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Content Excel Examples 4

In this third part (Excel Examples 4) of Excel tutorials and Excel examples, you can find Excel Tutorials and Excel Examples that are continued from the previous packet menu.

All Excel Examples, Excel Functions and Excel Formulas are practically displayed along with visual monitoring of screenshots, step by step.

162. Highlight all the cells that contain the formula
163. Add a Zero (0) digit in front of the extracted numbers
164. Find the nearest higher value and return the value from the third column
165. Highlight Duplicate Values in Excel
166. Sum of Negative Values by Months With Two Conditions
167. Copy Specific Range and Paste to Closed Workbook
168. RAND and RANDBETWEEN functions Excel examples
169. How to sum up all values for two conditions from multiple worksheets
170. Search Value Across Multiple Worksheets and Display Sheet Name Tab
171. Display Row and Column Headers if Condition Met from the Intersection
172. Ranking Top 10 Rows Header and Columns Header in Pair
173. Display Row Number if Match Date As Criteria Between Two Dates
174. Return the value if two conditions are match
175. Transpose multiple rows and multiple columns into one row
176. Creating Top Folders and Sub Folders in One Step
177. Duplicate a workbook Multiple times and create multiple workbooks from the list in the 'A' column
178. Rename the first sheet in multiple workbooks in the same folder at once
179. Delete the last Worksheet in multiple Workbooks in the one folder
180. Delete a certain VBA module in multiple workbooks in the same folder
181. Save as Values all Worksheets in all Workbooks Without Formulas in all Sub Folders
182. How to view source code of VBA macros on protected VBE
183. Replace a Formula With its Result
184. Return a List of Unique Data if Two Conditions are Match


Pay attention, you may need as a delimiter of arguments formula use a comma (,) instead of a semicolon (;).
Copy formula to Notepad and with Find/Replace change semicolon to comma.