Excel VALUE Function Tips

The average value of number of cells or a data range in Excel can easily be calculated using **AVERAGE() **formula.

There are five methods you can use to look up number values in excel. These include SUMPRODUCT, SUMIF, AGGREGATE, LOOKUP and a combination of INDEX & MATCH.

Counting values in Excel using criteria is common in day to day business. For example; counting the number of failed products, overdue orders, staff in a certain department etc.

Excel model can be as simple as adding up two values in cell or so complicated to cover multiple sheets or even multiple workbooks

We came across situation we have to look for values both horizontally and vertically.

With Excel, it is not quite a rare case that numbers starts behaving like text.

One of the most versatile and highly used functions is VLOOKUP. Whenever we have a table and want to quickly retrieve a value, we have to revert to VLOOKUP. Let’s take a quick dive into its use and how we can get maximum out of its use.

MS Excel offers seven logical functions, today we will discuss how to use AND () when summing up values.

In Goal Seek, we try to reach a solution to a problem by iterating values.

The “Show Values As option” can be used for performing several calculations in **Excel Pivot tables**

**Excel** has pivot tables that offer different types of calculations. You can start off with it by selecting the ‘Show Values As’ option. Then you can get the calculation of the **‘Percent of Row Total’** as well.

**Pivot tables** include so many essential calculations in the **SHOW VALUES AS** option.

Power Quey is a strong command used in Microsoft Excel. It allows you to perform different steps in order to transform the data within your Excel sheets.

Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables have many functions available through the option of Show Values As. One particular calculation can be used to display the Parent Row Total Percentage.

Have you ever used the MOD function in Excel? Well, the function actually performs modulo operation.

The Sparkline in Excel is a tiny chart, which can be included within the background a cell. This is used to provide visual representation of data, showing the variations, minimum/ maximum values and data trends.

If you are wondering if it is possible to create sequence numbers from clustered values, then you should definitely consider reading ahead to find out more

**COUNTIF()** function is used for counting cells with unique values in a range that meet a certain criterion, or condition.

You may need type degree symbol for number of uses, for example to show degree values, Celsius, Fahrenheit etc. However, this symbol cannot be directly entered from the key board.

**COUNTIF()** function is used for counting cells with unique values in a range that meet a certain criterion, or condition.

The SUMIF function is used to conditionally sum values based on certain criteria. Another version of that function is **SUMIFS**

**COUNTIF()** function is used for counting cells with unique values in a range that meet a certain criterion, or condition.

When you have a large data set with text strings, you may need to find or count data based on their text content. You may know to do this with numerical values, but also know that this can be done to ant cells that contain text strings.

The SUMIF function is used to conditionally sum values based on a single criteria. The Syntax of this SUMIF function can be explained as follows:

Conditional Formatting is a widely used tool of Excel that provides pre-determined formatting to be applied to a cell or range of cells. The formatting may depend on the cell value or the content of it