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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 INT function
The INT function removes the decimal part from positive numbers and returns the whole number (integer) except negative values are […]
Days between two dates
The DATEDIF function in cell E3 allows you to calculate days between two dates.
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 […]
Heat map yearly calendar
The calendar shown in the image above highlights events based on frequency. It is made only with a few conditional […]
Use a calendar to filter an Excel defined Table
This article demonstrates how to filter an Excel defined Table based on the selected cell in a calendar. The calendar […]
Excel calendar [VBA]
This workbook contains two worksheets, one worksheet shows a calendar and the other worksheet is used to store events. The […]
True round-robin tournament
Mark G asks in Create a random playlist in excel: Can this example be modified to create a true round-robin […]
Calculate machine utilization
Question: I need to calculate how many hours a machine is utilized in a company with a night and day […]

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