When concatenating a text and dollar amount that is the sum of two cells, adding up to $42.90, I only get "42.9". is there a function (perhaps similar to ROUND) that will make sure concatenated numbers always have 2 decimal places?

I have these $ amounts in column A: 99.12 107.65 14500.99

Have the result in column B as: Please Pay Exactly$00000xx.yy (where xx is tenth, hundreds, thousands and yy is the cent) 00000 is to prevent forgery

and to have the results in column C using same column A: Please Pay Exactly$0000xxDollars and yycents For example like Please Pay Exactly$000099Dollars and 12cents or Please Pay Exactly$000014500Dollars and 99cents

I have a total inventoried product dollar amount in a cell. I have 4 other cells with different dollar amounts in each for product I inventory out! In the seperate balance column, as I use a letter ...

I have the new USPS rates in an excel sheet. I need to add my handling fee to all of the new rates. Is there a way to quickly add this same .70 to all cells?

I have a group trip coming up where we took in a $1000 deposit per person. The total amount is only in the main members cell. There will be two more payment amounts coming. I need to make certain each person has paid the total amount they are required for the trip. There are two possibilities for total trip amount. Double occupancy is $15,500.00 and Triple is $14,500 per person.

There is a unique Identifier for each registrant, except when there is a multiple person under one registration the identifier has all the same number except at the end. I figured out a way to strip the number down to just show the same number in one registered group. There could be up to 10 people under one registration. I might not have the best option for breaking down the Identifier number, but thought it would be a good start. Used the code Left(column, number).

Issue is this. How can I now take the total number of people under one group take the total deposit and split it between just that unique group so I can then determine what is still owed after payments are made.

In many cells, a dollar amount (variable lengths) was pulled into the cell. I am trying to use the RIGHT function to remove it but my formula isn't working. A cell example and formula example are below.

P31 = "$693.00 Research and analyze case law regarding Motion in limine reply"

=RIGHT(P31,LEN(P31)-LEFT(P31,FIND(" ",P31)))

This returns an error, no matter how much I think (wish) it should do what I would like it to.

I have about 2000 rows of text. Each row is a short write up about prospective new business. There is a reference to a projected dollar amount Within 'MOST' of the write-ups. In order to generate a report about the potential dollars being projected, I need to find an easy way to extract the dollar amount from the text.

In most cases, the projected dollar amounts are preceded by "FY2014" then a "$". However, there are a handful of cases where there is no FY2014, but some variation of the year indicator. Most of the dollar amount entries are written is short text - FY2014 - $5k, 2014 $15k. While some others are written out - FY2014 - $ - $20,000. In still other cases, within the writeup reference is made to the amount of product projected to be shipped by using the dollar symbols. For example - Estimated ship totals $$ for FY2014 = $5k. I've tried writing some formulas, but as in the last example - the first dollar signs are recognized rather than the dollar sign immediately before the value.

Sample data - Estimated ship totals $$ for FY2014 = $5K New Customer Prospect 4/9/2012 Customer has still not decided if he

2014 $15K Funco 4/7/14 working on the program for the demo ...

Over 130 samples tested with about 90% accuracy. FY2014 Ship $$ = $20,000 at least. Setter Line has 7 plants ...

I need to prorate a total dollar amount by a selected number of attendees. How can I do that with code, I know the formula for excel, but how do I put that on my user form so it only does the math as a new entry is submitted? I do not want to have the formula on the spreadsheet which is my report unless there is an entry on the row, which will only be the case when a user completes the user form. I just do not want the div/# error on the sheet visible if at all possible.

I'm converting metric to British values and have no problem with fixing the decimals when displaying the number. However, I'm wanting to CONCATENATE the unit of measure to the conversion and end up with 12 places beyond the decimal. Entered formula is: =CONCATENATE(CONVERT(T5,"cm","in")," in") Results in 159.055118110236 in

But = CONVERT(T5,"cm","in") Results in 159.1 which is what I want.

I need a cell to restrict the input: -Only numbers are allowed. -No date posible. -Any amount of decimals (they must all be shown in the cell).

I tried using the data validation and using the IsNumber() to restrict any non numeral input. The problem with this approach is that if the user enters a date; it apprears as a date format (eg: "5.May"). I'm using an european excel, where the decimal separator is a comma instead of a point; so if a user accidentaly types "5.5" instead of "5,5"; the cell will show "5.May".

I also tried the cell format/number/number format. The problem in here is that I dont know how many decimal positions will the input number have; and I need them all to be shown.

Ok, basically C3 is a dollar amount. The default total for C3 is $0.00. If C3 is $0.00 then this formula cell will display a blank cell. If there is any other amount in C3 then the formula C3-C2 will run.

Attached is an example. Office 2007 & 97 versions attached. If a drop down menu on one sheet selects a certain word, then on another sheet based on that selection a dollar amount is entered. I am guessing this would involve some if commands, I am really weak on making those.

And I am trying to make a macro that will go concatenate the first 3 columns of all rows in worksheet 7300, the first two columns of all rows in worksheets 7301, etc, and insert them into column A of each corresponding worksheet.

I am trying to convert Degrees Minutes & Decimals of a minute (12° 34.567') to Degrees and decimals of a degree (12.57611°). I have the formula to convert latitude, that is two digits, but it doesn't want to work with longitudes, three digits. (see attachment). This is the formula that I am using:

Im trying to set up an active running inventory sheet where: (A)the progressive daily sheet cells reference back to the corresponding master sheet cells fluctuating the master values, (B) the same progressive daily sheet cells reference back to a cummulative totals-cell based on whether I added or subtracted inventory. I want to make a copy of the blank "sheet 2" with all of the formulas and move it to the end of the workbook each day and enter new values which will reference back to the master sheet so that I can click on a date sheet and see an individual day's values or click on the master sheet to see the fluctuating inventory on-hand and the cummulative +/- totals of all days combined. I've got a couple hundred individual cells to reference. I've tried and tried but I can't make it work. Heres what I need to do:

I need to reference individual cells from "sheet 2,3,etc" back to a corresponding cell in a master sheet. But I need the values in each cell in "sheet 2,3,ETC" to increase or decrease the corresponding cell values in the master sheet. For example: If the value in the master sheet B5 is 200. Then in sheet 2, I enter +50 in B5, I need the master sheet cell B5 to increase by 50 to 250. I also need a way to decrease the cell value in the master sheet B5 if I enter a negative value -50 in sheet 2 B5. I also want to know if I can reference the same cell values entered in "sheet 2,3,etc cell B5" back to totals columns C5 for adding inventory or D5 for subtracting inventory in the master sheet where the master totals columns would reflect cummulative totals added or subtracted. For example: if the value in sheet 2 B5 is +50, then the value in Master sheet C5 would add 50 to a progressive total. But if the value in sheet 2 B5 is -50 then the value in master sheet D5 would add -50 to a progressive total.

I Want to be able to put in Col A the concatenate results of all equal P/N's from any given list. Or at least select the few cells that i know are duplicates and from that copy the Location to a single Column.

ColA ColB__ColC ______Loc__PN 1,2____1___A _______2___A _______3___B 4,5____4___C _______5___C

Desired results obtained via IF =IF(B2>0,A2&" , ",A2)&IF(C2>0,B2&" , ",B2)&IF(D2>0,C2&" , ",C2)&IF(D2>0,D2,"")

one , two , three , four one , two , three one , two one

Is there any smarter, shorter formula via Concatenate and Substitute or other formulas ?

My closest match, but not good enaugh is =SUBSTITUTE(CONCATENATE(A2&", "&B2&", "&C2&", "&D2), ", , ", " ") [ returna 2 commad ] one, two, three, four one, two, three, one, two one ,

I've searched but there are too many variations and scenarios people have posted/asked. If in cell A1 and the # is $99.99 to $95.01, how do I round down to the nearest 5th, $95. And is the formula possible for $999.99 ($995) or $653.22 ($650).

On the attached worksheet, I want to multiply a dollar value from the selected drop down menu in column Z. I want to multiply it by the sum of two cells in column V. As and example: (V12-V11)*Z12 should = $1.80 (in AA12), but it keep coming up with 1.69

I need a macro or something else that could delete the dollar signs from all the formulas on my worksheet. in row 4, columns V-FR, each cell shows a value that is calculated by an underlying formula. the formula for each cell is different. is there a way to scan all the formulas and delete the $ signs??