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Get date ranges from a schedule
The above picture shows you two formulas that extract names (column B) and date ranges (column C and D) based […]
How to sum overlapping time
The worksheet above shows four different time ranges in column B and C, the formula in cell C10 counts the […]
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 […]
This article demonstrates how to extract multiple numbers based on a condition and return a sorted list from small to […]
SUMPRODUCT – multiple criteria
This article demonstrates ways to sum values based on criteria. Table of Contents SUMPRODUCT - based on a list of […]
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 […]
Distribute values across numerical ranges
This article demonstrates how to distribute values into specific ranges with possible overlapping ranges. I have written articles about filter […]
How to extract a case sensitive unique list from a column
This article demonstrates a formula that extracts unique values from a column also considering upper and lower characters (case sensitive). […]
Concatenate cell values based on a condition [No VBA]
Add cell values to a single cell with a condition, no VBA in this article.
Split search value using a delimiter and search for each substring
This article demonstrates formulas and a UDF that searches for values in a table based on concatenated values and returns […]
Count identical values if they are on the same row
This article describes a formula that counts values in two columns if they are duplicates on the same row. What's […]
A beginners guide to Excel array formulas
Array formulas allows you to do advanced calculations not possible with regular formulas.
Count overlapping days across multiple date ranges
This post demonstrates a formula in cell D16 that counts overlapping dates across multiple date ranges. The date ranges are […]
How to use the TRANSPOSE function
The TRANSPOSE function allows you to convert a vertical range to a horizontal range, or vice versa. A vertical range […]
Sum numerical ranges between two numbers
This article explains how to build an array formula that sums numerical ranges. Example, I want to know how to […]
Sort based on frequency row-wise
In this article, I will demonstrate two techniques for counting per row. The first example is simple and straightforward. The […]
Count overlapping days in multiple date ranges, part 2
In the previous post I explained how to count overlapping dates comparing a single date range against multiple date ranges. […]
Count overlapping days in multiple date ranges
The MEDIAN function lets you count overlapping dates between two date ranges. If you have more than two date ranges […]
Dynamic scoreboard
This article demonstrates a scoreboard, displayed to the left, that sorts contestants based on total scores and refreshes instantly each […]
Working with overlapping date ranges
This article demonstrates formulas that calculate the number of overlapping ranges for all ranges, finds the most overlapped range and […]
How to calculate overlapping time ranges
I found an old post that I think is interesting to write about today. Think of two overlapping ranges, it […]
Permutations with and without repetition
I discussed the difference between permutations and combinations in my last post, today I want to talk about two kinds […]
Find numbers closest to sum
Excelxor is such a great website for inspiration, I am really impressed by this post Which numbers add up to […]
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 […]
Identify rows of overlapping records
This article demonstrates a formula that points out row numbers of records that overlap the current record based on a […]
Find earliest and latest overlapping dates in a set of date ranges based on a condition
This article explains how to create a formula that returns the earliest (smallest) and the latest (largest) date of overlapping […]
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" […]
Fuzzy vlookup [Array formula]
This formula returns multiple values even if they are arranged differently or have minor misspellings compared to the lookup value.
Text to columns: Split words in a cell
This blog article describes how to split strings in a cell with space as a delimiting character, like Text to […]
Concatenate cell values
Joining multiple cell values in Excel is not easy, for example, the CONCATENATE function allows you to only reference a […]
Extract unique distinct values based on the 4 last characters
Sean asks: The good thing about this formula is that it is short and easy to remember. The main drawback […]
Schedule recurring expenses in a calendar in excel (Personal Finance)
Below is an excel table containing recurring expenses and corresponding amounts, dates and recurring intervals. An excel table allows you to […]
Search values distributed horizontally and return corresponding value
Table of Contents Search values distributed horizontally and return the corresponding value Filter values distributed horizontally - Excel 365 1. […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
5 easy ways to extract Unique Distinct Values
First, let me explain the difference between unique values and unique distinct values, it is important you know the difference […]
Calculate machine utilization
Question: I need to calculate how many hours a machine is utilized in a company with a night and day […]
Extract shared values between two columns
This article demonstrates ways to extract shared values in different cell ranges, two and three cell ranges. The Excel 365 […]

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