User Posts: Abrar Niloy
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How to Calculate Balloon Payment in Excel (2 Easy Methods)
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Balloon payment has its pros and cons. The lump sum at the end of every payment can be a determining factor in whether you want to take a loan or buy a ...

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Excel If Cell Color Is Green Then Show or Customize Outputs
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You can find people asking online for formulas to work with using the IF function, where they want to use a specific cell color as the condition. Until the ...

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Up and Down Arrows in Excel Using Conditional Formatting
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Having up and down arrows in proper places of datasets makes them more presentable and visually pleasing. It is one of the features Microsoft Excel offers that ...

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How to Use Two Factor ANOVA with Replication in Excel
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Anova stands for Analysis of Variance. Similar to the t-test, Anova helps us find out whether the difference between two or more groups of data is significant ...

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How to Repeat Formula for Each Row in Excel (7 Easy Ways)
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It is very common to repeat a formula for each row for multiple columns in Excel spreadsheets. And Excel has multiple ways to do that conveniently. Instead of ...

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How to Create Cash Flow Projection Format in Excel
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Cash flow projection is the disintegration of money that comes in and out of a business. It gives a clear idea of how much cash a business or an organization ...

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How to Calculate IRR in Excel for Monthly Cash Flow (4 Ways)
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IRR or internal rate of return is a metric commonly used in financial analysis. It is essential to estimate the profitability of potential investments. ...

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Construction Company Financial Statements in Excel
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Financial statements are very important in business and financial activities to show the financial status of an organization at any specific time. Although it ...

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How Do I Stop Excel from Opening in Full Screen (4 Ways)
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By default, Microsoft Excel tends to open the files in full-screen view. By your definition of the full-screen view, it may be necessary in some cases to view ...

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How to Add Primary Major Vertical Gridlines in Excel (2 Ways)
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Gridlines help to show axis divisions in a chart plot. For large and complicated charts, gridlines provide valuable indications to the viewer. These grid lines ...

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How to Insert Page Number in Excel Cell Not in Header
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While printing an extended dataset, Microsoft Excel normally breaks it into different pages. You can also print a large one on one page. But it generally ...

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How to Create Different Views for Different Users in Excel
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While collaborating with others on a worksheet, the updates are auto-saved. Changing in one section automatically changes the other. This goes for views too. ...

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[Fixed!] Excel File Too Large for No Reason (10 Possible Solutions)
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Microsoft Excel is an excellent tool that features computation or calculation capabilities, graphic tools, pivot tables, and VBA. The software is mainly ...

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How to Make Excel Easier on the Eyes (12 Quick Tips)
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Working with large sets of data for a long period can be stressful for the eyes, especially for people who spend all day working on data entries or something ...

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How to Print Labels in Excel Without Word (with Easy Steps)
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The usual label printing process from Microsoft Excel involves mail merging spreadsheets with Microsoft Word. But some people prefer completing all the chores ...

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  1. Hello Aniket!

    As of now, we are only focusing on Microsoft Excel for Windows. But in case of other versions, there are some shortcut keys that do not work for iPad yet. It is constantly getting updated. If only some of the shortcuts aren’t working for you, then that may be the case. One solution would be to stay up to date with their updates.

  2. Hi Elly,

    For your data, plotting a stacked bar chart would not be possible. Excel needs a dataset of the following sort to plot a stacked bar chart.

    1st Week 2nd Week 3rd Week 4th Week
    1st Task 44 41 61 58
    2nd Task 38 52 53 64
    3rd Task 42 48 50 56
    4th Task 37 59 44 46

    Even in that case, creating a Gantt chart would not be appropriate, as one bar will start where the previous one ended. This will ultimately result in the same bar plot. But if you have a gap between each work period, you can put them in between these values and follow the steps of the article.

  3. Hi, Patrick James O’Connell.

    It is pretty “suite” you found it amazing. But unfortunately, there is no way to keep formats while joining strings together up until the latest version till date. Excel doesn’t even keep the formats of dates and times, so we have to go through these TEXT functions to keep that format.

  4. Glad that it was helpful to you, Troy. Stay with us for more of these stuffs in the future.

  5. Hi, sbellmore

    This happens because of the .UsedRange method in the 13th line in the code.
    Set Rng = Worksheets(Work_Sheets(i)).UsedRange
    You can replace .UsedRange with .Range method to put one dataset or a particular portion of the dataset (eg without headers). For example, with our dataset, you can use the following.
    Set Rng = Worksheets(Work_Sheets(i)).Range(“B4:C7”)
    or,
    Set Rng = Worksheets(Work_Sheets(i)).Range(“B4”).End(xlDown).End(xlToRight)

    The downside of using such lines of code is, if you have any dataset without headers, it may ignore the part or whole dataset in some cases. As some of your sheets may not contain a dataset starting from cell B7. For automation, unfortunately, using .UsedRange is the most efficient method.

  6. Sorry for the inconvenience. It has been fixed.

  7. Hi Scott. Unfortunately, no, there isn’t. If you pass your password to a client and if he chooses to share it with anyone else they will be able to access the file too. It’s a limitation like any other login service.

  8. Hi Kheiy. Yes, there is an easy way to do that. Go to the Mailings tab on the word file and select Finish & Merge. Then select Print Documents from the drop-down. After that, you can find the option to print all pages or a particular range if you want.

  9. Hi Raj,

    Do you want to put all the row values in a single cell? You can try out the following formula to concatenate them. But it will be converted into a string.
    ampherand

    If you want to know something else entirely, kindly elaborate on your problem. We will try to help the best we can.

  10. Glad it had been helpful for you.

  11. Hi Gerald,

    You can create certain data tables consisting of probability. Provide us with more details, we will be able to help with the detailed procedures.

  12. Click on “Enable Editing” in the message that appears above the formula box.

  13. Hi Brian,

    The article mainly focuses on the mortgage calculator between two parties. For an escrow, if there are no conditions involved, it will look almost the same.

  14. We are glad that this helped.

  15. Hi Romesh.

    IRR is not the sole measure of comparing profitability. It is just one of the many parameters you can use to compare two paths of investment.

  16. Hi Colvis.

    We are very sorry for not reaching out to you promptly. But the annual IRR is calculated by multiplying the monthly IRR by 12. In that case, we get an annual IRR value of 6.504%. The value of IRR from the IRR formula and the XIRR formula should not be the same for irregular cash flows. And these values reflect that.

  17. Hi Temitope,

    Our website currently focuses on providing articles and solutions for Microsoft Excel only. If you have the same problem in Excel, please provide us with a little bit more information. We will try to assist you as much as possible.

  18. Hi SteelWolf,

    I am not sure what you meant exactly by that. But assuming you want to put in a date in cells F6, H6, J6, L6, N6, P6, and R6 that match with cell J1, you can use formulas in those cells with reference to cell J1. For example, let’s assume you want the previous date, exact date, and the following date of cell J1 in cells F6, H6, and J6.
    You can write =J6 in cell H6. Write =EDATE(J6,-1) in cell F6 and =EDATE(J6,1) in J6.

    You can modify/ use different formula according to your needs in this way.
    But if you want you use the “autofill” in those scattering cells, it is not possible yet as of the latest version of Excel.

    Hope that helps. If you meant something else entirely, please let us know.

  19. Hi Cris,

    I am so sorry for your situation. But we haven’t worked with the iPhone platform yet. So our solutions are only limited to windows for now.

  20. Hi Elona,

    I am not sure I understand your problem quite clearly. But if you are having problems importing data from different sheets, then put the sheet name before the range in single quotes followed by an exclamation sign.

    For example, you should add ‘Sheet 2’! before the range G3:G123 or any other range while using them as the source to use formulas in the first sheet.

  21. Hi Debbie,

    Yes, you can use multiple criteria for the MATCH function. Try it like this:
    MATCH(1,(first criteria)*(second criteria)*(third criteria),0)
    in place of the match function used for a single criterion.

  22. hi Willy,

    Make sure the file names are correctly spelled in the line. Check if both the source file and target file name are correct as well as if the directory of the workbook file is correct too.

    If the problem still persists, please provide us with a bit of more information, like what is the error message or perhaps a screenshot.

  23. Hi Eric, the COUNTA function counts all the cells including empty strings. It ignores a cell only if there was no value entered or you have deleted it completely (pressing delete or erasing the entire cell value).

    But if you use the COUNTBLANK function to count the same range, you will find that the empty strings will indeed are being counted as blank values.

  24. Hi Jeff, so sorry for your unfortunate situation. But the formulas are structured in such ways that it returns empty strings if only certain criteria are met. It won’t result in entire rows or columns being empty.

  25. Hi Akhil,

    Unfortunately, there are no direct ways or simple formulas to do that. One way to work around this is to remove the columns as the entirety of them is empty. And then try transposing. Or you can try out VBA to remove the empty columns/rows then try using transpose commands.

  26. Hi Esayas,

    You can count that if you mix the formulas with the COUNTIF function. You have to be a bit creative while using it in VBAs. For example, take the first method. You can use =TEXTJOIN(“, “,TRUE,IF(C14=B5:B12,C5:C12&”:”&COUNTIF(C5:C12,IF(B5:B12=C14,C5:C12)),””)) formula instead of the given one to find the count of each one in the dataset along with the models.

  27. Hi Vikas,

    Seems like your first problem meets the criteria for this article . In the ending date cell, try using the TODAY function, and at the starting date put in the formula =EDATE(TODAY(),-5).

    As for your second criteria, use the formula =EDATE(TODAY(),-5) of this article’s current cell value instead of today’s date and that should do the trick.

    Hope that helped. If you are still facing issues, or you wanted a different result let us know.

  28. Hi Jose,

    You can choose any of the three methods given above to remove the “↑” sign. All of them work for any non-numeric character, including the one you are asking.
    Hope that helped. If you are still facing problems, let us know.

  29. Hello, SAF. I am glad it was helpful to you. As for your problem, you don’t need to reupload every time you enter new patient names in Excel.

    You can select “Edit Recipient List”> select the file name in the “Data Source” section and hit refresh. It will automatically update the recipients’ list up to the latest entry.

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