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Index and match on multiple columns in Excel

This tutorial shows how to calculate Index and match on multiple columns in Excel  using the example below; Formula {=INDEX(range1,MATCH(1,MMULT(–(range2=critera), TRANSPOSE(COLUMN(range2)^0)),0))} Explanation To lookup a value by matching across multiple columns, you can use an array formula based on the MMULT, TRANSPOSE, COLUMN, and INDEX. In the example shown, the formula in H4 is: {=INDEX(groups,MATCH(1,MMULT(–(names=G4), TRANSPOSE(COLUMN(names)^0)),0))} where “names” is the named range C4:E7, and…

Count cells that do not contain many strings in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Count cells that do not contain many strings in Excel using the example below; Formula {=SUM(1-(MMULT(–(ISNUMBER(SEARCH(TRANSPOSE (exclude),data))),ROW(exclude)^0)>0))} Explanation To count cells that do not contain many different strings, you can use a rather complex formula based on the MMULT function. In the example shown, the formula in F5 is: {=SUM(1-(MMULT(–(ISNUMBER(SEARCH(TRANSPOSE (exclude),data))),ROW(exclude)^0)>0))} where “data” is the named…

Count rows that contain specific values in Excel

This tutorial shows how to Count rows that contain specific values in Excel using the example below; Formula =SUM(–(MMULT(–(criteria),TRANSPOSE(COLUMN(data)))>0)) Explanation To count rows that contain specific values, you can use an array formula based on the MMULT, TRANSPOSE, COLUMN, and SUM functions. In the example shown, the formula in G5 is: {=SUM(–(MMULT(–(data=90),TRANSPOSE(COLUMN(data)))>0))} where data is the named range B4:B12. Note: this is an array formula and must be…

Count rows with at least n matching values

This tutorial shows how to Count rows with at least n matching values using the example below; Formula {=SUM(–(MMULT(–(criteria),TRANSPOSE(COLUMN(data)^0))>=N))} Explanation To count rows that contain specific values, you can use an array formula based on the MMULT, TRANSPOSE, COLUMN, and SUM functions. In the example shown, the formula in K6 is: {=SUM(–(MMULT(–((data)<70),TRANSPOSE(COLUMN(data)^0))>=2))} where data is the named range C5:I14. Note this is an array formula and must be…

How to use Excel TRANSPOSE Function

This Excel tutorial explains how to use the TRANSPOSE function with syntax and examples. Excel TRANSPOSE Function Description Microsoft Excel TRANSPOSE function returns a transposed range of cells. For example, a horizontal range of cells is returned if a vertical range is entered as a parameter. Or a vertical range of cells is returned if a horizontal range of cells is…