I have a column of cells with values - 0.2%, 0.32%, 0.22, 0.5 etc. The cells with % symbol are in ' Percentage, 2 decimal' format while the plain numbers are in 'General' format i.e. column contains cells in either of these formats. I need a macro where I can specify the column and it will select the cells with the % format, convert it to 'General' and multiply the result by 100 eg. 0.2% converted to 'General' becomes 0.002. When multiplied by 100, result is 0.2 i.e. is displayed without the % symbol.
I am trying to create a unique sample code by putting together the values of other cells that a user will input. It's all working well apart from the last part, where I am trying to include a decimal number. I want the decimal number to appear without the central "." and in a four digit format. e.g. 2.5 would appear as 0250, 14.25 would appear as 1425. This is the formlua I am using currently:
I have a source spreadsheet with a bunch of percentages as numbers, like this:
When I paste that into my end spreadsheet with its cell formatted as percentage, I get this:
Which I understand why... I have been searching and all I can find to do is past special with the multiply operation (from a blank cell that contains .01) and then it converts them to the correct result, then I reformat the column as a percentage.
I would like to do the following: * Format numeric cells (cells with a percent sign) to zero decimal places. I have a set of macros that I am combining to clean up a data set and these are two of many (removing blank lines, duplicates, blue/bold, etc.)
I had created a pivot table and pivot chart for the data, the pivot table shows the row label's as percentages which is correct, but it when comes to the pivot chart it shows it as decimal, for example a 10% shows 0.1, I tried of formatting the x axis and choose percentages but it doesn't want to change.
i try to convert several decimal values into Days Hours:Minutes:Seconds my problem is the following. If i user the format DD hh:mm:ss values over 32 will start counting the days from 0 (like a new month). and if i format it like M D h:m:s values < 32 days gets displayed with a 1 (for the month) before the days.
is there a way to get only the count of days displayed without the summarization to months?
I'm trying to find out how many 40 hour shifts we had in a week by dividing the total seconds staffed (2989957) by total seconds in a week (144000) to get a 2 digit decimal result. I have a field formatted as [s] that I need to convert to decimal but when I do a calculation using that field it comes out as [s}.
Cell A1: 2989957 formatted as [s] Cell B2: =A1/144000 formatted as number with 2 decimals Result shows 0.00
If I use that calculation in a cell with a general format, I get 21 and it reverts to [s] format.
I need to convert the fraction at the beginning of a cells text into the decimal equivelent. for example 1/4-20 3A would give .2500. I have this formula so far that works perfect for fractions that only contain 1 number on each side of the division sign such as 1/2.
I was reading this Binary Conversion from Decimal on this site, however i am unable to reply to the thread. This code is exactly what i was looking for but have the need for it to be able to give the result as a number of bits eg. i would like the result to be dispalyed as 13 bits. I have tried modifying the code without any success and would like to be able to use it in this form. Public Function Dec2Base( Num As Long, base As Long, length as long) As String
The formula is used to calculate a comparative run time at an elevation of 5000 feet. The time the run was in is 11 minutes and 40 seconds. What I need to do is convert the 11.40 into total seconds which would be 700.
Now the actual 11.4 in the forumala is from a cell reference (say D14). It's whatever time the member plugs in (and so is the 5000, this represents the members altitude).
I need the time to stay in a decimal format because I have a huge database that I perform a lookup on to find the point value for it for another calculation seperate from this one. If I were to plug 700 in place of 11.4 my calculated result would be 683.43 which is exactly what I need.
Have a large spreadsheet with time posted in minutes, but is formatted as "general" not time. (ie 8.15 is the entry in general format. Needs to be 8.25 to pay employee correctly). What formula can I use to convert that 8.15 to 8.25 easily?
I know that if I enter =3/4 in a cell it will give me .75 but is there is formula to convert fractions into decimals or is this the best way to do it? I was also wondering if there is some way to convert the decimal amount to a fraction
for measurement conversions I know that =B3*25.4 will convert a decimal to mm and so will the formula =CONVERT(E4,"in","mm")
and to convert mm to a decimal a few formula that work are =CONVERT(H3,"mm","in") =MROUND(H4/25.4, 1/8) =H5/25.4 =INT(H6/25.39999918*8)/8
But is there a way to convert a fraction to the decimal and is there a way to convert mm to a fraction instead of the decimal equivalent of the fraction? or maybe a formula to convert mm to inches but instead of the result being in decimal format it would be in fraction format?
I need to be able to convert big hex numbers into decimal numbers. The problem that I have with this is that when you put a hex number that includes letters excel considers it text. And if the number is too big, you can't convert it to decimal format, and when you try to, it comes up with the #NUM! error.
Number: "78652385098375A879FF747C9847A00" without quotes
I'm trying to convert degree minutes and second latitude and longitude to decimal lat and long in excel (I have 100s of such conversion to undertake). When trying out dividing the minutes and second by 60 and checking my calculation on Google Maps lat/long finder or Latlong.net my calculations are not correct. However the equation to other way around - converting from decimal lat long to DMS (*60) works.
I was messing around with a simple countdown timer and need a little help converting a decimal into a format of #days, #hours, #minutes and #seconds.
Cell A1 has target to countdown to 4/14/2010 12:00:00 AM Cell A2 contains =NOW() Cell A3 contains =A1-A2 with the result being 69.4021441 with the amount of decimal places varying depending on when it is refreshed.
I'd Like the result in A3 to read something like "There are 69 days, XX hours, XX minutes and XX seconds until event"