## The MAX Function: Syntax and Examples The MAX is an Excel statistical function that returns the largest number in a set of values. It will ignore logical and text values. It is one of the oldest Excel functions, so it can be used even with Excel 2003. If you want to include logical values, you’ll need to use the MAXA function.… Read more The MAX Function: Syntax and Examples

## The MIN Function: Syntax and Examples The MIN is an Excel statistical function that returns the smallest number in a set of values. It will ignore logical and text values. It is one of the oldest Excel functions, so it can be used even with Excel 2003. If you want to include logical values, you’ll need to use the MINA function.… Read more The MIN Function: Syntax and Examples

## The SUM Function: Syntax and Examples The SUM is an Excel math and trigonometry function that adds values together. It is one of the oldest Excel functions, so it can be used even with Excel 2003. SUM Syntax Required Arguments number1: This is the first number that you want to add. It can be a number, a cell reference or a… Read more The SUM Function: Syntax and Examples

## The RAND Function: Syntax and Examples The RAND is an Excel math and trigonometry function that returns a random value between 0 and 1. Excel uses the Mersenne Twister algorithm for this. It is one of the oldest Excel functions, so it can be used even with Excel 2003. RAND Syntax Required Arguments The RAND function does not take any arguments.… Read more The RAND Function: Syntax and Examples

## Excel Concatenate function examples and common errors The CONCATENATE function in Excel enables a user to join two or more cells into one. We often need to join the first and last name into a full name or street, house number and city into a full address. One of the easiest ways to complete this is using the Concatenate function. In this tutorial,… Read more Excel Concatenate function examples and common errors