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## Excel XLOOKUP function (part one)

The new Excel XLOOKUP function was introduced in the July 2020 Excel 365 semi-annual update.  It isn’t available in older versions (Excel 2019 and earlier).  The July 2020 update was

## Excel SEQUENCE Function

This tutorial uses a single Excel SEQUENCE function to create a perpetual calendar. Includes sample files and a step-by-step guide.

## An Excel formula to get the week of the month

This article shows you how to create an Excel formula to get the week of month from a date, as well as how to get the week of year from a date.

## Use the LAMBDA function and DYNAMIC ARRAYS to construct a roulette simulator

In this step-by-step tutorial Excelâ€™s Lambda function and Dynamic Array feature are used to develop a full professional-grade Excel application.

## Use the SUMIF and COUNTIF functions to create conditional totals

How to use VLOOKUP to search for a piece of text and return a matching value. This article also explains what VLOOKUP is and when to use it.

## VLOOKUP using text strings

How to use VLOOKUP to search for a piece of text and return a matching value. This article also explains what VLOOKUP is and when to use it.

## Separating text and numbers in Excel

This article shows three different ways of separating text and numbers in Excel. You’ll see how to do this using Flash Fill, Text to Columns and formulas.

## Subtracting percentages in Excel

This article explains how Excel handles percentages and shows you how to subtract a percentage from a number in Excel using two different methods.