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## How to Do GST Reconciliation in Excel (4 Suitable Methods)

In this article, you’ll learn how to do GST reconciliation in Excel with 4 suitable methods. The methods include using different functions like the VLOOKUP, ...

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## How to Do Three Way Reconciliation in Excel (Step-By-Step)

In this article, you’ll learn how to do three way reconciliation in Excel with 5 simple steps. You’ll also learn what is three way reconciliation before ...

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## Excel VBA: How to Refresh All Data Connections (4 Examples)

In this article, you’ll learn 4 suitable examples of using Excel VBA to refresh all data connections. The examples included refreshing the dataset when ...

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## How to Create Excel Sparkline for Multiple Data Ranges

Excel is an effective tool for visualizing and analyzing data. Sparklines, a type of small chart in Excel, can be used to represent trends and changes in data ...

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## Excel SUMIF Not Working (9 Possible Cases with Solutions)

With the help of Excel's SUMIF function, users can sum a range of numbers in accordance with specific criteria. However, there are times when the SUMIF ...

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## How to Calculate Percentage of Total in Excel? (2 Methods)

In this Excel tutorial, you will learn how to calculate the percentage of total in Excel. Calculating the percentage of total in Excel can be found by ...

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1. Reply Hello ALEXANDER,

First, calculate the amortization schedule for the original loan. Then, calculate the amortization schedule for the additional loan separately. Now that you have the monthly payments for both loans, you can combine them to create a single amortization schedule. You’ll need to add the monthly payments together for each month and subtract this total from the outstanding balance.

Repeat this process for each month until both loans are fully paid off. The combined amortization schedule will show the monthly payments and remaining balances as you pay off both loans simultaneously.

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Sajid Ahmed
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2. Reply Hlw Jon S M,

If a customer has more than one invoice with different dates, you have to include multiple rows for that customer in the dataset. Each row will represent a separate invoice entry.
The information related to that customer, such as their name, will be repeated in each row for their respective invoices. But the dates, invoice ids and invoice amounts will be different. The rest of the process is similar with this article.

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3. Reply Hello Hermione,
The “Run-time error ‘9’: Subscript out of range” error typically occurs when VBA code tries to reference a worksheet or object that doesn’t exist in the current workbook. In your case, the error is likely occurring because there is no worksheet named “all books” in your Excel workbook.

To fix this issue, you need to ensure that the worksheet name you’re trying to reference (“all books”) exactly matches the name of a worksheet in your workbook. If the worksheet name is different or contains typos or extra spaces, you will encounter this error.

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4. Reply Hlw Terrisa,
Thank you very much for your comment. The right formula for your need is given below-

=IFERROR(MIN((DATEDIF(W6,TODAY(),”d”)+1)/(DATEDIF(W6,X6,”d”)+1), 1), 0)

Here, we add the MIN function to cap the calculated percentage to 100%. If the calculated percentage is greater than 100%, this function will return 100%, capping the percentage. If the calculated percentage is less than or equal to 100%, it will return the calculated percentage as it is.

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5. Reply Thank you very much for your valuable comment. You are right. The ASCII character 160 is different than character 32. If you have any cell containing the ASCII character 160 non-breaking space then the TRIM function described in method 1 won’t work.
However, you can use the combination of the SUBSTITUTE and CHAR functions then. Suppose you have a value in cell A1 of your dataset containing the ASCII character 160 non-breaking space. Then you can use the following formula to remove unwanted spaces-

=SUBSTITUTE(A1,CHAR(160), “”)

After using this formula you can apply the Remove Duplicates button.

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Sajid Ahmed
ExcelDemy

6. Reply Hello Ayodeji Aboderin, thanks for reaching out. You are right, there was an error. Now, the article is updated accordingly. Please let us know if you have any other queries.
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Sajid Ahmed
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