In this tutorial we’ll take a look at the OFFSET function, specifically the difference between using a single cell vs a range of cells for the reference argument, and using it in conjunction with the SUM function.
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In this tutorial we are going to look at two ways of creating a dynamic range of data. We are summing up sales data and want to automatically, or dynamically adjust the range to sum as we incorporate additional rows or columns. One way will be using Tables and the other the OFFSET function. Let’s […]
In this tutorial we are going to explore a variation of the traditional INDEX/MATCH combination to extract and sum only a portion of a row or column within an array.
The AGGREGATE function in Excel is much more powerful than the SUBTOTAL function with additional built in options and the ability to ignore errors and hidden rows. Let’s see how that works in Excel!
In this tutorial we are going to look at two ways that you can calculate the average sales of accounts, but eliminating the top 5 and bottom 5 accounts which may distort the overall average.
You can use the combination of INDEX and MATCH to look up values in an array. But did you know that you can also use this combination in conjunction with the SUM function to total up rows or colums? Here’s how!