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## OEE Solution – Querying Various Sheets

In this post we will pull together formulas that we’ve seen in these posts Formula to get first, second and third highest values Formula to get last row number http://blog.thejaytray.com/excels-indirect-function/ Data Validation Lists COUNTIF Function Before continuing, if you are not familiar with the above posts or functions I would recommend reading them.  Although I […]

## Pareto Chart In Excel

Although there are Excel add-ons and more recent versions of Excel make it easier, for a lot of people Pareto charts are still awkward to put together. A pareto chart is a type of chart that contains both bars and a line graph. The bars show the individual order of items in descending order and […]

## VLookUp To Retrieve data relating to the second or third match

If you have ever used VLookUps before you may have noticed that the formula only retrieves data relating to the first match it finds. Did you ever need a VLookUp to retrieve data relating to the second or third match? In an earlier post called VLookUp with multiple values and  I showed you how to retrieve […]

## COUNTIFS – COUNTIF FOR MULTIPLE CRITERIA

In my last post I talked about SUMIFS – SUMIF FOR MULTIPLE CRITERIA, this time I’m going to talk about COUNTIFS, which you may have guessed is a way to carry out a COUNTIF for multiple criteria. Before continuing, you should be comfortable with the COUNTIF function, click here to read my post on COUNTIF. […]

## Simplify IF AND OR eBook

My second eBook is almost ready! It is now being reviewed and will be available soon to all subscribers. This time around we look at IF AND OR functions – these are areas where I am frequently being asked for help to clarify.

## IFERROR

The IFERROR formula in Excel returns a value you specify if a formula results in an error, if there is no error it returns the value of the original formula. The IFERROR function is relatively new to Excel (I believe it started in Excel 2007).  For a similar workaround to some VLOOKUP formula error results, […]

## Wildcards in Formula

A wildcard character is a character that can be used as a substitute for another character or characters. I use wildcards in formula mostly in reference or look-up formulas like COUNTIF or SUMIF for example. The wildcards can be used to look up words beginning with or ending with criteria.   Note : It can […]

## COUNTIF

The COUNTIF formula is another very useful formula in Excel for analysing data and getting more information from it. If you have not already read these posts, please take a few minutes to read them now. The post on brackets and commas will show you how to break down longer formulas making them easier to […]