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With the help of three functions most Excel users seldom use -- INT, MOD, and CEILING -- you can round Excel time values to any increment you want.

How to Round Time in Excel to Any Increment

Several years ago, a reader asked whether it's possible to use the ROUND function to round times quarter- or half-hour increments. I gave him a...
Here are nineteen examples of common date calculations used in Excel reports and analyses, using worksheet functions like DATE, EDATE, EOMONTH, and others.

Nineteen Date Calculations in Excel

Excel reports and analyses typically include date calculations. But many Excel users have large gaps in their knowledge about this topic. So in this article,...
This table summarizes the performance of Excel's worksheet functions primarily designed to work with dates

Overview of Excel’s Date Functions

At last count, Excel 365 offers 25 worksheet functions that return date or time information. The links are to the Microsoft help topics for each...

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To reduce errors in reports, you should foot and cross-foot them. But Excel's floating-point arithmetic gets in the way. Here's how to fix the problem with a standard deviation calculation.

How to Foot and Cross-Foot Excel Reports in a Floating-Point World

At first glance, the following report is an ordinary one. It merely sums an Excel Table by Product and Region, and then foots and...

Excel’s XLOOKUP Function Explained

Excel's XLOOKUP function searches a range or an array, and returns an item corresponding to the first match it finds. If a match doesn't...

Excel’s VLOOKUP Function Explained

Excel's VLOOKUP function looks in the first column of an array and moves across the row to return the value of a cell. VLOOKUP is...
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