Assign Numerical Values By Letter Across A Range

Dec 17, 2007

I have a formula that counts all instances of the letters a, b and c in a range and assigns them a value of 1 unless they are in the M column in which case a, b or c counts 4.

=SUM(COUNTIF(J2:AB2,{"a*","b","c"}),OR(LEFT(M2)={"a","b","c"})*4)

This worked well but now I need to modify the weightings across this range. My new goal is to count all instances of a,b and c in the range J2:AB2 but have M column a,b, c's = 2 and N:R column a,b,c's equalling 4. Letters other than a,b or c count as 0.

Example:

J2...K2...L2...M2...N2...O2...P2...Q2...R2...
A....B.....B.....C.....B.....D....B.....C.....E

the output of the above sequence should be

1+1+1+2+4+4+0+4+4+0 = 21

Assign Numerical Values To Text To Allow Calculations

Jan 31, 2010

I am working up a workbook template that will be used to process survey results. The way I ultimatley want it to work is that the user can paste data from another application into a worksheet in Excel, and then view analysed results on a second sheet (which are processed via formulae on a third, hidden sheet).

The problem I have is this: the data from the program that's capturing them are text values. For example, column B contains answers to a question where participants rate an experience, and the values are either "Excellent", "Good", "Fair", "Poor", "Awful". I want these to be converted to numerical values, on a scale where "Excellent" = 5 and "Awful" = 1, so that I can then average these.

So, the question is: Can I somehow tell Excel that "Excellent" = 5 and "Good" = 4 etc, and then use AVERAGE(B:B) on the text data and get a number back?

I did think of having an intermediate sheet that used VLOOKUP to create a copy of the first sheet (where the user pastes the text data) with the text replaced by numbers. But, because I don't know in advance how many rows will contain data (i.e. how many survey results there will be), I have to assume on the high side and copy down 50,000 rows. But, this takes ages to calculate.

Assign Names With Specific Numerical Values

Feb 27, 2008

My company is soon to be rolling out a new payment system, and I'd like to be able to track commission for everything I sell. Briefly, we get paid via a percentage of the company's gross profit, and the way in which the company gets paid is tiered. (the cellphone business)

So, If a customer activates a plan thats below \$39.99, we get paid X amount. If it's below \$59.99 we get paid Y amount, and so on and so forth, there are multiple different tiers.

What I want to do is set up a list via data validation so that I can pick what plan they have (via the name of the plan) and have it return a numerical value (ie \$39.99) and also have the ability to pick text messaging, etc as options so that the workbook will add the monthly rates (39.99 + 14.95) and then have it return value for the right priceplan tier.

If this is confusing, I apologize for not being more clear, but attached is an example. The top one is what I'm actually trying to code, but the bottom is completely filled in, so you can get a more clear sense of what I'm trying to do. Honestly I'm not even sure if it can be done.

How To Assign Numerical Value Based On Name

Apr 25, 2013

I have a list of names and prices as shown in two columns as a master list:

Apple and Lime 3,5
Assam 2,5
Chamomile Flowers 2,5
Chamomile Lemongrass3,5
Chilli mint 3,5
(the list is a lot longer than this!)

I have created a pick list using data validation to pick any of the names to insert elsewhere in the spread sheet. How can i get the next cell adjacent to this name to search and input the corresponding price?

Giving Letter A Numerical Value

Apr 2, 2014

I'm working on a spreadsheet and I want the letter "E" to have a numerical value of zero, and not necessarily in just place as my sheet will be regularly updated. If you're a fan of golf, you will understand what I am doing. I'm basically making a custom leader board for a fantasy golf game that I'm doing, and I'd like for the letter E to represent the value of zero when I am adding up the scores.

For example
A1: -1
A2: -3
A3: 4
A4: E
A5: -2
A6: 3
A7: 3
A8: -5
Total: -11 (have a formula set up to only count the best 4 scores).

I want to be able to add up those columns, and since only the lowest 4 scores count, I need E to equal zero. I get that I could just put 0 there, so I'm being a little picky (in golf E represents Even par, essentially a value of zero for the purposes of this game). There are 20+ teams in the game so I need E to be recognized as zero in each of those fields.

How Do You Assign A Numerical Value To A Check Box Within A Spreadsheet

Sep 28, 2008

I am working on a vendor scorecard, and can not determine how to assign numerical values from 1 through 5. I am basically needing a way for the value to be added into a sum when the box is selected.

Avoiding Non-numerical Values In A Range

Jan 1, 2009

I have a range, A1:A10 that I want to sum, min, and max. I want to ignore any text or #DIV/0! values in this range. I know how write the formulas except how to ignore the text and cell errors. Can someone steer me in the right direction?

Give Letter Numerical Value And Use It To Format Another Cell?

Jul 22, 2014

I am a teacher and I want a column to turn a particular colour if a pupil has met their target grade and another if they have not. Our grades work as letters A* being the best then descending as follows A, B, C, D, E, F, G, U.

I have a column with the pupil's target grade (one of the above letters) and another column with their current grade. How do I get excel to understand the ranking of the letters and format the current grade column according to whether they have met their target or not?

Pivot Table To Turn Numerical Data Into Letter?

Feb 26, 2013

What would cause a pivot table to turn numerical data into a letter?

I have a field, cost center, that has about 15 different possible values in it that look like this: 141350, 141360, 141370, 141380, etc. When I compile the data into a pivot table and try to sort on pivot table everything looks normal, except that 141350 is returned as 'R'. If I change the value to anything else, it is fine, but as 141350 it's changes from numerical formating to a single letter.

I'm sure something was accidentally set to do that automatically.

Dynamic Named Range - Select Only Cells With Numerical Values

Jul 21, 2006

Is anyone aware of some way to use the " dynamic named range approach" to only select the cells with numerical values in a column and name this range?

I've looked at the examples on this site but can't find any solution to this particular problem although I have a feeling that this should be possible.

Assign Folder Based On First Letter Of Name

Jan 2, 2014

I have a routine that looks a variable's first letter and then assigns it to a specific folder. I have tried using just the first letter (firstletter) and the ASCII value of the first letter but neither seem to work - see below.

firstletter = Left(rng.Value, 1)
iletter = Asc(firstletter)
MsgBox iletter
If iletter < 71 Then cmfolder = "CM A-F" Else
If iletter > 70 And iletter < 77 Then cmfolder = "CM G - L" Else
If iletter > 76 And iletter < 83 Then cmfolder = "CM M - R" Else cmfolder = "CM S - Z"
MsgBox cmfolder

Return Range Of Numerical Values In Single Column Based On Frequency Percentage

Oct 25, 2005

I have a single column of numerical values that may repeat many times within
the column.

I require a flexible Formula:
Use an Input Cell for the specified and changeable Percentage(s) %.
Column may be filtered � so only take into account Visible Filtered Cells.

The Formula will calculate and Return the numerical range of values that fall
between the specified percentage % (using the Input Cell) e.g.; 70%.

The Formula should Return two numeric values: a Start Value and an End Value
� NOT necessarily the minimum and maximum per se BUT the MIN and MAX of the
values that appear 70% of the time in the column; therefore, taking into
account Repeat / Duplicate values.

The calculated Results: the two numeric values will be returned to separate
cells on a new Sheet.

Assign Range Name Based On Cell Values

Jan 24, 2009

In my workbook sheet 11 has some ranges that need to have names based on cell values in sheet2 (for purposes of data validation lists).

Range S28:S46 will assume the name of sheet2A11 & sheet2A3.
(example name period_1unit_1)

Range U28:U46 will assume the name of sheet2A11 & sheet2A4.

Range W28:W46 will assume the name of sheet2A11 & sheet2A5

Right now I am calling the code when something is entered into A11.

I have tried if statement and select case, but I ran into complications with both.

I have posted both codes with the questions I have concerning those codes.

Assign Name To Range Using Variables And Cell Values

May 23, 2009

For example, I have the numerical value "400" in R1C2 and that value would be used in the name "D400" which is to be assigned to R1C1:R5C2.

The code I have is:

Range("R" & DRow & "C1:R" & DRow + 4 & "C2") = "D" & Cells(DRow, 2).Value

but is throwing up the error:

"Run-time error '1004':
Method 'Range' of object '_Global' failed

DRow increases dependant on other variable data.

Also, am I right to be using R1C1 instead of A1, or can the same be achieved using A1 references? If so, I think I may not be able to see the wood for the trees.

Assign Range & Interate Through & Insert Values

Jun 17, 2008

What I need to is create a VBA function with several parameters that reads data from an M x N range of rows and columns (matrix). I cannot just pick and choose certain cells within this range as the function goes into a loop through at least 200 cells in the 35 x 200 range. Obviously, I am here posting as I cannot get this function to work. I believe my troubles lie with reading this range into the function...

Application.Goto Reference:="range"
rangearray = Selection.Value

values(I, J) = rangearray(I + 1, J)

Do I need to set a function variable equal to that range, or do I do this another way? Basically, I need to have the ability to pick a given cell(m, n) out of the range and have my way with it in the function.

Assign Consistent Letter Value To Grade Percentage

Oct 9, 2008

Newbie here. I have a very frustrating problem. I am using excel for my gradebook at school. I've tried several different ways to assign a letter grade to an number average. It works fine each different way I do it, VLOOKUP, IF, etc. But, I have about 5 grades out of 100 which give the wrong letter grade. For instance, my scale says that a grade of 85 should be lowest limit of a "B", but I get a "C" returned in the cell instead. Like I said, it only happens on a few grades. The biggest majority work fine. I can't figure out why. Any ideas? Attached is one of the "problems" with a student's grades. Note the Final Avg with a grade of "C", it should be "B".

IF THEN Statements: Assign A Letter Grade To A Number

May 9, 2006

I have figured out how to assign a letter grade to a number, but am having trouble assigning it the other way, a number to a letter grade. For instance: If a student gets an A, I want the column next to it to indicate that the A represents a 4; a B represents a 3; a C represents a 2; D a 1; and F a 0. This will allow an easy grade point average calculation.

A 4 History
C 2 Math
A 4 English
B 3 Physical Ed
D 1 Science

GPA 2.80

Assign Range Values To Control Toolbox Combo Box

Apr 3, 2009

I've built the code for a Template form for data entry of a survey. Through Control Toolbox I've created the form and used several textboxes, option buttons, checkboxes and COMBO boxes this one in turn being my trouble.
- Sheet one is called "Data" (this is the place where all inserted information is going to be stored
- Sheet two: "Variables" (here is where I keep the required values for the como boxes - inserted manually apriorely...
Question: What is the code to assing to the combo boxes in order to have the values from the sheet "Variables" of the range A1:A4 - use the comboboxq2 for referee, I'll do the others
P.S. see the code up to now:

Private Sub CommandButtonN_Click()
Dim eRow As Long
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim inf As WorksheetFunction

Set ws = Worksheets("Data")
Set ws = Worksheets("Variables")

' Find first empty row in database survey
eRow = ws.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).Row ................

IF Formula: Assign A Specific Letter To Each Rating, Depending Of The Obtained Number

Jun 15, 2009

I have some delivery ratings from suppliers, and I want to assign a specific letter to each rating, depending of the obtained number. Criteria is:.........

Formula That Would Assign A Letter Grade (in Row W) To The Average In Row V, Based On The School's Scale

Oct 3, 2006

Need to write a formula that would assign a letter grade (in row W) to the average in row V, based on the school's scale. So, row V contains my averages (in % form) and I want row W to have the letter equivalents.

93+=A
85-92=B
75-84=C
67-74=D
<66=F

Auto Numerical Values

Jul 25, 2009

creating functions in excel and would like to hire someone who can assist me in creating the following functions: Column A (For Numerical Values Less Than or = to 100): Column B Value should be (+10)

Example 1: If a numerical value of 90 is placed in Column A then Column B Numerical Auto Value should be 80+10 (190). Example 2: If a numerical value of 35 is placed in column A then Column B Numerical Auto Value should be 35+10 (45) and so on. Another important point is that if the values in column A are copy and pasted Column B should automatically discharge the values visibly as the examples stated above is this possible? If not i'll need to have this done.

Also there are other numerical values that must be added in Column A (basically for every increase in numerical value of 100 there are to be different numerical plus factors in accordance to Column A). Column A (For Numerical Values greater than 100 but less than 200): Column B Value should be (+15).......

Set Up An If Statement That Where 'a' And 'b' Are Numerical Values

Jan 25, 2010

I want to set up an if statement that does the following, where 'a' and 'b' are numerical values.

If 'a' is not a multiple of 'b' Then
...
Else
...
End If

How can I write this so VBA can understand it?

Sorting Numerical Values

Apr 6, 2006

I've got a series of values in a column as follows:

10 Mb
10 Mb
1000 Mb
1000 Mb
114 Mb
128 Mb
128 Mb

Obviously 1000 mb is more than 10 mb, but it sorts as second in the list
because it starts with a "1". How do I tell Excel to sort by the entire
numerical value instead of the first number?

Returning Only Numerical Values

May 11, 2009

it seems that excel is deciding what type of array this is by evaluating the type of the first cell in each column and applying this type to the rest of the array's column. Problem is that i want all values to be brought in, text and numerical.

Dim VArray As Variant
Sub DA201()
If FileThere(Path & "DA201.xls") Then
GetDataTowers Path & "DA201.XLS", "", "DataRange", Sheets _("Towers").Range("CStart"), False, False
Else
MsgBox ("File DA201.xls not found. Click OK to continue")
End If
End Sub

Public Sub GetDataTowers(SourceFile As Variant, SourceSheet As String, SourceRange As String, TargetRange As Range, Header As Boolean, UseHeaderRow As Boolean)
Dim rsCon As Object
Dim rsData As Object
Dim szConnect As String
Dim szSQL As String
Dim n As Integer
Dim row, m As Integer

If Val(Application.Version) < 12 Then
szConnect = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" & _
"Data Source=" & SourceFile & ";" & _
"Extended Properties=""Excel 8.0;HDR=No"";"
Else....................................

Convert Levels To Numerical Values

May 29, 2009

I need to convert levels to numerical values and then: Firstly, add together two vlookup values THEN divide by 2 to get an average AND THEN see if this average AND a second, individual lookup value are above a specified another value, which may be different. IF all these criteria are set, return, "yes" if either the first or second, or both criteria are not met then "no"

Or put it another way. if lookup values A+B/2>"5" AND C>"3" then "yes", Else "no"

Lookup chart:

P11
P22
P33
P44
P55
P66
1c7
1b9
1a11...............

Assigning Numerical Values To Words

Mar 9, 2013

I'm making a spreadsheet for the homes I'm looking at purchasing and wanted a way to calculate automatically which one has the most things we're looking for.

So for example, if a home has a walk in closet, it would say "yes". If it doesn't it obviously would say "no".

Is there a way to assign a number value in a totals column where "yes"=1 and "no"=2?

Or a way to make colors equal a certain value?

Where I'd make all the "yes" items green and then a green cell = 1, a yellow cell = 2, and a red cell = 3.

Conditional Sum From Matrix With Non Numerical Values

Feb 27, 2012

I am trying to conditionally sum numbers from a matrix. On the vertical axis, there will be duplicate values (text) who's rows should be summed, and on the horizontal axis I need to sum in between two numbers that will be in sequential order (such as dates). The real tough part for me is that the data field that I will be summing from has non numerical values, like dashes. Obviously, I don't want to sum the dashes, but it throws off any formulas I have tried (like sum arrays).

My hopes are to use as little memory as possible so my file size wont get too big and to not have to use macros (I do not really use them), although I am willing to try if they are basic.

In the example below, I want to sum rows for the letter "A" and in between numbers "2" and "4."

# 1 2 3 4 5
A2 6 5 4 2
B4 5 6 4 1
C-----
A4 2 1 2 1
E1 1 2 2 2

Y Variable: A
X Variable Min: 2
X Variable Max: 4

Correct Result = 20.00 = (6+5+4+2+1+2)

Remove Symbol From Numerical Values And Add?

Mar 19, 2013

I often have to OCR files in Adobe and then copy the data as a table into Excel. Sometimes when I move the data over these little boxes with question marks inside will appear infront of the data in the cells. I can delete the square from the spell by just backspacing after it but I don't want to have to do that for hundreds of cells individually. Googling around I found a formula: =RIGHT(A1, LEN(A1)-1)

That formula will get rid of the box, once the box is removed I need to be able SUM the values, but I am still unable to. I've tried to copy and paste the values before using the SUM function but that does not work, I've also tried to SUM before removing the box but that does not work either. I've found that if I double click in the cells after using the formula that it will allow me to use the SUM function but that would require me to double click hundreds of cells individually. Also, just in case this matters, a little green flag appears in the upper left corner of the affected cells after I use the previously mentioned formula.

Assigning Text Numerical Values

Jul 9, 2006

Is it possible once you have assigned text a numerical value (example: Adam = 12) to add them together? (example: adam =12 and bob = 8, therefore adam + bob = 20)

Assign Values To A Cell Based On Values Of Another

Jul 7, 2013

I'm attempting to assign 1 of 4 predetermined values to a cell based on the values of entries in another cell.

View the example attached : Value assignmts.xls

Assign the Value of 1, to (D8) when any value entered in (C9) is equal to or over 380, but less than 410.
Assign the Value of 2, to (D8) when any value entered in (C9) is equal to or over 410, but less than 440.
Assign the Value of 3, to (D8) when any value entered in (C9) is equal to or over 440, but less than 470.
Assign the Value of 0, to (D8) when any value entered in (C9) less than 380.