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IS functions: ISBLANK, ISERR, ISERROR, ISLOGICAL, ISNA, ISNONTEXT, ISNUMBER, ISREF, ISTEXT

What is IS function in Excel? IS functions, ISBLANK, ISERR, ISERROR, ISLOGICAL, ISNA, ISNONTEXT, ISNUMBER, ISREF, ISTEXT are under the Information functions in Microsoft Excel. Each of these functions, referred to collectively as the IS functions, checks the specified value and returns TRUE or FALSE depending on the outcome. For example, the ISBLANK function returns the logical value TRUE if the value argument is a reference…

Check if range contains a value not in another range in Excel

To test if a range contains any values (i.e. at least one value) not in another range, you can use the SUMPRODUCT function with MATCH and ISNA. The MATCH function receives a single lookup value, and returns a single match if any. In this case, however, we are giving MATCH an array for lookup value, so it will return an…

Get work hours between dates custom schedule in Excel

To calculate work hours between two dates with a custom schedule, you can use a formula based on the WEEKDAY and SUMPRODUCT functions, with help from ROW, INDIRECT, and MID. Formula =SUMPRODUCT(MID(schedule,WEEKDAY (ROW(INDIRECT(start&”:”&end))),1)*ISNA (MATCH(ROW(INDIRECT(start&”:”&end)),holidays,0))) Explanation In the example shown, the formula in F8 is: =SUMPRODUCT(MID(D6,WEEKDAY(ROW (INDIRECT(B6&”:”&C6))),1)*ISNA(MATCH (ROW(INDIRECT(B6&”:”&C6)),holidays,0))) Which returns 36 hours, based on a custom schedule where 8 hours are…

VLOOKUP without #N/A error in Excel

This tutorial shows how to calculate VLOOKUP without #N/A error in Excel using the example below; Formula =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(value,table,2,FALSE),””) Explanation To hide the #N/A error that VLOOKUP throws when it can’t find a value, you can use the IFERROR function to catch the error and return any value you like. How the formula works When VLOOKUP can’t find a value in…

Match first error in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Match first error in Excel using the example below; Formula {=MATCH(TRUE,ISERROR(range),0)} Explanation If you need to match the first error in a range of cells, you can use an array formula based on the MATCH and ISERROR functions. In the example shown, the formula is: {=MATCH(TRUE,ISERROR(B4:B11),0)} This is an array formula, and must be entered…

Find missing values in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Find missing values in Excel using the example below; Formula =IF(COUNTIF(list,value),”OK”,”Missing”) Explanation If you want to find out what values in one list are missing from another list, you can use a  simple formula based on the COUNTIF function. The COUNTIF function counts cells that meet supplied criteria, returning the number of occurrences found. If…

Count missing values in Excel

This tutorial shows how to calculate Count missing values in Excel using the example below; Formula =SUMPRODUCT(–(COUNTIF(list1,list2)=0)) Explanation To count the values in one list that are missing from another list, you can use a formula based on the COUNTIF and SUMPRODUCT functions. In the example shown, the formula in H6 is: =SUMPRODUCT(–(COUNTIF(list1,list2)=0)) Which returns 1 since the value “Osborne”…

Count cells not equal to many things in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Count cells not equal to many things in Excel using the example below; Formula =SUMPRODUCT(–(ISNA(MATCH(data,exclude,0)))) Explanation To count cells not equal to any of many things, you can use a formula based on the MATCH, ISNA, and SUMPRODUCT functions. In the example shown, the formula in cell F5 is: =SUMPRODUCT(–(ISNA(MATCH(data,exclude,0)))) where “data” is the named range B5:B16…