Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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APPENDIX 1 - ALPHABETICAL FUNCTION REFERENCE
use the result of the MATCH as the row and/or column argument in an INDEX
function. In the image below, a horizontal MATCH in E4 does a lookup to fi nd
which column has the selected product. A vertical match in E5 does a lookup
to fi nd which row has the selected city. The INDEX function in E6 grabs the
appropriate value at the intersection of the selected row and column.
If you have to do a dozen columns of VLOOKUP, you might consider replacing that
with a single MATCH column and then 12 columns of INDEX. While VLOOKUP
and MATCH take a long time to calculate, the INDEX function calculates very
rapidly. Also see page 2.
MAX(number1,number2,...) [Category: Statistical]]
Returns the largest value in a set of values. Guru Tip: You use MAX all the time
to fi nd the largest value in a list. Also check out LARGE which can fi nd the 2nd,
3rd, and 4th largest values.
MAXA(value1,value2,...) [Category: Statistical]]
Returns the largest value in a list of arguments. Text and logical values such as
TRUE and FALSE are compared as well as numbers.
MDETERM(array) [Category: Math]
Returns the matrix determinant of an array.
MDURATION(settlement,maturity,coupon,yld,frequency,basis) [Category:
Financial]*
Returns the modifi ed duration for a security with an assumed par value of
$100.
MEDIAN(number1,number2, ...) [Category: Statistical]]
Returns the median of the given numbers. The median is the number in the
middle of a set of numbers; that is, half the numbers have values that are greater
than the median, and half have values that are less. Guru Tip: For those of you
 
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