Learn Excel – “Array Formula to Extract Records” – Podcast #1746

July 10, 2013 at 12:05 pm

Nirml asks how to extract All Records between certain Dates for a customer, using a Formula. To perform this requires a fairly complex Array Formula. Using a page from Mike ‘ExcelIsFun’ Girvin’s New book, “Ctrl+Shift+Enter: Mastering Excel Array Formulas” Bill explains how to extract Records using a Formula. Follow along with Bill in Episode #1746 to see how this is done and to learn more about Mike Girvin’s New Book.

"Ctrl+Shift+Enter" by Mike 'ExcelIsFun' GirvinAlthough elusive, Array Formulas can be used to solve everyday Excel problems. If you need to figure out how many times your birthday fell on a Friday, an Array Formula can solve that. If you need to return a Unique List of Sales Reps from a Database, an Array Formula can solve that. Now, at your own pace, you can learn the methods, the tricks, the dos and the don’ts that will allow you to “Command The Power of the ‘Array Formula’ in Microsoft Excel“! “Ctrl+Shift+Enter: Mastering Excel Array Formulas” by Mike ‘ExcelIsFun’ Girvin tells all!

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