I am copying the value in a cell to another sheet's cell. I want to convert the formulas on the second sheet to reflect their value. I do this all the time within cells by using Past Special and Values however it doesn't give me that option within the Text Box
I am trying to find a way to search for specific cell formulas (not the values they produce). For example, how could I search an Excel tab for a cell containing "= sum()" ? I want to ignore all other formulas and values. I then want to replace this formula only with its value.
I want to convert multiple sections that contains formulas to values. Usually i did this by coping range of cells, and paste as Values. But now i have multilple sections and excel doesn't allowe me to copy multiple sections. (i can not use clipboard, because there are more than 2.5 k rows)
I am creating a Macro to convert formulas to values on a Datasheet after each entry from a form (worksheet) is carried over. Since each entry will go on a separate row I created formulas to give the new datas location. I just can't get the syntax correct for it to run.
Sub Convert_Formulas_to_Values() Range("Reviews!$B$202").Value: Range("Reviews!$AF$202").Value.Select Selection.Copy[code]....
Problem: The macro will be assigned to a command button and will be used by laypersons when they finish filling in data on a worksheet in Workbook 1. The sheet contains maybe 30 columns and 50 rows with a mix of fixed values and values generated by Vlookup and Indirect formulas. I need to copy the sheet from Workbook 1 to Workbook 2. Workbook 2 will be for archival purposes so I want to convert all formulas to fixed values. The catch is dealing with some cells that contain hyperlinks to PDF files...
Current Solution: I currently do this with a macro that moves/copies the sheet from Workbook 1 to Workbook 2, it then selects all cells in the new sheet in Workbook 2, copies all cells, then pastes-special "as values" to the exact same cell locations. This works great for me since the cell formatting and data in the sheet are VERY irregular and I have merged cells all over the place. This method keeps the exact formatting I need maintain:
The problem is that a few of the cells have hyperlinks with "friendly names" and I lose the hyperlinks when I convert to values. The hyperlinks are not inserted directly, they are created by a formula, =HYPERLINK("N:Filepath"&C16&".PDF", "Click_For_PDF"), and the row and column that contains the hyper link will vary for each sheet I want to migrate from Workbook 1 to Workbook 2 using this macro. I want to keep the hyperlink active with the clickable friendly name in Workbook 2.
Possible Solution: I'm open to all types of solutions, but is there a way to essentially use my existing macro but AFTER converting to values with paste-special, go back to the original sheet in Workbook 1 that still contains formulas (or maybe a temporary duplicate sheet I migrate to Workbook 2?), search for all cells with a "value" of "Click_For_PDF", copy ONLY those cells and paste (normal) into the corresponding cell locations in the sheet in Workbook 2 that now contains fixed values? ALL of my hyperlinks have the friendly name "Click_For_PDF" so it should be an easy way to identify the hyperlink cells. The cell location of the hyperlink copied in Workbook 1 needs to carry over to Workbook 2 and I said before, the row and col vary with every sheet I want to archive with this macro.
If you have a cell with the value ="2*c2+3" NB: (Notice the ""), then to make excel convert the formula in another cell to =2*c2+3 (notice the removal of ""), so that it can calculate the value of the cell instead of showing a textstring?
'To delete delivery address lines if 1st line empty If IsEmpty(Range("deliver_line1")) _ Then Sheets(1).Range("deliver_rows").EntireRow.Delete 'No End If required as only one action as a result of the If
A spreadsheet based on my template has been sent to me because the macro won't run properly. When I try to run the macro I get a Runtime Error '1004' Method 'Range' of object '_Global' failed on the following line. Columns("A:E") = Columns("A:E").Value.
To avoid manually updating a formula 100+ times, I am looking for a way to update cells in a column with reoccuring formulas with references to other cells that vary respectively from cell to cell. Meanwhile, there are other cells without formulas that this will not apply to in the same column. I am trying to avoid macros if possible, unless it can be easily understood/modified by someone who knows next to nothing about macros or VBA. My initial thought was to use the find/replace feature, but I don't know of any way to do this so the reference will update respectively for each cell (ie A9 then A10 etc.) in both the find and the replace fields.
ie Find: A9="Text1" Replace: OR(A9="Text1",A9="Text2") Where the row number updates respectively.
Existing: =IF(A9="Text1","1","2") [misc. blank or non-blank cell] =IF(A10="Text1","1","2") etc..................................
I have an excel file with 2 sheets. Sheet 1 has a column that contains formulas (ie (18299*11151)/20067 ) Those numbers are IDs referencing questions stored in Sheet 2. What I would like to do is find a way to look up those questions and place them into the formula instead of the ID numbers.
is it possible to write a macro that will convert absolute values into negative based on criteria? Data gets downloaded from in house system which comes out as all absolute values, now i need the macro to covert absolute values to negative if the amount is either "Our Reciepts" or "Our Delivery"
Below is a small sample of data, real data is around 100 rows
Col DCol EOur Receipts1231Our Delivery1231Delivery Settlement1323
I am working with an Address Worksheet where the house#, street name and street type are 3 seperate columns. I need to combine that data into one "Address1" column. I can use a Concatenate() formula to combine the data, but I need to be able to have that data output to a new column, independent of the formula.
The problem that I am having is if I try to "copy" the concatenated data to either a new column or new worksheet it only wants to copy the formulas. I don't need the formulas anymore, I need the data.
I have a estimating workbook with a number of worksheets to provide a estimating process. this includes the final worksheet with the estimate on. This is fine if i am printing it to send to the customer or sending as a PDf.
However i need to save as a stand alone excel workbook. But all pre-formated and only with the values in it and not the formulas. It would be easiest for the users if it could be done with a button on the quote sheet (ie done with as macro as some users are not very IT literate and do mess up).
How pasting values/formulas only works. I have a spreadsheet I've been using to record product sales, commission, shipping etc. It currently has three pages of records. But now I have a new spreadsheet I want to use with basically the same 'look' as the old one (same columns, entries per sheet, etc) but using better formulas. I don't want to manually input all the data from the old one and I thought I could copy all the cells from the old one and then paste values only into the new one. But when I do that, it pastes the values but also deletes the formulas in the new one. So then I thought I could copy all the cells from the new and paste only formulas into the old one but then it deletes all the values in the old one. Is this what is supposed to happen? And if so, is there a way to achieve what I want?
I need to ignore all data in a row (it won't be averaged, summed or anything else) if a particular value in that row is "0". I need to be able to see it but just not have it counted. Change the 0 to something else and all the data in that row is included in formulas as usual.
I have a column of values (Sold Price) for which I need to figure extra fees related to that cost, but they vary depending on the cost. The different fees associated with the Sold Price are: A. If SP is $.01 - $25, fee is 10% of SP B. If SP is $25.01 - $100, fee is 10% of 1st $25, plus 7% of remaining balance C. If SP is $100.01 - $1,000, fee is 10% of 1st $25, plus 7% of next $25.01 - 100.00, plus 5% of remaining balance over 100
So I need one formula to go into the fee column which will work with all values of the SP column.
I have some cells in Column I which are linked to the respective cells in Column J, i.e. I17 is linked to the J17, I21 has a link to J21. Now what I want is to convert every cell in column I which has a link to column J into values so that when I delete the column J, the values in column I should not change.
Simply selecting the entire column I, copying it and then pasting as values is not required, as there are some cells in column I which has some functions, and there are other cells which has links to other areas of worksheet and workbook. I just want to convert the cells in column I which has any link to column J. Is there a way to achieve this?
Is there some way to write a formula that would convert these time values (usually in a HH:MM:SS format) into a "minute" value (by rounding 30 seconds or more up to an additional "minute" as well as multiplying each hour by 60 minutes which will all be added to the MM or "minute" format for a grand total of how many minutes were involved with each transaction)?
When I try to re-format the data it changes to a date/time format which makes no sense.
Here is a sampling of some of the data I am trying to calculate:
I am conducting data analysis on a large data set. Missing values are coded as NA. Likewise, when I perform a calculation on a NA value, I receive the # DIV/0! error. I want to know how I can automatically change NA to the integer 0 in a large data set so when I perform a calculation on the NA value, I will receive 0 instead of #DIV/0!.
I need to add a piece of code to a spreadsheet that will turn all formulae within into values. The number of tabs in the spreadsheet is likely to change over time but I want the code to apply to all the tabs - without needing to change it if a tab is added/ deleted.
I am trying to concatenate the values of many cells, not the formulas in the cells, to avoid having to repetatively paste special, value. Perhaps something like this: =CONCATENATE(VALUE(AA2):VALUE(AQ2))
I work for a bank and we use an excel spreadsheet that has an in depth payment calculator used for creating monthly payment arrangements or calculating settlements on bank loans. I would like to add the following feature and I'm not quite sure exactly how to do it.
For example, imagine cell A1 will contain the full payoff of a loan. I want to be able to put a settlement offer in B1 and have C1 populate the percentage of the payoff that is. At the same time, I want to be able to delete the settlement offer in B1 and put a percentage in C1 and have it calculate that settlement offer in B1. The calculations/formulas to do these problems is simple, but what I need is to not lose the formulas in B1 and C1 if I were to go back and forth entering settlement offers vs settlement percentages.