Spill Range Operator

Spill Range Operator

With the introduction of the dynamic arrays and spill concepts, Microsoft has also released a spill range operator (#). This operator is designed to reference spill ranges dynamically. For example, the cell D3 has =UNIQUE(B3:B16) formula which spills the return values...
Dynamic Arrays

Dynamic Arrays

Dynamic arrays can populate a range of cells from the values of an array. With dynamic arrays, any formula that returns an array of values will spill the results into the adjacent empty cells automatically. You can create tools like interactive pricing applications...

How to speed up lookup formulas

Lookup functions are extremely useful when working with large data sets. Although they almost always work instantaneously with small data, larger data sets is when things can get rough in terms of performance, as large operations can require more computational power....
How to compare two columns in Excel

How to compare two columns in Excel

Comparing the data in two different columns is a frequently used method in data analysis. In Excel, you can compare using formulas or highlighting. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to compare two columns in Excel using these two methods. Compare two columns...
How to wrap text in Excel

How to wrap text in Excel

By default, Excel will cut off the characters that don’t fit into a certain space. An alternative approach is wrapping the text to fully display it by increasing the cell height. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to wrap text in Excel. These methods...