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Hello DONNA ATKINS,

Thank you for your feedback, the answer to your question is provided in the steps below, so follow along.

Step 1.First, completesteps 1 through 5 from Method 1>> now, follow the steps shown in the live demonstration.Step 2.Next, click onClose & Loaddrop-down >> selectClose & Load tooption.Step 3.Lastly, choose theTable or PivotTableoption according to your preference >> load this data into a new worksheet.Hopefully, this solves your problem. Have a good day.

Hello KAREN W,

First of all, we would like to apologize for the trouble. As you pointed out, there were in fact some issues with the cell referencing in the Regression mathod, luckily they have been updated.

The Exceldemy team is grateful to you for sharing your thoughts and feedback. Hopefully, now you can obtain the desired result.

Hello JB,

Thank you for your feedback. Admittedly, like everything else, Excel has its downsides too and sometimes the solution to a problem can be quite surprising, but whatever works! Right?

That said, we’re delighted that you’ve shared your experience with us, hopefully, other people find this useful. Have a good day.

Hello Behzad,

Thank you for your question. We’re sorry to hear that you’re facing difficulties with the formula. In fact, the ExcelDemy team has tested the Excel file following your comment and the formula appears to be working correctly.

That said, it would be helpful if you could send us a screenshot of the issue that you’re experiencing.

Hello S,

Thank you for your question. Firstly, I would like to apologize for the misunderstanding. Admittedly, the method in question is in fact a

quick and dirtyway to manually insert page numbers if your document contains only a handful of pages.That said, the widely accepted process of inserting page numbers in Excel is described in

Method 4. Hopefully, this helps.Hello Jamil Khan,

Thank you for your question. Actually, this is how the

RANKfunction works, that is to say, it ranks the duplicate values in ascending or descending order according to the given argument. Now, to have the same ranks for identical values you can follow Method 1 or download the Excel file that the ExcelDemy team has created.Download the Excel File below.

Ranking Duplicates.xlsxHello Phong,

Thank you for your suggestion and for taking the trouble to provide a great solution to Kate’s problem. We, the ExcelDemy team really appreciate your effort and as a result, we’ve updated our article to include the solution that you’ve provided.

Hello P.KUIPERS,

Thank you for your question. The ExcelDemy team has created an Excel file with the solution to your question that you may download from the link below.

Rename_Sheets.xlsm

You can download the practice files from the link below

Rename_Sheets_Do_Yourself.xlsm

Otherwise, you can just follow the steps below.

In order to rename the sheets in a sequential way, you can use another VBA Macro. So, let’s see the step below.

Step: 1a. Firstly, navigate to the

Developertab >> click the Visual Basic button. This opens theVisual Basic Editorin a new window.b. Next, go to the

Inserttab >> selectModule.For your ease of reference, you can copy the code from here and paste it into the window.

Sub Rename_Multiple_Sheets()

Alphabets = Array(“A”, “B”, “C”, “D”, “E”, “F”, “G”, “H”, “I”, “J”, “K”, “L”, “M”, “N”, “O”, “P”, “Q”, “R”, “S”, “T”, “U”, “V”, “W”, “X”, “Y”, “Z”)

Days = Array(“Monday”, “Tuesday”, “Wednesday”, “Thursday”, “Friday”, “Saturday”, “Sunday”)

Dim Weekdays(5) As String

For i = 0 To 4

Weekdays(i) = Days(i)

Next i

Months = Array(“January”, “February”, “March”, “April”, “May”, “June”, “July”, “August”, “September”, “October”, “November”, “December”)

Old_Names = InputBox(“Enter the Names of the Worksheets to Change (Separate them be Commas).” + vbNewLine + “OR” + vbNewLine + “Enter ALL to change all the worksheets.”)

If Old_Names = “ALL” Then

Dim Old_Sheets() As String

ReDim Old_Sheets(Sheets.Count – 1)

For i = 0 To Sheets.Count – 1

Old_Sheets(i) = Sheets(i + 1).Name

Next i

Else

Old_Sheets = Split(Old_Names, “,”)

End If

Dim Used_Names() As String

ReDim Used_Names(0)

Dim Sign As Integer

Sequential_Or_Random = Int(InputBox(“Enter 1 to Change the Worksheet Names in a Sequential Way: ” + vbNewLine + “OR” + vbNewLine + “Enter 2 to Change the Worksheet Names in a Random Way: “))

If Sequential_Or_Random = 1 Then

Series = Int(InputBox(“Enter 1 to Change the Names to a Series of Numbers: ” + vbNewLine + “Enter 2 to Change the Names to a Series of ALphabets: ” + vbNewLine + “Enter 3 to Change the Names to a Series of Days: ” + vbNewLine + “Enter 4 to Change the Names to a Series of Weekdays: ” + vbNewLine + “Enter 5 to Change the Names to a Series of Months: “))

If Series = 1 Then

Prefix = InputBox(“Enter the Prefix before the Numbers: “)

First_Number = Int(InputBox(“Enter the First Number: “))

Increment = Int(InputBox(“Enter the Increment: “))

For i = 0 To UBound(Old_Sheets)

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Prefix + Str(First_Number + Increment * (i))

Next i

ElseIf Series = 2 Then

Prefix = InputBox(“Enter the Prefix before the Letters: “)

First_Letter = InputBox(“Enter the First Letter: : “)

Increment = Int(InputBox(“Enter the Increment: “))

Dim Case_Identifier As String

For i = 0 To UBound(Alphabets)

If Alphabets(i) = First_Letter Then

First_Letter_Number = i

Case_Identifier = “U”

Exit For

ElseIf LCase(Alphabets(i)) = First_Letter Then

First_Letter_Number = i

Case_Identifier = “L”

Exit For

End If

Next i

For i = 0 To UBound(Old_Sheets)

Sign = 0

For j = 0 To UBound(Used_Names)

If Alphabets((First_Letter_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 26) = Used_Names(j) Then

Sign = Sign + 1

End If

Next j

If Sign = 0 Then

If Case_Identifier = “U” Then

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Prefix + Alphabets((First_Letter_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 26)

Else

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Prefix + LCase(Alphabets((First_Letter_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 26))

End If

Else

If Case_Identifier = “U” Then

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Prefix + Alphabets((First_Letter_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 26) + ” (” + Str(Sign) + “)”

Else

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Prefix + LCase(Alphabets((First_Letter_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 26)) + ” (” + Str(Sign) + “)”

End If

End If

ReDim Preserve Used_Names(i)

Used_Names(i) = Alphabets((First_Letter_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 26)

Next i

ElseIf Series = 3 Then

First_Day = LCase(InputBox(“Enter the First Day: : “))

Increment = Int(InputBox(“Enter the Increment: “))

For i = 0 To UBound(Days)

If LCase(Days(i)) = First_Day Then

First_Day_Number = i

Exit For

End If

Next i

For i = 0 To UBound(Old_Sheets)

Sign = 0

For j = 0 To UBound(Used_Names)

If Days((First_Day_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 7) = Used_Names(j) Then

Sign = Sign + 1

End If

Next j

If Sign = 0 Then

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Days((First_Day_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 7)

Else

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Days((First_Day_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 7) + ” (” + Str(Sign) + “)”

End If

ReDim Preserve Used_Names(i)

Used_Names(i) = Days((First_Day_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 7)

Next i

ElseIf Series = 4 Then

First_Weekday = LCase(InputBox(“Enter the First Day: : “))

Increment = Int(InputBox(“Enter the Increment: “))

For i = 0 To UBound(Weekdays)

If LCase(Weekdays(i)) = First_Weekday Then

First_Weekday_Number = i

Exit For

End If

Next i

For i = 0 To UBound(Old_Sheets)

Sign = 0

For j = 0 To UBound(Used_Names)

If Weekdays((First_Weekday_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 5) = Used_Names(j) Then

Sign = Sign + 1

End If

Next j

If Sign = 0 Then

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Weekdays((First_Weekday_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 5)

Else

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Weekdays((First_Weekday_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 5) + ” (” + Str(Sign) + “)”

End If

ReDim Preserve Used_Names(i)

Used_Names(i) = Weekdays((First_Weekday_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 5)

Next i

ElseIf Series = 5 Then

First_Month = LCase(InputBox(“Enter the First Month: “))

Increment = Int(InputBox(“Enter the Increment: “))

For i = 0 To UBound(Months)

If LCase(Months(i)) = First_Month Then

First_Month_Number = i

Exit For

End If

Next i

For i = 0 To UBound(Old_Sheets)

Sign = 0

For j = 0 To UBound(Used_Names)

If Months((First_Month_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 12) = Used_Names(j) Then

Sign = Sign + 1

End If

Next j

If Sign = 0 Then

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Months((First_Month_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 12)

Else

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = Months((First_Month_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 12) + ” (” + Str(Sign) + “)”

End If

ReDim Preserve Used_Names(i)

Used_Names(i) = Months((First_Month_Number + (Increment * i)) Mod 12)

Next i

End If

ElseIf Sequential_Or_Random = 2 Then

New_Names = InputBox(“Enter the New Names (Separate them by Commas): “)

New_Sheets = Split(New_Names, “,”)

For i = 0 To UBound(Old_Sheets)

Sign = 0

For j = 0 To UBound(Used_Names)

If New_Sheets(i) = Used_Names(j) Then

Sign = Sign + 1

End If

Next j

If Sign = 0 Then

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = New_Sheets(i)

Used_Names(Count) = New_Sheets(i)

Count = Count + 1

Else

Sheets(Old_Sheets(i)).Name = New_Sheets(i) + ” (” + Str(Sign) + “)”

End If

ReDim Preserve Used_Names(i + 1)

Used_Names(i + 1) = New_Sheets(i)

Next i

End If

End Sub

Step: 2a. Secondly, close the

Visual Basic Editor>> in the topRibbon, click the Macros button >> Now, select theRename_Multiple_Sheets Macroand pressRun.b. This opens up a few input boxes. The inputs are described in the step below therefore just follow these steps.

Step: 3a. The

firstInput Box will ask you to enter the name of the sheets that you want to change. Since you want to rename your worksheets toSheet1, Sheet2,etc. you can type inALL.b. The

secondInput Box will ask you whether you change the sheet names in a sequential way or in a random way. In this case, you enter1.c. If you go for a sequential way, the

thirdInput Box will ask for a series of values from the options below. Now, enter 1 for a series of Numbers (1, 2, 3, etc.)d. Next, enter a

Prefixbefore the numbers, for instance,“Sheet”.e. Then, give the

Starting Number, in this case,1.f. Lastly, provide the

Incrementfor the numbers, for example, you can choose1.Voila! All your sheets are numbered serially as

Sheet 1, Sheet 2,etc.If you wish you can learn more about this VBA Code in this article.

Hello Julie Parker,

Thank you for your question. I have looked into this matter, and so far, I haven’t been able to find a solution to your particular query. In the meantime, I have prepared an excel template with a table of contents that you may download from the link below. That said, I will let you know when I find a solution. I hope this was helpful.

Table of Contents.xlsx

Hello RAY,

Thank you for your question. The Exceldemy team has created an Excel file with the solution to your question. Please provide your email address here, we will send it to you in no time.

Otherwise, you can just follow the steps below.

Suppose we want to use the

MID Functionas shown inMethod 1. Now, we want to determine the age of a person whoseID Numberstarts with00(which refers to theYear 2000) but that person was born after theYear 2000.Step: 1

• Firstly, let’s consider

Marywith theID Numberto be‘0005255800012.• As a note, Excel removes any leading zeros from numbers so we have inserted an apostrophe comma to store the

ID Numberas text.Step: 2

• Secondly, let’s assume

Marywas born in theYear 2003.• Now, on the

Date of Birthcolumn insert the formula given below.`=MID(C14,5,2)&"/"&MID(C14,3,2)&"/"&"0"&MID(C14,1,2)+3`

• You should see the result as

25/05/03.Step: 3

• Next, AutoFill the

Current DateandAgecolumns.• The value of

Ageshould be19years.Similarly, we have also included a second example for

Julianwith theID Number‘0108295800012but he was born in theYear 2006.Please feel free to provide any further feedback.

Hello KATE,

Thank you for your question. You can reduce a fraction to its lowest term by specifying the format style of the TEXT function to: =INT(C5) & ” ft ” &TEXT(MOD(C5,1)*12, “000/00”.) & “in”

Hello FELICIA FOO,

Thank you for your question. You can find the average of a group by right-clicking on the Row Labels (Sum of Sales) and selecting the Value Field Settings option. Next, in the Summarize value field by list, you’ll find Average.