I'm trying to determine the average of a set of numbers, based on a scale of 1 through 10. There are two columns and it would look something like this:

1 3,452 2 2,990 3 564 4 etc.

I want to determine the STDEV here as well but assume I can just exchange the AVG function with that function, once I know how to tie column B (the numbers) to column A (the rank).

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.

I wonder a simple Vlookup formula for setting up a teachers gradebook. I need to find the average letter grade for three tests using a table. I've attached the file so you can see what I mean. I've tried, but just can't seem to get it to work.

However, is there a way that I can get Vlookup not to return N/A when I have a blank cell on the report (not in the data table). I want to be able to calculate the progressive grade average of a stduent as the year progrsses.

The scale on our chart in the X axis is mandating a numeric number. It is showing "39200" instead of 4/28/07. In any event, we would like to have 4/9/07 -- the last date we have data for and the last date that we have referenced on the X axis.

The chart is in the attached chart.xls and the data is in the attached chart.xls

I am trying to create a scale using IF functions in Excel.

I have a row of numbers that I want to convert to my scale. My scale is fairly simple, less than 1 =1 and more than 10 = 1 After that, any number between 1-2 gets a 10, any number between 2-3 gets a 9, any number between 3-4 gets a 8, etc.

So, what I have done is take a logic if-then function and applied it to my row of numbers. It looks something like this:

=IF(2<D2<3,9)

However, this doesn't work. I have a number (2.55), and instead of showing a 9, it says FALSE. I am pretty sure 2.55 falls between 2 and 3 on the scale. Why won't it work?

Also, is there any way to create a function where I could put each of my if/then functions to create my whole scale? Right now I just have 10 separate columns for each number on my scale.

Here's the scenario. A co-worker and I access the same file from the same online database and download it in the same manner. We have the same version of excel. We then open these identical files, we run a formatting macro (identical), but when it comes time to set the page breaks in order to get the items to print on the same page I have to increase a columns width to make it fit on one page and yet it still doesn't match theirs. It appears to have a different scale but I'm not sure of the option difference between our machines. I don't know how it could be the printer since it physically gives her different page break option than what mine does.

My display scale is 125%. A college's is set to %100. This causes errors when I place Shapes to saved locations, .Top & .Left programmatically. Based on Google searches, it appears that setting the auto scale mode to DPI may solve this problem. How do I set it?

I have a list of items that each one has starting price, demands and current price. Current price changes by demands according to pre determined scale. Demands values are entered manually by user. I’m looking for a formula that will calculate current price automatically according to the scale & demands. I cannot know what will be the amount of demands (it could be 0 or 5000...) but I do know that demands are sequential integer numbers, positive or negative. I also don’t want it to exceed the minimum and maximum value that determine by user. I think the attached file will explain well than what I’m writing.

I am using a VBA macro which performs a Yahoo webquery to obtain stock data. After the data are downloaded, a chart is updated with the new data.

The current macro updates the scaling on the price axis just fine, however, if I change the time frame the x axis, i.e, time/date axis is either spread out to far or jammed up.

The code for re-scaling the the y axis is shown below:

Code: Sub UpdateScale() Dim ChartVar As Chart Dim lMax As Long, lMin As Long On Error GoTo ScalingProblem 'Assigns the values in the Min and Max ranges to variables.

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Any similar sub that would also rescale the x axis as needed when the data intervals are changed?

Calculate the intensives to be paid to a loan officer based on the number of cases he brings , according to the following :

the first 10 cases 0 from 11 to 15 cases 6 pounds from 16 to 20 cases 8 pounds from 21 cases to more 10 pounds

so I need to put the total number of the cases , the loan officer brought in one cell, and this value to be processed and splitted to the segments above , and multiplied with adjacent pounds sums , and finally calculate the total of theintensive to be paid.

I have a big set of data, where I requires to zoom in to view the details of the graph (by scaling the X and Y axis). I am thinking of a graph that can use 4 scroll bar to control the zooming. 2 for each axis, where one control the difference between the maximum and minmum value (Zooming effect, minimum value always the same), and one to scroll the range of the data without zooming, (maximum - minimum) always the same.

I have a Scatter chart that plots a simple XYScatter plot. The data for this plot can be very wide ranging, and for that reason, I use AutoScaling to scale the axes. Nine times out of ten, it works just fine, but it seems that when the X data ranges from about 5200 to 7200 +/-, the autoscaling does not calculate well (example attached).

Autoscale range will go from 0 to 8000, leaving a large area of unplotted graph space.

I thought the original issue was that I may be plotting zeros or blanks, but I've eliminated that problem. I have yet to find another range of values that causes it, but I'm sure there's some. What is it about the way that Excel calculates its AutoScaling that I'm missing?

What do you all recommend to eliminate this problem? Manually scaling it is not really an option in this case, as I want this to be completely transparent to the user for ANY range of data.

I need a formula to calculate a linear sliding scale from 10%-30% (no higher, no lower). Based on the data in the below chart, if the GROR (let's say this is known and the result resides in cell A1) is less than or equal to 0.0% the payout % is 10.0% and gradually increases as the GROR increases.

The payout % is capped at 30% which is if GROR is 18% or greater. Below are just some examples of how certain thresholds should calculate.

I have a row containing numbers from 1 to 4 and I want to use a color scale to differentiate between the cells easier. The problem is, that I have multiple sheets and in some sheets, I get a different color scale, even though I use the same command and color scale.

I've already removed the "conditional formatting" on all worksheets, but the problem isn't resolved. Is there another way to clear the formatting of a cell, besides going to the "Conditional Formatting" tab and clicking "delete rule for entire sheet"?

I have never used or created a Macro before. I have worked out how to record one etc. What I would like to know is, is it possible to design a macro and whenever an excel workbook is opened it will list all the Macro's you have created so that you can just action on any sheet or work book.

I am creating a Power Poll Spreadsheet for a Fantasy Football League, and I need to create a code that will take the win/loss columns and in a new column assign rankings so that the team with the most wins gets ranked '1st', then '2nd' etc. I'd like it to, in the case of a tie, rank both teams equally 'the 3rd and 4th best teams both have identical records, so both get ranked '3rd' and the '4th' ranking gets skipped.

I have searched for a formula to allow this, and I can't find it. Can anyone help? As an aside, is anyone aware of a place I can find a listing of formulas that can be used in sports ranking, etc?

I have a number in a cell of 1025132.36. I need to scale it down to this number with this formatting: 1,025.13 (Two decimal places with comma separaters)

Basically it is dividing it by 1000 or scaling it by 3 (move the decimal place to the left three places). I cannot use /1000 in the cell and I cannot reference it to/from another cell. I must use something under Format/Cell. I was trying to create a custom format.

I saw in another forum thread to use #”.”###. This does the scaling but then I can’t make the number viewed with only two decimal places. Also when I tried to add comma separators for thousands it put a comma right before the decimal.

I have a rather large spreadsheet that takes a long time to calculate. One sheet has the data (about 2800 rows by 650 columns), with samples in rows and data for each sample in the columns. A second sheet has functions to group the data according to predefined patterns. That second spreadsheet is about 800 columns wide and as many rows as I need it to be, as the samples don't need to be analyzed all at once.

Ideally I would like to do all samples at once by making the second spreadsheet 2800 rows high, but the calculation time is just way too long. And there's the problem. The calculation time seems to increase exponentially with the number of rows I calculate at a time. I ran a few tests making it different sizes, and here are the results:

rows time(seconds)

100 3.5 150 12 200 23

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I tried both HLOOKUP and INDEX/MATCH functions and it didn't make a lot of difference. These numbers are for INDEX/MATCH.

Graphing these numbers show that it follows an exponential curve pretty closely. What is interesting is that the progress indicator at the bottom of the screen finishes in a few seconds, about 5 seconds for 350 rows, and I can see the new data after those few seconds. But then it sits and appears to do nothing for the rest of the time. So, for 350 rows, it looks to be done with the calculations within 5 seconds, but then it freezes for another 2 minutes with CPU usage maxed out before I can do anything with the program. That actual calculation time seems to scale linearly with the number of rows I calculate, but the time after it finishes calculating before it finishes whatever else it's doing scales exponentially.

The spreadsheet does have a macro and a couple of other sheets and a macro that do some later analysis and I wondered if that had something to do with it. To check that, I created a new spreadsheet and set it up the same as the original one, with the data in one spreadsheet and the INDEX/MATCH formulas in the other. I copied the data over, but setup the formulas new without copying/pasting anything. It didn't make any real difference.