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How to use the SORT function
The SORT function lets you sort values from a cell range or array. It returns an array with a size […]
SMALL function – INDEX MATCH
This article demonstrates how to extract multiple numbers based on a condition and return a sorted list from small to […]
How to ignore zeros using the SMALL function
This article shows how to create a formula that sorts numbers from small to large excluding zeros. I will also […]
Extract a list of alphabetically sorted duplicates based on a condition
The following image shows you a data set in columns B and C. The formula in cell E2 extracts a […]
Unique distinct list sorted alphabetically based on a condition
This article demonstrates how to extract unique distinct values based on a condition and also sorted from A to z. […]
Use VLOOKUP and return multiple values sorted from A to Z
This article demonstrates how to extract multiple values based on a search value and display them sorted from A to […]
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. […]
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 […]
Sort values in a cell based on a delimiting character
This article demonstrates a macro and a formula that allows you to sort delimited data in a cell or cell […]
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 […]
Filter unique values sorted from A to Z
A unique value is a value that only exists once in a list. A unique distinct list contains all cell values […]
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 […]
Extract a unique distinct list sorted from A to Z
The array formula in cell D3 extracts unique distinct values sorted A to Z, from column B to column D. […]
Sort a column alphabetically
Table of Contents Sort a column - Excel 365 Sort a column using array formula Two columns sorting by the […]

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