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DGET

The english function name DGET() has been translated into 16 languages. For all other languages, the english function name is used. There are some differences between the translations in different versions of Excel.

Availability

Excel VersionsAvailabilityCategory
Excel 2016YesDatabase
Excel 2013YesDatabase
Excel 2010YesDatabase
Excel 2007YesDatabase
Excel 2003YesDatabase

Reference language

LanguageDesignation
EnglishDGET

Translations

LanguageDesignation
CzechDZÍSKAT
DanishDHENT
DutchDBLEZEN
FinnishTNOUDA
FrenchBDLIRE
GermanDBAUSZUG
HungarianAB.MEZŐ
ItalianDB.VALORI
NorwegianDHENT
PolishBD.POLE
Portuguese, BrazilBDEXTRAIR
Portuguese, PortugalBDOBTER
RussianБИЗВЛЕЧЬ
SpanishBDEXTRAER
SwedishDHÄMTA
TurkishVAL

Different translations for Excel 2010 SP1

LanguageDesignation
BasqueDB.IRAKURRI
CatalanBEXTREU
GalicianBDOBTER

Different translations for Excel 2010

LanguageDesignation
BasqueDB.IRAKURRI
CatalanBEXTREU
DutchDHAAL
GalicianBDOBTER

Links to the Microsoft Online Help for the function DGET()

Note: Microsoft is currently updating the links and contents for the Excel online help. Therefore, some of the following links may not work as expected and lead to an error page. The links will on this site will be updated as soon as possible.

Language   
ArabicFinnishKazakhRussian
BasqueFrenchKonkaniSerbian
BulgarianGalicianKoreanSlovak
CatalanGermanLatvianSlovenian
Chinese - SimplifiedGreekLithuanianSpanish
Chinese - TraditionalGujaratiMalaysianSwedish
CroatianHebrewMarathiThai
CzechHindiNorwegianTurkish
DanishHungarianPolishUkrainian
DutchIndonesianPortuguese, BrazilVietnamese
EnglishItalianPortuguese, Portugal-
EstonianJapaneseRomanian-