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Extract a unique distinct list across multiple columns and rows sorted based on frequency
Cell range B2:E11 contains values, the formula in cell B15 extracts unique distinct values in B2:E11, ignores blanks, and returns […]
How to use the UNIQUE function
The UNIQUE function is a very versatile Excel function, it lets you extract both unique and unique distinct values and […]
SMALL function ignore duplicates
This article demonstrates ways to sort numbers from smallest to largest ignoring duplicate numbers. Table of Contents SMALL function with […]
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 […]
Count unique distinct values based on a condition
This article demonstrates how to construct a formula that counts unique distinct values based on a condition. The image above […]
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. […]
Split expenses calculator
This article demonstrates two ways to calculate expenses evenly split across multiple people. The first one is a formula solution, […]
How to automatically add new items to a drop down list
A drop-down list in Excel prevents a user from entering an invalid value in a cell. Entering a value that […]
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 […]
Unique distinct records sorted based on count or frequency
This article demonstrates how to sort records in a data set based on their count meaning the formula counts each […]
Extract unique distinct values in a filtered list
This article demonstrates two formulas that extract distinct values from a filtered Excel Table, one formula for Excel 365 subscribers […]
VLOOKUP – Return multiple unique distinct values
This article shows how to extract unique distinct values based on a condition applied to an adjacent column using formulas. […]
Lookup and return multiple values concatenated into one cell
This article demonstrates how to find a value in a column and concatenate corresponding values on the same row. The […]
Filter unique strings from a cell range
This blog post describes how to create a list of unique words from a cell range. Unique words are all […]
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 sorted based on sum of adjacent values
Filtering unique distinct text values and sorting them based on the sum of adjacent values can easily be done by […]
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 […]
Unique distinct values sorted based on frequency
What's on this page Unique distinct values sorted based on frequency Unique distinct values sorted based on frequency - Excel […]
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 […]
Find min and max unique and duplicate numerical values
Table of Contents How to find the largest duplicate number How to find the largest duplicate number - Excel 365 […]
Filter common values between two ranges
The image above shows an array formula in cell B12 that extracts values shared by cell range B2:D4 (One) and […]
Extract duplicates from a multi-column cell range
This article describes two formulas that extract duplicates from a multi-column cell range, the first one is built for Excel […]
Extract a list of duplicates from three columns combined
This webpage demonstrates formulas that merge three non-adjacent cell ranges. What's on this webpage Extract a list of duplicates from […]
Extract a list of duplicates from a column
The array formula in cell C2 extracts duplicate values from column A. Only one duplicate of each value is displayed […]
Extract a unique distinct list from three columns
Question: How do I extract a unique distinct list from three ranges or lists? The ranges are not necessarily adjacent […]
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 […]
Filter unique distinct values based on a date range
Table of Contents Filter unique distinct values based on a date range How to enter an array formula Filter unique […]
Sort column based on frequency
This article demonstrates a formula that sorts cell values by their frequency, in other words, how many times a value […]
Sum unique numbers
Table of Contents Sum unique numbers Get Excel *.xlsx file Sum unique distinct numbers Get Excel *.xlsx file Sum number […]
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. […]
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 […]
Extract a unique distinct list and ignore blanks
This article demonstrates formulas that extract unique distinct values and ignore blank empty cells. Table of contents Extract a unique […]
Filter unique distinct records
Table of contents Filter unique distinct row records Filter unique distinct row records but not blanks Filter unique distinct row […]

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