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Time for some logic check.
Suppose, you have three logic values in A1:C1 (TRUE or FALSE values in each cell)
You need to find out if ONLY two of these values are TRUE.
How would you write the formula?
Got an answer? Awesome. Just post your formula in the comments. Let’s see how much variety we can get from all of our readers.Continue »
Over on Facebook, Kristin asks, Help, my blood pressure is going thru the roof. I can’t seem to solve this blood pressure problem.
Let’s simplify Kristin’s problem.
You have some data in the format shown above.
And you want to find out the BP category for each reading, using some rules. Read on to solve the problem.Continue »
In the 26th session of Chandoo.org podcast, let’s learn all about Excel !@#$%^+/*(}][<.
I am talking about Excel operators, you silly.
What is in this session?
Do you know Excel has more than 25 operators? That is right. There are a variety of operators beyond the simple + – * and /.
In this podcast, let’s understand all about these operators and how to use them. You will learn,
- Why there is a gap between last & this podcast session
- About Excel operators
- Arithmetic operators
- Text operators
- Reference operators
- Comparison operators
- Closing thoughts
Checking if a value falls between 2 other values is fairly common when you are working with data. In today’s quick tip, we are going to learn how to check for such between conditions in excel. You will be learning how to check if a value, date or text falls between 2 other values, dates or texts (when arranged in dictionary order) as shown in the picture aside.Continue »