Category: Functions
VLOOKUP function
Posted by John  Apr 30, 2016  Lookup and Reference  0 
The Ultimate Guide To VLOOKUP
The VLOOKUP function allows you to search a value in the left most column of a range and return the corresponding value in a column to the right. The search is vertical from top to bottom and in fact, the “V” in VLOOKUP stands for vertical.
Read MoreCOUNTIFS function
This function will conditionally count items in a range based on given criteria. Syntax COUNTIFS(Range 1, Criteria 1, Range 2, Criteria 2,…) Range 1 (required) – This is the range to which the first criteria is...
Read MoreINT function
This function will rounds a number down to the nearest integer. Syntax INT(Number) Number (required) – This is the number you want to round down to the nearest integer. Example In this example find the round down a few...
Read MoreSUMIFS function
This function will conditionally sum up numbers in a range based on given criteria. Syntax SUMIFS(Sum Range, Range 1, Criteria 1, Range 2, Criteria 2,…) Sum Range (required) – This is the range of numbers to sum....
Read MoreABS function
This function will return the absolute value of a number. The absolute value is the “positive” part of a number. Syntax ABS(Number) Number (required) – This is the number you want to find the absolute value of....
Read MorePROPER function
This function will function will capitalize the first letter of each word. Syntax PROPER(Text) Text (required) – This is the text string which you want to capitalize the first letter of each word. Example In this example...
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