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Array
=AverageHigh
=AverageLow
=CountUnique
=IsInArray
=Large
=Reverse
=Small
=Sort
=SumHigh
=SumLow

Color
=Hex2Hsl
=Hex2Rgb
=Hsl2Hex
=Hsl2Rgb
=Rgb2Hex
=Rgb2Hsl
=Rgb2Hsv

DateTime
=DaysOfMonth
=MonthName2
=Quarter
=TimeConverter
=WeekOfMonth
=WeekdayName2

Environment
=ComputerName
=OS
=UserDomain
=UserName

File
=CountFiles
=CountFilesAndFolders
=CountFolders
=CurrentFilePath
=FileCreationTime
=FileDrive
=FileExtension
=FileFolder
=FileLastModifiedTime
=FileName
=FileSize
=FileType
=GetActivePath
=GetActivePathAndName
=GetFileNameByNumber
=PathJoin
=PathSeparator
=ReadFile
=WriteFile

Math
=Ceil
=Floor
=InterpolateNumber
=InterpolatePercent
=Max
=Min
=ModFloat

Meta
=XlibCredits
=XlibDocumentation
=XlibVersion

Network
=Http
=ParseHtmlString
=SimpleHttp

Random
=BigRandBetween
=RandBetween
=RandBetweens
=RandBool
=RandomRange
=RandomSample

Regex
=RegexReplace
=RegexSearch
=RegexTest

StringManipulation
=CamelCase
=Capitalize
=CompanyCase
=CountLowercaseCharacters
=CountUppercaseCharacters
=CountWords
=DedentText
=EliteCase
=Formatter
=InSplit
=IndentText
=KebabCase
=LeftFind
=LeftSearch
=LeftSplit
=RemoveCharacters
=Repeat
=ReverseText
=ReverseWords
=RightFind
=RightSearch
=RightSplit
=ScrambleCase
=ShortenText
=SplitText
=Substr
=SubstrFind
=SubstrSearch
=TextJoin
=TrimChar
=TrimLeft
=TrimRight
=Zfill

StringMetrics
=Damerau
=Hamming
=Levenshtein

Utilities
=BigDec2Hex
=BigHex
=Dec2Hex
=Hex2Dec
=HideText
=HtmlEscape
=HtmlUnescape
=JavaScript
=Jsonify
=Len2
=SpeakText
=UuidFour

Validators
=CreditCardName
=FormatCreditCard
=IsCreditCard
=IsEmail
=IsIPFour
=IsMacAddress
=IsPhone
=IsUrl

Environment Module

This module contains a set of functions for gathering information on the environment that Excel is being run on, such as the UserName of the computer, the OS Excel is being run on, and other Environment Variable values.


=ComputerName()

This function takes no arguments and returns a string of the COMPUTERNAME of the computer

Arguments

None


Returns

{String}: Returns a string of the computer name of the computer


Examples

  • =ComputerName() -> "DESKTOP-XYZ1234"

=OS()

This function returns the Operating System name. Currently it will return either "Windows" or "Mac" depending on the OS used.

Arguments

None


Returns

{String}: Returns the name of the Operating System


Examples

  • =OS() -> "Windows"; When running this function on Windows
  • =OS() -> "Mac"; When running this function on MacOS

=UserDomain()

This function takes no arguments and returns a string of the USERDOMAIN of the computer

Arguments

None


Returns

{String}: Returns a string of the user domain of the computer


Examples

  • =UserDomain() -> "DESKTOP-XYZ1234"

=UserName()

This function takes no arguments and returns a string of the USERNAME of the computer

Arguments

None


Returns

{String}: Returns a string of the username


Examples

  • =UserName() -> "Anthony"