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Using the AGGREGATE function to bypass errors and hidden rows

Using the AGGREGATE function to bypass errors and hidden rows: Excel 2016: Managing and Analyzing Data
Using the AGGREGATE function to bypass errors and hidden rows: Excel 2016: Managing and Analyzing Data

The AGGREGATE function gives you tabulation options, including SUM, AVERAGE, and 17 other functions, automatically displayed as you type the function. Other options let you ignore cells in a range that contain errors, are part of a hidden row, or those that contain AGGREGATE and SUBTOTAL functions.

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