The Function Selector is the third row of the , shown below marked in red at its default state.
It enables the user to browse through all the , which are accessible for the currently selected and in the and respectively.
As soon as a new type is selected in the Type Selector that is not , the Function Selector is automatically set to the function for the user's convenience, since this is the most frequently used function associated with a non-anstract type.
Below is the wizard's state after the type has been selected.
Information on the current state of the Function Selector is immediately displayed in a popup window as the user hovers with the mouse over it, as shown below:
Clicking on the Function Selector will display a popup window listing all functions that apply on the currently selected type, as shown below:
The three columns contain the following information:
First column: Function's name
Second column: Most ancestral type where the function is originally defined
Third column: Function's context expressed as either L or S, the initial letters for and respectively.
Fourth column: Function's Excel volatile status expressed as either V or NV, meaning Volatile and Non-Volatile respectively.
As the user hovers the mouse over the listed rows, the expected as input by each function appear in the and the function's description appears in the , as shown below:
Note that by default, the are hidden and are not displayed in the
If they are ever needed, they can be unhidden as described in the above link.