We have studied and used SUMIFS() and SUMPRODUCTS() function with their appropriates use. Just to recall, SUMIFS() work great when our data is in the shape of list or is in column.
Our paper is designed to accommodate two-dimensional charts, or at best 3 dimensional charts. But those charts are produced at the expense of understandability and appearance of them. What if you want to produce so many to them to accommodate cross-tabbed data?
The RANDBETWEEN function is available for use in Microsoft Excel. The function is used to generate randomized dates between a specified start date and end date.
Sometimes when you are creating worksheets with data inputs, you may want to restrict the data input format (i.e. numbers, decimals, date, text etc.) and their range.