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Merge tables based on a condition
This article demonstrates techniques on how to merge or combine two data sets using a condition. The top left data […]
Group rows based on a condition
This article explains how to merge values row by row based on a condition in column A using an array […]
Combine cell ranges ignore blank cells
The image above demonstrates a¬†user defined function that merges up to 255 cell ranges and removes blanks. I will also […]
Merge matching rows
Question: I'm using excel 2003. This is my problem.Sheet 1 COL A contains fruits, col B to H contains there […]
Merge two columns with possible blank cells
This article demonstrates two formulas, they both accomplish the same thing. The Excel 365 formula is much smaller and is […]
Consolidate sheets [vba]
Question: I have multiple worksheets in a workbook. Each worksheets is project specific. Each worksheet contains almost identical format. The […]
Merge Ranges Add-In
Merge Ranges is an add-in for Excel that lets you easily merge multiple ranges into one master sheet. The Master […]
Merge two columns
The picture above shows how to merge two columns into one list using a formula. Table of Contents Merge two […]
Merge three columns into one list
The above image demonstrates a formula that adds values in three different columns into one column. Table of Contents Merge […]

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Excel Tables simplifies your work with data, adding or removing data, filtering, totals, sorting, enhance readability using cell formatting, cell references, formulas, and more.
Allows you to filter data based on selected value , a given text, or other criteria. It also lets you filter existing data or move filtered values to a new location.
Lets you control what a user can type into a cell. It allows you to specifiy conditions and show a custom message if entered data is not valid.
Lets the user work more efficiently by showing a list that the user can select a value from. This lets you control what is shown in the list and is faster than typing into a cell.
Lets you name one or more cells, this makes it easier to find cells using the Name box, read and understand formulas containing names instead of cell references.
The Excel Solver is a free add-in that uses objective cells, constraints based on formulas on a worksheet to perform what-if analysis and other decision problems like permutations and combinations.
An Excel feature that lets you visualize data in a graph.
Format cells or cell values based a condition or criteria, there a multiple built-in Conditional Formatting tools you can use or use a custom-made conditional formatting formula.
Lets you quickly summarize vast amounts of data in a very user-friendly way. This powerful Excel feature lets you then analyze, organize and categorize important data efficiently.
VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications and is a computer programming language developed by Microsoft, it allows you to automate time-consuming tasks and create custom functions.
A program or subroutine built in VBA that anyone can create. Use the macro-recorder to quickly create your own VBA macros.
UDF stands for User Defined Functions and is custom built functions anyone can create.
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