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Functions with Conditional Logic in Excel: Chapter Summary
If you want to add cells, look at the average of the cells or count the number of cells within a specific Excel range, this set of video lessons might be for you. Our experts will show you all the steps for success through these instructional videos. Each lesson has a short quiz to give you feedback on your progress. Watch each video as many times as you need, or read the accompanying transcripts, until you've got these functions down pat.
Lessons include the following:
- Using the SUMIF Excel function
- Putting the AVERAGEIF function into play
- Using the COUNTIF function
(Note: All demonstrations in this chapter will be using Microsoft Excel 2013. Certain features, tools, or displays may be different in other versions.)
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1. How to Use the SUMIF Function in Excel
When you need to sum numbers that meet a specific criteria in Excel, the SUMIF function is the ticket. This lesson will help you to understand the SUMIF function and how to use it in a formula.
2. How to Use the AVERAGEIF Function in Excel
If you need to take your AVERAGE function to the next step, adding the IF function will give you more power. This lesson will first review the basic AVERAGE function, then demonstrate using examples, how to include IF in your formulas.
3. How to Use the COUNTIF Function in Excel
When you need write a formula to total the number of cells in a range, where the values meet a very specific criteria, you want to use the COUNTIF function. You will learn in this lesson how to use COUNTIF in Excel.
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