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How to use the COUNTA function
The COUNTA function counts the non-empty or non-blank cells in a cell reference. Table of Contents COUNTA function Syntax COUNTA […]
How to use the COUNTIF function to count not blank cells
The COUNTIF function is very capable of counting non-empty values, I will show you how in this article. Excel can […]
List permutations with repetition and how many to choose from
This article demonstrates a macro that lets you create a list of permutations, repetitions are allowed, based on a number […]
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 […]
Wildcard lookups and include or exclude criteria
This article demonstrates three different ways to filter a data set if a value contains a specific string and if […]
Lookup with any number of criteria
This article demonstrates a formula that allows you to search a data set using any number of conditions, however, one […]
Filter values that exists in all three columns
This article explains how to extract values that exist in three different columns, they must occur in each of the […]
Use drop down lists and named ranges to filter chart values
This article demonstrates how to use drop down lists combined with an Excel defined Table and a chart. This allows […]
Apply drop-down lists dynamically
This article demonstrates how to automatically create drop-down lists if adjacent data grows, there are two methods explained here. The […]
Create a dynamic named range
A dynamic named range grows automatically when new values are added and also shrinks if values are deleted. This saves […]
How to create a dynamic pivot table and refresh automatically
This article shows you how to refresh a pivot table automatically using a small VBA macro. If you add or delete […]
Tracking a stock portfolio in excel (auto update)
Question: I found a question here about tracking a stock portfolio. He would like to automatically create an overview table […]
Create a drop down list containing alphabetically sorted values
This article describes how to create a drop-down list populated with sorted values from A to Z. The sorted list […]
Create a random playlist
This article describes how to create a random playlist based on a given number of teams using an array formula. […]
Create dependent drop down lists containing unique distinct values
This article explains how to build dependent drop down lists. Here is a list of order numbers and products. We […]
Automate net asset value (NAV) calculation on your stock portfolio
Introduction In this post I am creating a spreadsheet that will calculate stock portfolio performance. To do this I am […]
Create number series
Excel has a great built-in tool for creating number series named Autofill. The tool is great, however, in some situations, […]
Extract records where all criteria match if not empty
Question: I second G's question: can this be done for more than 3? i.e. (Instead of last name, middle, first) […]
How to create a dynamic chart
Question: How do I create a chart that dynamically adds the values, as i type them on the worksheet? Answer: […]
Create a numbered list ignoring blank cells
The formula in column B returns a running count based on values in column C. Formula in cell B3: =IF(C3<>"",COUNTA($C$3:C3),"") […]

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