## Worksheet name, dynamically using formula

Get the name of the active worksheet in active workbook, using formulas only This function needs to have workbook saved Then, you just paste below formula into any cell …

Get the name of the active worksheet in active workbook, using formulas only This function needs to have workbook saved Then, you just paste below formula into any cell …

I often use the technique of concatenating columns into 1 cell with separators. Something like the CSV, 1 line that has all values for a single row (all columns for …

Found this in an old file while doing some digital cleaning This will show you how you can easily count how many times a letter (or any string) into a …

You must already know that when you press Enter after you modify a cell, the cell content will be saved and you jump down to cell below (we can change …

I need that more often than I thought It is basically extract the full workbook name that we are in, with no folders, and with no extension =MID(CELL(“filename”,A1),SEARCH(“[“,CELL(“filename”,A1))+1,SEARCH(“]”,CELL(“filename”,A1))-SEARCH(“[“,CELL(“filename”,A1))-6) So, here …

Excel already has the formula ROW() =Row() Which as we may already know will give us the number of the row we are in, if you add no parameters However, …