Downloads 15 - Excel Formulas Bible
This is one single document which contains close to 100 formulas dealing with various situations. Useful for Intermediate and Advanced users.
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By eforexcel|2017-04-28T13:13:47+05:30Saturday, May 06th, 2017|Categories: Downloads|Tags: Cube, Date, Engineering, Financial, Formulas, Functions, Information, LOOKUP, Mathematics, maths, Statistical, text, time|0 Comments
This is one single document which contains close to 100 formulas dealing with various situations. Useful for Intermediate and Advanced users.
Download it from Excel - Formulas Bible
By eforexcel|2017-03-26T08:51:47+05:30Saturday, April 08th, 2017|Categories: Tips and Tricks|Tags: Column, Column Index Number, Columns, Count, COUNTA, HLOOKUP, INDEX, LOOKUP, MATCH, VLOOKUP|0 Comments
One of the negative points which gets attributed to VLOOKUP is that whenever a column is added / inserted within the range of VLOOKUP, the column index number doesn't change. Hence, it gives wrong result. Let's consider below dataset and for a given Emp ID, I need gender of that person. Hence, for Emp ID, 754761, the formula would be =VLOOKUP(754761,$A:$G,6,0) and answer would be F. Now, let's delete a column and now the answer would be lelia.vang@gmail.com as column_index_number is still 6. Now, add a column and the answer would be Vang as column_index_number is still 6.
By eforexcel|2015-09-17T18:59:12+05:30Saturday, September 12th, 2015|Categories: Articles|Tags: Find, INSTR, INSTRREV, LOOKUP, MID, Reverse, SEARCH|0 Comments
Excel doesn't offer any function for reverse FIND / SEARCH & MID function. VBA does offer a function INSTRREV but this article is for non-VBA folks or folks who do not want to use VBA in their spreadsheet.
Hence, the only option before us is to build them through formulas. Let's build a reverse FIND / SEARCH function.
Note - There are two differences between FIND and SEARCH which you must make a note of.
By eforexcel|2016-01-05T17:35:09+05:30Saturday, May 30th, 2015|Categories: Quizzes|Tags: Assessment, CHOOSE, Exam, HLOOKUP, LOOKUP, Quiz, Test, VLOOKUP|3 Comments
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What would be the answer for
=LOOKUP(48,{0,40,70,80,90},{"F","D","C","B","A"})
What would be the answer for
=LOOKUP(1000,{0,40,70,80,90},{"F","D","C","B","A"})
What would be the answer for
=CHOOSE(3,0,8,11,3,12,56,9)
The syntax of VLOOKUP is VLOOKUP(lookup_value, table_array, col_index_num, [range_lookup]). If range_lookup is either TRUE or omitted, the first column of table_array must be sorted in ascending order.