Learn Excel from MrExcel – “Wrap Every Formula in a New Formula”:Podcast #1705

May 8, 2013 at 1:18 pm


Bill was conducting a seminar yesterday and was asked to wrap a Formula around existing Formulas. Today, in Episode #1705, Bill addresses this question and shows us what can be done to accomplish the task.

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