# Dane_Christian_Belarmino Profile

Join Date:

2011-08-15

### Blogs Owned

## 1 - ExcelFormulas.me

This is a tutorial blog on Excel formulas and functions I manually maintain. I make templates, .. Pivot Tables but not VBAs

Other Tags: excel functions, excel formulas, excel tutorials, microsoft excel, microsoft excel help

### Latest Blog Posts

- Formula to Extract the Nth word in ExcelExtract the Nth Word in Excel The formula:=MID(A1,FIND(“*”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,”*”,3))+1,17-FIND(“*”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,”*”,3))-1) When I say nth, that means the second, third or fo...
- Formula to Extract the Nth word in ExcelExtract the Nth Word in Excel The formula:=MID(A1,FIND(“*”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,”*”,3))+1,17-FIND(“*”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,”*”,3))-1) When I say nth, that means the second, third or fo...
- Formula to Extract the Nth word in ExcelExtract the Nth Word in Excel The formula:=MID(A1,FIND(“*”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,”*”,3))+1,17-FIND(“*”,SUBSTITUTE(A1,” “,”*”,3))-1) When I say nth, that means the second, third or fo...
- Formula to Extract the Last Word in ExcelExtract the Last Word in Excel How to extract the last word in Excel is pretty similar to my other tutorial Formula to extract the first or second word in Excel. Similar. But not the same. If there were only two words in a cell, it would be just th...
- Formula to Extract the Last Word in ExcelExtract the Last Word in Excel How to extract the last word in Excel is pretty similar to my other tutorial Formula to extract the first or second word in Excel. Similar. But not the same. If there were only two words in a cell, it would be just th...
- Formula to Extract the Last Word in ExcelExtract the Last Word in Excel How to extract the last word in Excel is pretty similar to my other tutorial Formula to extract the first or second word in Excel. Similar. But not the same. If there were only two words in a cell, it would be just th...
- Concatenate in Excel – How to Combine CellsConcatenate in Excel How to concatenate in Excel can be done in two ways: by using an ampersand (&) and the CONCATENATE function. What happens when we concatenate cells? By concatenating, we join or combine up to 255 text strings into one text st...
- Concatenate in Excel – How to Combine CellsConcatenate in Excel How to concatenate in Excel can be done in two ways: by using an ampersand (&) and the CONCATENATE function. What happens when we concatenate cells? By concatenating, we join or combine up to 255 text strings into one text st...
- Concatenate in Excel – How to Combine CellsConcatenate in Excel How to concatenate in Excel can be done in two ways: by using an ampersand (&) and the CONCATENATE function. What happens when we concatenate cells? By concatenating, we join or combine up to 255 text strings into one text st...
- How to CONCATENATE/Combine Cells in ExcelHow do we Concatenate in Excel? How to concatenate in Excel can be done in two ways: by using an ampersand (&) and the CONCATENATE function. What does concatenate in Excel do? By concatenating, we join or combine up to 255 text strings into one t...
- Concatenate in Excel – How to Combine CellsConcatenate in Excel How to combine Cells How to concatenate in Excel can be done in two ways: by using an ampersand (&) and the CONCATENATE function. What happens when we concatenate cells? By concatenating, we join or combine up to 255 text str...
- Formula to Find the Highest Number in ExcelFind the highest number in excel Finding the highest or largest number or value in excel is pretty easy. MAX function is the solution. Its syntax is =MAX(number1,[number2],…) and so on and so forth. That syntax is according to Microsoft Excel.
- Formula to Find the Highest Number in ExcelFind the highest number in excel Finding the highest or largest number or value in excel is pretty easy. MAX function is the solution. Its syntax is =MAX(number1,[number2],…) and so on and so forth. That syntax is according to Microsoft Excel.
- Formula to Find the Highest Number in ExcelSo how do we find the highest number in excel? Finding the highest or largest number or value in excel is pretty easy. MAX function is the solution. Its syntax is =MAX(number1,[number2],…) and so on and so forth. That syntax is according to Mic...
- Excel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functionsExcel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions return a specific number of characters from a text string, starting at the position you specify, based on the number of characters you specify. Apparently, the difference among the three is on whether you want t...
- Formula to extract the first or second word in ExcelIn my previous post I about Excel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions I discussed that these functions can be used to truncate a text in excel but did not elaborate as how they can be used to return just the first or second word in excel. So what is the...
- Excel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functionsExcel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions return a specific number of characters from a text string, starting at the position you specify, based on the number of characters you specify. Apparently, the difference among the three is on whether you want t...
- Excel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functionsExcel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions return a specific number of characters from a text string, starting at the position you specify, based on the number of characters you specify. Apparently, the difference among the three is on whether you want t...
- Formula to extract the first or second word in ExcelIn my previous post I about Excel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions I discussed that these functions can be used to truncate a text in excel but did not elaborate as how they can be used to return just the first or second word in excel. So what is the...
- Formula to extract the first or second word in ExcelIn my previous post I about Excel LEFT, RIGHT and MID functions I discussed that these functions can be used to truncate a text in excel but did not elaborate as how they can be used to return just the first or second word in excel. So what is the...