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contains a full description of the function, with examples of use and

details of common errors.

Alternatively, if you know the name of the function you are

interested in, you may prefer to select from the alphabetical

functions list.

Built-In VBA Functions

Excel 2003 vs 2007

Text Functions

Logical Functions

Information Functions

Functions

Functions

Functions

Statistical Functions

Database

Functions

Recommended Books

Financial Functions

Engineering

Functions

Cube Functions

Web Functions

Functions to Remove Extra Characters

CLEAN

supplied text string

TRIM

and end of a text string

BAHTTEXT

Thai text

DOLLAR

currency format

FIXED

of decimal places, and then converts this into

text

TEXT

VALUE

NUMBERVALUE

LOWER

lower case

PROPER

proper case (i.e. letters that do not follow another

letter are upper case and all other characters are

lower case)

UPPER

upper case

REPLACE

string (from a user supplied position)

SUBSTITUTE

within an original text string, with the supplied

replacement text

CONCATENATE

LEFT

start of a supplied text string

MID

middle of a supplied text string

RIGHT

end of a supplied text string

REPT

string, repeated a specified number of times

Information Functions

LEN

FIND

string from within a supplied text string (casesensitive)

SEARCH

string from within a supplied text string (non-casesensitive)

EXACT

same and if so, returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns

FALSE. (case-sensitive)

returns the supplied text; If not, returns an empty

text string.

CHAR

supplied numeric value

CODE

a supplied string

UNICHAR

by the given numeric value (New in Excel 2013)

UNICODE

the first character of a supplied text string (New in

Excel 2013)

Boolean Operator Functions

AND

returns TRUE if ALL of the conditions evaluate to

TRUE, or FALSE otherwise

OR

returns TRUE if ANY of the conditions evaluate to

TRUE, or FALSE otherwise

XOR

(New in Excel 2013)

NOT

user supplied logical value or expression

(ie. returns FALSE is the supplied argument is TRUE

and returns TRUE if the supplied argument is

FALSE)

Conditional Functions

IF

result if the condition is TRUE, and another result

if the condition is FALSE

IFERROR

returns an error, and if so, returns a supplied

value; Otherwise the function returns the initial

value. (New in Excel 2007)

IFNA

Otherwise the function returns the value of the

supplied expression (New in Excel 2013)

Functions Returning Constant Values

TRUE

FALSE

Error Information Functions

ISERROR

returns an error and if so, returns TRUE;

Otherwise returns FALSE

ISERR

returns an error (EXCEPT for the #N/A error) and if

so, returns TRUE; Otherwise returns FALSE

ISNA

returns the Excel #N/A error and if so, returns

TRUE; Otherwise returns FALSE

ERROR.TYPE

relating to the supplied value's error type

ISNUMBER

returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE.

ISEVEN

even number, and if so, returns TRUE; Otherwise,

returns FALSE.

ISODD

odd number, and if so, returns TRUE; Otherwise,

returns FALSE.

to a serial number, the logical value TRUE to 1 and

all other values to 0.

NA

ISBLANK

returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE

ISLOGICAL

returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE

ISTEXT

TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE

ISNONTEXT

returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE

ISREF

returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE

ISFORMULA

returns TRUE; Otherwise, returns FALSE (New in

Excel 2013)

TYPE

supplied value

CELL

formatting or location of a given cell

SHEET

reference (New in Excel 2013)

SHEETS

in Excel 2013)

INFO

operating environment

Before using the Date and Time Excel Functions, it is advised that

you ensure you have a clear understanding of the way Excel stores

Dates and Times - For details, see the Excel Dates and Times pages.

Creating Dates & Times

DATE

and day

TIME

and second

DATEVALUE

that represents the date in Excel's date-time code

TIMEVALUE

that represents the time in Excel

NOW

TODAY

HOUR

MINUTE

SECOND

DAY

MONTH

YEAR

WEEKNUM

(from 1 to 53) of the year from a user-supplied

date

ISOWEEKNUM

given date (New in Excel 2013)

WEEKDAY

week for a supplied date

EDATE

of months before or after an initial supplied

start date

EOMONTH

month which is a specified number of

start date

WORKDAY

working days (excluding weekends &

holidays) ahead of a given start date

WORKDAY.INTL

working days (excluding weekends &

holidays) ahead of a given start date, using

supplied parameters to specify weekend

days (New in Excel 2010)

DAYS

dates (New in Excel 2013)

DAYS360

dates, based on a 360-day year (12 x 30

months)

NETWORKDAYS

(excluding weekends & holidays), between

two supplied dates

NETWORKDAYS.INTL

(excluding weekends & holidays), between

two supplied dates, using parameters to

specify weekend days (New in Excel 2010)

YEARFRAC

represented by the number of whole days

between two dates

Data Lookup Functions

HLOOKUP

table, and returns the corresponding value from

another row

VLOOKUP

table, and returns the corresponding value from

another column

LOOKUP

and returns a value from the corresponding

GETPIVOTDATA

CHOOSE

value of a supplied index number

MATCH

array

ROW

the current cell

COLUMN

of the current cell

ROWS

COLUMNS

AREAS

ADDRESS

row and column number

INDEX

requested rows and columns within a supplied

range

INDIRECT

represented by a supplied text string

OFFSET

specified number of rows and columns from an

initial supplied range

Other

HYPERLINK

location.

TRANSPOSE

of cells (ie. transforms a horizontal range of cells

into a vertical range and vice versa)

RTD

FORMULATEXT

Basic Numeric Information

ABS

supplied number

SIGN

GCD

more supplied numbers

LCM

more supplied numbers

SUM

PRODUCT

POWER

supplied power

SQRT

QUOTIENT

two supplied numbers

MOD

two supplied numbers

AGGREGATE

product, average, etc.) for a list or database, with

the option to ignore hidden rows and error values

(New in Excel 2010)

SUBTOTAL

product, average, etc.) for a supplied set of values

Rounding Functions

CEILING

positive number up and a negative number

down), to a multiple of significance

CEILING.PRECISE

the number, to a multiple of significance (New

in Excel 2010)

ISO.CEILING

the number, to a multiple of significance. (New

in Excel 2010)

CEILING.MATH

the nearest multiple of significance (New in

Excel 2013)

EVEN

positive number up and a negative number

down), to the next even number

FLOOR

positive number down and a negative number

up), to a multiple of significance

FLOOR.PRECISE

of the number, to a multiple of significance

(New in Excel 2010)

FLOOR.MATH

or to the nearest multiple of significance (New

in Excel 2013)

INT

MROUND

multiple of significance

ODD

positive number up and a negative number

down), to the next odd number

ROUND

number of digits

ROUNDDOWN

positive number down and a negative number

up), to a given number of digits

ROUNDUP

positive number up and a negative number

TRUNC

positive number down and a negative number

up), to the next integer.

Matrix Functions

MDETERM

MINVERSE

MMULT

MUNIT

(New in Excel 2013)

Random Numbers

RAND

RANDBETWEEN

integers

Conditional Sums

SUMIF

given criteria

SUMIFS

multiple criteria (New in Excel 2007)

SUMPRODUCT

values in two or more supplied arrays

SUMSQ

numbers

SUMX2MY2

corresponding values in two supplied arrays

SUMX2PY2

corresponding values in two supplied arrays

SUMXMY2

corresponding values in two supplied arrays

SERIESSUM

Trigonometry Functions

PI

SQRTPI

multiplied by pi

DEGREES

RADIANS

COS

ACOS

COSH

ACOSH

SEC

SECH

Excel 2013)

SIN

ASIN

SINH

ASINH

CSC

2013)

CSCH

in Excel 2013)

TAN

ATAN

ATAN2

coordinates

TANH

ATANH

number

COT

2013)

COTH

in Excel 2013)

ACOT

Excel 2013)

ACOTH

(New in Excel 2013)

EXP

LN

LOG

specified base

LOG10

Factorials

FACT

FACTDOUBLE

MULTINOMIAL

Miscellaneous

BASE

the supplied base (New in Excel 2013)

DECIMAL

specified base into a decimal number (New in

Excel 2013)

COMBIN

repititions) for a given number of objects

COMBINA

repetitions) for a given number of items (New in

Excel 2013)

ARABIC

(New in Excel 2013)

ROMAN

for a given number

Count & Frequency

COUNT

COUNTA

of cells or values

COUNTBLANK

range

COUNTIF

that satisfy a given criteria

COUNTIFS

that satisfy a set of given criteria (New in Excel

2007)

FREQUENCY

from a supplied array, which fall into specified

ranges

MAX

numbers

MAXA

values, counting text and the logical value FALSE

as the value 0 and counting the logical value TRUE

as the value 1

MIN

numbers

MINA

values, counting text and the logical value FALSE

as the value 0 and counting the logical value TRUE

as the value 1

LARGE

supplied numbers, for a given value K

SMALL

supplied numbers, for a given value K

PERCENTILE

supplied range, where K is in the range 0 - 1

(inclusive) (Replaced by PERCENTILE.INC

function in Excel 2010)

PERCENTILE.INC

supplied range, where K is in the range 0 - 1

(inclusive) (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

PERCENTILE function)

PERCENTILE.EXC

supplied range, where K is in the range 0 - 1

(exclusive) (New in Excel 2010)

QUARTILE

supplied numbers, based on percentile value

0 - 1 (inclusive) (Replaced by QUARTILE.INC

function in Excel 2010)

QUARTILE.INC

supplied numbers, based on percentile value

0 - 1 (inclusive) (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

QUARTILE function)

QUARTILE.EXC

supplied numbers, based on percentile value

0 - 1 (exclusive) (New in Excel 2010)

RANK

within a supplied array of values (Replaced by

RANK.EQ function in Excel 2010)

RANK.EQ

occurring value) of a list of supplied numbers

(if more than one value has same rank, the

top rank of that set is returned) (New in Excel

2010 - replaces RANK function)

RANK.AVG

within a supplied array of values (if more

than one value has same rank, the average

rank is returned) (New in Excel 2010)

PERCENTRANK

percentage (0 - 1 inclusive) (Replaced by

PERCENTRANK.INC function in Excel 2010)

PERCENTRANK.INC

percentage (0 - 1 inclusive) (New in Excel

2010 - replaces PERCENTRANK function)

PERCENTRANK.EXC

percentage (0 - 1 exclusive) (New in Excel

2010)

Averages

AVERAGE

AVERAGEA

counting text and the logical value FALSE as the

value 0 and counting the logical value TRUE as the

value 1

AVERAGEIF

range, that satisfy a given criteria (New in Excel

2007)

AVERAGEIFS

range, that satisfy multiple criteria (New in Excel

2007)

MEDIAN

supplied numbers

MODE

value) of a list of supplied numbers (Replaced by

MODE.SNGL function in Excel 2010)

MODE.SNGL

value) of a list of supplied numbers (New in Excel

2010 - replaces MODE function)

MODE.MULT

occurring values in an array or range of data (New

in Excel 2010)

GEOMEAN

numbers

HARMEAN

numbers

TRIMMEAN

of values

AVEDEV

data points from their mean

DEVSQ

of a set of data points from their sample mean

STDEV

population) (Replaced by STDEV.S function in

Excel 2010)

STDEV.S

of values (which represent a sample of a

population) (New in Excel 2010 - replaces STDEV

function)

STDEVA

of values (which represent a sample of a

population), counting text and the logical value

FALSE as the value 0 and counting the logical

value TRUE as the value 1

STDEVP

of values (which represent an entire population)

(Replaced by STDEV.P function in Excel 2010)

STDEV.P

of values (which represent an entire population)

(New in Excel 2010 - replaces STDEVP function)

STDEVPA

of values (which represent an entire population),

counting text and the logical value FALSE as the

value 0 and counting the logical value TRUE as

the value 1

VAR

(which represent a sample of a population)

(Replaced by VAR.S function in Excel 2010)

VAR.S

(which represent a sample of a population) (New

in Excel 2010 - replaces VAR function)

VARA

(which represent a sample of a population),

counting text and the logical value FALSE as the

value 0 and counting the logical value TRUE as

the value 1

VARP

(which represent an entire population) (Replaced

by VAR.P function in Excel 2010)

VAR.P

(which represent an entire population) (New in

Excel 2010 - replaces VARP function)

VARPA

(which represent an entire population), counting

text and the logical value FALSE as the value 0

and counting the logical value TRUE as the value

1

COVAR

the products of deviations for each pair within

two supplied data sets) (Replaced by

COVARIANCE.P function in Excel 2010)

COVARIANCE.P

the products of deviations for each pair within

two supplied data sets) (New in Excel 2010 replaces COVAR function)

COVARIANCE.S

products of deviations for each pair within two

supplied data sets) (New in Excel 2010)

Confidence Intervals

CONFIDENCE

population mean, using a normal

distribution (Replaced by

CONFIDENCE.NORM function in Excel 2010)

CONFIDENCE.NORM

population mean, using a normal

distribution (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

CONFIDENCE function)

CONFIDENCE.T

population mean, using a Student's t

distribution (New in Excel 2010)

FORECAST

to a supplied set of x- and y- values

INTERCEPT

supplied series of x- and y- values and returns the

value at which this line intercepts the y-axis

LINEST

of the line of best fit, through a supplied series of

x- and y- values

SLOPE

through a supplied series of x- and y- values

TREND

Calculates the trend line through a given set of yvalues and returns additional y-values for a

supplied set of new x-values

GROWTH

based on a set of supplied x- and y- values

LOGEST

for a supplied set of x- and y- values

STEYX

for each x in the regression line for a set of

supplied x- and y- values

Permutations

PERMUT

number of objects

PERMUTATIONA

number of objects (with repetitions) that can be

selected from the total objects (New in Excel

2013)

BETADIST

density function (Replaced by BETA.DIST

function in Excel 2010)

BETA.DIST

function or the beta probability density

function (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

BETADIST function)

BETAINV

probability density function (Replaced by

BETA.INV function in Excel 2010)

BETA.INV

probability density function (New in Excel

2010 - replaces BETAINV function)

BINOMDIST

distribution probability (Replaced by

BINOM.DIST function in Excel 2010)

BINOM.DIST

distribution probability (New in Excel 2010 replaces BINOMDIST function)

BINOM.DIST.RANGE

a binomial distribution (New in Excel 2013)

NEGBINOMDIST

(Replaced by NEGBINOM.DIST function in

Excel 2010)

NEGBINOM.DIST

(New in Excel 2010 - replaces

NEGBINOMDIST function)

CRITBINOM

cumulative binomial distribution is greater

than or equal to a criterion value (Replaced

by BINOM.INV function in Excel 2010)

BINOM.INV

cumulative binomial distribution is greater

than or equal to a criterion value (New in

Excel 2010 - replaces CRITBINOM function)

CHIDIST

chi-squared distribution (Replaced by

CHISQ.DIST.RT function in Excel 2010)

CHISQ.DIST.RT

chi-squared distribution (New in Excel 2010 replaces CHIDIST function)

CHISQ.DIST

(probability density or cumulative

distribution function) (New in Excel 2010)

CHIINV

probability of the chi-squared distribution

(Replaced by CHISQ.INV.RT function in Excel

2010)

CHISQ.INV.RT

probability of the chi-squared distribution

(New in Excel 2010 - replaces CHIINV

function)

CHISQ.INV

probability of the chi-squared distribution

(New in Excel 2010)

CHITEST

independence (Replaced by CHISQ.TEST

function in Excel 2010)

CHISQ.TEST

independence (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

CHITEST function)

CORREL

two sets of values

EXPONDIST

(Replaced by EXPON.DIST function in Excel

2010)

EXPON.DIST

Excel 2010 - replaces EXPONDIST function)

FDIST

distribution for two data sets (Replaced by

F.DIST.RT function in Excel 2010)

F.DIST.RT

distribution for two data sets (New in Excel

2010 - replaces FDIST function)

F.DIST

(probability density or cumulative

distribution function) (New in Excel 2010)

FINV

probability distribution for two data sets

(Replaced by F.INV.RT function in Excel

2010)

F.INV.RT

probability distribution for two data sets

(New in Excel 2010 - replaces FINV function)

F.INV

distribution (New in Excel 2010)

FISHER

FISHERINV

transformation

FTEST

data sets (Replaced by F.TEST function in

Excel 2010)

F.TEST

data sets (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

FTEST function)

GAMMADIST

GAMMA.DIST function in Excel 2010)

GAMMA.DIST

Excel 2010 - replaces GAMMADIST function)

GAMMAINV

distribution (Replaced by GAMMA.INV

function in Excel 2010)

GAMMA.INV

distribution (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

GAMMAINV function)

GAMMA

supplied number (New in Excel 2013)

GAMMALN

gamma function for a supplied value

GAMMALN.PRECISE

function for a supplied value (New in Excel

2010)

GAUSS

standard normal population will fall

between the mean and z standard

deviations from the mean (New in Excel

2013)

HYPGEOMDIST

(Replaced by HYPGEOM.DIST function in

Excel 2010)

HYPGEOM.DIST

(New in Excel 2010 - replaces HYPGEOMDIST

function)

KURT

LOGNORMDIST

distribution (Replaced by LOGNORM.DIST

function in Excel 2010)

LOGNORM.DIST

function or the cumulative log- normal

distribution (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

LOGNORMDIST function)

LOGINV

distribution (Replaced by LOGNORM.INV

function in Excel 2010)

LOGNORM.INV

distribution (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

LOGINV function)

NORMDIST

(Replaced by NORM.DIST function in Excel

2010)

NORM.DIST

(New in Excel 2010 - replaces NORMDIST

function)

NORMINV

distribution (Replaced by NORM.INV

function in Excel 2010)

NORM.INV

distribution (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

NORMINV function)

NORMSDIST

distribution (Replaced by NORM.S.DIST

function in Excel 2010)

NORM.S.DIST

distribution (New in Excel 2010 - replaces

NORMSDIST function)

NORMSINV

cumulative distribution (Replaced by

NORM.S.INV function in Excel 2010)

NORM.S.INV

cumulative distribution (New in Excel 2010 replaces NORMSINV function)

PEARSON

correlation coefficient

RSQ

moment correlation coefficient

PHI

a standard normal distribution, for a

supplied number (New in Excel 2013)

POISSON

POISSON.DIST

Excel 2010 - replaces POISSON function)

PROB

supplied range are within given limits

SKEW

SKEW.P

on a population (New in Excel 2013)

STANDARDIZE

TDIST

(Replaced by T.DIST.2T & T.DIST.RT functions

in Excel 2010)

T.DIST.2T

TDIST function)

T.DIST.RT

TDIST function)

T.DIST

(probability density or cumulative

distribution function) (New in Excel 2010)

TINV

Student's T-distribution (Replaced by

T.INV.2T function in Excel 2010)

T.INV.2T

Student's T-distribution (New in Excel 2010 replaces TINV function)

T.INV

Student's T-distribution (New in Excel 2010)

TTEST

Student's T-Test (Replaced by T.TEST

function in Excel 2010)

T.TEST

Student's T-Test (New in Excel 2010 replaces TTEST function)

WEIBULL

WEIBULL.DIST function in Excel 2010)

WEIBULL.DIST

ZTEST

z-test (Replaced by Z.TEST function in Excel

2010)

Z.TEST

z-test (New in Excel 2010 - replaces ZTEST

function)

Database Functions

DAVERAGE

or database, that satisfy specified conditions

DCOUNT

a field of a list or database that satisfy specified

conditions

DCOUNTA

a list or database, that satisfy specified conditions

DGET

database, that satisfy specified conditions

DMAX

database, that satisfy specified conditions

DMIN

database, that satisfy specified conditions

Database Functions

DPRODUCT

or database, that satisfy specified conditions

DSTDEV

sample of a population) of values in a field of a list

or database, that satisfy specified conditions

DSTDEVP

entire population) of values in a field of a list or

database, that satisfy specified conditions

DSUM

database, that satisfy specified conditions

DVAR

population) of values in a field of a list or

database, that satisfy specified conditions

DVARP

population) of values in a field of a list or

database, that satisfy specified conditions

Investment Value Functions

FV

periodic constant payments and a constant

interest rate

FVSCHEDULE

after applying a series of compound interest rates

NPV

based on a supplied discount rate, and a series of

future payments and income

PV

the total amount that a series of future payments

is worth now)

RECEIVED

fully invested Security

XNPV

cash flows

Price Functions

DISC

PRICE

security that pays periodic interest

PRICEDISC

discounted security

PRICEMAT

security that pays interest at maturity

ODDFPRICE

security with an odd first period

ODDLPRICE

security with an odd last period

TBILLPRICE

treasury bill

IRR

cash flows

MIRR

periodic cash flows, considering the cost of the

investment and the interest on the reinvestment

of cash

XIRR

of cash flows

AMORDEGRC

asset for each accounting period (with

depreciation coefficient applied, depending on the

life of the asset)

AMORLINC

asset for each accounting period

DB

specified period, using the fixed-declining balance

method

DDB

specified period, using the double-declining

balance method, or some other user-specified

method

SLN

for one period

SYD

asset for a specified period

VDB

period, (including partial periods), using the

Dollar Conversion

DOLLARDE

a dollar price expressed as a decimal

DOLLARFR

a dollar price expressed as a fraction

Payment Functions

CUMIPMT

two specified periods

CUMPRINC

between two specified periods

IPMT

of an investment, with periodic constant

payments and a constant interest rate

ISPMT

of an investment

PMT

from a supplied present value to a specified future

value

PPMT

investment, with periodic constant payments and

a constant interest rate

ACCRINT

pays periodic interest

ACCRINTM

pays interest at maturity

EFFECT

INTRATE

security

NOMINAL

RATE

specified amount of a loan, or reach a target

amount on an investment over a given period

RRI

growth of an investment (New in Excel 2013)

Yield Functions

YIELD

interest

YIELDDISC

YIELDMAT

interest at maturity

ODDFYIELD

period

ODDLYIELD

period

TBILLEQ

bill

TBILLYIELD

Duration Functions

COUPDAYBS

of the coupon period to the settlement date

COUPDAYS

period that contains the settlement date

COUPDAYSNC

date to the next coupon date

COUPNCD

date

COUPNUM

the settlement date and maturity date

COUPPCD

settlement date

DURATION

an assumed par value of $100

MDURATION

security with an assumed par value of $100

NPER

with periodic constant payments and a constant

interest rate

PDURATION

investment to reach a specified value (New in

Excel 2013)

Converting Between Units of Measurement

CONVERT

to another

Bessel Functions

BESSELI

BESSELJ

BESSELK

BESSELY

BIN2DEC

BIN2HEX

BIN2OCT

DEC2BIN

DEC2HEX

DEC2OCT

HEX2BIN

HEX2DEC

HEX2OCT

OCT2BIN

OCT2DEC

OCT2HEX

ERF

supplied limits

ERF.PRECISE

and a supplied limit (New in Excel 2010)

ERFC

integrated between a supplied lower limit and

infinity

ERFC.PRECISE

integrated between a supplied lower limit and

infinity (New in Excel 2010)

Bitwise Functions

BITAND

Excel 2013)

BITOR

Excel 2013)

BITXOR

(New in Excel 2013)

BITLSHIFT

number of bits (New in Excel 2013)

BITRSHIFT

number of bits (New in Excel 2013)

DELTA

GESTEP

threshold value

Complex Numbers

COMPLEX

coefficients into a complex number

IMABS

complex number

IMAGINARY

number

IMARGUMENT

radians) of a complex number

IMCONJUGATE

number

IMCOS

IMCOSH

number (New in Excel 2013)

IMCOT

in Excel 2013)

IMCSC

in Excel 2013)

IMCSCH

number (New in Excel 2013)

IMDIV

numbers

IMEXP

IMLN

number

IMLOG10

number

IMLOG2

number

IMPOWER

power

IMPRODUCT

complex numbers

IMREAL

IMSEC

Excel 2013)

IMSECH

number (New in Excel 2013)

IMSIN

IMSINH

(New in Excel 2013)

IMSQRT

IMSUB

IMSUM

IMTAN

Excel 2013)

The Excel Cube functions perform calculations and extract data from

a cube, which is stored on an external SQL server. These functions

are only supported with a connection to Microsoft SQL Server 2005

Analysis Services or later data source.

Cube Functions

CUBEKPIMEMBER

(KPI) property and displays the KPI

name in the cell (New in Excel 2007)

CUBEMEMBER

cube (New in Excel 2007)

CUBEMEMBERPROPERTY

property from the cube (New in Excel

2007)

CUBERANKEDMEMBER

a set (New in Excel 2007)

Cube Functions

CUBESET

sending a set expression to the cube on the

server, which creates the set, and then returns

that set to Microsoft Office Excel (New in Excel

2007)

CUBESETCOUNT

Excel 2007)

CUBEVALUE

in Excel 2007)

Web Functions

ENCODEURL

FILTERXML

XPath (New in Excel 2013)

Web Functions

WEBSERVICE

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Excel Operators

Although the Excel Operators are not, strictly speaking, Excel

Functions, they are frequently used with Excel Functions and as a

part of Excel Formulas. Therefore we have provided a brief

explanation of Excel Operators in the following page:

Excel Operators

to perform basic Mathematical

operations, such as addition,

subtraction, multiplication, division

and raising to a power,

or

- the & Excel Operator is used to

concatenate text strings

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