Using Database Functions with Tables
As you saw in Chapter 6, Excel contains 12 database functions for use with tables. Each of these functions requires three arguments:
- database. This argument tells the function which database or table to use. You can specify database as either a range (for example, A1:F4) or by the table's name (for example, “Customer_Sales”).
- field. This argument tells the function which field in the database you're interested in. For example, you could specify "State" to use the field named State.
- criteria. This argument tells the function the range in which to find the criteria for the comparison. The range must have at least one column label and at least one cell under the column label; this is where you specify the condition. ...