in the Excel file. To do that there must be a link between the data. You can also import data from Access into Excel and from Excel into Access, again maintaining a link to the source if you want.
You can be using the clipboard where the data is being stored during the process. Depending on how you paste it, you might also use the Paste Link option, so that if data changes in the Excel document, it will update it in Word.
Autocorrect can do it and you can also set up Data Validation for cells.