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## Excel TEXTJOIN and CONCAT

Excel TEXTJOIN and CONCAT functions are relatively new, and welcome additions to Excel’s plethora of functions. Both functions have been released with Excel 2016 as a replacement for the CONCATENATE function to make it easier to merge multiple text strings. In this...

## How to create dynamic images in Excel without VBA

Wouldn’t be nice if images in Excel updated automatically with certain prompts? In this guide, we’re going to show you how to create dynamic images in Excel. Download Workbook Preparing the Dynamic Images First, we need to place our images somewhere in the...

## RANK.AVG (RANK AVG) Function in Excel

RANK.AVG (RANK AVG) is a Statistical function that can return the rank of a given value, within the specified array of values. If there are values that share the same rank, the average rank of that set of values will be returned. In this guide, we’re going to show you...

## RANK EQ Excel Function (RANK.EQ)

The RANK.EQ function is a Statistical formula that returns the rank of a given value, within the specified array of values. If there is more than one values that share the same rank, the higher rank of that set of values is going to be returned by the formula. In this...

## AVERAGEA in Excel

The AVERAGEA in Excel is a Statistical function that can calculate and return the average (arithmetic mean) of the values of a range of cells. AVERAGEA differs from the AVERAGE function in its ability to include numbers in string format and logical values in the...

## 10 Things You Need to Know About the VLOOKUP Excel Function

In this guide we’re going to go over 10 things you should know about the frequently-used-yet-not-so-easy-to-use VLOOKUP Excel function. Although this guide mainly focuses on the VLOOKUP function, these tips also apply to the HLOOKUP function, which essentially...

## Excel SIGN Function

The Excel SIGN function is a Math & Trigonometry formula that returns the sign of the specified numeric value in its arguments. Need to identify outliers or any red flags in a data set? This function is perfect for that task! This function can be especially useful...