Introduction DAYS360 function in Excel is a type of DATE/TIME function. It gives value of the number of days falling between two dates by considering a 360 days year. It does so by considering every month of the year to be consisting of 30 days. This function can be applied to find the number of the days from the date READ MORE

## How to use Excel CONCAT Function

Introduction CONCAT in excel is a text/string function. This function is used to merge several text strings or ranges. This function was included in Excel 2016 and available in later versions, it replaced CONCATENATE function. This function does not include delimiter/Ignore Empty arguments. Syntax =CONCAT(Text1, Text2, ….) Arguments Text1: It is the text values which will be merged together, can READ MORE

## How to use Excel DBCS Function

Introduction DBCS function in excel is a text/string function. Its full form is (Double Byte Character Set). This function is used to convert single byte characters into double byte characters in a text string. This function is useful for multiple languages and unique characters. Half width characters are converted to full width characters. For example, =DBCS(“PRINCE) gives PRINCE as the READ MORE

## How to use Excel DOLLAR Function

Introduction DOLLAR in excel is a text/string function. This function converts a numeric value into text value using Currency Format and it also rounds off decimal places to the value specified. The currency character used is dependent on the local languages settings. Format which this function uses is$#,##0.00_);($#,##0.00). For example, 12 is converted to $12 by using the formula =DOLLAR(12) READ MORE

## How to use Excel CEILING.PRECISE function

Introduction CEILING.PRECISE function in excel is a Math/Trig function. It is a worksheet function. It rounds up the given function to a defined multiple or the nearest integer. It is different from CEILING function in the sense that whatever may be the sign of the number, it always rounds up. By default it uses 1 as a multiple. For example, READ MORE

## How to use Excel FORMULATEXT function

Introduction FORMULATEXT function in excel is a Math/Trig function. It is a worksheet function. This function is used to retrieve a formula from a reference in form of a text string. Syntax =FORMULATEXT(Reference) Arguments Reference- t is the reference made to a range or cell. Keynotes Reference argument can be from other worksheet also. If the other worksheet to which READ MORE

## How to use Excel CEILING.MATH function

Introduction CEILING.MATH function in excel is a Math/Trig function. It is a worksheet function. It rounds up the given function to a defined multiple. For example, number 1.5 is rounded up to nearest multiple of 1 by formula =CEILING.MATH(1.5,1) which gives 2 as the result. CEILING.MATH function is different from CEILING as it uses 1 as a default multiple and READ MORE

## HOW TO USE EXCEL IFS FUNCTION

Introduction IFS comes in the category of logical functions. IFS function can be used for logical comparison of values and to get the first result when the comparison is TRUE and second result when the comparison is FALSE. IFS function can do multiple tests in a single run and is a very good alternative of nested IF function. It is READ MORE

## Employee attendance sheet in excel with formula

Attendance management is the crucial part for Human resource department. This is required for leave balance calculation and salary processing. In case of a small organization with few employees, this can be maintained in the excel template. This attendance sheet in excel with formula will help in leave and attendance management of employees with visualization dashboard. Before using this template, READ MORE

## How to use Excel CLEAN Function

Introduction CLEAN in excel is a text/string function. This function cleans non printable elements and line breaks in a text. It can be used to omit non printable elements from text that has been imported from other software or online links, which is not usable in your operating system. For example, ($week©) can be cleaned by using =CLEAN($week©) formula which READ MORE