Summary: Inside a Microsoft Excel 2003 spreadsheet, need to display the 2nd-highest profit-grossing month of a year, or the 2nd-worst?
The =max and =min Excel 2003 functions return the largest or smallest value of a series. What if you need the 2nd largest or smallest values? Or the 3rd?
The =LARGE(array,n) returns the nth largest value of a series. The =SMALL(array,n) function returns the nth smallest value of a series.
For example, if you have a spreadsheet with the following values:
To return the 2nd largest value of the series, which would be 45:
To return the 2nd smallest value of the series, which would be 28:
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Last Modified on: July 13, 2008, at 12:04 A.M. EDT
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