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Part III: Function Reference > Database Functions

Chapter 17. Database Functions

Excel provides a series of functions designed to work with database tables (commonly referred to as lists). A list is considered a database table if it is rectangular and the top row contains the field names. Notice that all of these functions begin with the letter D and that they closely resemble other functions available in Excel. In fact, each of these functions has a non-database equivalent.

The following functions are covered in detail in this chapter:


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