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• ## Google Sheets: How to Use FILTER with Wildcard

You can use the following formula in Google Sheets to use a wildcard character within a FILTER function: =FILTER(A2:C11,search(“avs”,A2:A11)) This particular formula…

You can use the IMPORTRANGE function in Google Sheets to import data from another spreadsheet. However, if you would like to import…

• ## Google Sheets: How to Filter IMPORTRANGE Data

You can use the IMPORTRANGE function in Google Sheets to import data from another spreadsheet. To apply a filter to the IMPORTRANGE…

• ## How to Filter Cells by Color in Google Sheets (With Example)

You can use the Filter by color function in Google Sheets to filter the cells in a range in Google Sheets based…

• ## Google Sheets: How to Use SEARCH with Multiple Values

You can use the following basic syntax to use the SEARCH function with multiple values in Google Sheets: =FILTER(A2:A10, SEARCH(“Backup”, A2:A10), SEARCH(“Guard”,…

• ## Google Sheets: Calculate Average If Between Two Dates

You can use the following formula to calculate the average in Google Sheets only for cells that fall between two specific dates:…

• ## How to Extract Year from Date in Google Sheets

You can use the following formula to extract the year from a date in Google Sheets: =YEAR(A1) This particular formula will return…

• ## Google Sheets: How to Remove Grand Total from Pivot Table

The easiest way to remove a grand total from a pivot table in Google Sheets is to uncheck the box called Show…

• ## How to Find Intersection of Two Lines in Google Sheets

You can use the following formulas to find the point of intersection of two straight lines in Google Sheets: Find the X-Value…

• ## Google Sheets: Calculate Average Excluding Outliers

There are two ways to calculate an average while excluding outliers in Google Sheets: 1. Use TRIMMEAN to Exclude Outliers 2. Use…