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Formula Forensics 042: Reverse Text – A Formulaic Solution

Published on Jan 4, 2017 in Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui
Formula Forensics 042: Reverse Text – A Formulaic Solution

Use the new Textjoin() function to reverse a string of characters suing a formulaic solution.

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An odd lookup problem [Formulas]

Published on Dec 6, 2016 in Excel Challenges, Learn Excel
An odd lookup problem [Formulas]

Let’s say you have some employee data in employee name, manager name format. But the data is all in one column, with odd rows containing employee names & even rows containing manager names. Something like above.

And you want to find out who is the boss for a given employee. Say, “Andrea Nichols”.

Your regular MATCH() formula for Andrea over the data range returns wrong answer as it will find first occurrence of Andrea (which in this case happens to be on even row, hence a manager record).

So how would you write the lookup formula?

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Formula Forensics No. 041 – Convert a Roman Numeral to a Number

Published on Sep 14, 2016 in Excel Howtos, Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui
Formula Forensics No. 041 – Convert a Roman Numeral to a Number

Learn how to convert a Roman Numeral to a Number using this nifty formula. No VBA required.

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Formula Forensics No. 039 – Find the Cell Address for a value (2D & 3D Reverse Lookup)

Published on Oct 15, 2015 in Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui
Formula Forensics No. 039 – Find the Cell Address for a value (2D & 3D Reverse Lookup)

Find the Cell Address for a value from a 2D or 3D Range
(2D & 3D Reverse Lookup)

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3D Max Formula for Excel

Published on Sep 9, 2014 in Excel Howtos, Learn Excel
3D Max Formula for Excel

We all know about the MAX formula. But do you know about 3D Max?

Sounds intriguing? Read on.

Lets say you are the sales analyst at ACME Inc. Your job involves drinking copious amounts of coffee, creating awesome reports & helping ACME Inc. beat competition.

For one of the reports, you need to find out the maximum transactions by any customer across months.

But there is a twist in the story.

Your data is not in one sheet. It is in multiple sheets, one per month.

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Formula Forensics No. 037 – How to Count and Sum Filtered Tables

Published on Jul 23, 2014 in Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui
Formula Forensics No. 037 – How to Count and Sum Filtered Tables

How to Count and Sum data from Filtered Tables

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Free 2014 Calendar, daily planner templates [download]

Published on Jan 2, 2014 in Learn Excel
Free 2014 Calendar, daily planner templates [download]

Here is a New year gift to all our readers – free 2014 Excel Calendar & daily planner Template.

This calender has,

  • One page full calendar with notes, in 4 different color schemes
  • Daily event planner & tracker
  • 1 Mini calendar
  • Monthly calendar (prints to 12 pages)
  • Works for any year, just change year in Full tab.
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Formula Forensics No. 34. Extract words from a cell, where they occur in a list of words.

Published on Sep 12, 2013 in Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui
Formula Forensics No. 34. Extract words from a cell, where they occur in a list of words.

Use Excel to extract matching words from a list of words from a cell containing a sentence into individual cells in the order they exist

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Formula Challenge 001 – Return everything from a string after the first block of numbers (Part 3.)

Published on Jul 19, 2013 in Formula Challenges, Posts by Jeff
Formula Challenge 001 – Return everything from a string after the first block of numbers (Part 3.)

Welcome back to yet another gripping episode of “When good formulas go GREAT”. We’re working up the singles charts to the number one hit “Formula Challenge 001 – Return everything in string after first block of numbers” By way of a quick refresher, this formula challenge calls for a formula to return a substring from […]

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Formula Challenge 001 – Return everything from a string after the first block of numbers (Part 2.)

Published on Jul 17, 2013 in Formula Challenges, Posts by Jeff

Today we look at the third place winner from our inaugural Formula Challenge, a neat solution provided by Sajan.

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Formula Challenge 001 – Return everything from a string after the first block of numbers (Part 1.)

Published on Jul 16, 2013 in Formula Challenges, Posts by Jeff
Formula Challenge 001 – Return everything from a string after the first block of numbers (Part 1.)

This new series introduces a new author to Chandoo.org, Jeff.
Jeff will pose a number of Excel based Formula Challenges and then explain how some of the solutions work in a manner similar to the Formula Forensics series.

In this first post of the series we look at how to extract a string from the right of a block of Numbers in a larger string.

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2013 Calendar – Excel Template [Downloads]

Published on Dec 26, 2012 in Learn Excel
2013 Calendar – Excel Template [Downloads]

Here is a New year gift to all our readers – free 2013 Excel Calendar Template.

This calender has,

  • One page full calendar with notes, in 4 different color schemes
  • Daily event planner & tracker
  • 1 Mini calendar
  • Monthly calendar (prints to 12 pages)
  • Works for any year, just change year in Full tab.
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Formula Forensics No. 032 – Creating Dynamic Charts with Non-Contiguous Data

Published on Dec 4, 2012 in Formula Forensics, Posts by Sajan
Formula Forensics No. 032 – Creating Dynamic Charts with Non-Contiguous Data

There are many web pages devoted to Excel Charts and there are many web pages devoted to Creating Dynamic Ranges, but a lot of these suffer when the data is poorly organised or non-contiguous.

Today we look at a Technique for Creating Dynamic Charts with Non-Contiguous Data.

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Formula Forensics No. 030 – Extracting a Sorted, Unique List, Grouped by Frequency of Occurrence

Published on Oct 4, 2012 in Formula Forensics, Posts by Sajan
Formula Forensics No. 030 – Extracting a Sorted, Unique List, Grouped by Frequency of Occurrence

Today at Formula Forensics, Guest author Sajan shows us how to extract a sorted, unique list of items, displaying the most frequently occurring items first, while restricting the output based on some additional criteria.

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Formula Forensics 024. Is this number a Prime Number ?

Published on Jul 12, 2012 in Formula Forensics, Huis, Posts by Hui
Formula Forensics 024. Is this number a Prime Number ?

Is my number a Prime Number?
What is a Prime Number?

Today in Formula Forensics we answer both questions.

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