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  • CHOOSECOLS function (1)
  • CHOOSEROWS function (1)
  • DROP function (1)
  • EXPAND function (1)
  • HSTACK function (1)
  • TAKE function (1)
  • TOCOL function (8)
  • TOROW function (2)
  • VSTACK function (4)
  • WRAPCOLS function (1)
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  • Extract a unique distinct list across multiple columns and rows sorted based on frequency
    Cell range B2:E11 contains values, the formula in cell B15 extracts unique distinct values in B2:E11, ignores blanks, and returns […]
    How to use the EXPAND function
    The EXPAND function increases a cell range or array by a specified number of columns and rows. Dynamic array formula […]
    How to use the CHOOSECOLS function
    The CHOOSECOLS function returns given columns from a cell range or array. Dynamic array formula in cell B9: =CHOOSECOLS(B2:D5, 2, […]
    How to use the CHOOSEROWS function
    The CHOOSEROWS function returns given rows from a cell range or array. Dynamic array formula in cell B9: =CHOOSEROWS(B2:D5, 2, […]
    How to use the DROP function
    The DROP function removes a given number of rows or columns from a 2D cell range or array. Dynamic array […]
    How to use the TAKE function
    The TAKE function returns a given number of rows or columns from a 2D cell range or array. Dynamic array […]
    How to use the WRAPCOLS function
    The WRAPCOLS function rearranges values from a single row to a 2D cell range based on a given number of […]
    How to use the WRAPROWS function
    The WRAPROWS function rearranges values from a single row to a 2D cell range. Dynamic array formula in cell B8: […]
    How to use the TOROW function
    The TOROW function rearranges values from a 2D cell range to a single row. Dynamic array formula in cell B8: […]
    How to use the TOCOL function
    The TOCOL function lets you rearrange values in 2D cell ranges to a single column. Dynamic array formula in cell […]
    How to use the HSTACK function
    The HSTACK function lets you combine cell ranges or arrays, it joins data to the first blank cell to the […]
    How to use the VSTACK function
    The VSTACK function lets you combine cell ranges or arrays, it joins data to the first blank cell at the […]
    Rearrange values in a cell range to a single column
    This article demonstrates formulas that rearrange values in a cell range to a single column. Table of Contents Rearrange cells […]
    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 […]
    Extract unique distinct values A to Z from a range and ignore blanks
    This article demonstrates formulas that extract sorted unique distinct values from a cell range containing also blanks. Unique distinct values […]
    Filter common values between two ranges
    The image above shows an array formula in cell B12 that extracts values shared by cell range B2:D4 (One) and […]
    Extract duplicates from a multi-column cell range
    This article describes two formulas that extract duplicates from a multi-column cell range, the first one is built for Excel […]
    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 […]
    Extract a list of duplicates from three columns combined
    This webpage demonstrates formulas that merge three non-adjacent cell ranges. What's on this webpage Extract a list of duplicates from […]
    How to extract email addresses from an Excel sheet
    Question: How to extract email addresses from this sheet? Answer: It dependsĀ on how the emails are populated in your worksheet? […]

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