User Posts: Nehad Ulfat
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Find And Replace Multiple Values in Excel (6 Quick Methods)
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In Microsoft Excel, it’s a usual scenario to find and replace multiple text or numeric values. You can use the Find and Replace command, apply different ...

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Find External Links in Excel (6 Quick Methods)
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While working with Microsoft Excel, it’s a common scenario to look for external links and references in the active workbook. In this article, you’ll get to ...

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Excel Search for Text in Range (11 Quick Methods)
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In Microsoft Excel, there are numerous methods available to search for text in a range of cells or an array. You can search for a text value and return ...

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VLOOKUP to Return Multiple Columns in Excel (4 Examples)
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In Microsoft Excel, there are several formulas available to VLOOKUP and return values from multiple columns. As the VLOOKUP function is not able to extract ...

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Combine Text in Excel (8 Suitable Ways)
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In Microsoft Excel, numerous methods are available to combine text with different criteria. In this article, you’ll get to learn all of those quick and simple ...

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Concatenate Numbers in Excel (4 Quick Formulas)
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In Microsoft Excel, there are numerous ways available to concatenate or join numbers to display in a single cell. The numbers can be of different formats and ...

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How to Combine Date and Text in Excel (5 Ways)
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There are numerous ways available in Microsoft Excel to combine date and time too easily. In this article, you’ll learn those simple and quick formulas to ...

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Concatenate Date and Time in Excel (4 Formulas)
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In Microsoft Excel, there are several simple and handy ways to concatenate date and time. You can also customize the formats of the date and time before ...

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Combine Multiple Columns into One Column in Excel
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In Microsoft Excel, there are several suitable methods to combine multiple columns into one column. In this article, you’ll learn how you can apply different ...

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Opposite of Concatenate in Excel (4 Options)
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In Microsoft Excel, there is no exact function that works as the opposite of concatenate function. But still, we have a number of suitable procedures and ...

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VLOOKUP Example Between Two Sheets in Excel
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In Microsoft Excel, the VLOOKUP function is generally used to look up a value in the leftmost column of a table and then return a value in the same row from a ...

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How to Auto Populate from Another Worksheet in Excel
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While working with multiple sheets in Excel, it’s very usual to feel the necessity to auto-populate data from another worksheet. There are a number of easy and ...

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How to AutoFill Numbers in Excel (12 Ways)
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There are several short and quick methods to autofill numbers in Microsoft Excel. In this article, you’ll learn how you can easily apply those useful ...

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Excel Drop Down List Depending on Selection
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In Microsoft Excel, two types of drop-down lists are used. Creating a drop-down list is way too easy with only a few quick steps that will need a maximum of ...

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Create a Unique List in Excel Based on Criteria (9 Methods)
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In Microsoft Excel, several methods are available to create a unique list under multiple criteria. The unique list is generally prepared to remove duplicates ...

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  43. 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!

  44. 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.

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