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## Using logical operators and functions in Excel

This lesson explains how to use Excel's logical operators and logical functions (AND, OR, NOT). These boolean operators can be used in a number of ways, either on their own, or to complement other Excel functions. In many cases, you can even use one of these functions instead of a more complicated function. For example, it is often easy to rewrite an IF statement using either AND or OR. This lesson includes examples of how to do this.

## How to display one random item from a multiple-select relationship field in Pods

This lesson covers a specific scenario with the Pods framework in WordPress where you have two custom post types linked by a multiple-select Relationship field with multiple values. This example describes a Service post type and a Testimonial post type, where you can have multiple Testimonials linked to one Service, and you want to display just one of those testimonials at random each time the Service page is loaded.

## Manage user accounts at the command line in Linux

This lesson covers various aspects of managing users at the command line in Linux.

## Use the ADDRESS function to find the address of any cell

It can sometimes be useful to know the address of a cell in a worksheet, so you can use that address in a formula. In this lesson, we'll look at how to use the ADDRESS function to find out the address of a cell. We'll then use the ADDRESS function in an example to demonstrate how useful it can be.

## Select cells quickly and easily in Excel using the keyboard instead of the mouse

Once you get used to using Excel, you can find that using the mouse to select data in your spreadsheet is somewhat slow and time consuming. Here's a quick technique for selecting a range of cells in Excel.

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## Use SUMIFS to sum cells that match multiple criteria in Excel

The SUMIFS function in Excel allows you to sum the values in a range of cells that meet multiple conditions, or criteria. For example, you might use the SUMIFS function in a sales spreadsheet to to add up the value of sales of a specific product by a given sales person (e.g. the value of all sales of a microwave oven made by John). This lesson explains how to use SUMIFS.

## Hide the page title in Drupal 8

Learn how to control the display of the page title on different pages of your Drupal 8 website.

## Copying formatting from one cell to another using Format Painter

If you have formatted a cell and want to use the same formatting for another cell or cells, you can easily copy the formatting from that cell to as many additional cells as you like.

## Use COUNTIFS to count cells that match multiple criteria

The COUNTIFS function in Excel counts the number of cells in a range that match a set of multiple criteria. COUNTIFS extends the COUNTIF function which only allows one criteria. It is similar to SUMIFS, which will find the sum of all cells that match a set of multiple criteria. This lesson shows you how to use COUNTIFS and provides some practical examples to help you understand how it works.