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The tutorial shows how you can leverage the new SEQUENCE function to quickly generate a list of dates in Excel and use the AutoFill feature to fill a column with dates, workdays, months or years.

Until recently, there has been just one easy way to generate dates in Excel – the AutoFill feature. The introduction of the new dynamic array SEQUENCE function has made it possible to make a series of dates with a formula too. This tutorial takes an in-depth look at both methods so that you can choose the one that works best for you.

When you need to fill a column with dates in Excel, the fastest way is to use the AutoFill feature.

Filling a column or row with dates that increment by one day is very easy:

Type the initial date in the first cell.

Select the cell with the initial date and drag the fill handle (a small green square at the bottom-right corner) down or to the right.

Excel will immediately generate a series of dates in the same format as the first date that you typed manually.

Fill a column with weekdays, months or years

To create a series of workdays, months or years, do one of the following:

To auto generate a series of days, weekdays, months or years with a specific step, this is what you need to do:

Enter the initial date in the first cell.

In the pop-up menu, choose Series (the last item).

In the Series dialog box, select the Date unit of interest and set the Step value.

In one of the previous tutorials, we looked at how to use the new dynamic array SEQUENCE function to generate a number sequence. Because internally in Excel dates are stored as serial numbers, the function can easily produce a date series too. All you have to do is to correctly configure the arguments as explained in the following examples.

Note. All the formulas discussed here only work in the latest versions of Excel 365 that support

All the formulas discussed here only work in the latest versions of Excel 365 that support dynamic arrays . In pre-dynamic Excel 2019, Excel 2016 and Excel 2013, please use the AutoFill feature as shown in the first part of this tutorial.

To generate a sequence of dates in Excel, set up the following arguments of the SEQUENCE function:

SEQUENCE(rows, [columns], [start], [step])

Rows – the number of rows to fill with dates.

Columns – the number of columns to fill with dates.

Start – the starting date in the format that Excel can understand, like “8/1/2020” or “1-Aug-2020”. To avoid mistakes, you can supply the date by using the DATE function such as DATE(2020, 8, 1).

Step – the increment for each subsequent date in a sequence.

For example, to make a list of 10 dates starting with August 1, 2020 and increasing by 1 day, the formula is:

=SEQUENCE(10, 1, "8/1/2020", 1)


=SEQUENCE(10, 1, DATE(2020, 8, 1), 1)

Alternatively, you can input the number of dates (B1), start date (B2) and step (B3) in predefined cells and reference those cells in your formula. Since we are generating a list, the columns number (1) is hardcoded:

=SEQUENCE(B1, 1, B2, B3)

Type the below formula in the topmost cell (A6 in our case), press the Enter key, and the results will spill across the specified number of rows and columns automatically.

Note. With the default General format, the results will appear as serial numbers. To have them displayed correctly, be sure to apply the

With the default General format, the results will appear as serial numbers. To have them displayed correctly, be sure to apply the Date format to all the cells in the spill range

Make a series of workdays in Excel

To get a series of working days only, wrap SEQUENCE in the WORKDAY or chúng tôi function this way:

WORKDAY(start_date -1, SEQUENCE(no_of_days))

As the WORKDAY function adds the number of days specified in the second argument to the start date, we subtract 1 from it to have the start date itself included in the results.

For instance, to generate a sequence of workdays starting on the date in B2, the formula is:


Where B1 is the sequence size.

Tips and notes:

If a start date is Saturday or Sunday, the series will begin on the next working day.

The Excel WORKDAY function assumes Saturday and Sunday to be weekends. To configure custom weekends and holidays, use the chúng tôi function instead.

Generate a month sequence in Excel

To create a series of dates incremented by one month, you can use this generic formula:

DATE(year, SEQUENCE(12), day)

In this case, you put the target year in the 1st argument and day in the 3rd argument. For the 2nd argument, the SEQUENCE function returns sequential numbers from 1 to 12. Based on the above parameters, the DATE function produces a series of dates like shown in the left part of the screenshot below:

=DATE(2020, SEQUENCE(12), 1)

To display only the month names, set one of the below custom date formats for the spill range:

mmm – short form like Jan, Feb, Mar, etc.

mmmm – full form like January, February, March, etc.

As the result, only the month names will appear in cells, but the underlying values will still be full dates. In both series in the screenshot below, please notice the default right alignment typical for numbers and dates in Excel:

To generate a date sequence that increments by one month and starts with a specific date, use the SEQUENCE function together with EDATE:

EDATE(start_date, SEQUENCE(12, 1, 0))

The EDATE function returns a date that is the specified number of months before or after the start date. And the SEQUENCE function produces an array of 12 numbers (or as many as you specify) to force EDATE to move forward in one-month increments. Please notice that the start argument is set to 0, so that the start date gets included in the results.

With the start date in B1, the formula takes this shape:

=EDATE(B1, SEQUENCE(12, 1, 0))

Note. After completing a formula, please remember to apply an appropriate

After completing a formula, please remember to apply an appropriate date format to the results for them to display correctly.

Create a year sequence in Excel

To make a series of dates incremented by year, use this generic formula:

DATE(SEQUENCE(n, 1, YEAR(start_date)), MONTH(start_date), DAY(start_date))

Where n is the number of dates you want to generate.

In this case, the DATE(year, month, day) function constructs a date in this way:

Year is returned by the SEQUENCE function that is configured to generate an n rows by 1 column array of numbers, starting at the year value from start_date.

Month and day values are pulled directly from the start date.

For example, if you input the start date in B1, the following formula will output a series of 10 dates in one-year increments:


After being formatted as dates, the results will look as follows:

Generate a times sequence in Excel

Because times are stored in Excel as decimals numbers representing a fraction of the day, the SEQUENCE function can work with times directly.

Assuming the start time is in B1, you can use one of the following formulas to produce a series of 10 times. The difference is only in the step argument. As there are 24 hours in a day, use 1/24 to increment by an hour, 1/48 to increment by 30 minutes, and so on.

30 minutes apart:

=SEQUENCE(10, 1, B1, 1/48)

1 hour apart:

=SEQUENCE(10, 1, B1, 1/24)

2 hours apart:

=SEQUENCE(10, 1, B1, 1/12)

The screenshot below shows the results:

If you do not want to bother calculating the step manually, you can define it by using the TIME function:

SEQUENCE(rows, columns, start, TIME(hour, minute, second))

For this example, we’ll input all the variables in separate cells like shown in the screenshot below. And then, you can use the below formula to generate a time series with any increment step size you specify in cells E2 (hours), E3 (minutes) and E4 (seconds):

=SEQUENCE(B2, B3, B4, TIME(E2, E3, E4))

How to create a monthly calendar in Excel

In this final example, we’ll be using the SEQUENCE function together with DATEVALUE and WEEKDAY to create a monthly calendar that will update automatically based on the year and month that you specify.

The formula in A5 is as follows:

=SEQUENCE(6, 7, DATEVALUE("1/"&B2&"/"&B1) - WEEKDAY(DATEVALUE("1/"&B2&"/"&B1)) + 1, 1)

How this formula works:

You use the SEQUENCE function to generate a 6 rows (the max possible number of weeks in a month) by 7 columns (the number of days in a week) array of dates incremented by 1 day. Hence, the rows, columns and step arguments raise no questions.

The trickiest part in the start argument. We cannot start our calendar with the 1st day of the target month because we do not know which day of the week it is. So, we use the following formula to find the first Sunday before the 1st day of the specified month and year:

DATEVALUE("1/"&B2&"/"&B1) - WEEKDAY(DATEVALUE("1/"&B2&"/"&B1)) + 1

The first DATEVALUE function returns a serial number that, in the internal Excel system, represents the 1st day of the month in B2 and the year in B1. In our case, it’s 44044 corresponding to August 1, 2020. At this point, we have:

44044 - WEEKDAY(DATEVALUE("1/"&B2&"/"&B1)) + 1

The WEEKDAY function returns the day of the week corresponding to the 1st day of the target month as a number from 1 (Sunday) to 7 (Saturday). In our case, it’s 7 because August 1, 2020 is Saturday. And our formula reduces to:

44044 - 7 + 1

44044 – 7 is 4403, which corresponds to Saturday, July 25, 2020. As we need Sunday, we add the +1 correction.

This way, we get a simple formula that outputs an array of serial numbers beginning with 4404:

=SEQUENCE(6, 7, 4404, 1)

Format the results as dates, and you’ll get a calendar shown in the screenshot above. For example, you can use one of the following date formats:

d-mmm-yy to display dates like 1-Aug-20

mmm d to display month and day like Aug 20

d to display only the day

Wait, but we aim to create a monthly calendar. Why do some dates of the previous and next month show up? To hide away those irrelevant dates, set up a conditional formatting rule with the below formula and apply the white font color:

Where A5 is the leftmost cell of your calendar and B2 is the target month.

For the detailed steps, please see How to create a formula-based conditional formatting rule in Excel.

That’s how you can generate a sequence of dates in Excel. I thank you for reading and hope to see you on our blog next week!

Practice workbook for download

Date sequence in Excel – formula examples (.xlsx file)

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Hàm If And, If Or, Left, Date Lồng Nhau Trong Excel / 2023


1,1 HÀM IF

Hàm IF là một trong những hàm logic giúp người dùng kiểm tra một điều kiện nhất định và trả về giá trị mà bạn chỉ định nếu điều kiện là TRUE hoặc trả về một giá trị khác nếu điều kiện là FALSE.

Cú pháp:

=IF( logical_test, value_if_true, value_if_false)

Trong đó:


Hàm AND ít được dùng độc lập mà thường được dùng để mở rộng tính hữu dụng của các hàm thực hiện các kiểm nghiệm logic như hàm IF chẳng hạn.

Hàm AND trong excel là hàm sẽ trả về kết quả là TRUE nếu tất cả các đối số của hàm định trị là TRUE và trả về kết quả là FALSE nếu có ít nhất một đối số của hàm định trị là FALSE.

Cú pháp:

= AND(logical1, [logical2], ...)

Trong đó:

logical1: Là điều kiện thứ nhất bạn muốn kiểm nghiệm. Đây là đối số bắt buộc.

logical2: Là những điều kiện khác mà bạn muốn kiểm nghiệm. Đây là đối số tùy chọn. Tối đa bạn có thể thêm là 255 đối số.

logical1 và logical2 là các mệnh đề logic. Hàm này cho phép sử dụng nhiều hơn 1 mệnh đề logic.

Các đối số (điều kiện) phải chỉ định về các giá trị logic hay các mảng hoặc tham chiếu có chứa giá trị logic.

Nếu một đối số mảng hoặc tham chiếu có chứa văn bản hoặc ô trống thì những đối số đó sẽ được bỏ qua.

Nếu dải ô được chỉ định không chứa giá trị logic thì hàm AND trả về lỗi #VALUE!.

Các lưu ý khi dùng hàm AND

1,3 HÀM OR

Cú pháp:

Hàm OR cũng giống như hàm AND khi nó có nhiệm vụ kiểm tra điều kiện của các giá trị nhưng khác ở chỗ chỉ cần một trong hai hoặc nhiều điều kiện là đúng thì giá trị hiển nhiên là True. Còn tất cả sai thì hiển nhiên là False rồi.

= OR (logical1, [logical2], ...)

logical1: bắt buộc. Là một giá trị logic.

logical2 : tùy chọn. Là một giá trị logic. Có thể lên tới 255 điều kiện khác nhau.

Trong đó của hàm OR rất giống với AND:

Chức Năng: Trả về TRUE nếu bất kỳ đối số nào là TRUE, trả về FALSE nếu tất cả các đối số là FALSE.


Hàm AND: Nếu điều kiện kiểm tra chứa hàm AND, Excel sẽ trả về TRUE (Đúng) nếu tất cả các điều kiện được đáp ứng; nếu không sẽ trả về FALSE (Sai).

Hàm OR: Trong trường hợp sử dụng hàm OR trong kiểm tra, Excel sẽ trả về TRUE nếu bất kỳ điều kiện nào được đáp ứng; nếu khác sẽ trả về FALSE (Sai).

Nói tóm lại, có thể có 2 loại điều kiện cơ bản – với hàm logic AND và OR. Do đó, hàm IF của bạn nên nhúng một hàm AND và OR để làm phép thử logic tương ứng.

Để minh họa rõ hơn, chúng ta hãy xem xét một vài ví dụ của hàm IF với nhiều điều kiện.

Giả sử, bạn có một bảng với kết quả của hai điểm thi:

Ví dụ: Hãy đưa ra kết quả từ bảng danh sách học sinh gồm Họ và Tên, Điểm 1 phải lớn hơn hoặc bằng 60 và Điểm 2 phải lớn hơn hoặc bằng 90. Chỉ khi đáp ứng cả hai điều kiện trên, học sinh mới vượt qua kỳ thi.

Cách dễ nhất để tạo một công thức thích hợp là viết ra điều kiện trước, sau đó kết hợp nó vào đối số kiểm tra hàm IF của bạn:

Trong đó:

Công thức IF/AND:

Sau khi nhập công thức cho ô E5, nhấn Enter được kết quả trả về như hình phía bên dưới:

Ví dụ: Vẫn là ví dụ về bảng học sinh gồm Họ và Tên, Điểm 1 phải lớn hơn hoặc bằng 60 và Điểm 2 phải lớn hơn hoặc bằng 90. Hãy đưa ra kết quả nếu ít nhất một trong các điều kiện được chỉ định được đáp ứng cả hai điều kiện trên, học sinh mới vượt qua kỳ thi.

Cách dễ nhất để tạo một công thức thích hợp là viết ra điều kiện trước, sau đó kết hợp nó vào đối số kiểm tra hàm IF của bạn:

Trong đó:

Công thức IF/OR:

Sau khi nhập công thức cho ô E5, nhấn Enter được kết quả trả về như hình phía bên dưới:

Trong bảng trên, giả sử bạn có các tiêu chí sau để đánh giá điều kiện đạt của học sinh:

Nếu một trong các điều kiện trên được đáp ứng thì bạn đó được coi là đã vượt qua, nếu không thì trượt.

Công thức có vẻ phức tạp, nhưng thực ra cũng không quá khó lắm. Bạn chỉ cần biểu thị hai điều kiện là các câu lệnh AND và đặt chúng trong hàm OR vì không yêu cầu cả hai điều kiện được đáp ứng, chỉ cần một trong hai điều kiện đáp ứng là đủ:

Trong đó:

Cuối cùng, sử dụng hàm OR ở trên làm điều kiện kiểm tra logic trong hàm IF và cung cấp các đối số TRUE (Đúng) và FALSE (Sai).

Kết quả là bạn sẽ nhận được công thức IF sau với nhiều điều kiện AND/OR:


Để hàm IF có thể nhận dạng được ngày tháng trong một biểu thức logic, bạn phải đặt nó trong hàm DATEVALUE như thế này: DATEVALUE(“11/15/2020”). Công thức hoàn chỉnh có dạng như sau:

=IF(D4<DATEVALUE("11/15/2020"),"completed","Coming soon")

Như minh họa của hình bên dưới, công thức hàm IF này đáng giá ngày tháng trong cột D và trả về giá trị “Completed” nếu như trò chơi này diễn tra trước ngày 15 tháng 11, còn ngược lại thì công thức sẽ trả về giá trị “Coming soon”.

Để chỉ ra những ngày đã diễn ra cách đây hơn 30 ngày, bạn có thể dùng công thức sau:


How To Automatically Fill A Growth Series In Excel Using Autofill / 2023

Excel: How to Auto Fill a Growth Series

Previously we learned how to autofill a linear series by adding or subtracting a step value. In this tutorial, we define a growth series (hint: we multiply by a step value), and provide step-by-step instructions for autofilling a growth series in Excel. For related tutorials, see our Excel Autofill Information Center.

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What is a Growth Series?

In a growth series, the next number in the series is found by multiplying the previous number by a constant or step value. This creates a geometric sequence (trend, pattern). The step value can be a positive or negative number, an integer or decimal, but it cannot be zero.

The simplest example of a growth series has a step value of 2. If our beginning number is 1, the next five numbers in the series are: 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32. Each subsequent number in our sample growth series is found by multiplying the current number by 2.

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How to Autofill a Growth Series in Excel

There are three different methods for instructing Excel to autofill a growth series. The first two use the Fill Handle and the third uses the Excel ribbon found in Excel 2007 and newer versions. Learn the method which best suits your style.

Method #1: Enter First Two Numbers in the Series

Type the first two numbers in the first two worksheet cells (figure 1).

Select these two cells, and hover the cursor over the lower right corner to display the Fill Handle (+).

With the RIGHT mouse button pressed, drag the Fill Handle up, down, or across to select the cells to be filled. Release the mouse.

From the menu that now displays, select Growth Trend (figure 2).

The autofill results are shown in figure 3. Because two numbers were entered, Excel could determine the step value.

If you want a step value of 3, enter 1 and 3 into the first two cells (1×3=3). What if you want a step value of 2, but you want the series to begin with the number 5? You would enter 5 and 10 (5×2=10) in the first two cells.

In the second method, we only enter the first number and then specify the step value on the Series window. The four images below show our process of creating a growth series starting with the number 1 and having a step value of 3.

Enter the first number in the starting cell. Then hover the mouse over the lower right edge of the cell until the Fill Handle appears.

Press the Fill Handle with the RIGHT mouse button, and drag to select the cells to autofill.

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Method #3: Using the Ribbon to Open the Series Window

The Series window can also be reached via the ribbon in newer versions of Excel.

Type the first two numbers in the first two worksheet cells.

Select these cells and the rest of the column or row that you want autofilled.

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What is the difference between a growth series and a linear series? The next number in a linear series is found by adding or subtracting the step value. In a growth series, we multiply by the step value to calculate each new number.

A growth series may also be called a growth trend, a geometric pattern, or a geometric sequence.

The Microsoft website has a tutorial on how to autofill data series in Excel.

We hope you have found our Microsoft Excel tutorial on autofilling Growth Series helpful. Cheers!

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God Eater Season 2: Release Date, Characters And Plot / 2023

God Eater is a sci-fi anime series which is an adaptation of the God Eater video game franchise developed by Shift and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The first game, titled God Eater, was released on February 4, 2010 for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) platform, while the second and third major entries to the franchise, God Eater 2 and God Eater 3, were released on November 14, 2013, and December 13, 2018, respectively. The anime show, however, was released midway, and Season 1 of God Eater premiered on July 12, 2015. Although a long time has passed since then, fans of the show and the game are still waiting for news on Season 2. Here’s everything we know about the prospects of Season 2 thus far.

God Eater Season 2 Release Date: When will it premiere?

God Eater season 1 premiered on July 12, 2015, and while it was a fitting adaptation of the video game series, it left fans with many unresolved story arcs. Unsurprisingly thus, fans have been waiting to hear news on Season 2 since then, but unfortunately, Season 2 has not been confirmed as of now.

That being said, there’s no reason to get discouraged immediately. Considering the fact that the video game franchise has had a great run, it’s pretty evident that the God Eater franchise enjoys quite some popularity. Further, with the release of God Eater 3 in 2018, the source material on which the show is based saw further enrichment. Given these two facts, there’s still a chance that God Eater might be renewed for another season. Our best guess is that God Eater season 2 release date could fall sometime in 2020 or 2021. We will update this section as soon as we hear more.

God Eater English Dub:

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God Eater Plot:

The events in God Eater take place in the year 2071, in a fictional country called the New Asia Union. This future, however, is far from bright, and in 2071, humanity is shown to be on the brink of extinction, thanks to the emergence of man-eating monsters called “Aragami” who are immune to damage from conventional weaponry. Once the monsters started emerging, they devastated everything in their wake, nearly eradicating humanity in the process.

With humanity growing increasingly desperate to avoid extinction, an organization called Fenrir was formed to combat the monsters. Of course, owing to the destructive capabilities of the monsters and their immunity to conventional human weaponry, Fenrir had to come up with an alternative which would enable it to take the fight to the Aragami. Thus, they created operatives called “God Eaters” who are special humans infused with a biological material called “Oracle Cells”. These God Eaters are thus able to wield powerful biomechanical weapons called “God Arcs” which are also made of Oracle Cells, and can deal considerable damage to the Aragami. When Fenrir first started out, these God Arcs could only be of one type – either ranged or melee. However, as the technology behind the God Arcs kept improving, Fenrir was able to make “New-Type” weapons which could switch between cannon and bladed forms.

In this backdrop, the show follows a God Eater called Lenka Utsugi, who is armed with a New-Type God Arc. One of Fenrir’s most capable operatives, Lenka takes on the responsibility of wiping out the Aragami once and for all. However, with the monsters still spawning en masse, Lenka’s job isn’t easy, but with only the God Eaters standing between the Aragami and the complete annihilation of the human race, Lenka and his fellow operatives have to accomplish their mission at any cost.

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Lenka Utsugi: Named after a flower which springs from the mud, Lenka is the main protagonist of the show. A boy with a tragic past, Lenka’s entire family was killed in the destruction caused by the Aragami, but Lenka somehow survived and was taken in by Fenrir and trained as a God Eater. Following his training, Lenka is recruited by the Far East Branch of Fenrir, and shows exceptional courage in battle, putting the safety of his teammates and subordinates ahead of his own. Later in the show, Lenka is transferred to the 1st Unit, and while serving there, he learns a lot from his more experienced superiors. While Lenka is extremely passionate and caring about his comrades in arms, his only drawback is his eagerness to rush into battle, which sometimes hampers cooperation with his teammates.

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Alisa Illinichina Amiella: A 15-year-old God Eater wielding a New-Type God Arc, Alisa is transferred from Fenrir’s Russian branch to the 1st Unit of the Far East Branch. A proud and skilled combatant who isn’t afraid to voice her opinions, Alisa is an asset to the 1st Unit. However, whenever she faces a Vajra-type Aragami, Alisa goes into shock, triggered by a painful memory from her childhood when a Vajra-type Aragami killed her parents.

Kouta Fujiki: Another 15-year-old God Eater, Kouta joins the Far East Branch on the same day as Lenka, but unlike Lenka, he wields an Old-Type God Arc which is a ranged assault gun. Despite being young, Kouta is a fearsome fighter who is driven by his desire to keep his mother and younger sister safe from the Aragami.

Souma Schicksal: A skilled and decorated God Eater, Souma is also with the Far East Branch of Fenrir and is a veteran God Eater at age of only 18. Having seen much combat in his relatively short life, Souma is shown to be a jaded young man who hates interacting with others. However, he extremely skilled at combat, and is believed to have significantly more strength than the rest of his peers.

Sakuya Tachibana: The sub-leader of the 1st Unit of the Far East Branch of Fenrir, Sakuya is a top-rank sharpshooter who wields an Old-Type sniper God Arc.

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Tsubaki Amamiya: Although not a main character, Tsubaki plays an important part in the show. A veteran and retired God Eater, Tsubaki is Rindou’s elder sister and a legendary God Eater who served as the leader of the Far East Branch’s Combat Unit. After many years of glorious service, she was relieved from duty in 2069, and serves as the instructor and commander of the Far East Branch’s Women’s Division. Further, Tsubaki is also the supervisor of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Units of the Far East Branch.

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