- Learn Basic Excel Skills For Beginners || Part 1
- Learn the Basic of Excel for Beginners || Part 2
- How to use Average Formula In Excel
- How to use Sum Formula In Excel
- How to Insert Comments In Excel
- How to Edit Comment In Excel
- How to Delete Comments In Excel
- How to Draw Borders In Excel
- How to Add Numbers in Excel with 5 Variations
- How to Wrap Text in excel
- How to Merge Cells in Excel
- How to use Transpose Formula In Excel
- How to Highlight Cell in Excel with Conditional Fo
- How to Highlight Cell in Excel with Conditional Fo
- How to use Conditional Formatting With Data Bars I
- How to Make Column Chart In Excel
- How to Calculate LCM In Excel
- How To Use Number Formatting In Excel
- How to Create Bar Chart in Excel
- How To Use IF Formula In Excel
- How To Use CountBlank Formula in Excel
- How to Use Date Formula Excel
- How To Use Paste Special in Excel
- How to use Hour Minute Second Formula In Excel
- How to use Date Formula In Excel
- How to use Month Formula In Excel
- How to Use Dictionary in Excel
- How to Use Hyperlink in Excel
- How To Do Spell Check In Excel
- How to use Translation in Excel
- How to Use Dollar Formula In Excel
- How To Hide Or Unhide Ribbon in Excel
- How to use Full Screen View Mode in Excel
- How to Create Pivot Table In Excel
- 10 Most Used Excel Formula
- Excel Questions Asked in Job Interviews
- Dashboard in Excel
- 7 Ways to Use Xlookup in Excel
- How to Use IF OR AND Formula Together
- Hide Formula Bar In Excel Hindi
- Vlookup Multiple Values in Excel in Hindi
- Vlookup Smallest Value in Excel In Hindi
- Vlookup Largest Value In Excel Hindi
- Vlookup Multiple Results For Single Query In Excel
- Vlookup With Max to Lookup Highest Value
- Vlookup Samllest Value in Excel
- Remove N/A Error In VLOOKUP
- Vlookup with Mid Formula In Excel
- MS Excel : OR Formula English
- MS Excel : AND Formula in Excel
- MS Excel : Choose Formula (English)
- MS Excel : Indirect Formula
- Replace Formula In Excel
- Mid Formula in Excel
- Len Formula in Excel
- Left Formula in Excel
- Find Formula In Excel
- Roundup Formula In Excel
- Ceiling Formula in Excel 2007
- Correl Formula in Excel
- MS Excel: Frequency Formula
- Subtotal Formula in Excel
- MS Excel Sumifs Formula
- WhatIf Analysis Goal Seek Function in Excel
- Color Row in Excel with Conditional Formatting
- Excel : Isodd Formula in Exce
- Excel: Isnumber Formual in Excel
- Excel : Istext Formula in Excel with Vlookup
- Islogical Formula in Excel
- Learn Excel Isnontext Formula
- Learn Iserror Formula in Excel
- Isblank Formula in Excel
- Dget Formula in Excel
- MS Excel Dmin Formula
- Dmax Formula in Excel
- Dproduct Formula in Excel
- Dmax Formula in Excel
- Dproduct Formula in Excel
- MS Excel Dcounta Formula
- MS Excel Dsum Formula
- Daverage Formula in Excel
- Calculate Depreciation With Straight Line Method I
- IPMT Formula calculate Loan EMI Intersest
- Calculate EMI of Loan with PMT Formula Excel
- MS Excel :Datedif Formula In Excel with 6 Variatio
- Datevalue Formula In Excel
- Edate Formula In Excel
- Eomonth Formula In Excel
- Match Formula in Excel 1st Variation
- Match Formula - Approximate and Excat Match 2nd Va
- Match Formula in Excel - Approximate and Excat Mat
- Index Formula in Excel 1st Variation
- Index And Match Formula in Excel
- Index And Match Formula in Excel -2nd Example
- Index And Match Formula 3rd Variation
- Index And Match 4 - Lookup A Value On The Left(Eng
- 2 Way Lookup in Excel with Index And Match Formula
- Index And Match 6 - 2 Way Lookup (English)
- Index And Match 7 - 2 Way Lookup (English)
- Index And Match 7 - 2 Way Lookup (English)
- Index and Match 9 To Sum A Column Based On A Condi
- Index And Match 8 Sum A Row based On A Condition E
- Index and Match 9 To Sum A Column Based On A Condi
- Index And Match -10 - With Min Formula Lookup The
- Index And Match -11 - With Max Formula Lookup The
- Index & Match Formula 12 - Reference & Area To loo
- Create Project Plan In Excel
- Create Searchable Dropdown List In Excel
- Make Gantt Chart In Excel 2013
- Vlookup Formula Vs Lookup Formula
- Learn MS Excel - Vlookup Data From 3 Tables At Onc
- MS Excel Choose Formula Part 1
- Learn Excel Choose formula Part 2
- Learn Excel Choose Formual Part 3
- Create Speedometer Chart In Excel
- Create Pareto Chart In Excel
- Automatically Insert Serial Number in Excel
- How To Maintain Attendance In MS Excel English
- Create Sparkline Chart in Excel
- Vlookup to Compare Data 3 Tables
- Format Multiple Sheets Together in Excel 2010 and
- Customize Status Bar In Excel
- 10 Most Used Formulas MS Excel
- Make Excel Speak Text & Numbers
- MS Excel : Color Border Line In Excel
- Insert Bullet Points In MS Word English
- MS Word How to Delete Text Chapter 2
- MS Word Text Block Chapter 6

- Learn Basic Excel Skills For Beginners || Part 1
- Learn the Basic of Excel for Beginners || Part 2
- How to use Average Formula In Excel
- How to use Sum Formula In Excel
- How to Insert Comments In Excel
- How to Edit Comment In Excel
- How to Delete Comments In Excel
- How to Draw Borders In Excel
- How to Add Numbers in Excel with 5 Variations
- How to Wrap Text in excel
- How to Merge Cells in Excel
- How to use Transpose Formula In Excel
- How to Highlight Cell in Excel with Conditional Fo
- How to Highlight Cell in Excel with Conditional Fo
- How to use Conditional Formatting With Data Bars I
- How to Make Column Chart In Excel
- How to Calculate LCM In Excel
- How To Use Number Formatting In Excel
- How to Create Bar Chart in Excel
- How To Use IF Formula In Excel
- How To Use CountBlank Formula in Excel
- How to Use Date Formula Excel
- How To Use Paste Special in Excel
- How to use Hour Minute Second Formula In Excel
- How to use Date Formula In Excel
- How to use Month Formula In Excel
- How to Use Dictionary in Excel
- How to Use Hyperlink in Excel
- How To Do Spell Check In Excel
- How to use Translation in Excel
- How to Use Dollar Formula In Excel
- How To Hide Or Unhide Ribbon in Excel
- How to use Full Screen View Mode in Excel
- How to Create Pivot Table In Excel
- 10 Most Used Excel Formula
- Excel Questions Asked in Job Interviews
- Dashboard in Excel
- 7 Ways to Use Xlookup in Excel
- How to Use IF OR AND Formula Together
- Hide Formula Bar In Excel Hindi
- Vlookup Multiple Values in Excel in Hindi
- Vlookup Smallest Value in Excel In Hindi
- Vlookup Largest Value In Excel Hindi
- Vlookup Multiple Results For Single Query In Excel
- Vlookup With Max to Lookup Highest Value
- Vlookup Samllest Value in Excel
- Remove N/A Error In VLOOKUP
- Vlookup with Mid Formula In Excel
- MS Excel : OR Formula English
- MS Excel : AND Formula in Excel
- MS Excel : Choose Formula (English)
- MS Excel : Indirect Formula
- Replace Formula In Excel
- Mid Formula in Excel
- Len Formula in Excel
- Left Formula in Excel
- Find Formula In Excel
- Roundup Formula In Excel
- Ceiling Formula in Excel 2007
- Correl Formula in Excel
- MS Excel: Frequency Formula
- Subtotal Formula in Excel
- MS Excel Sumifs Formula
- WhatIf Analysis Goal Seek Function in Excel
- Color Row in Excel with Conditional Formatting
- Excel : Isodd Formula in Exce
- Excel: Isnumber Formual in Excel
- Excel : Istext Formula in Excel with Vlookup
- Islogical Formula in Excel
- Learn Excel Isnontext Formula
- Learn Iserror Formula in Excel
- Isblank Formula in Excel
- Dget Formula in Excel
- MS Excel Dmin Formula
- Dmax Formula in Excel
- Dproduct Formula in Excel
- Dmax Formula in Excel
- Dproduct Formula in Excel
- MS Excel Dcounta Formula
- MS Excel Dsum Formula
- Daverage Formula in Excel
- Calculate Depreciation With Straight Line Method I
- IPMT Formula calculate Loan EMI Intersest
- Calculate EMI of Loan with PMT Formula Excel
- MS Excel :Datedif Formula In Excel with 6 Variatio
- Datevalue Formula In Excel
- Edate Formula In Excel
- Eomonth Formula In Excel
- Match Formula in Excel 1st Variation
- Match Formula - Approximate and Excat Match 2nd Va
- Match Formula in Excel - Approximate and Excat Mat
- Index Formula in Excel 1st Variation
- Index And Match Formula in Excel
- Index And Match Formula in Excel -2nd Example
- Index And Match Formula 3rd Variation
- Index And Match 4 - Lookup A Value On The Left(Eng
- 2 Way Lookup in Excel with Index And Match Formula
- Index And Match 6 - 2 Way Lookup (English)
- Index And Match 7 - 2 Way Lookup (English)
- Index And Match 7 - 2 Way Lookup (English)
- Index and Match 9 To Sum A Column Based On A Condi
- Index And Match 8 Sum A Row based On A Condition E
- Index and Match 9 To Sum A Column Based On A Condi
- Index And Match -10 - With Min Formula Lookup The
- Index And Match -11 - With Max Formula Lookup The
- Index & Match Formula 12 - Reference & Area To loo
- Create Project Plan In Excel
- Create Searchable Dropdown List In Excel
- Make Gantt Chart In Excel 2013
- Vlookup Formula Vs Lookup Formula
- Learn MS Excel - Vlookup Data From 3 Tables At Onc
- MS Excel Choose Formula Part 1
- Learn Excel Choose formula Part 2
- Learn Excel Choose Formual Part 3
- Create Speedometer Chart In Excel
- Create Pareto Chart In Excel
- Automatically Insert Serial Number in Excel
- How To Maintain Attendance In MS Excel English
- Create Sparkline Chart in Excel
- Vlookup to Compare Data 3 Tables
- Format Multiple Sheets Together in Excel 2010 and
- Customize Status Bar In Excel
- 10 Most Used Formulas MS Excel
- Make Excel Speak Text & Numbers
- MS Excel : Color Border Line In Excel
- Insert Bullet Points In MS Word English
- MS Word How to Delete Text Chapter 2
- MS Word Text Block Chapter 6

Dget formula in Excel Extracts a single value from a column of a list or database that matches conditions that you specify. How to use Dget formula in Excel How to use Dget formula in Excel DGET(database, field, criteria) The DGET function syntax has the following arguments: Database Required. The range of cells that makes up the list or database. A database is a list of related data in which rows of related information are records, and columns of data are fields. The first row of the list contains labels for each column. Field Required. Indicates which column is used in the function. Enter the column label enclosed between double quotation marks, such as "Age" or "Yield," or a number (without quotation marks) that represents the position of the column within the list: 1 for the first column, 2 for the second column, and so on. Criteria Required. The range of cells that contains the conditions that you specify. You can use any range for the criteria argument, as long as it includes at least one column label and at least one cell below the column label in which you specify a condition for the column. Remarks If no record matches the criteria, DGET returns the #VALUE! error value. If more than one record matches the criteria, DGET returns the #NUM! error value. You can use any range for the criteria argument, as long as it includes at least one column label and at least one cell below the column label for specifying the condition. For example, if the range G1:G2 contains the column label Income in G1 and the amount $10,000 in G2, you could define the range as MatchIncome and use that name as the criteria argument in the database functions. Although the criteria range can be located anywhere on the worksheet, do not place the criteria range below the list. If you add more information to the list, the new information is added to the first row below the list. If the row below the list is not blank, Microsoft Excel cannot add the new information. Make sure that the criteria range does not overlap the list.