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Get date ranges from a schedule
This article demonstrates ways to extract names and corresponding populated date ranges from a schedule using Excel 365 and earlier […]
Two-dimensional lookup using two tables
The following formula performs a two-way lookup in two different tables. Formula in cell D20: =IFERROR(INDEX(C4:G8, MATCH(C19, B4:B8, 0), MATCH(C18, […]
Use VLOOKUP to calculate discounts, commissions, tariffs, charges, shipping costs, packaging expenses or bonuses
Have you ever tried to build a formula to calculate discounts based on price? The VLOOKUP function is much easier […]
Reverse two-way lookups
This article demonstrates a few different formulas that extract values from the table column header names and the right-most column. […]
Shift Schedule
Geoff asks: Hi Oscar, I have a cross reference table we use for shift scheduling. The x-axis is comprised of […]
How to perform a two-dimensional lookup
Question: How would I go about looking up data in a cross-reference table. I have the header row (i.e. 24) […]

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