I have series of companies and output ,some values of output are missed how can be replaced by the average of nearst two years values of output or replaced by the following or previous value of output,sample of my data is attached.
I have a worksheet which records whether a form was filled out in a specific time period . Now I'm down to the last fews bits.... See on the example attached (Sheet is TOP Report) - I have now managed to put formulas in to work out if the TOP was done in a particular time window, however I now need to figure out for each client which windows were missed, e.g on row 7 I can see by looking that the client missed windows 1 and 4, but is there a way to get excel to tell me this without me having to read each line??
I need to know how to count how many rows have missed a deadline. So I have 800 rows. Each row contains a Due Date(Column F) and a Date Sent (Column AH). I need to know the count of how many of those rows have missed a deadline. Is this even possible to do without having to create some type of separate column?
I attached a workbook and it shows data in row 2 - 960. and in cells BA1574 -BM1604 are the summary by using 'sum if' function. As you can see, row 160 countercheck the results and it shows differences.
So my questions are
1) any formula that i can use to ensure all cost centres are taken up in Col AZ1574 - AZ1604? I am sure that i have missed something out.
2) My goal is to summarise the total of each cost centre. Is there other options to reach this goal apart from using 'sum if' function? I would like to learn something new.
In a program that I'm intimately familiar with (Excel) I seem to find it annoying. ...or at least in my limited usage thus far it's been that way. Takes up a lot of screen real estate and seems to be a bit of a cluttered jumbled mess of text and graphics.
For programs I use less frequently (Publisher) it seems to be helpful. I can sorta right-click my way through lots of things and get stuff done. That's kinda nice.
For a program I use moderately (Word) it's sort of a toss-up. I can't find stuff easily, but once I figure it out, it seems like it's a more efficient design.
I imported an Excel spreadsheet from a computer running an older version of Excel to my computer with Excel 2007. I opened up the specially designed add-ins tab and started a new worksheet which I then saved. When the programme was closed and re-opened, the add-ins tab was missing so I could not continue working on my new file.
Is this a compatibility issue between the versions of Excel (yet everything worked fine when freshly opened)? Following the help instructions I could not recover the bespoke add-in tab.
how I get this back each time I open the file? It is important I get the bespoke add-ins as they are designed to input runners taking part in a race and working out the results afterwards in various categories.
I have an excel tool I am adapting to 2010 from 2003. It imports another tool which has been created elsewhere in my company and it is protected so I cannot alter it. This tool that I cannot change creates its own custom toolbar the "old fashioned" way so it dumps into the add-in tab on the ribbon. My tool opens this corporate tool and changes some items on the toolbar (enters values in a text box) and then imports data from it. However in run-time the custom toolbar never appears. Is there a way to refresh the ribbon in run-time after opening the file so I can then access the toolbar items?
I would like to restore some important functionality in Excel 2007 which has become disabled for a spreadsheet which I saved in different file formats.
I opened an Excel 2003 file with Excel 2007 and used 'Save As' into different formats (default, macro-enabled, binary) to see the resulting file size.
A number of Ribbon items are now greyed out for this file, including, - Insert - Tables, Illustrations, charts, etc. - Styles - conditional formatting and Format as table, - Formula Auditing - Data - just about all of them - View - some of the Window items. Also, I cannot resize or move a button on a worksheet.
Attempts to 'Save As' into the Excel 2003 format cause Excel 2007 to hang.
I'm making a task sheet for my employees and would like them to see the option in the ribbon automatically that allows you to add a picture. I have made my custom ribbon with the "picture" command right under the Home tab. I want to email my workbook as an attachment to my employees and have that picture button right there in their ribbon when they open up the attachment. Is this possible?
I have the code that accompanies the attached spreadsheet model that locks the copy, paste, cut, double click and so on, with the right mouse button and shortcut keys, however, the toolbar excel these functions still remain active. How well I block access to the toolbar.
Is it true that I have to enable macro and choose to trust access to the VBA project object model in order to create and run macros? It seems there is some security risk associated with making the workbook as macro enabled. What makes the commands run from the ribbon security free? Is it true that we can work around the macro security concern by creating a command button to the ribbon and run the macro from the command button? If yes, how come I could not find any discussion of creating the command buttons? I am using Excel 2007.
Is there any way to remove the ribbon from view completely. I am aware they allow us to minimize it and I can do that through VBA or Macros however I don't want the people doing the entry to have any access to the ribbon at all.
I have a pretty developed add-in I've created for use at work. It has 3 full custom ribbon tabs worth of buttons and boxes and other features that run all of the macros in the project. Everyone loves it. The only problem is, its only used when we work with customer statement excel files. When using Excel for other tasks it is annoying to have 3 extra, essentially useless tabs taking up space on the ribbon.
Is it possible to create a button and stick it on, say the Data tab, that will "Start" the add-in and make the 3 custom tabs visible? Ideally there would also be a button to "Close" the add-in or hide the extra tabs until they're needed as well, but how to customize for my specific needs.
I have a workbook that has a userform with some simple code to translate formulas from .FormulaLocal to .Formula, and back.
I use that workbook a lot to translate formulas I find on here to something my German XL2007 will understand. I thought it would be neat, as well as giving me the opportunity to learn something new, to have that functionality as an add-in, rather than having the workbook open all the time. It is easy enough to save the wb as an add-in, and I can see it in my add-in list, install or un-install it. What i can't figure out is how to put a button on the xl07 ribbon when the add in is installed so i can access it.