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How to use the asterisk character
The asterisk character allows you to multiply numbers and boolean values in an Excel formula. It can also be used […]
Count complete hours between two times
The formula in cell D5 calculates the number of complete hours between the time entries in cell B5 and C5. […]
Calculate the number of weeks between given dates
This article demonstrates Excel formulas that calculate complete weeks between two given dates and weeks and days between two given […]
How to use the ABS function
What is the ABS function? The ABS function converts negative numbers to positive numbers, in other words, the ABS function […]
Split expenses calculator
This article demonstrates two ways to calculate expenses evenly split across multiple people. The first one is a formula solution, […]
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 […]
Find numbers in close proximity to a given number
This article demonstrates how to apply Conditional Formatting formula to a cell range, it finds cells that are in close […]
Count cells between specified values
This article demonstrates formulas that calculate the number of cells between two values, the first scenario involves two search values […]
Highlight closest number
This post demonstrates how to highlight records with the closest value to a criterion, you can also choose to highlight […]
Sort numeric values based on proximity to a given number
The image above demonstrates an array formula in cell C25 that extracts numbers based on how far off they are […]
Count cells between two values
The formula in cell E16 counts the number of cells between value B and H, Value B is in cell B3 […]
Find positive and negative amounts that net to zero
I found this excel question: I am a Controller in a multinational company. We have many transactions (sales, credits, debits, […]
Lookup the nearest date
The image above demonstrates an array formula in cell E4 that searches for the closest date in column A to the […]
Find closest value
This article demonstrates formulas that extract the nearest number in a cell range to a condition. The image above shows […]

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