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Excel Built-In Functions:

If you are looking for information on one of the built-in Excel functions, go to one of the following pages:

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The term 'Excel Formulas' can refer to any combination of Excel Operators and/or Excel Functions.

An Excel Formula is entered into a spreadsheet cell by typing in the = sign, followed by the required operators and/or functions. This may be as simple as a basic addition (e.g. "=A1+B1"), or it could be a complex combination of Excel Operators and multiple nested Excel Functions.

The links below provide examples of Excel Formulas, used to perform common tasks.

Calculating Percentages in Excel |

Calculate a Percentage of a Number in Excel |

Calculate Percentage as a Proportion in Excel |

Calculate Percentage Change in Excel |

Calculate a Percentage Increase in Excel |

Compound Interest Formula |

Age Calculation in Excel |

Calculate a Date Difference in Excel |

Calculate Time Difference in Excel |

Use Formulas to Convert a Time to a Decimal in Excel |

How to Convert Seconds to Time in Excel |

Excel String Concatenation |

Use Excel Formulas to Split a String in Excel |

For further examples of Excel formulas, see the Microsoft Office website.