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Great answer but straight away I realise I hadn't explained the problem correctly ... I'm working on two columns, the first is a time and date, the second is data. Both columns have to match ... I've updated the question. Best wishes.
I am trying to create a nested IF formula to compare a column of prices. I am supposed to have a cell display the name of a vendor with the lowest price. For example, A2 through A6 have a list of vendor names, B2 through B6 have prices. I am suppose
In latest Excel there is built-in function which solves your issue in one click. In older versions there are no built-in functions which directly concatenate entire range. There are third-party add-ins and/or some
I am having a situation in editing in Excel, Office 365. I can copy and paste a formula =SUM for a column or row. The formula shows but the column or row doesn't compute. This doesn't happen for every row or column. Some do and a few don't. I have tr