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How to Combine Conditional Formatting with an IF Statement

How to Combine Conditional Formatting with an IF Statement The following will help to understand the steps on how to combine conditional formatting with an if statement. If you are in a rush and want your problem answered, email to exploresarcs@gmail.com or live chat with us. Explanation: I have set of numbers placed in...

How to Apply Conditional Format Based on VLOOKUP

How to Apply Conditional Format Based on VLOOKUP The following will help to understand the steps on how to apply conditional format based on Vlookup. If you are in a rush and want your problem answered, email to exploresarcs@gmail.com or live chat with us. =vlookup(A1,X:Z,2,False)<B1 X: It is the search column False: Exact match...

Data validation don’t exceed total in Excel

Data validation don’t exceed total in Excel Refer the formula for the data validation don’t exceed total in Excel. If you are in a rush and want your problem answered, email to exploresarcs@gmail.com or live chat with us. Choose custom option in data validation and enter the corresponding range. Refer to the sample formula...

Web design using WordPress

Web design using WordPress Here are few tips to for web design using WordPress and usage of plug-ins. websitesetup . org Themes: websitesetup: /best-flexible-wordpress-themes/  Plugins: https://www.wpexplorer.com/using-wordpress-plugins/ websitesetup:  /best-popular-wordpress-plugins/ Ideally you should be regularly updating your plugins (Note: Don’t want to forget? You could try the Easy Updates Manager to automate plugin, theme, and minor/major...

Count occurrences in entire workbook

Count occurrences in entire workbook The following formula is used to count occurrences in entire workbook. Place the worksheet list and search text in B1 cell. The cells referred in sheets range is A1:A5. Sheets is named range, where list of sheets are referred. =SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIF(INDIRECT("'"&sheets&"'!"&rng),criteria)) =SUMPRODUCT(COUNTIF(INDIRECT("'"&sheets&"'!A1:A5"),B1))