## What was the highest scoring word in Scrabble?

Oxyphenbutazone: A type of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) This is theoretically the highest-scoring of all the Scrabble words—hooked to the right words, it would earn a whopping 1,778 points, found Dan Stock of Ohio.

**Is 220 a good Scrabble score?**

A well-contested Scrabble game should end with around 600 to 700 total points. So, the average Scrabble score to beat is about 350 for a 2-player game, 230 for a 3-player game, and 175 for a 4-player game. If you can regularly score higher than that, you can legitimately claim the coveted title of “Good at Scrabble.”

**How do you scramble names in Excel?**

How to randomize a list in Excel with a formula

- Insert a new column next to the list of names you want to randomize.
- In the first cell of the inserted column, enter the RAND formula: =RAND()
- Copy the formula down the column.

### How do you scramble a cell in Excel?

Shuffle rows/a column values with formula

- Then press Ctrl + Enter.
- Now you can go to Data tab, and select Sort smallest to largest or Sort largest to smallest as you need.
- Then there is a popped dialog, and check Expand the selection option.
- Till now the data range has been shuffled by rows randomly.

**How do I generate a list of random names in Excel?**

1. Select this cell and press F9 key, you will get different names randomly. 2. You can also select the cell and drag the fill handle down to list the random names you need, but you will get duplicate names with this formula.

**Can you randomize data in Excel?**

If you want to rearrange items in a list in random order, you can use Microsoft Excel’s RAND function. The function generates random numbers, which allow you to then randomize your list items.

## How do I randomize a list of words in Excel?

To randomize a list in Excel, all you have to do is combine the ‘RAND’ function and the ‘SORT’ feature. To start, enter the ‘RAND’ syntax into the cell beside the first entry of our list. After that, copy and paste the syntax down the column.

**How do you group data by criteria in Excel?**

To do this:

- Select any cells in the row labels that have the sales value.
- Go to Analyze –> Group –> Group Selection.
- In the grouping dialog box, specify the Starting at, Ending at, and By values. In this case, By value is 250, which would create groups with an interval of 250.
- Click OK.

**Can Excel make random groups?**

At the core of this solution is the RAND function, which is used to generate a random number in a helper column (column C in the example). To assign a full set of random values in one step, select the range C5:C16, and type =RAND() in the formula bar.

### Is there a randomizer in Excel?

**How do you combine a list of names in Excel?**

**Is there a way to scramble cells in Excel?**

If you don’t have time to fiddle with formulas, use the Shuffle Cells tool included in our Ultimate Suite for Excel to do a random sort faster. Head over to the Ablebits Tools tab > Utilities group, click the Randomize button, and then click Shuffle Cells. The Shuffle pane will appear on the left side of your workbook.

## How to do a two-table lookup using VLOOKUP?

The process is quite simple. We are just using a combination of VLOOKUP and IFERROR. For a two-table lookup, the formula would be: The first argument in the IFERROR function, “value” would be a VLOOKUP looking in Table1. The second argument of the IFERROR function, “value_if_error” would be a VLOOKUP looking in Table2.

**How do I use multiple VLOOKUP functions in a spreadsheet?**

Sometimes you might need to use a single VLOOKUP formula to look in different tables of data set out in spreadsheets. One way in which you can do this is to nest several VLOOKUP functions together, telling them to look into a specified table depending on a number that you enter into another cell. For instance:

**How do you use VLOOKUP if a1=1?**

In this formula, you tell the VLOOKUP function to look in the named range Table1 if A1 contains the number 1 (IF (A1=1, VLOOKUP (B1,Table1,2,FALSE)), and to look in the named range Table2 if A1 contains the number 2 (IF (A1=2,VLOOKUP (B1,Table2,2,FALSE)).

### Where does the lookup value come from in VLOOKUP?

The lookup value comes from column J. The array is the table header. Match type is zero, for exact match. When I copy the formula down, I get a numeric index for each field. Now I just need to copy MATCH formula into VLOOKUP to replace the hardcoded column index. This is an example of nesting functions inside a formula.