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How to use the FIND function
The FIND function┬áreturns the position of a specific string in another string, reading left to right. Note, the FIND function […]
INDEX MATCH – Case sensitive
The picture above demonstrates a formula in cell F3 that allows you to look up a value in column B […]
Search for a sequence of cells based on wildcard search
This article demonstrates array formulas that perform a wildcard search based on a sequence of values. The formulas return the […]
Working with classic ciphers in Excel
What's on this page Reverse text Insert random characters Convert letters to numbers How to shuffle characters in the alphabet […]
Formula for matching a date within a date range
This article demonstrates how to match a specified date to date ranges. The image above shows a formula in cell […]
Exact word in string
I read an interesting blog post Is A Particular Word Contained In A Text String? on Spreadsheetpage. That inspired me […]
Search for a text string in a data set and return multiple records
This article explains different techniques that filter rows/records that contain a given text string in any of the cell values […]
Count how many times a string exists in a cell range (case insensitive)
Question: How do I count how many times a word exists in a range of cells? It does not have […]

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