f100

  1. R

    =countif($f$2:$f100, f100)<2

    Members: Can you explain in words what this formula is doing. What I have is a list of values and in the same list there are duplicates. What the formula returns is always the first instance of the duplicate (true) then the rest (false). But can you explain logically what the formula is...
  2. R

    Highlight existing values

    Good night, I need a macro that verifies that values ​​that are in columns "A1: F100" exist in the range "H1: M80", if there is a highlight in the values ​​in column "A1: F100" in red. Thank you. Romulo
  3. A

    Adding multiple values in index match

    Good morning, I'm working on file that will show me the total requirement for a specific part on a specific day. Unfortunately there are multiple line items per part on a day. I need to find a way to return the total value on a specific day. I started with the below formula, but it only...

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