Category Archives: Functions

SWITCH or IFS

In the previous post, we learned that the SWITCH function allows us to look at a value and then return different results based on that value. But, what if instead of looking at one specific value, we need to consider multiple values in order to determine which result to return? Traditionally, we may have approached […]


CHOOSE or SWITCH

For decades, Excel users have had the CHOOSE function and it has been able to power some wonderful formulas. But recently, we received the SWITCH function which provides much more flexibility. From a high level, both functions enable us to analyze a value and then return various results based on that value. But, SWITCH offers […]








Create Dependent Drop-Downs with Spill Ranges

A while ago, I wrote about creating dependent (aka cascading, dynamic, or conditional) drop-downs using data validation. This is where you have a primary drop-down, and the choices in the related secondary drop-down depend on the selection made in the first drop-down. Well, this process became MUCH easier with the introduction of dynamic array functions […]