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Microsoft Excel XP/2003, Level 300 Become a Microsoft Excel Power-User Updated 12/14/05 Logical Functions Use the IF Function =IF(Statement,IFtrue,IFfalse) Nest IF functions in the IFfalse area of the parent function. Statement - comparison statement to which you try to match. IFtrue - result if the comparison matches the statement. IFfalse - result if the comparison does not match the statement. Combine Logical Functions =IF(AND(Statement1,Statement2),IFtrue,IFfalse) — Ensures that both statements must be true . =IF(OR(Statement1,Statement2),IFtrue,IFfalse) — Tests both statements, either of which can be true . =IF(NOT(Statement),IFtrue,IFfalse) Returns the reverse value fur the condition . Concatenate & Parse Cells (Merge & Split) Concatenate (Merge) Data in Separate Cells A B C 1 John Smith Smith, John =CONCATENATE(B1,“, ”,A1) 2 Jane Jones Jones, Jane =B2&“, ”&A2 Parse (Split) Data into Separate Cells 1. Select the cells to parse (split) 2. Go to Data J Text to Columns… to open the wizard. 3. Step 1 of 3 :Be sure Delimited 4. Step 2 of 3 5. Step 3 of 3 ± When passing the interval code to the DATEDIF function, enclose it in quotes if you are passing a literal value to the function. Use the DATEDIF Function Syntax: =DATEDIF(Date1,Date2,Interval) Date1 — first date, in standard Excel serial-date format. Date2 — second date, in standard Excel serial-date format. Interval — unit of time for the result. Date1 must be Date2 or a #NUM! error will be returned. If either Date1 or Date2 is not a date, a #VALUE! error will be returned. Interval must be one of the following codes: Code Meaning Description "m" Months Number of complete months between Date1 and Date2. "d Days Number of days between Date1 and Date2. "y" Years Number of complete years between Date1 and Date2. "ym" Months Excluding Year Number of months between Date1 and Date2, as if Date1 and Date2 were in the same year. "yd" Days Excluding Years Number of days between Date1 and Date2, as if Date1 and Date2 were in the same year. "md" Days Excluding Months & Years Number of days between Date1 and Date2, as if Date1 and Date2 were in the same month and year. When passing the interval code to the DATEDIF function, enclose it in quotes if you are passing a literal value to the function.
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Microsoft Excel XP/2003, Level 300 Become a Microsoft Excel Power-User page 2 Shared Computing Services t Use HLOOKUP You must have a data table for which to lookup information indexed in horizontal rows. =HLOOKUP ( lookup_value , table_array , row_index _num,range_lookup) lookup_value is the reference or address of the comparison cell.
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