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Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
Advanced Excel, Day 1
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  • More about references:=Sheet2!B2 This will return the value in cell B2 on Sheet2.
  • If lookup_type is TRUE or omitted, an exact or approximate match is returned. If an exact match is not found, the next largest value that is less than lookup_value is returned. The values in the first column of range must be placed in ascending sort order; otherwise, VLOOKUP may not give the correct value. If lookup_type is FALSE and lookup_value is text, then you can use the wildcard characters, question mark (?) and asterisk (*). If you want to find an actual question mark or asterisk, type a tilde (~) preceding the character.
  • If match_type is 1, MATCH finds the largest value that is less than or equal to lookup_value. Lookup_array must be placed in ascending order: ...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ..., A-Z, FALSE, TRUE.If match_type is 0, MATCH finds the first value that is exactly equal to lookup_value. Lookup_array can be in any order.If match_type is -1, MATCH finds the smallest value that is greater than or equal to lookup_value. Lookup_array must be placed in descending order: TRUE, FALSE, Z-A, ...2, 1, 0, -1, -2, ..., and so on.If match_type is omitted, it is assumed to be 1.
  • If range contains only one row or column, the corresponding row_num or column_num argument is optional.If row has more than one row and more than one column, and only row_num or column_num is used, INDEX returns an array of the entire row or column in array.
  • Fields enclosed by «Field»Notice «Next Record» tag that used in the beginning of each labelbut first one
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    • 1. By Khaled Al-Shamaa
    • 2. Relative & Absolute References Absolute ranges have a $ character before the column portion of the reference and/or the row portion of the reference. The $ character indicates to Excel that it should not increment the column and/or row reference as you fill a range with a formula or as you copy a range. For example A1 is a relative range, while $A$1 is an absolute range. 2
    • 3. Lookup Functions - VLOOKUP Searches for a value in the first column of a table array and returns a value in the same row from another column in the table array. VLOOKUP(value, range, column, type)  Value: the value to search in the first column of the range.  Range: two or more columns of data.  Column: the column number in the range from which the matching value must be returned.  Type: If TRUE or omitted, an exact or approximate match is returned. If FALSE, will only find an exact match. 3
    • 4. Lookup Functions - HLOOKUP Searches for a value in the top row of a range of values, and then returns a value in the same column from a row you specify in the range. Use HLOOKUP when your comparison values are located in a row across the top of a table of data, and you want to look down a specified number of rows. Use VLOOKUP if your comparison values are located in a column to the left of the data you want to find. 4
    • 5. Lookup Functions - MATCH Returns the relative position of an item in a range that matches a specified value in a specified order. Use MATCH instead of one of the LOOKUP functions when you need the position of an item in a range instead of the item itself. MATCH(lookup_value, lookup_range, match_type) If match_type is 0, MATCH finds the first value that is exactly equal to lookup_value. 5
    • 6. Lookup Functions - INDEX Returns a value from within a range. INDEX(range, row_num, column_num)  Row_num selects the row in array from which to return a value.  Column_num selects the column in array from which to return a value. 6
    • 7. Finding/Removing Duplicates Excel 2007 offers new methods for finding duplicates. Select the range. From the Home ribbon, choose Conditional Formatting, Highlight Cells Rules, then Duplicate Values and click OK. To remove duplicated values, select a cell in your data set. From the Data ribbon, choose Remove Duplicates. The Remove Duplicates dialog will give you a list of columns. Choose the columns which should be considered. 7
    • 8. Finding/Removing Duplicates 8
    • 9. Data Validation (1) Ensuring valid data entry is an important task. You may want to restrict data entry to a certain range of dates, limit choices by using a list, or make sure that only positive whole numbers are entered.  Select one or more cells to validate. On the Data tab, click Data Validation. The Data Validation dialog box displayed.  Click the Settings tab and specify the type of validation that you want. 9
    • 10. Data Validation (2) 10
    • 11. Generate Labels (1) Save and close your Excel field book, then go and open Microsoft Word! Go to Mailings tab, Select Recipients, then “Use Existing Lists…” item where you have to browse to your Excel field book, you have to select related sheet. Once you define source of your data, click “Labels…” item in “Start Mail Merge”, then select your label vendor and type (even you can define custom one). 11
    • 12. Generate Labels (2) 12
    • 13. Generate Labels (3) 13
    • 14. Generate Labels (4) In the first cell of resulted table, define how you would like it to look like, you can use “Insert Merge Field” to get data from your field book. Once you finalize formatting your first label, click on “Update Labels” to implement it on all labels. Click on “Preview Results” and you will be ready to print labels. 14
    • 15. Generate Labels (5) 15
    • 16. Generate Labels (6) 16
    • 17. Generate Labels (7) 17
    • 18. Thank You 18 18

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