constrain

  1. jase71ds

    An Elegant Solution to Setting Evaluation Constraints

    This isn't a question - just wanted to share a solution I came up with. Others have probably come up with the same solution, but I was pleased with myself for figuring it out on my own. Plus, it was fun! If I want to constrain a formula output, say between +100% and -100%, one popular way to do...
  2. D

    SumProduct within a date range

    Hey Gang, I'm pretty stuck on this one. I have a well working SUMPRODUCT statement that effectively returns a total (much like a SUMIFs can), yet excludes certain instances based on checking for values from another area. This works perfectly...

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