## 'LEFT function' category

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Convert column number to column letter
Use the following formula to convert a column number to a column letter: =LEFT(ADDRESS(1, B3, 4), MATCH(B3, {1; 27; 703})) […]
DATEVALUE function not working
The DATEVALUE function returns an Excel date value (serial number) based on a date stored as text. However, it must […]
Extract first word in cell
The formula in cell C3 grabs the first word in B3 using a blank as the delimiting character. =LEFT(B3,SEARCH(" ",B3)-1) […]
LEFT function for numbers
The LEFT function allows you to extract a string from a cell with a specific number of characters, however, if […]
How to use the LEFT function
The LEFT function extracts a specific number of characters always starting from the left. Formula in cell C3: =LEFT(B3, 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 […]
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 […]
Lookup and return multiple values concatenated into one cell
This article demonstrates how to find a value in a column and concatenate corresponding values on the same row. The […]
Filter duplicate values from a range that begins with string
The array formula in cell B10 extracts duplicate values from cell range B2:D4 if they begin with the condition specified […]
Extract unique distinct values from cell range that begins with string
The array formula in cell B10 extracts unique distinct values from cell range B2:D4 that begins with a given condition […]
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 […]
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.
Sum cells containing numbers and text based on a condition
Question: I want to sum cells that have a "C" and a decimal number. The cells have other numbers and […]
How to extract email addresses from an Excel sheet
Question: How to extract email addresses from this sheet? Answer: It depends on how the emails are populated in your worksheet? […]

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