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

How to Calculate YTD (Year to Date) in Excel [9 Simple Ways]

Microsoft Excel has provided a wide range of solutions to calculate YTD (Year-to-Date) in Excel under different criteria. In this article, you’ll be able to ...

SUMPRODUCT with INDEX and MATCH Functions in Excel

In MS Excel, there is a huge diversity of using SUMPRODUCT with INDEX and MATCH functions together. In this article, I’ll try to illustrate how we can use this ...

How to Sum Based on Column and Row Criteria in Excel (7 Ways)

There is a wide range of suitable methods to sum up a range of cells based on column and row criteria in MS Excel. In this article, we’ll try to illustrate how ...

How to Use COUNTIFS to Count Across Multiple Columns in Excel

There are many default Excel functions that we can use to create formulas. The COUNTIFS function provides plenty of opportunities to count cells under ...

Excel COUNTIF Function to Count Cells Greater Than 0

COUNTIF function is one of the most basic & simple operations in MS Excel that can be used to count 0 (Zero), greater than 0, or less than 0 under lots of ...

Excel SUMPRODUCT Function to Count Unique Values with Criteria

Using the Excel SUMPRODUCT function to count unique values with criteria means counting unique numbers or texts based on single or multiple conditions from a ...

How to Use Excel COUNTIF Function with Multiple Criteria in Different Columns

Excel COUNTIF function searches for a single criteria in a given range and returns the total number of occurrences of that criteria in the range. But ...

How to Extract Unique Values Based on Criteria in Excel

Extracting unique values based on single or different criteria is very common in offices & businesses. Microsoft Excel has also added a few useful & ...

How to Round up Decimals in Excel (5 Simple Ways)

Microsoft Excel has provided a number of very easy, quick & useful methods to round up the decimals to a particular point or limit. In this article, I’ll ...

How to Extract Only Numbers from Excel Cell (7 Easy Ways)

Although Microsoft has not provided a straight formula or syntax to extract only numbers from the Excel cell, we can incorporate a wide range of Excel formulas ...

Excel Formula to Copy Cell Value from Another Sheet (4 Examples)

Microsoft Excel has provided a wide range of basic & simple methods to copy cell values from another worksheet to a new worksheet or even a new workbook. ...

How to Keep Leading Zeros in Excel (10 Suitable Methods)

In Microsoft Excel, it’s not possible to keep leading zeros by simply typing a number with 0’s at first as Excel, by default, will remove those zeros & ...

How to Count Matches in Two Columns in Excel (3 Practical Cases)

Counting matches in two columns in Excel refers to the process of calculating how many times the same value or specific criteria appear in both columns. In ...

Excel Formula to Count Cells with Text (All Criteria Included)

Microsoft Excel provides a wide range of useful functions and methods to count cells with text or any other characters and strings. In this article, you’ll get ...

Automatically Enter Date When Data Entered in Excel (2 Ways)

One of the most common tasks in Excel is working with dates. In many cases, you may want to automatically enter date when data entered in excel into a ...

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  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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