* Use shortcut key Alt+= to enter fucntion
- At least one value present (Some functions like today function, doesn't need any value )
- Use comma as separator in between each value
- Number 1 can be a fixed value (For example, 2), a cell position (For example, B2), or a range of cells (For example, B2:B7). Use a comma as a separator between each range of cells. Excel will ignore any text cell during the calculation.
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For this lesson, we are going to use two must-have functions to better get into details on how functions work in Excel. Here is the first one:
ß is an Excel function to look up data in a table organized vertically. Lookup a value in a table by matching on the first column.
It is one of the most commonly used function when you work with Excel. and it is super useful! Let get started 👉
Don't freak out by the look of this fucntion just yet, Let's look at a simple principle behind it.
Find correct couples from the long list
- Enter = and first few letters of VLOOKUP,
- Use 'Tap' on the keyboard to quickly select the options that pos up automatically
- Click on the target cell directly to fill up the first value "(Lookup_value)"
- Type comma as separator and then click on the second value "(table_array)"
- This part indicates the desired value on column C to another table(The long list of Marvel couple) with the value we already have on column B. Therefore the retrieve part must start from column B and including the column C. For example, select area B:E
Continue to add a comma and select your third value "(col_index_num)"
Add one more comma and you can select the last value from options.
*For this example, we are going to select the first option
- Go to the menu bar and select 'Formulas'
- Select the option 'Insert function'
- Type in the keyword until you find the function you need, double click to insert
used to calculate working days exclude weekends and any dates identified in holidays. It is a great tool to calculate employee benefits that accrue based on the number of days worked during a specific term!
Your are all set!
- Enter the start data and the end date to the operation menu
- Prepare your fixed holidays table, add the table to the third row 'Holidays'
That's it for today!
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