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Creating a Table with Automatic Row Numbering

When creating an Excel Table, you may use a calculation relying on the ROW function to insert row numbers automatically. The formula in A2, which has been copied down, is as follows: =ROW()-ROW(Table1[#Headers]) Note: the default table name is Table1. And #Headers is the header in the Table1. Let’s See How This Formula Works: When… read more »

Get Address of First Cell in Range

We will learn how to get address of first cell in range in this post. At Instance, we must determine the address of first cell in range to use as the data table’s value. For the DATA table, we have a range of value values in the form of an array that is sent to… 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 »

Filter or Extract with a Partial Match

Assume you have a table consisting of a few cells having few values, and you want to filter out the set of records with the partial match. You might take it easy and would prefer to manually filter out the desired partial matching values into another table without any need for the formula; then congratulations… 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 all Partial Matches

Just assume that you have a range of data that contains a text string and you want to extract the few partial matches into another separate range of cells; then you might think that it’s not a big deal; because you would prefer to manually extract the few partial matches into another separate range of… 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 »

Average the Last N Numeric Values in Excel

AVERAGE function is one of the most popular functions in Excel. Apply AVERAGE together with some other functions, we can calculate average simply for some complex situations. In this article, we will introduce you to calculate average of the last N numbers from a range contains both numeric values and non-numeric values. EXAMPLE In this… read more »

How To Sum the Largest N Values in Excel

Sometimes we may want to sum the largest N numbers or top N numbers in a range. In this article, we will show you the method of “SUM the Largest N Numbers” by a simple formula which consist of SUMPRODUCT and LARGE functions. LARGE can return largest values based on criteria, SUMPRODUCT can sum up… read more »

How to Sum the Smallest N Values in Excel

Sometimes we may want to sum the first smallest N numbers in a range in Excel. In this article, we will show you the method of “SUM the Smallest N Numbers” by a simple formula which consist of SUMPRODUCT and SMALL functions. SMALL can return smallest values based on criteria, SUMPRODUCT can sum up these… read more »

How to Auto Fill Weekdays or Weekends in Excel

Sometimes we may want to enter a sequence of days in excel for some purpose, and we can press Ctrl+; to insert current date into cell, and then drag the cell down to attach following days into other cells, then we can get a list of days. But for some special requirement, we just want… read more »

How to Create Dynamical Drop-Down List and Sort by Alphabetical Order in Excel

In our daily work we may need to create a dynamical dropdown list and sort all values by alphabetical order. To create a dropdown list like this, we need to apply some built-in features like ‘Define Name’ and ‘Data Validation’ features, and we also need the help of formula which is combined with excel functions…. read more »

How to Highlight Every Other Row or Every Nth Row in Excel?

Sometimes we may want to highlight every other row or every Nth row in a spreadsheet to make data in different rows looks more clearly. Though we can apply table styles to highlight table rows automatically, we can also highlight rows by excel ‘Conditional Formatting’ function. Actually, ‘Conditional Formatting’ has a powerful capability to highlight… read more »

How to Count Duplicate Values Only Once in A Range in Excel?

When counting the number of times for objects appear in a list or a range, we usually record the duplicate value only once and ignore the redundant ones. We cannot apply formula with only one function to implement this in excel, so we need to update formula and use a formula combine more than one… read more »

How to Create Dynamic Drop Down List without Blank in Excel

This post will guide you how to create dynamic drop down list without blank cells in Microsoft Excel. In Excel, and you can use Data Validation feature to improve the efficiency of data entry in excel, and it also be used to reduce mistake and typing errors. And it is also be used to restrict… read more »

How to Stack Data from Multiple Columns into One Column in Excel

In previous article, I have shown you the method to split data from one long column to multiple columns by VBA and Index function. This time if we want to stack data from multiple columns to one column, how can we do? Actually, we can still use VBA script or formula of Index function to… read more »

How to Count Only Unique Values Excluding Duplicates in Excel

We enter a list of numbers or products and there are some duplicates in the list, if we want to just do count for the unique values and exclude the duplicates, how can we do? Now you can follow the below steps to solve this question by formula quickly. Prepare a list of products and… read more »

How To Transpose Every N Rows of Data into Muliptle Columns in Excel

This post will guide you how to transpose data from rows to column with a formula in Excel. How do I transpose every N rows from one column to multiple columns in Excel. Assuming that you have a list of data in range A1:A10 in column A, and you want to transpose every 2 rows… read more »

How To Increment Cell Reference by X Rows in Excel

This post will guide you how to increment cell reference by x Rows when you drag a formula to populate cells in a column in Excel. By default, when you drag the AutoFill Handle down to other cells , the cell reference in the formulas will be increated by one. And if you want to… read more »

How to Get Row Number From a Vlookup in Excel

This post will guide you how to get row number from a Vlookup in Excel. How do I return a row number from a Vlookup with a formula in Excel. Assuming that you have a list of data in range A1:B5, you can use the VLOOKUP function to lookup a value in the first column… read more »

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