Nehad Ulfat

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Hello, Welcome to my profile. I'm a Technical Content Creator as well as a Naval Architect & Marine Engineer. I have preferences to do analytical reasoning & writing articles on various statistical data. Here, you'll find my published articles on Microsoft Excel & other topics related to my interests!

Latest Posts From Nehad Ulfat

Fix Excel Date Not Formatting Correctly (8 Quick Solutions)

In data entry, it’s a common phenomenon that the dates get manipulated with text or other formats. In this article, you’ll learn how you can change, customize ...

Advanced Filter with Multiple Criteria in Excel (15 Suitable Examples)

In Microsoft Excel, using Advanced Filter with multiple criteria allows us to add different logics and functions to execute a wide range of extractions of ...

How to Filter Multiple Rows in Excel (11 Suitable Approaches)

In our practical scenario with Microsoft Excel, we have to filter columns as well as rows from a large range of data for analysis. In this article, you’ll get ...

How to Sort Multiple Columns in Excel (5 Quick Approaches)

In a practical work scenario with Microsoft Excel, we have to sort and filter multiple columns frequently in a large range of data. In this article, you’ll get ...

OFFSET Function to Create & Use Dynamic Range in Excel

Dynamic range in Microsoft Excel is commonly used to store a wide range of data by applying the OFFSET function. This stored data with a defined name is then ...

How to Add 30 Days to a Date in Excel (7 Quick Methods)

In Microsoft Excel, by using different functions you can easily add 30 or any number of days to a particular date. In this article, you'll learn a number of ...

Sum with INDEX-MATCH Functions under Multiple Criteria in Excel

While working with a large amount of data in Excel, it’s very common to use INDEX-MATCH functions to lookup parameters under multiple criteria for sum or other ...

How to Find Top 5 Values and Names in Excel (14 Useful Ways)

In this Excel tutorial, we will learn how to find the top 5 values and names in Excel. We will discuss: Finding the top 5 values and names with duplicates ...

How to Use COUNTIF for Date Range in Excel (6 Suitable Approaches)

In MS Excel, the COUNTIF function is used to count cells under different criteria. In this article, you’ll learn effectively how you can use this COUNTIF ...

SUMIF with INDEX and MATCH Functions in Excel

In Microsoft Excel, the SUMIF with INDEX-MATCH functions is widely used to extract the sum based on multiple criteria from different columns & rows. In ...

Find Duplicates in Two Columns in Excel (6 Suitable Approaches)

Microsoft Excel has provided numerous methods to find duplicates in two or more columns. In this article, you'll learn all simple & useful tricks along ...

INDEX, MATCH and MAX with Multiple Criteria in Excel

In Microsoft Excel, the combination of INDEX, MATCH & MAX functions is one of the most comprehensive formulas which will let you extract maximum or largest ...

INDEX-MATCH Formula to Find Minimum Value in Excel (4 Ways)

INDEX and MATCH functions are two of the most common functions in Excel chores to search for as well as store different data from a large array. In this ...

How to use SUMPRODUCT Function with Multiple Columns in Excel (4 Suitable Approaches)

SUMPRODUCT is one of the most powerful array functions in Microsoft Excel that can pull out data from an array based on the criteria along multiple columns ...

Excel Formula to Find Date or Days for Next Month (6 Quick Ways)

Microsoft Excel has provided a wide range of date and time-related functions that we can use to find dates, days, or some other time-related data for next ...

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  45. 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!

  46. 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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