Formulas

Excel SUM Between Dates

How can you sum values between two dates in Excel? What if you wanted the sum for a specific month? And what if you decided to add in multiple criteria to your existing sum? For example get the sum by month AND division AND

Copy Excel Formulas Without Changing Cell References

Would you like to copy your Excel formulas from one place to another without the cell references changing? Excel default behavior is to adjust the cell references when you copy a cell and paste to another one. You can choose to fix the cell

Excel IF Formula: Simple to Advanced

The IF function is one of Excel's most common Functions The IF formula performs a test and returns a value depending on the outcome of the test. The test it performs can be simple or complex depending on the problem at hand. It's one

Lookup values across multiple worksheets in Excel

Lookup values across multiple worksheets: VLOOKUP & INDEX MATCH in Excel In Excel, it’s relatively easy to lookup values in one specific tab. But how do you lookup values in multiple tabs using only one formula? In this tutorial, I'll show you

Complex Lookup: Find Header

Find Header based on Lookup Criteria in Matrix (Unique matrix values) - scroll down for non-unique method  In this tutorial I show you the answer to one of the questions that was asked some time ago on the Mr. Excel message board (the sample

Lookup multiple criteria in rows or columns

The Complete Guide to INDEX & MATCH CHAPTER 2: Lookup multiple criteria in rows or columns Some reports involve the need to find a value from a source table using multiple criteria in rows and columns. In this example, we have a

Excel Reverse Matrix Lookup

Are you familiar with INDEX MATCH? If you're familiar with Index and Match you know how to solve a matrix lookup problem. You want to find a value inside the matrix by looking up the row and column headers. What happens though when it's

VLOOKUP and HLOOKUP Basics

VLOOKUP & HLOOKUP for Dynamic Lookups These two functions are easy to write, understand, and they’re a major time-saver for simpler lookups. The VLOOKUP function can search for a specific category or value in a table and return the “opposing” value from adjacent columns.