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If cell contains any text
The picture above shows different values in column B and a formula in column C that tries to identifies the […]
Count cells with text
The following formula in cell D3 counts cells with values stored as text. =SUMPRODUCT(ISTEXT(B3:B14)*1) In other words, cells containing nothing, errors, […]
How to use the ISNUMBER function
The ISNUMBER function checks if a value is a number, returns TRUE or FALSE. Table of Contents ISNUMBER Function Syntax […]
Count cells containing text from list
The array formula in cell F3 counts cells in column B that contains at least one of the values in […]
INDEX MATCH – Case sensitive
The picture above demonstrates a formula in cell F3 that allows you to look up a value in column B […]
INDEX MATCH – multiple results
This article demonstrates how to use INDEX and MATCH functions to lookup and return multiple results. The lookup value is […]
Match two columns
This article demonstrates formulas that match two conditions in a column each and return another value on the same row […]
INDEX MATCH with multiple criteria
This article demonstrates formulas that let you perform lookups using two or more conditions. The image above shows two conditions […]
If cell contains text
This article demonstrates different formulas based on if a cell contains a given text. Formula in cell C3: =B3=$E$3 The […]
Partial match values and return value with highest level
This article demonstrates a formula that searches a cell (partial match) based on values in a table and returns a […]
Search for a sequence of cells based on wildcard search
This article demonstrates array formulas that perform a wildcard search based on a sequence of values. The formulas return the […]
Working with classic ciphers in Excel
What's on this page Reverse text Insert random characters Convert letters to numbers How to shuffle characters in the alphabet […]
Sort and return unique distinct single digits from cell range
This article demonstrates a formula that filters unique distinct single digits from a cell range containing numbers. Cell range B3:B6 […]
Wildcard lookups and include or exclude criteria
This article demonstrates three different ways to filter a data set if a value contains a specific string and if […]
Partial match and return multiple adjacent values
This article demonstrates array formulas that search for cell values containing a search string and returns corresponding values on the […]
Count weekday within date range except holidays
Steve asks: Right now I'm using the following formula to tell me how many of a specific defined day, ie […]
Filter unique distinct values, sorted and blanks removed from a range
EEK asks: I am looking for the same formula on this page, but targeting a range of MxN (spanning multiple […]
Search each column for a string each and return multiple records – OR logic
RU asks: Can you please suggest if i want to find out the rows with fixed value in "First Name" […]
Return multiple matches with wildcard vlookup
Mr.Excel had a "challenge of the month" June/July 2008 about Wildcard VLOOKUP: "The data in column A contains a series […]
Extract a unique distinct list sorted from A to Z ignore blanks
The image above demonstrates a formula in cell D3 that extracts unique distinct numbers and text values sorted from A […]
Extract unique distinct values if value contains string
The image above demonstrates a formula in cell F3 that extracts unique distinct values from column B if they contain […]
Filter duplicate values in a range using “contain” condition
The array formula in cell B10 extracts duplicate values from cell range B2:D4 if they contain string specified in cell […]
Extract unique distinct text values containing string in a range
The formula in cell B10 extracts unique distinct values from cell range B2:d4 that contains the string specified in cell […]
5 easy ways to VLOOKUP and return multiple values
This post explains how to lookup a value and return multiple values. No array formula required.
Extract numbers from a column
I this article I will show you how to get numerical values from a cell range manually and using an […]
Search and display all cells that contain multiple search strings
Jerome asks, in this blog post Search for multiple text strings in multiple cells in excel : If the list […]
Sum cells containing numbers and text based on a condition
Question: I want to sum cells that have a "C" and a decimal number. The cells have other numbers and […]
Perform multiple partial matches and return records – AND logic
Question: Can expand this equation set into more than two colums of data, say if I had a first, middle […]
Exact word in string
I read an interesting blog post Is A Particular Word Contained In A Text String? on Spreadsheetpage. That inspired me […]
Search for a text string in a data set and return multiple records
This article explains different techniques that filter rows/records that contain a given text string in any of the cell values […]
Partial match based on two conditions
Question: I want to search two columns with two search strings? The strings can be anywhere in these two columns […]
Partial match with two conditions and return multiple results
This article demonstrates a formula that extracts a row or record from a data table using two strings as criteria. […]
Partial match for multiple strings – AND logic
This article demonstrates formulas that let you perform partial matches based on multiple strings and return those strings if all […]
Count how many times a string exists in a cell range (case insensitive)
Question: How do I count how many times a word exists in a range of cells? It does not have […]
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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