I am working between two worksheets. In one worksheet I have a list of
account numbers. In the second worksheet I have the same account numbers in
a different order. What I am trying to do is, If the account number from
worksheet one is found in the column with the account numbers in worksheet
two, I want to display the matching title for the account number that is in
the same row but different column in worksheet two.

So essentially (if acct # from column x in wks 1= an acct in number in
column m from wks 2, display the corresponding title in the same row of the
matching acct # found in column m). Is this possible?

I need to colored the the max and lower value for every row (green for low and red for high) i did it well for first row with conditional formatting but i cant copy for the anothers ones and i dont want to do it row by row (i am so lazy). I did this for first Value and the copy format for the following values in row:

Formula Is =IF(ISBLANK(B5),FALSE,MIN($B$5:$G$5)=B5) (green color) Formula Is =IF(ISBLANK(B5),FALSE,MAX($B$5:$G$5)=B5) (red color)

The reference must be Absolute cause another way results become wrong for another values, but thats the problem cause i cant use it in below rows.

I run a report that has several blocks of information with blank rows separating them. The blocks change from time to time and across pages so they are not always in the exact same rows.

I'd like a macro that can insert page breaks around a certain number of rows (say 60), but not insert one between two rows that have any content. If the page break would fall between two filled rows I'd want it to go to the nearest blank row instead.

The pages would be about the same size but the blocks of information would not be broken up. That's my idea, anayway. I don't know VB so I can't be sure it's even possible.

Provided this is possible, I'd greatly appreciate the help, as would all the other people in my organization who have to do this on a daily basis.

The formula below works apart from the first bit which i want to be if F23 says 'fail' then i want the cell to say 'no dissertation' but if f23 says pass then i want the formula past that bit to be put into action.

I am creating a complex formula with UDF, this Hlookup is part of my complete formula. Meanwhile, I am working on this piece, not Sure what I am doing Wrong

I try to conver "MonthCurrent" Variable in a Year because the MonthCurrent is 06/01/2014, so will be Year(6/1/2014) = 2014

My Range called "DailyRates" is based per Year = 2014, 2015 ......

The number of columns vary, but the number of rows is constant. Lets assume, max_col is the number of columns and max_row is the number of rows per report. Then, I need the following logic as VB macro.

In column N I have a list of dates. In column Z I want to display either "Yes" where the date in column N has already passed or "No" if the date in column N has not passed. The formula I'm using in column Z is =IF(N2<TODAY(),"Y","N") however it just gives me "No" on every row regardless of whether date is passed or not.

I need a solution for this situtaion! Iam using a french version of excel2003! I have #DIV/0! in P24 (i.e an error value) So I need to check in Q24 such that if (P24=#DIV/0!,0,P24). I need to have a logical formula for this one!

I have a complex request which I think can be done either via vb or a macro, not sure which is best?, will try to explain:

The table shows a list of items that make up various BOM. there are quantities of each item required at the different BOM level

0 = Top level 1 = Level Below 2 = Level below that etc, etc

If the top level (0) has a quantity greater than 1 then all the items at the lower levels should be multiplied by that quantity

THEN move to the level 1's and whatever the quntity is in the level 1 field, multiple all lower levels by that number if the quantity fields are blank, then always multipy below by 1

This needs to continue on down the chain of levels

So basically you end up with the correct quantites of each item at each BOM level.

I am trying to generate a formula for formatting text that will remove all spaces, comma's etc. Examples as follows:

The Bank Job -> the _bank_job_small.gif Picture This! -> picture_this_small.gif War Games: The Dead Code -> war_games_the_dead_code_small.gif Chacun son combat (Never Back Down) -> chacun_son_combat_small.gif

I've figured out a formula that works but it seems overly complex - it uses multiple SUBSTITUTE, SEARCH and REPLACE functions. Is there an easy way to remove a range of symbols i.e. ! : ( ' ?

2 formulas that I need for my work (related with linear recurrences; this is serious work). First, I would like to know if is it possible to write a formula (or a set of formulas) that allows to write in a first column, in the first cell, the number 1 and in the following m cells, m distinct numbers chosen in a set S of n numbers (n > m); in the second column again the number one, and another set of m distinct numbers chosen in the same set S (here the order of the elements matters which means that the set {1,2} can be written as (1,2) and (2,1)). And I would like to do this until all the choices of m (ordered) numbers chosen in the set S are exhausted. Example: S = {2,3,4} which means that n=3. Suppose m=2. Then the columns would be

111111 223344 342423

The second formula I'm searching is (I think) a logical formula. What I would like is a formula that checks if the numbers in a fixed number of consecutive cells of a column are distinct and also non-null. If that's the case the formula should assign TRUE and if (at least) two cells are equal or (at least) one is zero, it would assign FALSE.

I want to use the If formula but want the value if true/false to be another formula, not just a set value. Here's what I came up with (obviously wrong, please excuse my lack of experience) =IF(D2>C2,"=(D2-C2)*5","=((60-C2)+D2)*5 ")

I am trying to get more than one outcome from a logical function in a single cell. I am teaching a class and i want this particular cell to add up all the points from tests and quizzes and then give me an outcome of a grade (A,B,C,D, or F) Right now i can only get the cell to give me an outcome of A or B. I need the cell to be able to give me 5 possible outcomes (A,B,C,D,F).

Right now i have this formula in this particular cell......=IF(Q6>234,"A")......so if Q6 is greater than 234pts they get an A...if not they get a B. How can i also give ranges of total points to have the cell give C,D, or F?

Where the value in the cell which is referenced is either blank or zero then blank must be returned, otherwise the value which is being referenced by the offset formula.

what was wrong with this formula, an error message comes up saying VALUE, im trying to get the formula to say that - If 2 dates are different then subtract one from the other to get a number of working days, but if the dates are both the same then to -1 from the value as for some reason the value is coming back as 2 when it should be 0?

I've tried some of the basic formulas, but this is beyond me.

I have table A of 500 rows and need to compare it to table B of 2000 rows.

A B C D E

1 D6 - 1.01 Table with PC 3 Yes

2 D6 - 1.01 Bookshelf 4 No

[Code] .......

For example with these two, from the second table to the first. IF column B equal to column and the corresponding column C equal to the corresponding column C, return for example "yes". Then I need to check the same thing for the corresponding other columns, but basically everything would be tied to B and C. The problem is the second table, larger one, is basically all over the place, I could manage to do this if we would be talking equal length tables, but I do not know what formulas I could use to check further down a row once we find an equal value.

upon further consideration I thought that it would be best to probably do verything in two passes or maybe not see below macro to get an idea of how the end process should function

I'm basically creating a scoring worksheet, where there are a list of questions. Each question has a weighting as some are more impotant than others. Each question also has a range of answeres as some may not be clear yes/no answers. Also not all questions apply to all assessments so some may be left blank.

I basically need a formula which does the following to produce a total score:

[Total awarded score] / [Total available score of questions scored]

Since the sales and bonus figures are subject to change each year I'd like the formula to point to the numbers but that part seems easy if I can get the formula right.

I am trying to do a dynamic sumifs that allows the user to use data validation lists to select 5 items to query. This is the easy part.

The hard part is that the amounts range to sum goes across 6 weeks and I want the answer to also take account of another validation input which specifies up to what week the range should be.

I have done a simply if statement in row 8 that flags weeks relevant to input cell B6.

How do I do a formula in say cell A16 that does the sumifs and acknowledges that the user has requested a dynamic range to sum?

Sometime it’s so hard to explain what it is you are having problems with, specially in the little title. I'm trying to write a formula which should be very simple but isn’t . The formula is in box F10 if B10 has anything in it and its going to have a mixture of text and numbers (first text then numbers) then it’s should equal to the value in the box C7. Here is the formula I wrote that doesn’t work.

I am trying to use an OR in a VBA IF statement. The condtition finds one vale but not the other. Due to the nature of the data, a value is marked either on, off, or both.

I have two seaches in the macro: one looks for on and both, and runs a sub, the other looks for off and both and runs a different sub. However I can't get the both case to run as it should.

If (Cells(i, CurCol).Value = "On") Or (Cells(i, CurCol).Value = "Both") Then Cells(i, CurCol).Select

I am an experienced Excel user, but it does not seem possible for this formula to be written all within one single cell. The SUM combines rounding a known value, followed by calculations, and subtracting a rounded number with modified calculations.

This is the formula which does work, although I would prefer for the sake of accuracy (and succeeding in the task of making the formula do exactly what I wanted it to do!!):

The function LOGEST fits to the equation y=b*m^x. Does anyone know if more complex functions can be found in Excel? Ideally I would like to fit to y=b*m^(x-a) + c. If anyone has come across a method, or some code, which allows this.