Microsoft Excel Tip #6

In this blog we will discuss multiplying arrays.

First, set up your arrays with the data to be used.

Then, you will want to select the 4×4 box (in this example) where you would want the matrix result to end up.


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In the formula bar, you will type =MMULT(

[Array 1, Array2]) and then, BEFORE hitting enter (which will not work in this instance), you will need to use CONTROL+SHIFT+ENTER (COMMAND+SHIFT+ENTER for Macs) to do the operation (for any and all array functions).


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