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How to use the EXACT function
The EXACT function allows you to check if two values are precisely the same, it returns TRUE or FALSE. The […]
INDEX MATCH – Case sensitive
The picture above demonstrates a formula in cell F3 that allows you to look up a value in column B […]
Match two columns and return another value on the same row
This article demonstrates formulas that match two conditions in a column each and return another value on the same row […]
How to extract a case sensitive unique list from a column
This article demonstrates a formula that extracts unique values from a column also considering upper and lower characters (case sensitive). […]
Case sensitive lookup and return multiple values
The array formula in cell F5 returns adjacent values from column C where values in column B matches the search […]
5 easy ways to VLOOKUP and return multiple values
This post explains how to lookup a value and return multiple values. No array formula required.
Count unique distinct values
This article describes how to count unique distinct values. What are unique distinct values?¬†They are all values but duplicates are […]
5 easy ways to extract Unique Distinct Values
First, let me explain the difference between unique values and unique distinct values, it is important you know the difference […]
Extract shared values between two columns
This article demonstrates ways to extract shared values in different cell ranges, two and three cell ranges. The Excel 365 […]

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