Nested Excel if Function

How To : Use the if Function in Excel

Video: . IF function This article describes the formula syntax and usage of the IFfunction in Microsoft Excel. Description The IF function returns one value if a condition you specify evaluates to TRUE, and another value if that condition evaluates to FALSE. For example, the ...more

How To : Ignore nested subtotals with AGGREGATE in MS Excel

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How To : Use nested IF statements in Microsoft Office Excel

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 spreadsheet manager is a powerful tool that enables information workers to format spreadsheets, as well as analyze and share information to make more informed decisions. In this MS Excel video tutorial, you'll learn about using nested IF functions t ...more

How To : Isolate unique records with Excel's OR function

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How To : Count words with the COUNTIF function in Excel

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How To : Look up a time value with Excel's VLOOKUP function

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How To : Add "if" function in Excel

The 'if' function in Microsoft Excel is perfect for projects such as doing grades for a pass/fail course. Find out how to add it to your spreadsheet.

How To : Create a table for the VLOOKUP function in Excel

In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to create a table for the VLOOKUP function in Excel. Create a dynamic table for the VLOOKUP function as well as a dynamic lookup area so that as you add new data or columns to the Lookup table. Create dynamic ranges using the Exce ...more

How To : Find dates with Microsoft Excel's WORKDAY function

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How To : Calculate horsepower with Excel's VLOOKUP function

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How To : Use Excel round function & number formatting

In this video the instructor shows how to use the Round function and also format numbers in Microsoft Excel. Normally while calculating formulas in Excel, the formatting of numbers can get you into a lot of trouble and to get around this problem you need to use the Round funct ...more

How To : Work with Microsoft Excel's LOOKUP function

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How To : Add and subtract numbers with Excel's SUM function

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How To : Calculate days with Microsoft Excel's INT function

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How To : Format dates with the WEEKDAY function in Excel

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How To : Use repeat (REPT) function in Excel

There are many functions in Microsoft Excel. One function that people rarely use is the Repeat function or REPT. In this video, an example used is a chart of people and their sales of a certain item. Just looking at the numbers, it is hard to compare the different sales easily ...more

How To : Use the EXACT function in Microsoft Excel

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How To : Use the DATEDIF function in Microsoft Excel 2007

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How To : Use the PERCENTILE.EXC function in MS Excel 2010

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How To : Use the sparkline function in Microsoft Excel 2010

There is a new function in MS Excel 2010 called ‘Sparkline’ which helps you quickly find trends associated with a set of data. To create Sparkline, you can go to ‘Insert’ tab and then select ‘Sparkline’ section and then select the graph type. After you enter the data range and ...more

How To : Use the AGGREGATE function in Microsoft Excel 2010

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How To : Use the SUMPRODUCT function in Microsoft Excel

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How To : Use the ADDRESS function in Microsoft Excel

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How To : Use the SUMIF function in Microsoft Excel 2007

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How To : Use the COUNTIF function in Microsoft Excel

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How To : Use the CHOOSE function in Microsoft Excel

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