Excel VBA: MAXIFS Function With Multiple Criteria

Welcome to Excel Jet Consult. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use the new MAXIFS Function with multiple criteria in VBA. Let’s get started MAXIFS Funtion returns the maximum value among cells specified by a given criteria or conditions MAXIFS Syntax                  =MAXIFS(max_range, criteria_range1, criteria1, …) Argument Max_Range – the range that contains the numeric values to evaluate Criteria_range1 […]

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Discover & Display All The 919 Power BI Power Query Mash-up Functions

Welcome to Excel Jet Consult blog post. In this tutorial, we will learn how to discover and display all the Power BI Power Query Mash-up Functions and their definitions and usage Open a blank Power Bi Desktop In the External Data group of the Home tab, click on Get Data drop-down Select Blank Query In the formula bar, execute the […]

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SUMIFS Combined with DATE Functions

Welcome to Excel Jet Consult. In this tutorial, we will learn how to combine SUMIFS with DATE functions to return Qtr 1 Total Sales. Let’s get started In cell H1, execute the formula: =SUMIFS(Total,Order_Date,”>=”&DATE(2015,1,1),Order_Date,”<=”&DATE(2015,3,31)) We can see from the formula above that we wrapped the DATE formula inside SUMIFS To verify, we will filter the data set to show Order […]

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XLOOKUP Function – New Elegant Lookup Function

Yesterday witnessed the beginning of a new dawn in world of spreadsheet occasioned by the arrival of an elegant, sophisticated and user-friendly Excel function named XLOOKUP. The new XLOOKUP function provides a strong alternative to the VLOOKUP function which has been around since 1985 when Excel 1 for Macintosh was released. Traditionally, the Excel VLOOKUP, among other limitations, is unable […]

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Power Query M Functions: Extracting using Text.Start & Text.PositionOf

Welcome to Excel Jet Consult. In this tutorial, we will learn how to Text.Start and Text.PositionOf Power Query M Functions which are LEFT & FIND functions in Excel Text.Start returns the first count characters of text as a text value Text.Start Syntax                              =Text.Start(text as nullable text, count as number) Text.PositionOf returns the position of the specified occurrence of the text […]

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