This is probably quite a simple request but here goes:-

=SUM(h2,e2-f2)

I would like excel to perform this calculation but only if another cell contains a date. I couldn't figure out how to do that so I added another column next to that cell and added =ISNUMBER(A8) to return a true or false statement. I was then going to hide this column but still refer to it.

transaction cleared amount amount balance
date date in out
A B C D E F H
1 $500.00 BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD
2 1/1/10 TRUE 1/2/10 TRUE $5.00 =SUM(h2,e2-f2)
3 1/2/10 TRUE FALSE $300.00 =SUM(h3,e3-f3)
4
5
6
7

I don't know if this makes sense of if anyone can suggest another way of working this out. New to excel so sorry if this is basic stuff.

I am trying to Sum lines of info with "True or False" and "Yes and No". I would like to assign 1 to True and Yes and 0 to False and No when I total the rows. Never tried this in Excel, on Lotus and the formula does not work. I can find and replace, but I would like to be able to use a formula.

I've been asked to adjust some thing with a worksheet someone else created. On the sheet labeled "Criteria" there is a list of dates and some formulas that use these dates. I can't figure out why the result of the formula is a number, i.e "0"; I thought it is supposed to return "TRUE" or "FALSE". If I insert a new sheet, within the same workbook, and insert the same formula, I get "TRUE" or "FALSE". For some reason, the "Criteria" worksheet doesn't return "TRUE" or "FALSE", it returns numbers. I just need to know why this is happening so I can replicate it in the new workbook I'm creating.

I'm trying to determine if a rangeName is defined so that I can delete it without a programming error. I've used the idea that if I try to goto a non-existant rangeName, I'll get an error. I've tried to design a function that will return true or false if the rangeName is defined on the basis of that idea. Can you take a look at the code and see where I went wrong?

I need to check one column to see if it is less than another one If it is I need to have the IF function return specific criteria for true and then for false but then I also need it to rely on the results of another question from another column if the result of the first query is less than the figure in another column again I need to return specific criteria for tur and then for false An AND function requires both to be true but when one isnt what do I write?

I am trying to return a TRUE or FALSE based on a date in a cell.

for example:

if cell A1 = 07/11/2009

I want A2 to show TRUE or FALSE if A1 is 14 days or more behind todays date.

I have tried stuff like:

=IF(A1=TODAY()-14,"True","False")

but it just always says false. EDIT: I have just noticed that if I change the date in A1 to exactly 14 days behind todays, it returns TRUE. So, it does work. Do I need to add a GREATER THAN in there?

I have a worksheet where I have around 300 rows, each with 7 columns. What I want to do is add a checkbox to each column. I plan on setting non-applicable checkboxes to mixed status and locking the worksheet. I will unlock applicable checkboxes and sumif or countif their value according to row-based scoring, for example, each checked checkbox represents a value of 3. I do not know VBA and have chose to use the form control checkboxes rather than ActiveX.

I believe that a formula for this would be something like: =SUMIF(B1:B3,True,"3") or =COUNTIF($B$1:$B$3,True)*3

I am wondering firstly if I have that right and secondly if there is a way to stop my checkboxes from displaying labels. Currently, if I click on one it displays True behind the active checkbox. If I uncheck it, it displays False.

when you type True into a General formatted Excel cell Excel returns TRUE. This value cannot be formatted to a 1 (or a -1) by applying a different format. Thus, does Excel have a boolean data type? Or is it something else like a numeric value that for whatever reason is not receptive to format changes.

I am currently looking at the workings of a spreadsheet designed by someone else. Within this sheet, a cell has the formula that , once broken down, equates to:

=100*TRUE (Cell returns a value of 100)

And another that equates to :

=100*FALSE (Cell returns a value of 0)

Am I correct in thinking that TRUE always equals 1, and FALSE always equals 0? I think this is right, but just need someone to confirm.

I've done a check box on excel (ActiveX) which then enters True or False when I tick or untick it. Is there any way which you can change the True/False words to something else?

For example, if the box was ticked it would enter "Electric" instead and "N/A" if the box was unticked?

On sheet 3 column d i have a vendor number. I am trying to create a formula in column M (same sheet) that will say "True" if the vendor number in column d is also listed on sheet 2, column A (Rows 2-148)

I've got a mega excel sheet right now with multiple people making updates to it on a daily basis. As such I am trying to find a way to output various totals in a separate static table which i can grab at any point and be confident numbers are correct.

The problem, firstly I cant figure out how to have multiple true false formulas checking the sheet from 1 cell. i.e "Check column B True/False for RestrauntNameXYZ + Check column E for true/false GroupABC + check column G for true/false Lunch"

and then

Calculate sum of column A for all rows which above combinations of true/false checks spit out.

I have numbers from -50 to 50 going down column C. In column D, I want to enter a formula which will convert each number to a TRUE or FALSE. How do I do that?

I believe 1 = TRUE and everything else = FALSE, but I would like to know how to get that with a formula.

i have this formula and need to change true and false to text for both the expressions =OR(E23<=DATE(YEAR($L$2),MONTH($L$2)+$J$2,DAY($L$2)),($L$2>E23))

what im trying to do is e23 has a static date (food sell by dates)and if that date gets within 3 month (J2) period of todays date (L2) i want it to say "warning" if e23 is equal to or older than todays date i want it to say out of date.

L2 has =today() J2 has the number of months in it for the warning

Hi, I am doing a spread sheet for work and just have a little issue. I have two time fields in the spread sheet and if one is less then the other it reads true and turns green but if it’s greater then it reads false and goes red. Is there a way of it to say how much the time is under or over the original instead or just reading true or false?

I have a master spreadsheet which shows agreeed rentals for vehicles, on the sample this is the "OCS" tab. I receive a spreadsheet which contains the actual rental charged, in my example this is the tab "Invoice" in my example the VRN are in the same order on both sheets, in reality the invoice spreadsheet is not in the same order as my OCS sheet. My task is to match the VRN field in the invoice sheet to the VRN in the OCS sheet, then look at the amounts and if they match then return "true" if they don't return "false

I have an Excel workbook which has 10 rows of numbers with a min of 20 and max of 30. The random number lies in column B and this will be tested to see if it lies between the min and max. I need to loop this 10 time over

I first started out declaring the 3 variables and assigning values to each variable. It works if I assign a value of 22 for Number but I want VBA to see the Number and make a decision (True or False) if that number lies within the range of 20 to 30.

Should I name the Number variable as a variable because its value will change depending on if it matches the conditions? Also would a case be easier? Between.xlsx

How do I get my excel spreadsheet to keep a count like 1 of 54 from column A (which is only going to put out values of True or False)?

These values are not always going to be in succession. Currently I want to track A2, A7, A11, A21, and A30 and I want the output to state 0 of 5 and count up from there when I change the values to True like 1 of 5, 2 of 5 and so on.

Write if statement or any other formula: if cell C3 is less then 0 then "over due", if = 0 then "due" and if more then zero then "not due yet" otherwise preferably nothing, because that would mean that the cell is empty.

Group Name / Data A / .01 A / .02 A / -.02 B / .05 B /-.01 C /.02 C /-.03

I need one true or false return for each group if the absolute value of the differences in any combination of a group's data is greater than or equal to .05.