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    query function in office 365 excel?



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    i have a table A1:P63, i want to show me A where P>64,i did this with query function but in 365 don't see query....how can i do it?

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    What do you mean by the "query function"?


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    i forgot to say that i worked in goggle spreadsheets, the function was =query(A1:P63;"select A where P>64")

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    What does that function do?

    Edit. I just googled the function. Excel does not have an equivalent function... but depending on what you are doing there should be other ways.

    Please explain what you are trying to accomplish. Are there more than 1 results possible?

    example.... if there is only 1 result expected.. you can use:

    =INDEX($A$1:$A$63,MATCH(TRUE,$P$1:$P$63>64,0))

    confirmed with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER.

    If there are multiple results possible.

    =IFERROR(INDEX($A$1:$A$63,SMALL(IF($P$1:$P$63>64,ROW($P$1:$P$63)-MIN(ROW($P$1:$P$63))+1),ROWS($X$1:$X1))),"")

    confirmed with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER, and copied down
    Last edited by NBVC; 2015-02-03 at 04:12 PM.


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    here an example:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
    in column D show me the values from column A if the values in column B is>64.in excel how can i do that?

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    I am unable to open that link.. but check the second formula I posted in my last post above. Replace the $P$1:$P$63 with column B references... replace the $X$1:$X1 with $D$1:$D1

    Remember that after typing in the formula, hold the CTRL and SHIFT keys down whilst hitting ENTER. You will see { } brackets appear around the formula, then you can copy formula down.


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    yes i did that and work fine.thank you very much for your answer!

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