 # Tag Archives: Functions

## Using the UCase Function in Excel VBA

There may be a time in Excel that you need data that you are fetching from an Excel spreadsheet or importing from external data to be amended to upper case.  This can, of course, be done manually, but if it is a large amount of

## How to Use the VBA Replace Function

The VBA Replace function is a function which you can use in your code to replace one set of string characters with another set of string characters, or to replace a set of string characters with an empty string. For example, you may have a

## IsNumeric in VBA: 8 Ways to Use the Function

In VBA, to test whether an expression is a number, the IsNumeric function can be used. Description The IsNumeric function evaluates whether the input expression is a number and returns a Boolean value (TRUE or FALSE). It returns True if the entire expression is a number; otherwise, it returns False. Syntax IsNumeric(expression) The

## Rounding with VBA and Excel: Functions and Gotchas

VBA is often used for calculations – when you create these calculations, you can end up with a number that has multitude of decimal places.  The Round function in VBA lets you round the number to a set amount of decimal points, or to remove

## Excel, Functions and Formulas, Tutorial / Sample, Text and Strings #2 (Advanced)

Today when I was looking through the stackoverflow forum, I came up to this question: vba-clean-up-conditional-duplication-of-rows Though the question was actually VBA related I was able to find a solution that did not require any programming. Since the solution was challenging and interesting I thought

## Excel Functions and Formulas, CHAR()

Each character is mapped to a numeric value. For example the character “A” is mapped to the number 65. The character “B” is mapped to the number 66 and so on. The CHAR() function receives an number as input and returns the character associated with that number. – Syntax:

## Excel Functions and Formulas, INDIRECT()

The INDIRECT() function returns a reference specified by a text string. For example the formula below: =INDIRECT(“A1″) returns the value in cell “A1”. You can download the workbook related to this article here. Jump To: Syntax Example 1, Get Value From List, Based on Row Index Example