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There seems to be a misunderstanding in the term "substrate" in Excel. While it is a commonly used term in scientific and biological contexts, it doesn't have a direct equivalent or application in Microsoft Excel.

Here are some possibilities that might be closer to what you're looking for:

  1. Subtraction: If you meant to ask about subtracting numbers in Excel, you can use the minus sign (-) operator. For example, to subtract 5 from 10, you would type =10-5 in a cell and it would display the result, 5.
  2. Data manipulation: Excel offers various features for manipulating data, which might be what you're interested in. This could involve tasks like:
    • Filtering: This allows you to display specific subsets of data based on certain criteria.
    • Sorting: This rearranges data in ascending or descending order based on a chosen column.
    • Formulas and functions: You can use built-in functions like SUM, AVERAGE, or COUNT to perform calculations on your data.

If you can provide more context or details about what you're trying to achieve in Excel, I might be able to offer more specific guidance on the appropriate functions or techniques to use.

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