User Posts: Nehad Ulfat
How to Split Cells in Excel (5 Easy Tricks)

In Microsoft Excel, there are several techniques available to split cells into multiple parts. We can use formulas, tools, or even Power Query to divide a cell ...

How to Calculate Average in Excel (Including All Criteria)

In Microsoft Excel, there are several ways to calculate an average of a range of data. In this article, we’ve tried to include all possible criteria related to ...

How to Remove Spaces in Excel: With Formula, VBA & Power Query

In Microsoft Excel, there are several effective methods available to remove all sorts of unwanted spaces. You’ll get to know all possible and convenient ...

CAGR Formula in Excel: With Calculator and 7 Examples

In Microsoft Excel, there’s no exact built-in CAGR formula but we have numerous functions associated with the compound interest criteria. In this article, ...

How to Name a Range in Excel (5 Easy Tricks)

In Microsoft Excel, there are several methods to name a range and make it also dynamic simultaneously. The named ranges are easy to prepare. They are fun to ...

Compound Interest Formula in Excel: Calculator with All Criteria

In Microsoft Excel, there are built-in functions to calculate future investment values and compound interest. We can also make our own formula by using other ...

Combine SUMIF and VLOOKUP in Excel (3 Quick Approaches)

In Microsoft Excel, we have to combine SUMIF and VLOOKUP functions to look for a value, and based on that criterion, a sum is calculated from a range of ...

How to Remove Duplicate Rows Based on One Column in Excel

In Microsoft Excel, it’s so usual to find the necessity to remove duplicate rows based on one column. We can insert formulas, apply featured tools or use VBA ...

Excel Formula to Find Duplicates in One Column

In Microsoft Excel, there are numerous methods available to find duplicates in a single column. We can insert a function or use a combined formula to identify ...

Highlight Duplicates across Multiple Worksheets in Excel (3 Formulas)

In Microsoft Excel, when you have to look for duplicates or matching values across multiple worksheets, you’ll find lots of suitable formulas to meet the ...

Fix: Excel Autofill Not Working (7 Issues)

In Microsoft Excel, there might be several reasons for the Autofill or Fill Handle option not working properly. In this article, you’ll find these problems ...

Transfer Data from One Excel Worksheet to Another Automatically

While working with multiple sheets in Excel, it’s very usual to feel the necessity to transfer data from one worksheet to another. There are a number of easy ...

Excel Hyperlink to Another Sheet Based on Cell Value

In Microsoft Excel, there are several useful and quick methods to add or create a hyperlink to another sheet based on cell value. We can use formulas, ...

How to Match Data in Excel from 2 Worksheets

There are several simple and easy methods available in Microsoft Excel to match data from 2 worksheets. We can use functions, formulas, or apply commands from ...

How to Find Broken Links in Excel (4 Quick Methods)

While working with Microsoft Excel, it’s a common scenario to find some broken links in the data. There are a few simple reasons behind this problem and we can ...

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  36. I think your query should meet the requirements in methods 2.2 to 2.4. You can use any of them while dealing with similar numeric values. If it yet does not fulfill your criteria, then let me know. I’ll catch you up as soon as possible!

  37. Hi Roberto,
    If you write “=IF(A2“”,NOW(),””)” in Cell B2, then the timestamp in Cell B2 will update for each input name in the following cells(A3,A4,…….). To fix timestamp for each entry, you have to type “=IF(A2””,IF(B2=””,NOW(),B2),””)” in Cell B2.