I have whole bunch of formula's added to cells by code. So far so good. How could I then set in macro code that the result is stored in cell as value rather than formula? Now when I go to cell you can see =PIBVSearch(.... yadda yadda yadda in the field above.
I would prefer to change it so that content of cell changes to it's value so there's no formula visible(and above all not stored to harddisk(LOTS of disk space lost. Whole project started to trim down 269Mb excel file into smaller piece! I don't want it to go back there too easily...) or in danger of getting updated which might take a very long time easily).
Code works so that as long as there's rows which haven't got update yet but do have product run code(or something like that. Not quite sure what that number is but I figure it's product run) after code reached that far(which it copied from another file). Then for each row it calls functions for each cell which are responsible for filling invidual cells.
So either way to replace content of whole row with values or invidual cells, I can insert both into loop easily though whole row after cells are calculated would be a) faster to add(just one place to add, not 30...) and likely faster to run(project is about getting the file to run faster afterall...).
Sometimes Excel just stops processing certain formulas on a worksheet and considers the as plain text (regardless of the fact that the cell contents starts with an equation sign "="). For example formula "=1+2" doesn't show anymore as "3" but as "=1+2", as if it's only a string of text .But if I type the same formula in the cell next to it, it shows the correct result "3".
Also, when I try to evaluate the formula, excel tells me that "the cell currently being evaluated contains a constant" -- so its not about wether my formulas are "visible" (tools-options-view-formulas) or not. The number of my formulas asre always under the maximum 1024 characters.
I recently built an Excel macro that takes a manually generated accessible-text file made using Adobe Acrobat, parses it and processes the data in a number of ways. Rather than open the text file I would like instead to open the original PDF, save or export it in accessible-text format (not plain text) then process the data. I've been able to find some code that opens the pdf then saves it as plain text but then half the data is missing; thus, I need to save it as accessible text.
VB: Sub test()
Dim AcroXApp As Object Dim AcroXAVDoc As Object Dim AcroXPDDoc As Object
Perhaps there's an alternate format in which to save rather than "plain-text", but I just can't seem to find out what it is.
I have a working formula that I want to convert to vba code... I only want to store the formula result in each cell in my range, not the formula itself. It is an ARRAY formula (entered with CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER) and it would be ideal if it could follow R1C1 format to keep it relative for each cell.
Here is the formula as it's entered in my spreadsheet:
I am not super familiar with using INDEX/Match combos which is why I am struggling with this one...
The end result should be:
For each cell in myRange cell.value = 'Formula result here Next cell
If possible to fill the range in one step:
myRange.value = 'Formula Result Here, utilizing R1C1 relative reference... (this may be a stretch given the range is 55krows x 18 columns)
The problem at hand is I need to fill a range of approx. 999,000 cells with values and the values are a VLOOKUP with 4 matching criteria. So returning the value from Col U on my LookupTbl when the criteria in Col's A, D, Q, and R are an exact match to my values in A, D, Q, and Z:AQRow1.
I have an excel work book where in one page (sheet1) contains formula types to be used based on a code. and in the other page (Sheet 2) when I enter the code I need it to get the formula from 1st page and then do the calculation in the second based on the code. Ex : Sheet 1
Code Formula 0 Cell A * CellB 1 Cell B - Cell A*5% 2 (Cell A + Cell B)*10%
I have two sheets, the first called 'AF' and the other called 'POR'. For one of the columns in the 'AF' sheet I used the following formula - VLOOKUP(B2,POR!$A$2:$A$111254,1,FALSE) to retrieve a string consisting of 7 numerical digits (Ex. 4678451). Now if I want this result of 7 digits in the same 'AF' sheet to be converted to the word "YES" - how do I achieve this? (All the 7 digits numbers are different or unique). Is there some sort of REPLACE command I use here or some other means?
I'm having a slight problem as I cannot find a way to translate the following code from my worksheet formula to VBA: =IF(LEN(A1)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(A1,"-",""))=1,A1,MID(A1,1,FIND("-",A1,FIND("-",A1)+1)-1)). The code takes a value from one cell and takes the part that I need. There are two main types of inputs, they are in the form:
The lengths are variable, but for the sake of showing you an example I have simplified it to the previous. The formula takes the part of the string that is before and after the first hyphen and puts it in the cell next to it.
I have a paper-based scoring sheet that we use to determine a rating category. I cannot figure out how to convert this scoring sheet into a lookup region and use some type of LOOKUP formula to determine the rating. I have looked at the various Grading examples on the Internet that show you how to look up a grade, based on a score, but they only look up a grade, based on a single input (the score).
Here I have two values going in--the person's age and their score, and I need to look up the rating, which is the column heading.
Can anyone point me in the right direction?
I've attached a sample spreadsheet which shows the original scoring sheet.
A coworker is setting up an MS Project...project, and adding a custom field that would convert the Start date field into our Fiscal Quarter Fiscal Week schema, to display as FQFW, e.g. Q1W1. I've written the formula in excel, but I've never even touched Project until this week. Apparently it doesn't take formulas quite the same way as Excel does. I tried using the ''Switch" function in Project, and it worked, but it only accepts 14 arguments, and there are obviously 52 weeks we're dealing with. Would there be a way to do this using VBA? (I know next to nothing here as well.)
I have a formula in a cell which is refered to other cell within the same sheet and also to other sheet from other file. say
C1 = A1+B1+data file c1 Data file is another file in other location.
I was trying to break a external reference link (from Data File) from Data _ Edit Link, but it is converting all the formula to value. How is it possible to break only the external link without damaging the formula within the sheet say c1 = A1+B1+26 (value from data file c1)
I am migrating a bookkeepping spreadsheet from Quattro v12 (c2001) to Excel 2007 and have hit a stone wall over relative 3-D references.
In this workbook each sheet holds data for one month, and this includes some lagging-12-month calculations -- that is, summing a range on a single cell for the preceding 12 sheets (including this one).
Unexpectedly, this formula: =ISUM('201206:201305'!M6)
gives absolute references, even though I put in no dollar signs after the sheet names. This means it gives the wrong answer when copied to the next sheet to start a new month.
I can find no reference at all to converting the above formula from absolute to relative reference.
Backstory: I am converting PDF documents to Excel files and some of the numbers are being transformed into a wonky date format which to the ***** eye looks semi correct but the underlying value in the formula bar is incorrect. Basically I need to copy and paste the value but when I paste special values it doesnt work. Below is the example
The cell value should be: 9856 When it is converted to excel the value shows 98 5 6 but in the formula bar it shows: 5/6/2098 The cell is formated as: Custom yy m d;@
If I get the value in the cell to read 98 5 6 I can use trim or something to get it down to 9856 but the issue is when I use those functions they return 72446. I guessing this is because they read the formula value not the cell value.
I need to somehow get the value in the formula bar to read 9856.
I, too, am trying to use excel to the fullest. My first issue is, I would like to convert the numberic grade in one cell to a letter grade in another cell. I am not really good with all the vocabulary, but would love to learn it, and can copy a formula pretty well!!!! Not so good with functions and macros but would love to learn. All help appreciated.
However, the division part only works in the first cell in the column correctly and then does not work in the rest of the column cells correctly. The difference in the code is that the first cell has no "$" in it and the rest of the cells in the column have the "$" in them.
I have a macro that takes a value of one cell ("Cells(iFoundPass, 5")) and makes another cell (Admin_Level) equal it (the valules can be wither 'Administartor' or 'Standard'). When someone runs a macro it checks to see if "Admin_Level" equals "Administrator". The problem is that when that first macro runs, even if ("Cells(iFoundPass, 5")= "Administartor" and then "Admin_Level" will be made "Administrator" , my IF/THEN statements do not work. I think this is because the value of "Admin_Level"("Administrator" in the example above) is not text. I can't seem to figure out why. I do know, though, if I manually enter in 'Administrator' in the cell name "Admin_Level" then my IF/THEN works.