Google Sheets Examples

Reverse Rank Order in google sheets

This article will talk about how to rank the given data in reverse order in google sheets. You can use Google sheets RANK function to rank the data. By default, the largest value in the data table will be ranked as 1. So how do we invert this ranking order? How do we make the… read more »

Rank Numbers without Repetitive Ranks in google sheets

This article will guide you how to rank numbers in a range with unique ranking in google sheets. How to use the Rank function in google sheets to get a unique ranking for ranges with duplicate values. Ranking without Repetitive Ranks Suppose you try to use the RANK function to rank values in a range… read more »

Rank Numeric Values with Duplicate in Google Sheets

Suppose you have an urgent task of ranking a list with duplicate values, what would be the first approach you would think of? Is there a quick and easy way to do this task in Google Sheets? This article will talk about how to rank a given list that contains duplicate values by using the… read more »

Calculate Compound Interest using FV Function in Google Sheets

This article will show you how to calculate compound interest in Google Sheets. It will help you calculate the interest you will accrue on a given amount of money. There are several ways to calculate compound interest Google Sheets. One of the simplest is using the FV function in Google Sheets. This function determines the… read more »

Count Attendance and Absence with Google Sheets COUNTIF

In our campus life and work life, we usually record everyone’s attendance. Today we will introduce you the application of Google Sheets COUNTIF function to count the attendance. Using a week as an example, we use the following example to show you how to use Google Sheets COUNTIF function to count attendance. As shown above,… read more »

Find the Closest Data to the Data Provided in Google Sheets

In our daily work, we may encounter such an issue that to find the closest value to a certain value. In fact, google sheets internal functions can help us solve this problem. In today’s article, we will show you how to find the student whose score value is closet to the score provided with help… read more »

Basic Array Formula With Examples in Google Sheets

Are you searching for an article for getting the basic array formula with different examples for better understanding? Then congratulations because you have just landed on the right article. In this article, you would get to know the basic array formula in google sheets and the use of this formula in different examples with a… read more »

Average Of Numbers With Multiple Criteria in Google Sheets

Have you ever come across a task to calculate the average of the numbers with respect to multiple criteria in google sheets? Are you tired of doing this cumbersome task manually? Are you willing to do this task smartly in just a matter of seconds? Then congratulations because you have just landed on the right… read more »

Calculate Average Of Last 5 Or N Values In Columns in Google Sheets

Suppose you come across a task where you need to calculate the average of the last 2 or 3 numeric values in google sheets, then what would you do? If you are new to google sheets, then your first attempt might be doing this task manually, which is an acceptable way but only when the… read more »

Find And Retrieve Missing Values in Google Sheets

Find and retrieve is a common basic operation in Google Sheets for tables. In out daily work, we may encounter this situation that some data was lost after several operations on a table in Google Sheets. In fact, we can find the missing values by retrieving the original data and comparing it with the existing… read more »

Calculating Average Of The Numbers in Google Sheets

Are you weary of investing a lot of time and effort in manually calculating the average of the numbers by including or excluding 0 and calculating the average of the top 3 scores? Then congratulations because you have just landed on the right article. In this article, you will get to know the smarter ways… read more »

Calculate The Average Of The Last 3, 5, Or N Numeric Values In Google Sheets

As an Google sheets user, you might have come across a task in which you need to calculate the average values of the last 2 numeric values, and you might have done this task manually but suppose if the last values you want to calculate the average exceeds to 3, 5 or N numeric values… read more »

Add Workdays in Google Sheets

To add or subtract workdays days from a date, respecting holidays but assuming a 7-day week: you can use the WORKDAY.INTL function with an argument that tells it how many days should be subtracted/added as well as which specific holidays to ignore. In our formula below C2 for this example: =WORKDAY.INTL(A2,B2,”0000000″,A7:A8) With this formula, you… read more »

Add Row Numbers And Skip Blanks in Google Sheets

Do you ever have to input a list of numbers into a spreadsheet in Google Sheets, and some of the cells are blank? It can be difficult to keep track of what number is in which cell when you have to scroll up and down the sheet to look for the right spot. Well, today,… read more »

Add Months To Date In Google Sheets

It is important to adjust time periods when performing financial modeling. In Google Sheets, you can use the MONTH function to add a specific number of months to a date. The MONTH function takes one argument: the number of months you want to add. Here will show you how to add months to date in… read more »

Add Leading Zeros in Google Sheets

To pad a number with zeros, you need to add leading spaces and/or carriers. For example, if the original digit contains 2 digits, three additional characters will be added on before it. If there are 3 digits in total, allocating two places for these extra pieces of information ensures that your output looks correct without… read more »

Add Minutes to Time in Google Sheets

Adding whole hours or decimal minutes to a given time in google sheets is a fairly simple process. You can do this by using the Start_time+TIME(0,minutes,0) and Start_time+minutes/1440 functions. In this add minutes to time guide, we will show you how to do this. Adding whole Minutes If you want to add whole minutes to… read more »

Add Hours to Time in Google Sheets

Adding whole hours or decimal hours to a given time in Google Sheets is a fairly simple process. You can do this by using the Start_time+TIME(hours,0,0) and Start_time+hours/24 functions. In this add hours to time guide, we will show you how to do this. Adding whole hours If you want to add whole hours to… read more »

Count Cells that are Case Sensitive in Google Sheets

If you are a frequent user of Google Spreadsheets, you may have come across situations where you needed to add or count the cells that were case-sensitive. If you have done this task manually, I would like to point out that it is the most inefficient way to do it, particularly when Google Spreadsheets has… read more »

Average Last N Values in Google Sheets

Average is a valuable function in google sheets that allows you to rapidly compute the average of the past N values in a column. However, you may need to insert new numbers beneath your original information from time to time, and you just want the average result to be updated automatically when new data is… read more »

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