I received a lot of questions on how to use IF function with 3 conditions, so I’ve decided to write an article on this topic. The IF examples described in this article assume that you have a basic understanding of how the IF function works. All examples from this article work in Excel for Microsoft […]
Sometimes, the data in your spreadsheet may not be formatted as you need it to be. Removing extra characters can be tedious, and doing it manually is time-consuming and prone to error. Luckily, there are easy ways to manipulate data using Excel functions and formulas. In this article, you will learn how to remove last […]
You can use the COUNTIFS function to count the number cells between two dates of an Excel file. Example file included.
To calculate a mortgage payment in Excel with a formula, you can use the PMT function. If you want to get the interest and principal amounts separately, you can use IPMT (interest component) and PPMT (principal component) functions. Before we begin, I recommend that you download the Excel spreadsheet. It includes all the formulas used […]
Counting cells that equal to a specific value can be achieved using COUNTIF function. If you need to use multiple criteria you can also use COUNTIFS.
If you want to take your Excel skills to a new level, you have to learn how to use INDEX And MATCH, combine multiple functions and write complex formulas.
If you need to calculate subtotals based on item type (or whatever common criteria), you can easily do so using the SUMIF function.
Learn how to change text case to UPPER, lower or Proper format and combine text from different cells to obtain the desired result.
Learn how to find duplicates in Excel. Perform the check in the same column or compare two different sheets, using conditional formatting or formulas.
To identify a VAT rate based on a simple tax rate table, you can use the VLOOKUP function. For this example we have also used a Data Validation List.
Learn how to troubleshoot and fix #NULL!, #REF!, #DIV/0!, #NAME?, #N/A, #NUM, #VALUE, and ##### errors in Excel (practical examples included).
If you are looking to create a breakdown of yearly sales based on a list of transactions you can use the SUMIFS function.