CNTL + SHIFT + ENTER

Houstonwolf

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Why do some formulas have to be entered with the Control/Shift/Enter combination? What is the criteria or how would you decide if a particular formula required that combination? I don't think I've ever seen an explanation.

Thanks!
 

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Joe4

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Check out this topic in Excel help:

"About array formulas and how to enter them"
 

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