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How to use the RANDBETWEEN function
Returns a random whole number between the numbers you specify. This function is volatile meaning a new random number is […]
Rotating unique groups with no repeat
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How to build a Team Generator – different number of people per team
JD asks in this post: Dynamic team generator Hi, what if we have different number of people per team? So in […]
Working with classic ciphers in Excel
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How to generate random numbers and text
What's on this page Random numbers with a decimal Random negative numbers with two decimals Random negative numbers with three […]
Assign records unique random text strings
This article demonstrates a formula that distributes given text strings randomly across records in any given day meaning they may […]
How to create random numbers, text strings, dates and time values
The RAND() function In Excel returns a number greater than or equal to 0 (zero) and less than 1. Combining […]
Sort a list in random order in excel
Overview The array formula in cell range C2:C6 creates a random list from the values in cell range A2:A6. Array […]
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 […]
Dynamic team generator
Mark G asks: 1 - I see you could change the formula to have the experssion COUNTIF($C$1:C1, $E$2:$E$5)<5 changed so […]
Create a random playlist
This article describes how to create a random playlist based on a given number of teams using an array formula. […]
Team Generator
This blog article describes how to create teams randomly. There are twenty names in column B and four teams in […]
How to create a list of random unique numbers
Question: How do I create a random list of unique numbers from say 1 to 10, without using VBA and […]

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