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Written by Puneet for Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Excel 2013, Excel 2016, Excel 2019, Excel for MacTable of Content Close1. Excel String (Text) Functions2. Excel Date Functions3. Excel Time Functions4. Excel Logical Functions5. Excel Math Functions6. Excel Statistical Functions7. Excel Lookup Functions8. Excel Information Functions9. Excel Financial FunctionsMore Excel Tutorials

## 1. Excel String (Text) Functions

• FIND Function: Returns the starting position of a text string in another text string (case sensitive).
• LEFT Function: Returns the string from another string starting from the left.
• LEN Function: Counts the number of characters from the value supplied.
• LOWER Function: Converts a text into lower case.
• MID Function: Returns a substring from a string using a specific position and number of characters.
• PROPER Function: Convert a text to a proper case text.
• REPT Function: Repeats a value several times.
• RIGHT Function: Returns the string from another string starting from the right.
• SEARCH Function: Returns the starting position of a text string in another text string (case sensitive).
• UPPER Function: Convert a text into an upper case text.

## 2. Excel Date Functions

• DATE Function: Returns a valid date using the day, month, and year supplied.
• DATEDIF Function: Calculates the difference between two dates.
• DATEVALUE Function: Converts a date that is formatted as text into an actual date.
• DAY Function: Returns the day from the date supplied.
• DAYS Function: Returns the count of days between two dates.
• EDATE Function: Returns a date after adding/subtracting months from the supplied date.
• EOMONTH Function: Returns the end of the month date from a future month or a past month.
• MONTH Function: Returns the month from the date supplied.
• NETWORKDAYS Function: Count of days between the start date and end date, excluding weekends and holidays.
• NETWORKDAYS.INTL Function: Count of days between the start date and end date, excluding weekends (Custom), and holidays.

## 3. Excel Time Functions

• HOUR Function: Returns the hours from the time supplied.
• MINUTE Function: Returns the minutes from the time supplied.
• NOW Function: Returns the current date and time.
• SECOND Function: Returns the seconds from the time supplied.
• TIME Function: Returns a valid time using the hours, minutes, and seconds supplied.
• TIMEVALUE Function: Convert a time value that is stored as text into actual time.

## 4. Excel Logical Functions

• AND Function: Test multiple conditions and return TRUE if all the conditions are TRUE.
• FALSE Function: Returns the boolean value FALSE.
• IF Function: Tests a condition and returns a value if that condition is TRUE else some other value.
• IFERROR Function: Tests a value for an error and returns the specified value if an error occurred, else returns the original value.
• IFNA Function: Tests a value for #N/A error and returns the specified value if the error occurred, else returns the original value.
• NOT Function: Reverse a logical result/value.
• OR Function: Test multiple conditions and return TRUE if any of the conditions are TRUE.
• TRUE Function: Returns the boolean value TRUE.

## 5. Excel Math Functions

• ABS Function: Converts a number into an absolute number.
• EVEN Function: Rounds a number to the nearest even number.
• INT Function: Returns the integer part from the value supplied.
• MOD Function: Returns the remainder value after dividing a number with a divisor.
• MROUND Function: Rounds a number to a given multiple.
• RAND Function: Returns a random number ranging from 0 to 1.
• SUM Function: Sum the value supplied.
• SUMIF Function: Sum the value supplied using the condition specified.
• SUMIFS Function: Sum the value supplied using the multiple conditions specified.
• SUMPRODUCT Function: Multiply and sum the array values.
• TRUNC Function: Returns a number after truncating the original number.

## 6. Excel Statistical Functions

• AVERAGE Function: Calculates the average of the supplied numeric values.
• AVERAGEA Function: Calculates the average of the supplied numeric values, Boolean, and numbers formatted as text.
• AVERAGEIF Function: Calculates the average of the numbers based on the conditions you specify.
• AVERAGEIFS Function: Calculates the average of the numbers based on the multiple conditions you specify.
• COUNT Function: Counts the supplied numeric values.
• COUNTA Function: Counts the supplied values except for blanks.
• COUNTBLANK Function: Counts the blank values.
• COUNTIF Function: Counts the values supplied using the condition specified.
• COUNTIFS Function: Counts the values supplied using the multiple conditions specified.
• MAX Function: Returns the maximum value from a list of values.
• MIN Function: Returns the minimum value from a list of values.

## 7. Excel Lookup Functions

• ADDRESS Function: Creates a valid cell reference as per the supplied row and column.
• AREAS Function: Counts the number of ranges in the supplied reference.
• CHOOSE Function: Returns a value from a list of values using the index number.
• COLUMN Function: Returns the column number of the referred cell.
• COLUMNS Function: Count columns referred to in the supplied range.
• FORMULATEXT Function: Returns the formulas from the cell referred to.
• HLOOKUP Function: Lookups for a value in the top row of a table and returns the value from the same column using an index number.
• INDEX Function: Returns a value from a list using the index number of that value in the list.
• INDIRECT Function: Create a valid cell reference from the text supplied.
• LOOKUP Function: Lookup for a valuer from a row, column, or array.
• MATCH Function: Returns the index number of the value from the list of values.
• OFFSET Function: Returns a reference to a range which is a specific number of rows and columns away from a cell or range of cells.
• ROW Function: Returns the row number of the referred cell.
• ROWS Function: Count rows referred to in the supplied range.
• TRANSPOSE Function: Changes the orientation of a range.
• VLOOKUP Function: Lookups for a value in the first column of a table and returns the value from the same row of the matched value using the index number.

## 8. Excel Information Functions

• CELL Function: Returns specific information about the cell referred to.
• ERROR.TYPE Function: Returns a number that represents the error.
• INFO Function: Returns information about the current operating environment.
• ISBLANK Function: Checks if the supplied value is blank and returns TRUE.
• ISERR Function: Checks if the supplied value is an error other than #N/A and returns TRUE.
• ISERROR Function: Checks if the supplied value is an error and returns TRUE.
• ISEVEN Function: Checks if the supplied value is an even number and returns TRUE.
• ISFORMULA Function: Checks if the supplied value is a formula and returns TRUE.
• ISLOGICAL Function: Checks if the supplied value is logical value and returns TRUE.
• ISNA Function: Checks if the supplied value is an #N/A and returns TRUE.
• ISNONTEXT Function: Checks if the supplied value is a non-text value and returns TRUE.
• ISNUMBER Function: Checks if the supplied value is a number and returns TRUE.
• ISODD Function: Checks if the supplied value is an odd number and returns TRUE.
• ISREF Function: Checks if the supplied value is a reference and returns TRUE.
• ISTEXT Function: Checks if the supplied value is a text and returns TRUE.
• N Function: Converts a boolean to a number.
• NA Function: Returns the #N/A.
• SHEET Function: Returns the sheet number of the referred cell.
• SHEETS Function: Counts the number of sheets in the reference.
• TYPE Function: Checks a value for an error and returns a number to represent it.

## 9. Excel Financial Functions

• FV Function: Calculates the future value of an investment.
• PMT Function: Calculate a periodic payment of loan which you need to pay.
• PV Function: Calculates the present value of financial investment or a loan.

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