A variable x is LogNormally Distributed if its natural logarithm is normally distributed.
In terms of Excel functions:
where μ is the mean of ln(x) and σ is the standard deviation of ln(x).The Excel LOGNORM.DIST function calculates the LogNormal Probability Density Function or the Cumulative LogNormal Distribution Function for a supplied value of x.
The Lognorm.Dist function is new in Excel 2010 and so is not available in earlier versions of Excel. However, the function is simply a new version of the Lognormdist function that is available in earlier versions of Excel.
The syntax of the Lognorm.Dist function is:
Where the function arguments are listed in the following table:
x    The value at which you want to evaluate the lognormal distribution function.  
mean    The arithmetic mean of ln(x).  
standard_dev    The standard deviation of ln(x).  
cumulative    A logical argument which denotes the type of distribution to be used:

The above chart on the right shows the LogNormal Probability Density Function for a variable, x. The mean of ln(x) is 10 and the Standard Deviation of ln(x) is 5.
If you want to calculate the value of this function at x = 0.5, this can be done using the Excel Lognorm.Dist function, as follows:
This gives the result 0.016210482.
The above chart on the right shows the LogNormal Cumulative Distribution Function for a variable x. Again, the mean of ln(x) is 10 and the Standard Deviation of ln(x) is 5.
If you want to calculate the value of this function at x = 12, this can be done using the Excel Lognorm.Dist function, as follows:
This gives the result 0.066417115.
Further information and examples of the Excel Lognorm.Dist function are provided on the Microsoft Office website.
If you get an error from the Excel Lognorm.Dist function this is likely to be one of the following:
#NUM!    Occurs if the supplied x ≤ 0 or the supplied standard_dev ≤ 0. 
#VALUE!    Occurs if any of the supplied arguments are nonnumeric. 