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How to sum overlapping time
The worksheet above shows four different time ranges in column B and C, the formula in cell C10 counts the […]
Get the latest revision
Column B contains document names, many of them are duplicates. The adjacent column C has the revision of the documents […]
How to use the MAX function
The MAX function calculates the largest number in a cell range. The formula in cell D3 extracts the highest number […]
Extract last word in cell
Table of Contents Extract the last word Extract the last letter Extract the last number Get Excel *.xlsx file 1. […]
How to calculate and plot pivots on an Excel chart
  If you study a stock chart you will discover that sometimes significant trend reversals happen when a stock chart […]
Follow stock market trends – trailing stop
This time I want to demonstrate an alternative way to identify a major trend in the stock market. The previous post […]
Find and return the highest number and corresponding date based on a condition
This article describes how to filter records based on the maximum value of a specific item. There are names in […]
Count overlapping days across multiple date ranges
This post demonstrates a formula in cell D16 that counts overlapping dates across multiple date ranges. The date ranges are […]
Count overlapping days in multiple date ranges, part 2
In the previous post I explained how to count overlapping dates comparing a single date range against multiple date ranges. […]
Find empty dates in a set of date ranges
The formula in cell B8, shown above, extracts dates not included in the specified date ranges, in other words, dates […]
Working with overlapping date ranges
This article demonstrates formulas that calculate the number of overlapping ranges for all ranges, finds the most overlapped range and […]
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 count repeating values
This article demonstrates ways to count contiguous values in a column, in other words, values that repeat and are adjacent. […]
Find the most/least consecutive repeated value [VBA]
This post Find the longest/smallest consecutive sequence of a value has a few really big array formulas. Today I would like to […]
Extract the most repeated adjacent values in a column
The array formula in cell D3 returns the the length of longest consecutive sequence of a value in column A.  Cell […]
Lookup value based on two critera – second criteria is the adjacent value and its position in a given list
This article demonstrates a formula that extracts items based on two conditions. The first condition (Location) is used to find […]
Find earliest and latest overlapping dates in a set of date ranges based on a condition
This article explains how to create a formula that returns the earliest (smallest) and the latest (largest) date of overlapping […]
Hover with mouse cursor to change stock in a candlestick chart
This article demonstrates how to change chart series while hovering with mouse cursor over a series name. The image above […]
Find smallest and largest unique number
This article explains how to calculate the largest and smallest number based on a condition which is if the number […]
Change chart axis range programmatically
This article demonstrates a macro that changes y-axis range programmatically, this can be useful if you are working with stock […]
Basic invoice template
Rattan asks: In my workbook I have three worksheets; "Customer", "Vendor" and "Payment". In the Customer sheet I have a […]
Fuzzy vlookup [Array formula]
This formula returns multiple values even if they are arranged differently or have minor misspellings compared to the lookup value.
Extract dates from overlapping date ranges
The array formula in cell B3 extracts overlapping dates based on the date ranges in columns D and E. What's […]
Convert date ranges into dates
The array formula in cell B3 creates a list of dates based on the date ranges displayed in D3:E7, it […]
Find latest date based on a condition
This article demonstrates how to return the latest date based on a condition using formulas or a Pivot Table. The […]
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 […]
Create unique distinct list sorted based on text length
The formula in cell D3 extracts unique distinct values from B3:B20 sorted based on the number of characters, it works […]
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 […]
How to highlight MAX and MIN value based on month
The image above shows rows highlighted based on value in column C being the largest or smallest in that particular […]
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 […]
Sort a range based on value frequency
The formula in cell B8 extracts a list sorted based on frequency. Array formula in B8: =TEXTJOIN("", TRUE, IF(MIN(IF((MAX(IF(COUNTIF($B$7:B7, $B$2:$E$5)=0, […]
How to quickly find the maximum or minimum value [Formula]
This article demonstrates formulas that will return the largest and smallest numbers, the corresponding column headers, the cell addresses, and […]
Find latest date in a list
The image above shows a formula in cell D3 that extracts the latest date in cell range B3:B15. =MAX(B3:B15) The MAX […]

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