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Tom Ogilvy

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Selected as an Excel MVP by Microsoft since 1999. Answering Excel questions in Allexperts since its inception in 2001. Able to answer questions on almost all aspects of Excel's internal capabilities. If seeking a VBA solution, please specify that in your question itself so I give you the answer you want. [Excel has weak protection - if you are distributing an application, I don't answer questions on how to protect your project from your users.]

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Extensive experience.

Education/Credentials

Master of Science (MS) degree Operations Research (ORSA)

Awards and Honors

Microsoft MVP in Excel.

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Recent Answers from Tom Ogilvy

2017-02-19 Microsoft Excel--permutation, summation and more:

RJ,    There is no built in support for doing what you ask.  There is a combin function which will provide the number of combinations:   =Combin(8,2) = 28       You can use this code to generate what you

2017-02-16 Nested vlookups in IFERROR(IF(SEARCH:

 then you would probably need the verbose formula and add code to remove the "CHD" in the formula (when it is there).         =IF(countif(B2,"*CHD*")=0,("192.168."&(VLOOKUP(B2,AnotherSheetSameWorkBook!$B$2:$P$237

2017-02-16 Nested vlookups in IFERROR(IF(SEARCH:

Arvinder,    Lets look at what you asked in your first post:     ("192.168."&(VLOOKUP(B2,AnotherSheetSameWorkBook!$B$2:$P$237,13,FALSE)) & "." & (VLOOKUP(B2,AnotherSheetSameWorkBook!$B$2:$P$237,12,FALSE)))

2017-02-15 Nested vlookups in IFERROR(IF(SEARCH:

Bobby,    Instead of using  =IFERROR(IF(SEARCH("*XYZ",B2),"XYZ"),"ABC")  to replace the reference to B2 in your formula, I would use       IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("XYZ",B2)),"XYZ","ABC")        Applied to your

2017-02-13 Returning Trues and Falses if a cell contains:

Kiritawhita,    As I understand the question, you want to see a True if all cells in the specified range contain a command and false if at least one cell in the specified range does not contain a comma

 

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