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macOS and Windows Excel Shortcut: Toggle absolute and relative references | Exceljet

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/04/20

Since I tend to forget the Mac shortcut (the Windows one feels like it is in my autonomic nervous system):

  • F4    Windows shortcut
  • ⌘T   Mac shortcut 
While editing a formula, this shortcut toggles cell references from relative to absolute, to partially absolute, back to relative again: A1 –> $A$1 –> A$1— > $A1 — > A1 It’s much faster and easier than typing $ characters manually.
To convert an existing formula, enter cell edit mode, place the cursor in or next to the reference you’d like to convert, then use the shortcut.
Note: in Excel 2016 for the Mac, you can also use fn + F4. 

Source: Excel Shortcut: Toggle absolute and relative references | Exceljet

–jeroen

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Quickly See All the Formulas in Excel with This Shortcut

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/04/13

Toggle between regular view and view all formulas in a worksheet via [WayBack] Quickly See All the Formulas in Excel with This Shortcut which I wish I had known years ago:

  • Windows: Ctrl + ` (the acute accent key, found next to the number 1 on your keyboard).
  • MacOS: Cmd + `

Found using image search macos excel show all formulas – Google Search

–jeroen

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Posted in Apple, Excel, Mac, Mac OS X / OS X / MacOS, MacBook, MacBook Retina, MacBook-Air, MacBook-Pro, macOS 10.12 Sierra, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, Office, Office 2011 for Mac, Power User | Leave a Comment »

Excel formula: SUMIFS with multiple criteria and OR logic | Exceljet

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/03/31

As I need this one day:

To sum based on multiple criteria using OR logic, you can use the SUMIFS function with an array constant. In the example shown, the formula in H6 is:

=SUM(SUMIFS(E4:E11,D4:D11,{"complete","pending"}))

Source: [WayBackExcel formula: SUMIFS with multiple criteria and OR logic | Exceljet

–jeroen

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Removing “Workbook Contains Macros” Prompt – Free Excel\VBA Help Forum

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/22

This indeed was an Excel 2011 for Mac thing.

Even without macros or VBA modules, Excel 2011 for Mac shows this dialog when opening a .xls file.

The solution was simple: save as .xlsx.

–jeroen

via [WayBack] Removing “Workbook Contains Macros” Prompt – Free Excel\VBA Help Forum

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How to Extract a Number or Text from Excel with this Function

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/11/11

Lots of fuzz, but the formula towards the end worked:

=SUMPRODUCT(MID(0&A1,LARGE(INDEX(ISNUMBER(--MID(A1,ROW($1:$25),1))*
ROW($1:$25),0),ROW($1:$25))+1,1)*10^ROW($1:$25)/10)

Source: [Archive.isHow to Extract a Number or Text from Excel with this Function

More of those at [WayBack] Extract Only Numbers From Text String

–jeroen

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