### 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 ...

### VLOOKUP Max Value in Excel (With Limitations and Alternative Options)

Today I will be showing how you can extract the max (maximum) value from a database using the VLOOKUP function of Microsoft Excel. Download ...

### How to Separate Text and Numbers in Excel (4 Easy Ways)

We often have to separate text and numbers from some data in Excel. Today I will be showing 4 easy ways how you can accomplish that conveniently. ...

### Excel Copy Rows from One Sheet to Another Based on Criteria (5 Ways)

In MS-Excel sometimes we need to copy rows from any worksheet to another worksheet based on different criteria. In this article, I will show various ...

### Percentage Difference between Two Percentages Excel (2 Easy Ways)

When working with percentages, sometimes we may need to calculate the differences between two percentages. For this purpose, we can get help from MS ...

### Excel Formula for Overtime over 40 Hours [with Free Template]

In this article, you will get the Excel formula for calculating overtime over 40 hours. The Excel template is ready for your daily use. ...

### How to add secondary axis in Excel (2 easy ways)

In this article, I will show you how to add a secondary axis in Excel charts. Take a look at the following image. Above a regular chart, and below ...

### How to Multiply in Excel: Columns, Cells, Rows, & Numbers

Multiplying numbers in excel is very easy. But while multiplying multiple cells, columns and rows, you often face difficulties. Knowing different ...

### Excel Dynamic Named Range [4 Ways]

Excel Dynamic Named Range is one of the Excel features that not so many Excel users know about. This article will make Dynamic Named Ranges closer to ...

### How to Make FOR LOOP in Excel Using Formulas?

Don't you want to use Excel VBA and want to make a FOR LOOP in Excel using Formulas? In this article, I've shown how you can make one using ... 