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Convert column number to column letter
Use the following formula to convert a column number to a column letter: =LEFT(ADDRESS(1, B3, 4), MATCH(B3, {1; 27; 703})) […]
How to use the ADDRESS function
The ADDRESS function returns the address of a specific cell, you need to provide a row and column number. Table […]
Easily select data using hyperlinks
The image above shows two hyperlinks, the first hyperlink lets you select a data set automatically based on a dynamic […]
Locate lookup values in an Excel table [HYPERLINK]
Today I'll show you a formula that returns a hyperlink pointing to a location based on a lookup value. When […]
How to quickly find the maximum or minimum value [Formula]
This article demonstrates formulas that will return the largest and smallest numbers, the corresponding column headers, the cell addresses, and […]

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