# Convert CSE Formula To A Macro

Apr 20, 2009I am using the following Control Shift Enter (CSE) formula to find a value.

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convert the formula into macro

I hv formula as following :-

=Left(B2, Find(" ", B2, 1) - 1)

I likt to convert into macro,

ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1=_ "=Left(B2, Find(" ", B2, 1) - 1)"

But it cannot work

The attached has a sumproduct formula that is slow down the calculation of my workbook. (I know there is also an array formula-that's another thread). I'd like to use a macro to fire on the worksheet change so I don't have the heavy recalc burden. The formula is in worksheet "Database" in column H. So far:

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)

If Target.Cells.Count > 1 Or IsEmpty(Target) Then Exit Sub

If Not Intersect(Target, Range(Range("rReason").Offset(1, 0), Range("rReason"). _

Offset(UsedRange.Rows.Count + 1, 0))) Is Nothing Then

Target.Offset(0, 1) = Application.VLookup(Target, ValList.Range("ReasonLkUp"), 2, False)

'This formula below needs a VBA equivalent

' Target.Offset(0, 2).FormulaR1C1 = "=IF(RC[-1]>0,SUMPRODUCT(-(R7C7:R35000C7<0)*0.5,--(R7C3:R35000C3=RC[-5]))+SUMPRODUCT(--(R7C7:RC7>0),--(R7C3:RC3=RC[-5]),R7C7:RC7),0)"

End If

If Not Intersect(Target, Range(Range("rSurname").Offset(1, 0), Range("rSurname"). _

Offset(UsedRange.Rows.Count + 1, 0))) Is Nothing Then

Target.Offset(0, 1) = ActiveCell.Offset(0, -2) & " " & ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1)

End If

End Sub

The attached has a mega array formula that really slows down the recalc on this spreadsheet. I would like to use a macro to write the value of the formula to the worksheet "Database" column J.

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)

If Target.Cells.Count > 1 Or IsEmpty(Target) Then Exit Sub

If Not Intersect(Target, Range(Range("rReason").Offset(1, 0), Range("rReason"). _

Offset(UsedRange.Rows.Count + 1, 0))) Is Nothing Then

Target.Offset(0, 1) = Application.VLookup(Target, ValList.Range("ReasonLkUp"), 2, False)

'This formula below needs a VBA equivalent

' Target.Offset(0, 4).FormulaArray = "=IF(MIN(IF(R7C3:R35000C3=RC[-7],IF(R7C8:R35000C8>0,R7C8:R35000C8)))=RC[-2],MIN(IF(R7C3:R35000C3=RC[-7],IF(R7C8:R35000C8>0,R7C8:R35000C8))),0)"

End If

If Not Intersect(Target, Range(Range("rSurname").Offset(1, 0), Range("rSurname"). _

Offset(UsedRange.Rows.Count + 1, 0))) Is Nothing Then

Target.Offset(0, 1) = ActiveCell.Offset(0, -2) & " " & ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1)

End If

End Sub

Can anyone create a vba macro with the condition mentioned below

=If(Or(( COUNTIF(F2,"*Error*")>0),(LEN(F2)<4), (COUNTIF(F2,"*html*")>0)),"Fail","Pass")

I tried to do but of no use.

I have

1) A worksheet ( named PC OD) with one 80X80 matrix (matrix1)

2) another worksheet (named worksheet2) where I have 2 80X80 matrices (matrix 2 and matrix 3) and the below mentioned formulae

Matrix 2 grabs data off Matrix 1 (cell 'PC OD'!B769 belongs to matrix 1, in sheet PC OD) to round off the values in each of the 80X80 cells : ...

Have a macro that copies a formula from each of 100 workbooks to a new workbook. I want to display these formulas as text and want a macro or someway to display these cells as text. I have tried to record a macro that presses the F2 key, the home key and the apostrophe. This works for the one cell but provides the following macro that does not work for anyother cell.

ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = _

"'=VLOOKUP($A$30,'G:Variance Reports FY07[Salary Dist Var Repts_Cur Mth.xls]end of July'!$E$76:$G$200,3)"

Range("B3").Select

I received assistance from NBVC for combining data from two cells. Post http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?p=2135144. I need to convert the formula into macro code. I thought I would be able to convert it on my own, but running into some troubles with run time errors. Here is the Excel formula, which is working fine.

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HTML example:

A1 B1 C1 D1

1 2 A1+B1 Yes/No

on the above example, if D1=Yes, the output C1 will become value equals to 3 and the formula will be remove, if D1=No, the formula will still remain.

the following formula to be converted to vb for my userform.

=ROUNDUP(+J16-50000,-3)*0.00364+352

this is part of the vb that i'm working with and i need to change the part after "Then Amount =" I just can't seem to work out where to put the roundup bit.

The formula below is in cell H3. My requirement is to remove the formula and instead have a macro do the same thing that formula does.. in cell H3.

Formula:-

PHP Code:

=IF(COUNTA(F:F),MIN(IF(ROW(F:F)>MATCH(TRUE,F:F<>"",0),IF(F:F="",ROW(F:F))))+2-MATCH(TRUE,F:F<>"",0),"")

=SUMIF(Log!$B:$B,$A$2&" "&$A4,Log!$C:$C)

How would I convert this into VBA

I want to convert code below to excell formula

VB:

Sub Fonksyon171819()

Dim total As Double, i As Integer

total = 0

[Code]....

Below is my requirement and i have to convert formulas into vba code:

If dt = "A0" Or dt = "A1" Then

Sheet1.Range("K").Formula = "$J/$ I" ' Formula is k=J/I

Sheet1.Range("K:K" & last_row).FillDown

Sheet1.Range("L").Value = "20.00%"

Sheet1.Range("L:L" & last_row).FillDown //Formula is L=20% for now i have just hardcoded the value there.

Sheet1.Range("M").Value = "=($K-$L)* 100" 'Formula is M=(K-L)/*100

Sheet1.Range("M:M" & last_row).FillDown

End If

How can I write this formula in vba code:

RevName = "Randolph Wakabayashi"

Range("A1").Value =LOWER((Left(Right(RevName, Len(RevName) - Find(" ", RevName, 1)), 5)) & Left(RevName, 2))

Any way to convert a cell result into value if it meets the criteria or else the formula stays in place

I have same formulas from cell Q17 to Q1000 some of those cell will have different results based on manual inputs that occur daily.

I would like the formula result to convert to value only if greater than -1000 or else keep the formula in place to continue future calculations till it meets the criteria.

I have a spot on my spreadsheet where I am given an ammount of time in minutes.

I need to convert it to hours:minutes:seconds (ie: hh:mm:ss).

Example: 6214.11 must be converted to 103:43:12

In other words: 6214.11 minutes becomes 103hours, 43mins, 12 seconds.........

Here is the excel formula that works fine. =INT(EXP(.0003*POWER(x,2)))

View 1 Replies View RelatedI want to convert a calculated numerical value to a text value, but there are several possible conversions, each stored in a separate named range, referenced in another cell on the row. Normally I would use VLOOKUP and manually put the range name into the formula, so in this instance:

Formula D2=VLOOKUP(C2,Advanced,2)

Formula D3=VLOOKUP(C3,Intermediate,2)

But with lots of lines to do, I'd rather take advantage of the range name being present. Is there anyway of getting VLOOKUP to recognise the contents the appropriate cell as the name of a range?

Level

Initial

FinalNum

FinalWords

Advanced

47.7838

83.02015053

=VLOOKUP(C2,RangeNamedWhateverIsInA2,2)

Intermediate

42.3845

49.39171553

=VLOOKUP(C3,RangeNamedWhateverIsInA3,2)

I have got a list of formulae in column A e.g.

'=SUM(E14:E24)

'=SUM(E14:I14)

'=SUM(J14:N14)

'=SUM(Q14:Q24)

'=SUM(V14:V24)

(formulae is stored as text, i.e. preceeding with an ')

and i am looking for a VBA macro to cycle through the list and give the relative notation in column B i.e.

'=SUM(R[-11]C:R[-1]C)

'=SUM(RC[-12]:RC[-8])

'=SUM(RC[-8]:RC[-4])

'=SUM(R[-11]C:R[-1]C)

'=SUM(R[-11]C:R[-1]C)

The formula: ={IF(AND(ISNUMBER($A3);($A3-DAY($A3)+1)=F$2);$D3;IF(AND(F$2 > ($B3-DAY($B3));F$2 < DATE(YEAR($C3);MONTH($C3)+1;0));$D3/DATEDIF($B3-DAY($B3);DATE(YEAR($C3);MONTH($C3)+1;1);"m");0))}

I need to use this formula for over more than 30.000 rows and more than 50 columns. Is it possible to speed up the formula? Or maybe to handle this by a macro?

Formula in Range("E4")

=IF(WEEKDAY(E2)=1,"CN","T" & WEEKDAY(E2))

what this in VBA?

I just wanted to know do we have a macro which can convert PDF to excel......?

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Combobox1 with the selection: 0,0023 Fuel

Combobox2 with the selection: 5000 Miles

Textbox1 = 11,50 ( result of Combox1 x Combobox2)

I need a formula to copy a number stored as a text to the number.

I have a formula in, let's say on Sheet1, cell A1: =IF($M$3,TEXT(N7,"0%"),TEXT(N7,"0.0%"))

I then copy this cell to another sheet, let's say Sheet2, cell A1 =Sheet1!A1. I have then have a bar chart linked to this cell, but it's reading it as text and no bars are appearing in the chart - even though the cell in the second sheet is formatted as a number!

FYI - my work around is to link my chart to the underlying data in the formula above, in this case, N7. But then I'm not getting the whole number (%) or decimal (%) that I want when the value is displayed in the chart.

I'm looking for a formula for use in powerpivot, that can convert the following formula (I do not wanna use any VBA, only generate a caluculated column in powerpivot, based on a formula)

[Code] .....

The formula checks for 3 different values, and returns a status code for each. If no match is found it returns "no match".

The formula looks for the criteria (1234 or 1857201 or 1857206) in column2 (item) and writes a status code in column3 (output). At the same time it also checks for simular order numbers (column1). So the same status code is present for all order-number rows. (If a match in column2 / item is found)

See the excample in regular excel here: [URL] ....

How would I convert the following formula into Excel 2003?

=SUMIFS($Q$7:$Q$5000,$O$7:$O$5000,"Cat",$P$7:$P$5000,"Dog")

I have a formula that I create using concatenate and I get the right formula as below:

Cell B63

="=MATCH(B61,A"&N(1+B)&":A50,FALSE)"

The result comes like this:

=MATCH(B61,A9:A50,FALSE)

I would like to use this as a formula, however I cant figure this out

=Indirect(B63)

give me a #REF error.

I'm manually entering a 10 digit code into Col A; at this moment in time I have the following formula in Col B:

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