# Excel functions, page 8

## Calculating week number in Excel (WEEKNUM function)

In this short tutorial, we will briefly talk about the syntax and arguments of Excel WEEKNUM, and then discuss a few formula examples demonstrating how you can use the WEEKNUM function to calculate week numbers in your Excel worksheets. Continue reading

## Using MONTH and EOMONTH functions in Excel - formula examples

The tutorial explains the nuts and bolts of Excel MONTH and EOMONTH functions. You will find an array of formula examples demonstrating how to extract month from date in Excel, get the first and last day of the month, convert month name to number and more. Continue reading

## WEEKDAY, DAY and other functions to calculate days in Excel

In this tutorial, you will find lots of formula examples demonstrating the use of WEEKDAY, DAY and DAYS functions in Excel. See how to return a day of week from date, get the number of days in the year, find how many days are between two dates and more. Continue reading

## How to convert date to text in Excel with TEXT function and without formulas

The article explains how to use the Excel TEXT function and a variety of other ways to convert dates to text in Excel. Continue reading

## How to convert text to date and number to date in Excel

The tutorial explains how to use Excel functions to convert text to date and how to turn text strings into dates in a non-formula way. You will also learn how to quickly change a number to date format. Continue reading

## How to insert dates in Excel - add today's date, auto fill a column with dates

This tutorial demonstrates various ways of entering dates in Excel. See how to insert today's date and current time as static or dynamic values, how to auto populate a column or row with weekdays, and how to auto fill random dates in Excel. Continue reading

## How to change date format in Excel and create custom formatting

The first part of our tutorial focuses of formatting dates in Excel and explains how to set the default date and time formats, how to change date format in Excel, how to create custom date formatting, and convert your dates to another locale. Continue reading

## Excel array formula examples for beginners and advanced users

The tutorial focuses on Excel array formula examples and demonstrates how to use Excel functions that support calculations in arrays to count cells that meet several conditions, sum values in every Nth row, count any given character in a range, and more. Continue reading

## Excel array formulas, functions and constants - examples and guidelines

In this tutorial, you will learn what an Excel array formula is, how to enter it correctly in your worksheets, and how to use array constants and array functions in Excel. Continue reading

## How to count cells with text and characters in Excel

This tutorial shows how to count cells with text and characters in Excel 2010-2013. You will find several helpful Excel formulas for counting characters in one or several cells, character limits for cells and get a link to see how to get the number of cells that contain specific text. Continue reading

## INDEX function in Excel - 6 most efficient uses

In this tutorial, you will find a number of Excel INDEX formula examples that demonstrate the most efficient uses of INDEX in Excel. Continue reading

## Using OFFSET function in Excel - formula examples

The tutorial explains the arcane twists of the OFFSET function and covers the most efficient ways to use OFFSET in Excel. Continue reading

## How to use INDIRECT function in Excel - formula examples

This Excel INDIRECT tutorial explains the function's syntax, basic uses and provides a number of formula examples that demonstrate how to use INDIRECT in Excel. Continue reading

## How to calculate compound interest in Excel - formula for daily, monthly, yearly compounding

The tutorial explains the compound interest formula for Excel and provides examples of how to calculate the future value of the investment at annual, monthly or daily compounding interest rate. You will also find the detailed steps to create your own Excel compound interest calculator. Continue reading

## Using logical functions in Excel: AND, OR, XOR and NOT

Last week we tapped into the insight of Excel logical operators that are used to compare data in different cells. Today, you will see how to extend the use of logical operators and construct more elaborate logical tests to perform more complex calculations and more powerful data analysis. Excel logical functions such as AND, OR, XOR and NOT will help you in doing this. Continue reading

## Excel logical operators: equal to, not equal to, greater than, less than

Many tasks you perform in Excel involve comparing data in different cells. For this, Microsoft Excel provides six logical operators, which are also called comparison operators. This tutorial aims to help you understand the insight of Excel logical operators and write the most efficient formulas for your data analysis. Continue reading

## Excel IF statement with multiple AND/OR conditions, nested IF formulas, and more

The tutorial provides a variety of advanced IF formula examples that demonstrate how to use the Excel IF function with other functions, make nested IF formulas with multiple conditions, use IFERROR and IFNA. Continue reading

## Using IF function in Excel: formula examples for numbers, text, dates, blank cells

In this tutorial, we are going to learn the syntax and common usages of Excel IF function as well as discuss a few formula examples for text, dates and numbers that will hopefully prove helpful both to beginners and experienced Excel users. Continue reading

## How to use Excel SUMIFS and SUMIF with multiple criteria

This tutorial explains the difference between the SUMIF and SUMIFS functions in terms of their syntax and usage, and provides a number of formula examples to sum values with multiple AND / OR criteria in Excel. Continue reading

## How to use SUMIF function in Excel with formula examples

If you are faced with a task that requires conditional sum in Excel, the SUMIF function is what you need. It is a really great function that can help you make sense of an incomprehensible set of diverse data. Instead of adding up all numbers in a range, it lets you sum only those values that meet your criteria. Continue reading

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