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Calculate Days Open in Excel

If you want to know how to Calculate days in Excel, there are some formulas that you can use to do so. For example, you can use the DAYS function in Excel to find the number of days between two dates. However, if you want to find the number of days a ticket has been… read more »

Add Row Numbers And Skip Blanks in Excel

Do you ever have to input a list of numbers into a spreadsheet, 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, I’m going to… read more »

Assigning Points based on Late Time

It is shown in this lesson how to utilize the IF function in Excel to allocate points based on the amount of time that has passed. If you intend to pursue along this guide, you may do so by downloading the template spreadsheet. Generic formula: =IF(C2<VALUE(“0:2”),0,IF(C2<VALUE(“0:35”),1,IF(C2<VALUE(“0:45”),2,IF(C2<VALUE(“1:00”),3,IF(C2<VALUE(“3:00”),4,5))))) Return value This formula provides the number of points… read more »

Check Dates in chronological order

Assume you have a date list that has different date formats, as seen in the accompanying picture. In this instance, Excel’s Sort function will fail to sort them appropriately. However, you may convert all various date formats to a particular format, such as mm/dd/yyy, and then arrange them chronologically. This post will demonstrate how to… read more »

Check If a Cell is Blank or Empty

The article demonstrates how to check if a range of cells is blank or empty by ISBLANK and other functions to recognize empty cells in Excel and take appropriate action based on their status. There are several circumstances in which you need to determine if a cell is empty or not. If a cell is… read more »

Abbreviate Names Or Words in Excel

As an MS Excel user, you might have come across a task where you need to abbreviate different names or words, and there are also possibilities that you might have done this task manually by assuming that there isn’t any other way to do this task, but you assumed wrong because fortunately there is a… read more »

Extract or Filter on The Top N Values with Criteria

Suppose that you are in a situation where you need to filter out the top n values from the list having few values with specific criteria, or you can say that with a particular condition, and I am also pretty sure about it that you would definitely choose to do it manually, which is also… read more »

Extract matching values From Two Lists

Suppose that you are working with two lists containing few values, and you want to extract the matching values from those two lists into another separate list. You might prefer to manually extract the matching values from the two lists, which is ok for the few values, but it would be a big deal to… read more »

Extract Multiple Match Values into Separate Columns

If you have a few values/items in the excel sheet and you are thinking that with the aid of the “VlOOKUP” function you can look for a specific value, extract it and then put the matching item into the separate column in Ms Excel easily, then congratulations, you are thinking right, but here a problem… read more »

VLOOKUP Formula | Faster Trick with 2 VLOOKUPS

This post will guide you how to use 2 VLOOKUPS function to looking up data entries from a given range of cells in Microsoft Excel. VLOOKUP with 2 lookups can be faster than a single VLOOKUP in certain scenarios. The lookup times will, of course, depend on the data and the indexes. The generic formula… read more »

Extract all the matches with helper Column

With Excel’s powerful functions IF, INDEX, and MATCH, we can find exactly what you’re looking for with a few clicks of the mouse. This step-by-step tutorial will show how easy it is to extract data using these tools and more! Generic Formula =IF($F5<=$F$2,INDEX($A$2:$D$12,MATCH($F5,$D$2:$D$12,0),1),””) Summary Excel’s INDEX and MATCH functions can be used to extract multiple… read more »

If Cell is This Value or That Value

IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return you expect “true value” or “false value” based on the result of logical test. If you want to see if a cell is A or B, and if one of them is true, true value is returned and if none of them is true, false… read more »

If Value is Greater Than A Certain Value

IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return you expect “true value” or “false value” based on the logical test result. If you want to see if a value in one cell is greater than a specific value, you can use IF function to build a formula with logical test argument is “value>certain… read more »

If Cell is Not Blank

IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return you expect “true value” or “false value” based on the result of created logical test. If you want to see if a cell is blank or not, and leave some comments for not blank cells, you can build a formula with IF function, IF function… read more »

If Cell is Blank

IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return you expect “true value” or “false value” based on the result of created logical test. If you want to see if a cell is blank or not, and leave some comments for blank cells, you can build a formula with IF function, IF function can… read more »

If Cell Equals Certain Text String

IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return you expect “true value” or “false value” based on the result of created logical test. If you want to see if cell equals a certain text string like “Win”, you can build a formula with the help of IF function to return either true result… read more »

If Cell Contains Either Text1 or Text2

IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return “true value” or “false value” based on the logical test result. If you want to see if cell contains certain substring1 like “abc” or substring2 like “def”, and returns true of false based on test result, you can build a formula based on IF function… read more »

If Cell Contains Certain Text OR Equals Certain Text

IF cell equals certain text IF function is frequently used in Excel worksheet to return “true value” or “false value” based on the logical test result. If you want to test values to see if they equal certain text like “abc”, you can build formula with IF function to return result. FORMULA To test if… read more »

Fix #N/A Error For VLOOKUP From Another Sheet

This post will show you how to fix the #N/A error why it occurs when you extract values from another sheet using VLOOKUP function in Excel 2016,2013,2010 or other Excel versions. How can you correct a #N/A error in VLOOKUP function in Excel. This post will also show you several reasons why VLOOKUP formula is… read more »

How to Average Only Positive or Negative Numbers of a Range

Suppose both positive numbers and negative numbers exist in a table. If we want to know the average of only positive numbers in this table, we can create a formula to get average of all positive numbers with all negative numbers ignored. In this article, we will help you to construct a formula with AVERAGE… read more »

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