each vertical line would be considered weeks 9 thru 1. week 9 would be the first vertical line of digits on the left. it could also contain the most common 2 digits horizontally. Both 2 digit values would be color coded ex. blue equals most common 2 digit horizontally and green equals vertically. I would also like to color code the most common 2 digit value diagonally as long as it is the most common of either the vertical or horizontal 2 digit. Each number is seperate on the worksheet they would not be pairs. im using excell 2003.
I know you can take a number from one cell and combine it with number from another cell and make it one number. What I need to do is the reverse. Take a two digit number in a cell and separate it into single digits in two cells. If you have the number 50 in a cell, then is there a formula that will take the 5 and put it in cell and take the 0 and put it in the cell beside it?
I have a column of 6 digit numbers in excel, and I need to remove the last digit from each number, turning it into a 5 digit number. No rounding, just simply remove the last digit. Each number is different. Does anyone know how to quickly and efficiently remove the last digit from each number? I can convert to alphanumeric string if need be...
How to calculate a check digit in excel. The details to calculate this are as follows:
All variables in the calculation are positive integers.
We take each integer of the pro number and multiply it by a value and sum them to get a total.
An Example: 8 Digit Pro Number: 66988757 Pro Number: 6 6 9 8 8 7 5 7 Position in the Pro Number: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Multiply each digit in the pro number by (10-position) in the number, to achieve a sum.
Using our example pro again: 6*(10-1) + 6*(10-2) + 9*(10-3) + 8*(10-4) + 8*(10-5) + 7*(10-6) + 5*(10-7) + 7*(10-8) 6*9 + 6*8 + 9*7 + 8*6 + 8*5 + 7*4 + 5*3 + 7*2 54+ 48+ 63+48+40+28+15+14 = 310 Take the Sum of the previous calculation and divide it by 11 310/11 = 28
(Actually, it's 28.181818, but since we're working with integers, we truncate everything behind the decimal).
Figure a remainder by multiplying the quotient by 11 and subtracting from the sum. Remainder = 310 - (28*11) ---> Remainder = 310 - 308 ----> Remainder = 2 Check Digit = 11- Remainder Check Digit = 11 - 2 ---> Check Digit = 9 Note: if the check digit is 10 or 11, need to subtract 10 from the Check Digit.
I have letter and number combination code in two collumns and they differ for 10.000 numbers:
BAM98314 BAM88314 BAM90000 BAM80000
As you can see the left code is for 10000 numbers higher. the letters are allways the same. In the event that this isn't so, if difference between codes in same row is more or less than 10000 numbers. I was thinking on making conditional formating so the cells with wrong difference would be marked red, but I do not know how to make formula for this difference.
I've tried everything I know (which isnt that much to be honest. lol). Ive tried the frequency formula but that doesn't work the way I want it - I think its probably the wrong formula to use. I've also tried a pivot table but they always vex me. If a pivot table IS the way to go, could someone talk me through it step by step? (*the wizard is just as confusing as doing it yourself I find) ....
write a udf function to deal with the above ?I know large(a1:e1,1) for picking up the largest one in the row,but no idea to find the largest one when these five numbers are combined to build a 5-digit number.
[ want to find largest 5-digit (also 4 ,3 digit ) numbers combined by thess five numbers]
I want to convert a Lexicographic Index Number, better known as Combination Sequence Number (CSN) to a combination using an EXCEL formula.C(n, k) Lexicographic Index Numbers, where n is the total numbers drawn from, and k is the total numbers drawn.
I have a lookup table in cell M1:R56 which holds the correct data, that I am pretty sure about.
In cell G1 I have the Lexicographic Index Number I want converted to a combination. In cell J2 I have the value 39 (n). In cell I2 I have the value 5 (k). In cell K2 I have the formula =COMBIN($J$2,$I2).
In cell A1 (the first number in the combination) I have the formula:
In cell B1 (the second number in the combination) I have the formula:
This works for the vast majority, but gives an ERROR when numbers 35,36,37,38,39 are in the combination, but funny enough NOT all the time.Lexicographic Index Number 575757 which is the maximum combination gives ALL ERRORS.
I'm currently trying to make a sort macro that sorts a row of data that has a combination of numerical data and the text entry "N.A."
My field: 1 2 N.A 4 5 N.A 9
I want to sort the cells by descending value. But the result appears as:
My field: N.A N.A 9 5 4 2 1
But I want to numbers to appear first and have the "N.A."s to be after the number, since I have about 100 columns and some rows have like 30 N.A., which is pretty bad for usability if all that appears in the first screen are "N.A."
EDIT: by the way by ascending the data is fine since it orders by smallest number to largest and THEN the "N.A."
I am looking for an efficient solution to the following problem. I have a sales table with two columns, titled C1 and C2. The first column lists the product sold, and the second column lists the associated customer.
Here's what I mean (though I can't figure out how to create neat columns in this post):
I'm looking for another excel game changer (for the work I do anyway).
I have a dollar amount, and I want to know if any combination of dollar amounts in a particular range of cells will equal that dollar amount. Is this possible in Excel?
Example: I have 20 different dollar amounts in a column. I want to know what combination of those 20 different dollar amounts, if any, will equal $257.97. The dollar amount I'm looking for and the numbers in the range will change with each use. I'm hoping for a formula, but VBA will work too as I could just make a template and copy / paste the numbers in.
Well I want to add few numbers in a few number for example I have ten columns containing few cell numbers and i want to add 92 my country code with it. I have tried this by using replace formula but in result it comes in text format from which i cannot use another formula unless text format is removed and for that i have to do it one by on in every single cell. I have attached a sample sheet.
or whatever the number is after A1D, but when AK8 = a value of 1 or 2 or 3...... It comes back as A1D1 or A1D2... How ca I keep the two digits in AK8 to stay and put the value the way I want in AE5 ...
The last digit of a number (can be any demonination but always an integer). I know that you can check the last digit of a number with =RIGHT(A1,1) but I would like to check whether the last digit in number is 1,2,3,4,5 and if so change the whole number to a number ending in 5. If the original number ends in 0,9,8,7,6 then I want it to be changed to end in 9. Is this possible and if so is there an excel function that I could use?? e.g. 143 -> 145 e.g. 1037 -> 1039
I have a cell with a number which is a result of several previous sums. It's a number with 8 to 11 digits. For example: 878567663.
I need to add each digit of the number, and then add again the result until I end up with a single digit. In the above example it'd be (8+7+8+5+6+7+6+6+3=56), then (5+6=11), then (1+1=2) and put the end result (2) in a cell
My main doubt is that I don't know how to use a simple "do while" type structure in Excel to achieve the above.
1.) How do I create a formula to do that?. I have seen solutions in this board that let me add each digit but that's it... I need to "reduce" it until only one digit is left...
2.) What about if the lenght of the number is not always the same (fe. in one cell is 8, in another is 11, the next one is again 8...)?
I have a column of references I wish to standardize. Contained within a general text description there is also an order-specific reference number, which is not relevant for my purposes. I wish to find all of these numbers and replace them with nothing (i.e. retain the rest of the description).
The reference numbers are always in the format "P#####/##". Unfortunately these references are in the middle of the text field, not at the start or end, so I can't use a LEFT or RIGHT formula to delete them.
Once these reference numbers have been deleted I will then be able to filter for unique records only. When I do this at the moment the filtering has no effect due to these specific reference numbers.
I am trying to get a formula to return the last digit from a number in a cell as a number.
If the cell (B3) contains a number such as 164 or 34 I want to return a value of 4 and have it be formated as a number.
I have tried =RIGHT(B3,1) and it returns a 4 but I cannot get another formula to recognize it as a number. It shows up in the cell on the left side as text would and if I format it as a number nothing happens it is still on the left and the formula does not work.
I'm trying to search a column that has cells with various length strings. Included in the strange (at random locations) could be possibly be a 7 digit number starting with 4. I want a formula that counts the number of cells with contain that 7 digit number. Is this possible?
I have a cell containing body of an email.How can i check for 15 or 16 digit number in the text and extract it. Basically i am checking for a credit card number in the email and if it is there then i need to extract it to adjacent colum.
I have this script that does what i need it to do but one thing, I need the script to count the numbers as digits only and not the dashes in the format.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Count 1 Then Exit Sub If Intersect(Target, Range("I21:I24")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.EnableEvents = False If (Len(Target) > 11) Or (Len(Target) < 10) Then MsgBox "Not a valid number of characters, please try again" Target.Value = vbNullString...................