# Excel 2003

The functions below are available Excel 2003 and later versions, including Excel 365.

The Excel DEVSQ function returns the sum of the squared deviations from the mean for a given set of data.

The Excel DGET function gets a single value in a given field from a record that matches criteria. DGET will throw the #NUM error if more than one record matches criteria.

The Excel DMAX function returns the maximum value in a field, from a set of records that match criteria. Use the DMIN function to get the minimum value.

The Excel DMIN function returns the minimum value in a field, from a set of records that match criteria. Use the MAX function to get the maximum value.

The Excel DOLLAR function converts a number to text using the Currency number format. The TEXT function can do the same thing, and is much more versatile.

The Excel DOLLARDE function converts a dollar price entered with a special notation to a dollar price displayed as a decimal number. The DOLLARFR function does the opposite conversion.

The Excel DOLLARFR function converts a dollar price in a regular decimal number format to a dollar price in a particular fractional notation used for securities where pricing is given to the nearest 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, etc. The...

The Excel DPRODUCT function returns the product of values from a set of records that match criteria. The values to multiply are extracted from a given field in the database, specified as an argument.

The Excel DSTDEV function returns the standard deviation of sample data extracted from records that match the given criteria. If data represents the entire population, use the DSTDEVP function.

The Excel DSTDEVP function returns the standard deviation for an entire population of data extracted from records that match the given criteria. If data represents the entire population, use the DSTDEVP function.

The Excel DSUM function returns the sum of values from a set of records that match criteria. The values to sum are extracted from a given field in the database.

The Excel DURATION function returns the annual duration of a security with periodic interest payments, calculated with the Macauley duration formula.

The Excel DVAR function returns the variance of a sample extracted from records that match the given criteria. If data represents the entire population, use the DVARP function.

The Excel DVARP function returns the variance of an entire population extracted from records that match given criteria. If data represents the a sample only, use the DVAR function.

The Excel EDATE function returns a date on the same day of the month, n months in the past or future. You can use EDATE to calculate expiration dates, maturity dates, and other due dates. Use a positive value for months to get a date in the...

The Excel EFFECT function returns the effective annual interest rate, given a nominal interest rate and the number of compounding periods per year. Effective annual interest rate is the interest rate actually earned due to compounding.

The Excel EOMONTH function returns the last day of the month, n months in the past or future. You can use EDATE to calculate expiration dates, due dates, and other dates that need to land on the last day of a month. Use a positive value for...

The Excel ERROR.TYPE function returns a number that corresponds to a specific error value. You can use ERROR.TYPE to test for specific kinds of errors. If no error exists, ERROR.TYPE returns #N/A. See below for a key to the error codes returned...

The Excel EVEN function rounds numbers up to the next even integer. The EVEN function always rounds numbers away from zero, so positive numbers become larger and negative numbers become smaller (i.e. more negative).

The Excel EXACT function compares two text strings, taking into account upper and lower case characters, and returns TRUE if they are the same, and FALSE if not. EXACT is case-sensitive.

The Excel EXP function returns the result of the constant e raised to the power of a number. The constant e is a numeric constant relating to exponential growth and decay whose value is approximately 2.71828. The EXP function is the inverse of...

The Excel FACT function returns the factorial of a given number. For example, =FACT(3) returns 6, equivalent to 3 x 2 x 1.

The Excel FACTDOUBLE function returns the double factorial of a number. A double factorial is symbolized by two exclamation marks (!!).

The Excel FALSE function returns the Boolean value FALSE. The FALSE function is classified as a "compatibility function", needed only for compatibility with other spreadsheet applications. There is no need to use FALSE() if you are creating a...

The Excel FIND function returns the position (as a number) of one text string inside another. When the text is not found, FIND returns a #VALUE error.

The Excel FIXED function converts a number to text with fixed number of decimals, rounding as needed with the given number of decimals. The FIXED function can be useful when concatenating a formatted number text.

The Excel FLOOR function rounds a given number down to the nearest specified multiple. FLOOR works like the MROUND function, but FLOOR *always rounds down*.

The Excel FORECAST function predicts a value based on existing values along a linear trend. FORECAST calculates future value predictions using linear regression, and can be used to predict numeric values like sales, inventory, expenses,...

The Excel FREQUENCY function returns a frequency distribution, which is a list that shows the frequency of values at given intervals. FREQUENCY returns multiple values and must be entered as an array formula...