# Convert Formula To RC Notation

Feb 22, 2008
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)

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Jul 28, 2009

Ok, I want to use a dynamic range in my Vlookup formula.

I want to use this formula: ....

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Oct 17, 2011

I have a series of macros I have built to automate some report manipulation at my office. One of the macros I built inserts formulas into specific columns. When I run this macro, all the formulas, save one, are populated perfectly into the column they need to be in. This particular formula is swiched over to R1C1 Reference Notation.

In the workbook I built the macro in, it inserts the formula in the correct notation. When I run the macro in a different workbook, this one formula is converted to RC Notation and then is displayed as text (since the workbook is not set to the R1C1 Reference style option).

Is there a bug in my VBA code? If so, how can I correct this?

I use Excel 2007. Macros are saved in my Personal.xlsb workbook. All other forumlas populated by the macro work correctly.

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Jun 5, 2009

I dont know why this wont work

it falls over on the ".Columns(6).FormulaR1C1=" line

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Mar 21, 2014

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I'm trying to come up with a VBA solution to.... Sigma from j=0 to i of: L((i-j)/i)*b*t.

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Feb 9, 2007

The following code was posted in another thread:

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()

Dim a, v, x, ws As Worksheet

Set ws = Sheets("Scheduled Courses")

a = ws. Range("a2", ws.[a65536].End(xlUp)).Value

With CreateObject("scripting.dictionary")

For Each v In a

If Not IsEmpty(v) And Not .exists(v) Then

.Add v, Nothing

End If

Next

x = .keys

End With

With Me.ComboBox1

.Clear ' clear the listbox content

.List = x

.ListIndex = 0 ' select the first item

End With

End Sub

How are the brackets used in the 4th line? I have not seen this notation before. Is this some kind of a shorthand for a Range("A65536") reference?

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Mar 22, 2007

I often see square brackets around ranges in code. eg [A1]

if there are any advantages/disadvantages with using this notation, apart from the obvious its shorter?

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Nov 3, 2008

I work for a company that exports data from a website into Excel.

So here's my problem:

The data is usually Part Numbers using numbers and letters. When a Part Number is, for example, 248E12 we have this reaccurring issue. Importing it into Excel automatically converts it to scientific notation (ie. 248E+12 or 2.48E+14 to be exact). "Format Cell" doesn't convert it back because it was auto-converted when "exported". I need a way of fixing this problem without going line by line and doing the math to convert it myself.

I don't have time for that. Some of my files have thousands of lines.

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Dec 27, 2006

I'm trying to filter a long list to look for specific employee numbers. The employee numbers are so long that they have to be formatted as text or they are automatically formatted as scientific notation (they are 18 digits long). For some reason this is causing the filter not to work properly.

Employee ID

006010000000000661

006015000000000082

006015000000000319

006015000000000319

006015000000000552

006010000000000370

006010000000000370

006015000000000921

006010000000000503

006015000000000835

006015000000000834

006015000000000689

006010000000000391

006010000000000391

006010000000000030

006010000000000030

006015000000000718

006015000000000202

006015000000000202

006015000000000202

006010000000000585

006015000000000712

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Mar 30, 2007

AHH Scientific notation is annoying me, I don't want to see auction #'s in scientific notation. How can I disable the feature in excel 2007?

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Sep 23, 2008

I have noticed in many of the Excel help files that the developers liked to use shortcut notation for Range reference in VBA.

For example, Range("A1:B10") would be [A1:B10].

I was doing a bit of testing with this, and was not able to make the shortcut notation work with a variable. Does the shortcut method have the capabilities to do the equivalent of Range("A1:B" & LR)?

If it does have that capability, is it just due to force of habit that we always use Range() to refer to ranges, or would there be a more in-depth reason.

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Oct 31, 2008

I'm trying to select a range of cells using the R1C1 notation. But I'm making an error in the syntax. I know it's really simple, I just don't know what's wrong.

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Dec 26, 2009

I have a bit of code that is grabbing only the first 9 positions of an alpha-numeric string. The problem I am running into is that when the alpha-numberic value contains an "E", the code turns it into an exponential number in error.

For example, I have the following in column G: 01877E107000. When I run the code, it turns into an alpha-numeric value. The result should be 01877E107 (in column K). I tried using the text function within the code.

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Aug 12, 2012

repTot = Application.WorksheetFunction.Sum(Worksheets("Revenue").Range(Cells(xx, 65), Cells(xx, 65 + moNum)))

I am trying to debug the above line of code (moNum is just a variable the tells me how many months to extend the range to the right inorder to get year to date sums).

I have gotten to the point that it will run error free if "Revenue" is the Active worksheet when I run the line, but if I am on any other sheet it throws an "Run=time '1004' Application-defined or object-defined error" error. And if I change the range from cell notation to Column-Row, the issue goes away as well.

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Mar 13, 2013

I have a large file with account numbers in Number format. Before I can import the data into a database the account numbers need to be converted to Text. I use Text(A1,0) to do this in a large file. The data then gets copied into a new Import file. When the data gets copied the account cell reverts back to scientific notation for the long account strings. The import file account column is formated for Text. The only fix is to then double click on each account that is in scientific notation to convert it back to text.

Is there another text formula I can use?

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Dec 29, 2008

I run a macro that imports a table from web page:

[url]

I import only the table with no formatting.

Excel tries to be helpful, and formats some of the cells in scientific notation.

I have tried to format the column to the "Text" format prior to the import with

Columns(2).NumberFormat = "@"

This does not work. If you import the table you can see that rows 1405, 1406, 1407, 1408 all have the same scientific notation value. Their true values should be 0E0, 0E4, 0E8, 0E9 respectively.

There are quite a few other instances in the column when a text value has "E" for the second character that Excel will format on its own.

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Jul 14, 2009

In a sheet the first collum is defined as a date field. However the dates a represented as a number on screen. How can I change the way it's showed on screen?

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Mar 8, 2013

I need to have all of my number be "x10^-6", but Excel wants to make them, for instance, 7.66x10^-3, when I need it to read "7660x10^-6". How can I force excel to do this?

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Nov 12, 2008

How to convert the excel formula into its value? I know the easiest way is to copy and use paste special then "value" options but is there a way to make it automated in case the desired output value has resulted.

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.

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Jun 16, 2009

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.

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Jan 5, 2013

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),"")

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Jul 7, 2009

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

How would I convert this into VBA

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Jul 5, 2012

I want to convert code below to excell formula

VB:

Sub Fonksyon171819()

Dim total As Double, i As Integer

total = 0

[Code]....

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Feb 17, 2014

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

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Feb 25, 2014

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))

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Mar 7, 2014

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.

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Apr 20, 2009

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

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Nov 24, 2008

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.........

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

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Nov 5, 2012

I 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)

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