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This is just how EXCEL behaves. You can see the behaviour quite simple by: make sure Cell A1 is blank/empty. put this formula into B1: =A1 note how B1 shows a value of "0". put this formula into C1: =IF(ISBLANK(A1),"",A1) You can use that similar ISBLANK check in your original query. =IF(K14<>"",VLOOKUP(K14,Sheet132!\$A\$2:\$E\$333,3,FALSE),if(...

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I think the formula =RIGHT(A2,1) will do what you want. If there might be a space at the end of the text, you could use =RIGHT(TRIM(A2,1)) to ignore the space. If you want something even more understandable, format your data as a table. Select all your data, go to Home→Styles→Format As Table, and make sure the "My Table has Headers" checkbox is selected. ...

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In C1: =COUNTIFS(A:A,A1,B:B,FALSE)=0 Then copy down.

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You need to bracket the dates with greater than and less than: =SUMIFS(Spending!C:C,Spending!D:D,C1,Spending!A:A,">=" & DATE(YEAR(D1),MONTH(D1),1),Spending!A:A,"<=" & EOMONTH(D1,0)) For reference Spending sheet:

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One question at a time. For the first one, try Countif() like this for a count of the value. =COUNTIF(A:A,"*"&A1&"*") If you want to mark the rows where the value appears, try in B1 and copy down =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH(\$A\$1,A7)),"found","") For the other issue, please open a new question and explain what you want to achieve.

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you could use the formula: =MIN(IF(COUNTIF(D4:AB4,">0")<3,C4,IF(COUNTIF(D4:AB4,">0")<=5,SUM(IF(D4:AB4>0,D4:AB4-36))/COUNTIF(D4:AB4,">0"),SUM(IF(COLUMN(D4:AB4)=LARGE(IF(D4:AB4>0,COLUMN(D4:AB4)),ROW(\$1:\$5)),D4:AB4-36)/5))*0.9),20) This is an array formula and must be confirmed with ctrl+shift+enter! This fomula simply can be copied ...

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This can be accomplished with conditional formatting on the TRUE cells in latest_action. All these formulas are created within a table, see this link if you're not sure how to make one, and this link for how I did the cell references. My formulas in each column are: count: =COUNTIF([membership_number],[@[membership_number]]) sub_rank: =SUMPRODUCT(([...

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