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SUMPRODUCT is designed to work with arrays. It multiplies corresponding elements in two or more arrays and sums the resulting products. As a result, you can use SUMPRODUCT to process arrays that result from criteria being applied to a range of cells. The result of such operations will be arrays,...Read more
This formula uses -1 for match type to allow an approximate match on values sorted in descending order. The MATCH part of the formula looks like this: MATCH ( F4 , B5:B9 , - 1 ) Using the lookup value in cell F4, MATCH finds the first value in B5:B9 that is greater than or equal to the lookup value...Read more
In this example, criteria are entered in the range F5:H6. The logic of the formula is: item is (tshirt OR hoodie) AND color is (red OR blue) AND city is (denver OR seattle) The filtering logic of this formula (the include argument) is applied with the ISNUMBER and MATCH functions, together with...Read more
This example uses the following named ranges : "color" = B6:B14, "item" = C6:C14, and "price" = E6:E14. The goal is to find the maximum price for a given color and item. This formula uses two nested IF functions, wrapped inside MAX to return the maximum price with two criteria. Starting with a...Read more
This formula uses boolean logic to output a conditional message. If the value in column C is less than 100, the formula returns "low". If not, the formula returns an empty string (""). Boolean logic is a technique of handling TRUE and FALSE values like 1 and 0. In cell C5, the formula is evaluated...Read more
In this video, we'll look at how to create a list of random dates with the RANDARRAY function.
In this video, we demo how to join different values together in one cell with line breaks. Also includes a clever way to add spaces and commas without using double quotes.
In this video, learn how to use VLOOKUP to build a simple form to extract employee information from a table, in about 3 minutes. VLOOKUP is a key Excel function.
In this video, we'll look at how to plot average daylight hours per month in a chart, using sunrise and sunset data.
We'll show you a cool way to delete rows that are missing values in one step, even when your list contains hundreds or thousands of rows.
In the world of Excel formulas, the term "array formula" is probably responsible for more confusion than just about any other concept. This is because the definition of an array formula has become mixed up with the requirement to enter some array formulas in a special way, with control + shift + enter.
There are eight functions in Excel that work differently than you might realize. The same features that were supposed to make them easier to use, can actually make them harder to use :)
This article provides examples of public Coronavirus data you can download to Excel with Power Query. Each example has a link, a screenshot to show what the data looks like in Excel after being imported, and an Excel workbook.
A quick example of how to track testing for COVID-19 using Excel and publicly available data. In this project, the data is fetched and "shaped" with Power Query, then dropped back into Excel, where it can be refreshed with a single click.
Dynamic Excel offers 6 brand new functions that solve hard problems in Excel like sorting, filtering, and working with unique values. For those not using Office 365, this page provides some alternative formulas that work in older versions of Excel.
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