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## Lookup and Return Multiple Values Concatenated into One Cell in Excel

In Microsoft Excel, there are a number of suitable techniques to lookup a criterion and then return multiple values concatenated into one cell based on that ...

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## VLOOKUP to Return Multiple Values Horizontally in Excel

In Microsoft Excel, there are a few options to VLOOKUP and return multiple values horizontally. Although the VLOOKUP function itself is not able to return ...

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## Generate Random Number from List in Excel (4 Ways)

Although there is no suitable or single function to extract a random number from a list in Excel, there are numerous ways to manually construct the formulas ...

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## How to Sort by Color in Excel (4 Criteria)

In Microsoft Excel, there are numerous ways available to sort table data under different criteria. If the data table contains colors in cells, fonts, or ...

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## How to Autofill Numbers in Excel without Dragging (5 Quick Methods)

Microsoft Excel provides numerous ways to autofill numbers with or without dragging. Filling down the column is the most common method to complete a series. ...

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## How to Use SEQUENCE Function in Excel (16 Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, the SEQUENCE function is used to generate a sequence of numeric values in different formats. In this article, you'll learn how you can use ...

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## Find Matches or Duplicate Values in Excel (8 Ways)

In Microsoft Excel, there are several suitable methods to find matches or duplicate values with formulas or VBA. You can extract data based on the duplicates ...

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## How to Use VLOOKUP If Cell Contains a Word within Text in Excel

In Microsoft Excel, sometimes we have to look for different types of data related to a specific word or information within the text in a cell from the dataset ...

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## How to Filter Cells with Formulas in Excel (2 Ways)

In Microsoft Excel, there are not too many ways to filter cells that contain formulas. From the 2013 version of Excel, it has initiated a logical function: ...

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## How to Use MsgBox Function in Excel VBA (A Complete Guideline)

In Excel VBA, the MsgBox function is generally used to create and display a message box containing an iconic statement as well as a few command buttons. In ...

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## How to Use ISLOGICAL Function in Excel (4 Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, the ISLOGICAL function is generally used to check whether a given argument contains a boolean value (TRUE or FALSE) or not. In this ...

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## How to Use ISNUMBER Function in Excel (7 Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, the ISNUMBER function is generally used to check whether a given argument contains a numerical value or not. In this article, you’ll get to ...

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## How to Use UPPER Function in Excel (4 Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, the UPPER function is generally used to convert all the letters in a string of text to block ones. In this article, you’ll get to learn how ...

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## How to Use TEXT Function in Excel (10 Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, the TEXT function is generally used to convert a numeric value to a specified format for various purposes. In this article, you’ll get to ...

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## How to Use REPT Function in Excel (8 Suitable Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, the REPT function is generally used to repeat a text or a character a defined number of times in a cell. In this article, you’ll get to ...

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18. 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.