How to use the CONFIDENCE.NORM function

The CONFIDENCE.NORM function calculates the confidence interval for a population mean. Formula in cell C7: =CONFIDENCE.NORM(C3,C4,C5) Excel Function Syntax CONFIDENCE.NORM(alpha,standard_dev,size) […]

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How to use the CONFIDENCE.NORM function

The CONFIDENCE.NORM function calculates the confidence interval for a population mean. Formula in cell C7: =CONFIDENCE.NORM(C3,C4,C5) Excel Function Syntax CONFIDENCE.NORM(alpha,standard_dev,size) […]

How to create a combined Column and Line chart

The Column and Line combo chart is a great choice if you want to differentiate two data series and make […]

How to use the MODE.SNGL function

The MODE.SNGL function calculates the most frequent value in an array or cell range. Excel Function Syntax MODE.SNGL(number1,[number2],...) Arguments number1 […]

How to use the FLOOR.PRECISE function

The FLOOR.PRECISE function rounds a number down to the nearest integer or nearest multiple of significance. Excel Function Syntax FLOOR.PRECISE(number, […]

How to create a waterfall chart

The waterfall chart allows you to plot values as bars, however, depending on whether they are negative or positive […]

How to use the DOLLARFR function

The DOLLARFR function converts a decimal number to its equivalent in fractional numbers, used in securities denominated in dollars. Excel […]

How to create a doughnut chart

A doughnut chart is just like a pie chart showing the relationships of segments to a total except that the it […]

How to use the CUMIPMT function

The CUMIPMT function calculates the accumulated interest based on a start and end period on a loan. The image above shows […]

How to use the CUMPRINC function

The CUMPRINC function calculates the accumulated principal based on a start and end period on a loan. The image above shows […]

How to create a sunburst chart

(Click to expand image) The sunburst chart is great for showing relationships of hierarchical data and their sizes. Each ring corresponds […]

How to use the GROWTH function

The GROWTH function returns estimated exponential growth based on given data. It calculates the y-values for new x-values based on […]

How to use the ERROR.TYPE function

The ERROR.TYPE function returns a number that represents one of the error values in Excel. Formula in cell C3: =ERROR.TYPE(B3) […]

How to use the GEOMEAN function

The GEOMEAN function calculates the geometric mean. It represents the typical value of a set of numerical values based on the […]

How to use the RANGE.OFFSET property

The OFFSET property returns a Range object based on a row and column number. The image above shows a macro […]

How to use the SGN function [VBA]

The SGN function returns an integer that shows the sign of the number. Argument SGN returns Number greater than 0 (zero). […]

How to use the WORKDAY function

The WORKDAY function returns a date based on a start date and a given number of working days (nonweekend and […]

How to use the YEARFRAC function

The YEARFRAC function returns the fraction of the year based on the number of whole days between a start date […]

How to use the FIX function [VBA]

The FIX function removes the decimals from the argument. Excel Function VBA Syntax Fix(number) Arguments number Required. Is a Double or […]

How to use the INT function [VBA]

The INT function removes the decimals if the numeric value is above 0 (zero) and returns a negative integer less than […]

The pie chart is used to graph parts of a whole, the total of our numbers must be 100%. The […]

How to use the RANGE.FIND method

The Range.Find method returns a range object for the first cell that matches the lookup value. Macro used in workbook above The […]

The line chart lets you chart data points as a line, this chart type is useful if you have many […]

How to use the PRICEMAT function

The PRICEMAT function calculates the price per $100 nominal value of a bond that pays interest at maturity. Formula in […]

How to create a 100% stacked column chart

The 100% stacked column chart lets you graph values in a group. Each value in a group is a stacked […]

How to use the PDURATION function

The PDURATION function calculates how many periods required by an investment to reach a given amount based on a percentage […]

How to use the CONCATENATE function

The CONCATENATE function lets you add text strings into one single text string. The function has been replaced by the […]

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})) […]

Get date ranges from a schedule

The above picture shows you two formulas that extract names (column B) and date ranges (column C and D) based […]

How to replace part of formula in all cells

This article explains how to substitute part of a formula across all cells in a worksheet. It is easier than […]

Copy data from workbooks in folder and subfolders

I will in this article demonstrate a macro that automatically opens all workbooks in a folder and subfolders, one by […]