I was wondering is there a way to convert the format of one excel spreadsheet to a different format in another. I have attached a spreadsheet which illustrates what I'm trying to convert from and to. Perhaps VB Script? I have no idea how this could be resolved.
I need a solution for the equivalent of a SUMIF combining both vertical and horizontal data. The vertical cells align to the horizontal ones, but they're in a different table.
My attempted formula is: =SUMIF($H$22:$H$30,"TRUE",D7:L7) *note that this is just an example set of data...my real data set is much larger (both rows and columns)
I need to be able to do this without transposing any of my data.
Things I've tried: - Another option I tried was making D7:L7 a named range and using the transpose function (as an array) within the SUMIF formula above. I received an error. - I tried using a bunch of IF statements added together (i.e. =IF(H22=TRUE,D7,0)+(H23=TRUE,E7,0)...); this actually works properly, but I get the "formula too long for cell" error when I put them all in (too many characters)
I am working with two spread sheets; one is my take-off/summary sheet which is where I populate all the data for the project I am working on, the second sheet is also a summary sheet but it has also other functions; hence, I need to have two spread sheets.
I need to link/reference the data I have on my take-off sheet row 119, column K through ACL (lots of columns) to my other sheet but it now needs to be referenced in a column direction. At first, I enter = (sign) in T9 (the sheet I need to bring the data in) and then I go to the take-off sheet select N119 and hit enter, this first data is good, but then I try to drag it down to populate all the data from the other sheet but even though I lock the row (N$119) and let N free the formula doesn't populate this: =!N$119, =!O$119, ='!P$119 and so on so for...all what it gives me is =!N$119 all the way down...
I am trying to reference data that is currently horizonal in excel and would like to reference that data to get output horizontally with some additions. I have pasted a screenshot of my test spreadsheet. how to do it step by step as I am completely a newbie in excel. As displayed below my data is in Cells A1 thru E3. I want to get output in Column H for this data but with text additions. For eg: in A1 I have Rachel 1/1 however in H1 that should become "My name is Rachel 1/1"....
I have a spreadsheet that I am trying to create a formula for that will bring back the data found when you compare an X and Y axis. A sample is attached as the data is huge and I figured what ever you all created I could modify.
I need it to bring back the data found when I run my finger down the column till I hit the appropriate row.
I have a one column spreadsheet. The column contains this data:
1 Name 2 Address 3 City 4 State 5 Zip 6 Telephone 7 Fax 8 URL 9 10 11 Name 12 Address 13 City 14 State 15 Zip 16 Phone 17 URL 18 19 Name 20 Address ... and so on
Where there may be one or two blank rows between the individual records and where there may or may not be a Fax number (or row) in the record.
I am trying to convert this data to a horizontal column format - which works fine if I do a copy/paste special/transpose. However I have to do this for 1,800 records and cannot figure out how to do this reliably.
I gave the above illustration to simplify but, actually this is a two column spreadsheet with individual row labels for every record using the above terminology. In other words the above text is in the first column and the data is in the second. Just thought I'd mention in case there was a way to do some kind of if/then formula.
I need to create a Macro that will link Horizontal data to vertical data in a separate sheet. Here's the Example:
I have data in a forecast spreadsheet that is horizontal, So, J2:U2 (12 columns for 12 months). This row of data needs to be linked in a single column of data on a separate sheet called "Price_Quantity". So I need C3:C14 (in price_quantity sheet) to be linked to the data in J2:U2 (in forecast sheet). Then C15:C26 needs to be linked to J3:U3, so on and so forth. 12 rows linking to 12 columns. All the way until C4959:C4970 is linked to J415:U415.
I need to create a macro to move variable multiple horizontal data to vertical format with certain infomation on horizontal will be duplicated following that variables. It's looks like below where you can see variables data in column F, G, H and I are moved vertically and at the same time column A, B, C, D and E will be duplicated following the variables allocation. I've tried to use transpose but it too manual and now looking suitable macro to help on this function
reformat a table in which data for each named person is presented in one row with mutiple columns into a table in which each named person has multiple rows and one column of data. The solution to to this has eluded me so far.
I am trying to set-up a formula that needs to be copied down and across and draws upon a data table that has a horizontal and vertical parameter that needs to be checked for the formula to return the right answer.
I have tried all manner of Index/Match, Offset etc but can only get one of either the vertical, or horizontal parameter working.
I'm trying to rearrange vertically aligned data so that they are horizontal. But at the same time, I need this macro at an interval.
To give you an example,
Mr. Yang Xin 221-421-5123 Male College Grad Ms. Taylor Cindy 534-123-5512 Female Uni Grad In this case, we need the data to be arranged this way. Mr. Yang Xin 221-421-5123 Male College Grad Ms. Taylor Cindy 534-123-5512 Female Uni Grad
I was wondering if it's possible to create a macro that would check the range horizontally and vertically and return the resoults in a userform so that when workbook is open this userform would come up with the information who is due for refresher....
The sample book doesn't show the real size of the original matrix which has 190 employess and about 30 procedures so as you can imagine it's a pain.. to keep it up to date so I need something to flag that for me, yes I can see the red cells but still there's so many cells that I might easly miss some of them....