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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 ISTEXT function
The ISTEXT function returns TRUE if value is text. Formula in cell C3: =ISTEXT(B3) Excel Function Syntax ISTEXT(value) Arguments value […]
Sort values by corresponding text arranged in a column
This article describes a formula that sorts values arranged in a column from A to z by every other value. […]
Lookup multiple values in one cell
This article explains how to perform multiple lookups based on values in one cell with a delimiting character using a […]
Change column/bar color in charts
This article demonstrates how to set up a chart so it shows one color for increasing bars/columns and another color […]
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 […]
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 adjacent cell is text
Question: I want a unique distinct list to be created from a column where an adjacent column has text cell […]

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