## Using AUTOFILL in Excel – Part 2

(click here for Part 1) Paste Formulas Another way that you can autofill a formula across multiple cells is to Paste

(click here for Part 1) Paste Formulas Another way that you can autofill a formula across multiple cells is to Paste

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The Autofill button is one of the simplest, yet greatest tools in Excel. There are a variety of different ways to use the

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There are many functions in Excel that contain “count” in the name. What are the differences? In this blog post

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What it does: The SUMIF() Functions sum together values based on criteria you provide. Plain English: The SUMIF() formula is

Comparison operators are very helpful in Excel to force a Boolean result from a formula. Once we test two values against each

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What it does: The COUNTA() function counts the number of cells that are not blank Plain English: This function is similar to

What it does: The COUNTIF() function counts the number of cells that meet a certain criteria. Plain English: This function is

What it does: The COUNT() function counts the cells that contain numbers. Plain English: There are many types of COUNT

What it does: The MIN() function returns the smallest value in a list of numbers. Plain English: You may be working with a

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