Kawser October 16, 2018

In this blog post, I will discuss how to calculate the effective interest rate on bonds using Excel. What is the effective interest rate? If you know ...

READ MORE +Except learning the nominal interest formula Excel, we shall also cover several topics in this article.What will you learn from this article?What ...

READ MORE +Mortgage Payment Calculator with Extra Principal Payment"No Macro used. No installation is necessary. Just download and start using." - ...

READ MORE +Mortgage Payment Calculator with Extra Payment"No Macro used. No installation is necessary. Just download and start using." - Kawser Ahmed ...

READ MORE +In this short article, I will show how to calculate periodic interest rate in Excel. I will show 4 methods of calculating the periodic interest rate. ...

READ MORE +In this article, I will create a report that displays the quarterly sales by territory. You can call it also a dynamic and interactive Excel dashboard that ...

READ MORE +In this article, I will discuss how to calculate IRR (internal rate of return) in Excel. I will focus on several topics like:Calculating IRR using ...

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In this article, I will show you how to add secondary axis in Excel charts. Take a look at the following image. Above a regular chart, and below you’re seeing ...

READ MORE +In this article, I will show you how to calculate monthly payment in Excel with some examples and criteria.Here are the criteria:You have got ...

READ MORE +Sometimes it is convenient to use Landscape page orientation rather than the default Portrait orientation, especially when you have data with a lot of columns. ...

READ MORE + Kawser June 3, 2018

In this article, I will show you how to use Excel to lookup for partial text match. For this, we can use VLOOKUP or INDEX MATCH functions combo.In the ...

READ MORE +In this article, I will show you several techniques of using Excel formula to compare two columns and return a value. Your necessity might be different, so I ...

READ MORE + Kawser May 31, 2018

In this article, I will show you a good number of techniques on how to remove leading zeros in Excel. We don’t create all our worksheets ourselves. Sometimes ...

READ MORE +If you have two big columns and you want to compare them, you can use Excel’s VLOOKUP function. In this article, I will show how you can use VLOOKUP formula to ...

READ MORE +In this article, I will show you how to auto-populate date in Excel when a cell is updated. I will show the whole process using Excel VBA. I will also show how ...

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Use the following formula instead of the formula you’re using.

=DATEDIF($B$1,$B$2,”Y”)& ” years, “&DATEDIF($B$1,$B$2,”YM”)& ” months, “&ROUNDDOWN(DATEDIF($B$1,$B$2,”MD”)/7,0)&” Weeks, and “&DATEDIF($B$1,$B$2,”MD”)-ROUNDDOWN(DATEDIF($B$1,$B$2,”MD”)/7,0)*7&” Days.”

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You have to use VBA or you can use Power Query.

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Hi Daniel,

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Yes. INDEX and MATCH combo work in a more versatile way than the VLOOKUP function. I did not use Index Match because I wanted to show all the examples with VLOOKUP and IF Functions.

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Thanks for the feedback on our blog.

Actually, this is not a big deal. The concepts are same with both Excel 2013 and Excel 2016. Most of the variations/updates occur with the Excel features, not in VBA. Just start with what most suit you.

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Thanks for asking. It was creating more indexed pages in Google that was bad for us. What you can do is: just you can copy the whole article and paste into a word document and then convert it into a PDF file. There is little chance of getting back of that button.

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Then you can download it from the Excel Resources Page that you get in every email I send.

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I have updated this part. For your clarification: the condition 1 must be fulfilled to be eligible to take the thesis work/project. Of the last conditions, students must fulfill one condition. I hope this makes things clear to you.

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Did you download the Excel file before you follow me? Please do so. I’ve explained the whole process with two real time examples. If you can create these two examples in the Excel file, I hope you will be able to understand the whole system.

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Check out trying. I never tried. If you face any problem, let us know 🙂

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Sometimes when the formula is posted in WordPress platform, it might be changed. Please, download the working file and check the formula there.

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Roger, thanks a lot. I did not notify the issue. It’s a crucial problem. I am working on it.

Yes, when a number or date is placed in a cell in Text format, you cannot calculate with them.

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Spoo,

I would recommend starting with Excel 2016 (or 2013) if you’re just starting. It’s better to be updated with time.

Yes, some are still using Excel 2003 but that is not a good idea. They are missing a lot of new features Microsoft has added to this superb tool later.

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If cell A1 holds your string “BCD” and you want to show “AAAAAAABCD” in cell B1, input this formula in cell B1: =REPT(“A”, 10-LEN(A1))&A1.

To solve this problem, you don’t have to use any looping. Or, do you have some other requirement for this problem? Let me know.

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Millions of thanks for correcting me. It was a grand mistake. Sorry for that. You can buy the course now for just $10 using the above link.

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You will get empty cells if no data is available for the filtering. What criteria did you use to filter data in intervals?

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Can you upload the working files of your problems? At least a sample file? If possible send an email to this address kawser@exceldemy.com

You can do that Ahmed. Thank you.

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Yes, the formulas are identical as every criterion in the Criteria range is unique. I am going to add the note there 🙂

Mike, you did a phenomenal job! Thinking in that way, awesome and the alternative!; Hats Off!

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Please check the mailbox. I have sent you an email with the direct download link of the resources.

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Thanks for notifying me. I manually checked the whole process and found some problems. It is fixed now. Please check your inbox. I have sent you the link of the resource page.

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Would you please mail me the database and other resources using the mail in the contact me page?

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In the Download Section, you will get the Workbook: production-model-scenarios.xlsx.

Rajesh,

If you’ve given names to the changing cells and result cells, the table uses these names; otherwise, it lists the cell references. Just use some names for the cell references B13, C13, D13 and B15 in the Sheet1 Worksheet in the provided Workbook. Then create the Summary Report again. You will get the result cells using some names.

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