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Figure 26-7: The MONTHNAMES function entered as an array formula.
As with any array formula, you must press Ctrl+Shift+Enter to enter the formula. Don't
enter the brackets — Excel inserts the brackets for you.
The MONTHNAMES function, as written, returns a horizontal array in a single row. To display the array in a
vertical range in a single column (as in A7:A18 in Figure 26-5), select the range and enter the following for-
mula:
{=TRANSPOSE(MONTHNAMES())}
Alternatively, you can modify the function to do the transposition. The following function uses the Excel
TRANSPOSE function to return a vertical array:
Function VMONTHNAMES() As Variant
VMONTHNAMES = Application.Transpose(Array( _
“Jan”, “Feb”, “Mar”, “Apr”, _
“May”, “Jun”, “Jul”, “Aug”, _
“Sep”, “Oct”, “Nov”, “Dec”))
End Function
The workbook monthnames.xlsm that demonstrates MONTHNAMES and
VMONTHNAMES is available at this topic's website.
Returning an array of nonduplicated random integers
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