Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using Single-Cell Array Formulas
Figure 14-13: The goal is to count the number of characters in a range of text.
Then, you use a SUM formula to calculate the sum of the values returned by the intermediate
formulas.
The following array formula does the job without using any intermediate formulas:
{=SUM(LEN(A1:A14))}
The array formula uses the LEN function to create a new array (in memory) that consists of the
number of characters in each cell of the range. In this case, the new array is
{10,9,8,5,6,5,5,10,11,14,6,8,8,7}
The array formula is then reduced to the following:
=SUM({10,9,8,5,6,5,5,10,11,14,6,8,8,7})
Summing the three smallest values in a range
If you have values in a range named Data , you can determine the smallest value by using the
SMALL function:
=SMALL(Data,1)
You can determine the second smallest and third smallest values by using these formulas:
=SMALL(Data,2)
=SMALL(Data,3)
 
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