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Date Sales Y/N SR

3/9/10 $3.00 Y SR5


3/12/10 $6.00 N SR3
3/16/10 $10.00 N SR1
Extract New Records That Are Not In Old List Filter
Method
& (Shift + 7) = join symbol
Alt +D + F + F or Ctrl + Shift + L turn on Filter
Shift + F11 inserts new sheet
MATCH function delivers an ordinal or relative position of
an item in a list
Array formulas are entered with Ctrl + Shift + Enter
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Not In Other List
3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2
3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/10 $3.00 Y SR5
3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2
3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1
3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/10 $6.00 N SR3
3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5
3/16/10 $10.00 N SR1
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3
Extract New Records That Are Not In Old List Filter
Method
& (Shift + 7) = join symbol
Alt +D + F + F or Ctrl + Shift + L turn on Filter
Shift + F11 inserts new sheet
MATCH function delivers an ordinal or relative position of
an item in a list
Array formulas are entered with Ctrl + Shift + Enter
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Not In Other List
3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2 1
3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/10 $3.00 Y SR5 #N/A
3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2 2
3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1 3
3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/10 $6.00 N SR3 #N/A
3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2 4
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4 5
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5 6
3/16/10 $10.00 N SR1 #N/A
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3 7
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3 8
Extract New Records That Are Not In Old List Array Formula
To learn the basics of array formulas, see these two playlists:
Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
Excel Extract Records From Database Table / List
Count New Records that are in 2nd List, but not in 1st
1st List (Old List) 2nd List (New List)
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR
3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2
3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/10 $3.00 Y SR5
3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2
3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1
3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/10 $6.00 N SR3
3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5
3/16/10 $10.00 N SR1
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3
Extract New Records That Are Not In Old List Array Formula
To learn the basics of array formulas, see these two playlists:
Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
Excel Extract Records From Database Table / List
Count New Records that are in 2nd List, but not in 1st
3
1st List (Old List) 2nd List (New List)
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR
3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/10 $2.00 N SR2 3/9/2010 3 Y SR5
3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/10 $3.00 Y SR5 3/12/2010 6 N SR3
3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/10 $4.00 N SR2 3/16/2010 10 N SR1
3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/10 $5.00 Y SR1
3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/10 $6.00 N SR3
3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/10 $7.00 Y SR2
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/10 $8.00 N SR4
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/10 $9.00 Y SR5
3/16/10 $10.00 N SR1
3/17/10 $11.00 Y SR3
3/18/10 $12.00 N SR3
Date Sales Y/N SR CC Date Sales Y/N SR CC
3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 402452NSR2 3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 402452NSR2
3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 402474NSR2 3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5 402463YSR5
3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 402485YSR1 3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 402474NSR2
3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 402507YSR2 3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 402485YSR1
3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 402518NSR4 3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3 402496NSR3
3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 402529YSR5 3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 402507YSR2
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 4025411YSR3 3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 402518NSR4
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 4025512NSR3 3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 402529YSR5
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1 4025310NSR1
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 4025411YSR3
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 4025512NSR3
Count New Records 3
Date Sales Y/N SR CC
3/9/2010 3 Y SR5 402463YSR5
3/12/2010 6 N SR3 402496NSR3
3/16/2010 10 N SR1 4025310NSR1
add column and then array formula
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Count New Records 3
3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2
3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5 Date Sales Y/N SR
3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/2010 3 Y SR5
3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 3/12/2010 6 N SR3
3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3 3/16/2010 10 N SR1
3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3
add array formula
To learn the basics of array formulas,
see these two playlists:
Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
Excel Extract Records From Database Table / List
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Not In Other List
3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 FALSE
3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5 TRUE
3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 FALSE
3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 FALSE
3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3 TRUE
3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 FALSE
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 FALSE
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 FALSE
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1 TRUE
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 FALSE
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 FALSE
use filter
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR Is Record Not In Old List?
3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 FALSE
3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5 TRUE
3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 FALSE
3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 FALSE
3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3 TRUE
3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 FALSE
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 FALSE
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5 FALSE
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1 TRUE
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 FALSE
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 FALSE
Date Sales Y/N SR
3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5
3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1
use advanced Filter
Date Sales Y/N SR Date Sales Y/N SR
3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2 3/8/2010 $2.00 N SR2
3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2 3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5
3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1 3/10/2010 $4.00 N SR2
3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2 3/11/2010 $5.00 Y SR1
3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4 3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3
3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3 3/13/2010 $7.00 Y SR2
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3 3/14/2010 $8.00 N SR4
3/15/2010 $9.00 Y SR5
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1
3/17/2010 $11.00 Y SR3
3/18/2010 $12.00 N SR3
Count New Records 3 << == If blanks
Date Sales Y/N SR
3/9/2010 $3.00 Y SR5 << == If blanks
3/12/2010 $6.00 N SR3
3/16/2010 $10.00 N SR1
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Criteria 1 Jacket
Criteria 2 Med
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Code Item Size Price
SW001 Sweater Small $10.00
JK001 Jacket Small $30.00
PN001 Pants Small $25.00
SW002 Sweater Med $12.00
JK002 Jacket Med $35.00
PN002 Jacket Med $30.00
SW003 Sweater Large $38.00
DK003 Jacket Med $32.00
Item Size
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Jacket Med
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For more about Conditional Formatting, see this video:
For more about logical formulas, see this video:
Dates Values Dates Dates Values
3/10/2010 A >=3/12/2010 <=3/24/2010 A
3/11/2010 B
3/12/2010 B End Date 3/24/2010
3/13/2010 A Begin Date 3/12/2010
3/14/2010 C Criteria A
3/15/2010 A Count A that fall between 3/12/2010 and 3/24/2010
3/16/2010 B COUNTIFS 5
3/17/2010 B DCOUNT 5
3/18/2010 A SUMPRODUCT 5
3/19/2010 C
3/20/2010 A
3/21/2010 B
3/22/2010 B
3/23/2010 A
3/24/2010 C
3/25/2010 A
3/26/2010 B
Highline Excel Class 21: Conditional Formatting 12 Examples
Highline Excel Class 11: Logical formulas, IS & IF functions
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For more about Conditional Formatting, see this video:
For more about logical formulas, see this video:
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3/10/2010 A FALSE FALSE >=3/12/2010 <=3/24/2010 A
3/11/2010 B FALSE FALSE
3/12/2010 B FALSE FALSE End Date 3/24/2010
3/13/2010 A TRUE TRUE Begin Date 3/12/2010
3/14/2010 C FALSE FALSE Criteria A
3/15/2010 A TRUE TRUE Count A that fall between 3/12/2010 and 3/24/2010
3/16/2010 B FALSE FALSE COUNTIFS 5
3/17/2010 B FALSE FALSE DCOUNT 5
3/18/2010 A TRUE TRUE SUMPRODUCT 5
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Highline Excel Class 21: Conditional Formatting 12 Examples
Highline Excel Class 11: Logical formulas, IS & IF functions
Count A that
For COUNTIFS comparative operator must be in quotes, & is the join
symbol
DCOUNTA must have criteria and field names for criteria
SUMPRODUCT can handle arrays, the double negative converts TRUEs
and FALSEs to 1s and 0s.
For more about SUMPRODUCT see this video Excel Formula Efficiency 1: SUMPRODUCT function 12 Examples
For more about COUNTIFS see this video Excel Formula Efficiency 4: SUMIFS & COUNTIFS Are Fast
For more about D functions see this video Excel Magic Trick 330: DCOUNT DSUM between 2 Numbers
Excel Magic Trick 310: D Functions & Date Criteria
Dates Values Dates Dates Values
3/10/2010 A >=3/12/2010 <=3/24/2010 A
3/11/2010 B
3/12/2010 B End Date 3/24/2010
3/13/2010 A Begin Date 3/12/2010
3/14/2010 C Criteria A
3/15/2010 A Count A that fall between 3/12/2010 and 3/24/2010
3/16/2010 B COUNTIFS
3/17/2010 B DCOUNTA
3/18/2010 A SUMPRODUCT
3/19/2010 C
3/20/2010 A
3/21/2010 B
3/22/2010 B
3/23/2010 A
3/24/2010 C
3/25/2010 A
3/26/2010 B
Excel Formula Efficiency 1: SUMPRODUCT function 12 Examples
Excel Formula Efficiency 4: SUMIFS & COUNTIFS Are Fast
Excel Magic Trick 330: DCOUNT DSUM between 2 Numbers
Excel Magic Trick 310: D Functions & Date Criteria
For COUNTIFS comparative operator must be in quotes, & is the join
symbol
DCOUNTA must have criteria and field names for criteria
SUMPRODUCT can handle arrays, the double negative converts TRUEs
and FALSEs to 1s and 0s.
For more about SUMPRODUCT see this video Excel Formula Efficiency 1: SUMPRODUCT function 12 Examples
For more about COUNTIFS see this video Excel Formula Efficiency 4: SUMIFS & COUNTIFS Are Fast
For more about D functions see this video Excel Magic Trick 330: DCOUNT DSUM between 2 Numbers
Excel Magic Trick 310: D Functions & Date Criteria
Dates Values Dates Dates Values
3/10/2010 A >=3/12/2010 <=3/24/2010 C
3/11/2010 B
3/12/2010 B End Date 3/24/2010
3/13/2010 A Begin Date 3/12/2010
3/14/2010 C Criteria C
3/15/2010 A Count C that fall between 3/12/2010 and 3/24/2010
3/16/2010 B COUNTIFS 3
3/17/2010 B DCOUNTA 3
3/18/2010 A SUMPRODUCT 3
3/19/2010 C
3/20/2010 A
3/21/2010 B
3/22/2010 B
3/23/2010 A
3/24/2010 C
3/25/2010 A
3/26/2010 B
Excel Formula Efficiency 1: SUMPRODUCT function 12 Examples
Excel Formula Efficiency 4: SUMIFS & COUNTIFS Are Fast
Excel Magic Trick 330: DCOUNT DSUM between 2 Numbers
Excel Magic Trick 310: D Functions & Date Criteria
Check To See If Items Is In List Case Sensitive
MATCH function tells you the relative position of an item in a list
ISNUMBER function says TRUE when the item is a number
OR function can take more than one logical test and when any one of them is true it will deliver a true
EXACT function compares two items and tells you whether they are the same and it is case sensitive.
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Check To See If Items Is In List Case Sensitive
MATCH function tells you the relative position of an item in a list
ISNUMBER function says TRUE when the item is a number
OR function can take more than one logical test and when any one of them is true it will deliver a true
EXACT function compares two items and tells you whether they are the same and it is case sensitive.
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Is This In Other List Case
Sensitive
Not Case
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Advanced Filter - Unique Records - be sure to highlight field name also.
For more about Array Formulas, see this playlist: Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
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Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
Calculating Last Time File Was Accessed From Server Computer
For more about Array Formulas, see this playlist: Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
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Excel Array Formulas Beg - Advanced
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Bellen $24.00
Carlota $26.00
Sunshine $22.00
Majestic Beaut $32.00
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Paste Name = F3
List of Names = Ctrl + F3
Data Validation List To Add Drop-Down To Cell
Alt + D + L opens Data Validation
Choose Allows: List
Select a Source
If it is on a different sheet you must Name it
Products Price Products Price
Bellen $22.00
Carlota $24.00
Sunshine $19.00 Products Price
Majestic Beaut $23.50
Use Drop Down To Select Product
Data Validation List To Add Drop-Down To Cell
Alt + D + L opens Data Validation
Choose Allows: List
Select a Source
If it is on a different sheet you must Name it
Products Price Products Price
Bellen $22.00 Sunshine $19.00
Carlota $24.00
Sunshine $19.00 Products Price
Majestic Beaut $23.50 Carlota $26.00
Use Drop Down To Select Product
Dynamic Data Validation List To Add Drop-Down To Cell OFFSET or Table Feature?
The OFFSET function can deliver a value from a cell or it can deliver a range to a formula or
function ==> see list to right
Ctrl + T (2003 Ctrl + L) creates a table with a dynamic range.
Products Price Products Price Products Price
Bellen $22.00 Bellen $22.00
Carlota $24.00 Carlota $24.00
Sunshine $19.00 Sunshine $19.00
Majestic Beaut $23.50 Majestic Beaut $23.50
Quad $40.00
Sunset $35.00
Products Price
Sunset
Learn about the OFFSETS 5 arguments:
1. Starting point
2. How many rows (up or down) do you want to move the starting point?
3. How many columns (left or right) do you want to move the starting point?
4. How tall is the range?
5. How wide is the range?
COUNTA function counts cells that are not empty
Dynamic Data Validation List To Add Drop-Down To Cell OFFSET or Table Feature?
The OFFSET function can deliver a value from a cell or it can deliver a range to a formula or
function ==> see list to right
Ctrl + T (2003 Ctrl + L) creates a table with a dynamic range.
Products Price Products Price Products Price
Bellen $22.00 Quad $40.00 Bellen $22.00
Carlota $24.00 Carlota $24.00
Sunshine $19.00 Sunshine $19.00
Majestic Beaut $23.50 Majestic Beaut $23.50
Quad $40.00 Quad $40.00
Sunset $35.00
Products Price
Sunset $35.00
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Learn about the OFFSETS 5 arguments:
1. Starting point
2. How many rows (up or down) do you want to move the starting point?
3. How many columns (left or right) do you want to move the starting point?
4. How tall is the range?
5. How wide is the range?
COUNTA function counts cells that are not empty
Data Validation List Drop-Down Based On 2nd Data Validation List Drop-Down
INDIRECT function takes text and converts it to a reference
SUBSTITUTE will find spaces and replace them with an underscore.
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Data Validation List Drop-Down Based On 2nd Data Validation List Drop-Down
INDIRECT function takes text and converts it to a reference
SUBSTITUTE will find spaces and replace them with an underscore.
Boomerang Events Boom 1 Boom 2 Boom 3
Aussie RoundAN Majestic Beaut Sunset Sunshine
Trick Catch1AN Carlota Quad Bellen WindDancer
Fast CatchAN TriFly GelFast Sunshine
G L O R PAN Quad Bellen WindDancer Sunshine
DoublingAN Carlota Majestic Beaut Sunshine
AccuracyAN TriFly Rad German Sunshine
Boomerang Events Boom To Use
Aussie RoundAN Majestic Beaut
Majestic Beaut
Data
INDIRECT
SUBSTITU
Boom 4
Bellen WindDancer
GelFast