Md. Abdullah Al Murad

About author

Md. Abdullah Al Murad is a computer engineer who loves exploring Excel and VBA programming. Programming, to him, is a time-saving tool for efficiently managing data, files, and internet tasks. He is proficient in C, C++, Python, JavaScript, HTML, SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft Office, and VBA and goes beyond the basics. He holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from American International University-Bangladesh. He has transitioned into the role of a content developer. Beyond his work, find him immersed in books, exploring new places during travels, and enjoying movies and TV series in his downtime.


Excel & VBA Content Developer at ExcelDemy in SOFTEKO.

Lives in

Dhaka, Bangladesh.


B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering, American International University-Bangladesh.


Data Analysis, Content Writing, C, C++, Python, JavaScript, HTML, SQL, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft Office.


  • Technical Consultant at Midas Software Solutions LTD
  • Teaching assistant at American International University-Bangladesh.

Latest Posts From Md. Abdullah Al Murad

How to Use HOUR Function in Excel (7 Easy Examples)

Excel’s HOUR function is classified under two Excel functions which are DATE and TIME. It is one of the most popular functions in Excel in terms of time ...

How to Sort Dates in Excel by Year (4 Easy Ways)

One of the most significant features of Excel is the capability to sort data by date. This may be needed when we need to arrange your family members’ birth ...

How to Sort Dates in Chronological Order in Excel (6 Easy Ways)

The dataset below has data in the Products, Order Date, Delivery Date, and Price columns. Method 1 – Adopting the Sort & Filter Option Steps: ...

Dynamic Named Range Based on Cell Value in Excel

When working with a continuously changing data set, we may need to make our named range dynamic so that it automatically increases to accommodate newly ...

How to Filter Data Based on Cell Value in Excel (4 Easy Methods)

Filtering data based on cell values in Excel is a process that allows you to display only the rows that meet specific criteria or conditions set by users. ...

How to Compare Two Lists and Return Differences in Excel

To compare two lists and return differences in Excel means the comparison of two lists or columns and showing the mismatched values in each of the lists. ...

How to Apply SUMIFS with Multiple Criteria in Different Columns

Sometimes we may need to get a summation based on different criteria. For this purpose, Excel provides a function called SUMIFS. This is the updated version of ...

How to Find Maximum Value in Excel with Condition (8 Examples)

In various calculations, we may need to calculate maximum values from any given dataset. Excel provides its built-in function which is the MAX function which ...

How to Compare Text Between Two Cells in Excel (10 Methods)

Method 1 - Use "Equal to" Operator to Compare Text Two Cells in Excel (Case Insensitive) For this method let’s consider a dataset of fruits. In the dataset, ...

How to Add Months to Date in Excel (5 Practical Examples)

For project planning or time management, we need to make a routine or schedule. Making time schedules, MS Excel provides different ways to add months to date. ...

How to Use Excel SUMIFS with Multiple Criteria in Same Column

Here's an overview of using the SUMIFS function to filter a table based on different criteria and options. ⏷Problem with Excel SUMIFS Function ⏷SUM ...

How to Sum Year to Date Based on Month in Excel (4 Easy Ways)

Year-to-Date in short YTD is used to start the first day of the current calendar year up to the current date. It is mostly used in analyzing a business or ...

Apply COUNTIF Function in Multiple Ranges for Same Criteria

Sometimes we may need to work with multiple ranges on the same criteria in terms of searching, counting, or sorting. In this way, Microsoft Excel helps us by ...

COUNTIF Between Two Cell Values in Excel (5 Examples)

COUNTIF between two cell values in Excel means counting the number of cells that fall within a specific range of two values using the Excel COUNTIF function. ...

How to Round Numbers to the Nearest 10000 in Excel (5 Easy Ways)

Method 1 - Using the ROUND Function to Round to Nearest 10000 Steps: Enter the formula in cell C5: =ROUND(B5,-4) Use the Fill Handle to ...

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