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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 TOCOL function
The TOCOL function lets you rearrange values in 2D cell ranges to a single column. Dynamic array formula in cell […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Extract a unique distinct list from three columns
Question: How do I extract a unique distinct list from three ranges or lists? The ranges are not necessarily adjacent […]
Count unique distinct values
This article describes how to count unique distinct values. What are unique distinct values? They are all values but duplicates are […]
How to extract email addresses from an Excel sheet
Question: How to extract email addresses from this sheet? Answer: It depends on how the emails are populated in your worksheet? […]

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