- 5. The CONCATENATE
**Function**. This**function**is a good time saver when you need to combine data from 2 or more cells. Unlike the merge tool which physically merges two or more cells into a single cell, the concatenate**function**only combines the contents of the combined cells. - 2022. 7. 29. ·
**Excel**IF Formula**Excel**IF Formula IF**function**in**Excel**evaluates whether a given condition is met and returns a value depending on whether the result is “true” or “false”. It is a conditional**function**of**Excel**, which returns the - 2022. 6. 21. ·
**Function**and usage Description; ALL() Removes all filters everywhere. ALL() can only be used to clear filters but not to return a table. ALL(Table) Removes all filters from the specified table. In effect, ALL(Table) returns all of the values in the table, removing any filters from the context that otherwise might have been applied. - - The
**function's**return value: the**function**returns True if one of the arguments has a True value , the**function**returns False when**all**of the arguments have a False value . Attention: - The arguments must be a logical value or a reference to an array containing the logical value. **In**the syntax of**all****Excel****functions**, an argument enclosed in [square brackets] is optional, other arguments are required. Meaning, your Sum formula should include at least 1 number, reference to a cell or a range of cells. For example: =SUM(B2:B6) - adds up values in cells B2 through B6. =SUM(B2, B6) - adds up values in cells B2 and B6.