I have a function which copy pastes data into a sheet based on a filter criteria. It is also pasted in a specific layout(shown below) starting from Cell A1 in the top left corner. Therefore the destination sheet could have a different number of rows with values each time.
What I would like to do is count the sum of 'Values' in the destination sheet, and add a total below it.
For example, the [=TOTAL] cell is where I want the total to appear. Below the answer would be 26. But say if Peter wasnt in the record, the formula should still work in identifying the Total as 20.
Is there a way I can achieve the desired result? I figured I had to somehow count from the first record by Peter, to the last one, whichever that may be.
I'm trying to develop a new daily timesheet for my production workers, where non-production items are recorded in 15 minute intervals. The user would put in "Clock in" by the corresponding time, and the same for "Clock out" at the end of the day. Any non-production items will be type in next to their appropriate time. Since clock in and clock out times will vary, I need to set up a formula that searches the array of cells for the day, finds the "Clock in" and "Clock out" values, and counts any blank cells in between them. Basically the blank cells will equal production time, and the result of the Count function will be multiplied by 0.25 to get the hours.
I am having a very difficult time finding a way to set the "Clock in" and "Clock out" cells as the range for the Count function, because it won't always be the same cells. What would be the best way to automatically have excel find the cells containing these values and set them as the range criteria for a Count function?
The formula at the bottom was one of my initial attempts, but it didn't work. I took out the '=' for the screenshot, so that wasn't the problem.
I receive spreadsheets which tell me where samples are located in 96 well plates. The plates' rows are lettered A-H, and the columns are numbered 1-12. So, for example, the first well is labeled A1, the 12th is A12, the 13th is B1, and the 96th is labeled H12.
When I receive the spreadsheets, there are cells that tell me which wells are occupied. For example a cell will contain "A2 - B7" or "D3-F12" (sometimes with the spaces before and after the "-", and sometimes not." I need a program that will tell me that "A2-B7" (or "A2 - B7") means there are 18 wells occupied.
I've tried a few things, but a lot of problems arise when I try to do anything with names like "A1" because excel already defines "A1" as cell A1. Do you guys have any ideas? Am I being clear?
how to built a formula or a VBA code which would tell me how many times a range of a certain amount of consecutively stnading cells in a given row there is present, where each of the cells belonging to these five cells fulfills a certain criterion.
How many times does the range of 5 consecutive cells appear in range A1 to P2, where every cells belongng to these 5 consecutive cells would have a value graeater than 10.
For reference, Iíve attached a sample spreadsheet. Iím trying to find a way to calculate the max number of blank cells between a range of cells. As an example, in row two of my data, the result would be 3 using the range of F2:N2. Can this be done without the use of VB?
I have a range of 30 cells in a row. From that row there are groups of cells that have data that might be 1-7 cells populated in a row and in between these groups are blank cells in the row. I need to see what is the highest number of cells in a continuous row that contain data, what the mode is for continuous cell counts, and what is the average value for the data from the continuous cells. The average is a nice to have but not entirely necessary as most cell data will be fairly similar and I can get a close enough average just by knowing the average number of cells that contain data in a row. I have to do this calculation for about 1000 rows of individual data so its important a formula fit in one row.
Almost need a count function to count starting with each cell and then stopping at the first no no value it finds. Then it would show those counts and I could run a formula to pick the highest count and also show the mode of counts.
I will let the experts at it!, my weak mind could not think this one through. I thought something to do with MATCH for a while but no go from what I could do.
I want to count blanks in a horizontal range (all in one row) that will change (dynamic range). The values in the range could be numbers or words. Some values may be added to the end, but there may still be some empty cells to the right of the last value. My goal is to count blanks in the range up to the last entered value, but no beyond that. As an example:
I have created a Macro in VBA which takes a data set, puts in in a pivot table which I then use to sort/select etc. after that I copy the data in a new sheet as ' values only' with paste special.
As the source date is variable (number of lines can vary) I have set the macro to take the variable number of rows into account.
Evertyhing works as it should.
Now my question:
in the final sheet, I want to fill the first empty column at the end of all filled-in columns with a count function. selecting the last column works, but I have problems with making the COUNT function variable. It should count the number of cells with a value in it. However as the number of columns can vary, the count function should take that into account. Furthermore, it should never take the first and last column into account. Here's where I got stuck: ...
I need to count the number of equal cells in col D beginning at the top of the column. The counted cells must begin with a text prefix of "Category:" without the quotes.
Some but not all of the cells in col D begin with a prefix of "Category:" without the quotes, followed by a word or words following the word "Category:" See examples below. All of the terms prefixed with "Category:" in col D are in alphabetical order. I need to count the number of identical cells in col D with the "Category:" prefix.
Examples of the contents of cells in col D with the "Category:" prefix are as follows:
I have a range of numbers that are not completely sequential and I'd like to separate them out into their individual numbers. In cell A1 I have displaying "1-30" and then in cell A2 I have "50-72" and A3 "100-105", et cetera. I 'd like to have cell B1 through B30 display 1 through 30 (1 in B1, 2 in B2, 3 in B3...) respectively, and then cell B31 through B53 would have 50 through 72.
I need to create a formula that can dynamically pick up the last number after the "-" so that it can work for any number range of any length. I've tried using left and right but that doesn't help when moving from the 10's digits to 100's digits.
I have a long (~42,000) list of dates and times (some including zeros). I would like to name these ranges and use a formula to find the last entry in each column. I know the lists will never go over 45,000.
The data is in this format:
1/31/14 23:58:00 1/30/14
The data will not always be consecutive, so I imagine the criteria would be something like (if there were such a thing) "ISDATE" or something of the sort.
How would I write a formula to dynamically calculate the row number of the last date or time in the column? (In this case, it would be 6.)
I'm trying to create a "master file" that can be used later (a tool other uses can pull up) on with datasets of varying size. I'd like to "data dump" a table of individuals with subsequent columns of various characteristics, then automatically compute various things. So then a user can dump their data into my file and "get the answer" immediately. I've seen some stuff on running one calculation on a dynamic number of cells, but let me illustrate why this is different. I want to perform a dynamic number of calculations, see below:
Each row (record) is a person, with some characteristics (numerical). Ultimately I have a few columns on the end with some computations (Excel formulas) I'd like to do. I'd like to do this for each person (that is, each row) in that data that I dump in. But the thing is, ahead of time we don't know how many people will be dumped in, and that changes (because I'd like this to be a tool...). So how do I tell Excel to compute things if there is a person in that row, but do nothing and leave cells blank if there isn't a person? Ideally I don't have millions of ifs testing for blank cells either. I'd like to do this with Excel functions only and not VBA, if at all possible.
Create some sort of formula combination or macro that will: Recognise a cell with a value of 1, 2 or 3 in. If 3 is in the cell, the cell to its left will be counted and added to a total. If the cell that has 3 in changes the value is removed from the total. Ive tried lots of methods but i cant figure this one out!
I got a range of data on sheet2, size changes everyday (dynamic) And in sheet1. I got a range of data and the size changes everyday as well. I need to copy the range in sheet2 to sheet1. The position would be at the cell after the last data in sheet1. e.g.
sheet1 got 105 data I need to paste data of sheet2 start of row106 in sheet1
I have what I thought was going to be a simple function to create and, after a week of getting more error messages than I've had in a year, I'm ready to throw in the towel. Situation: There are two worksheets in the same workbook [Excel 2003]. One is for "Posting" details about technicians and their work orders. The other is a "Report" that summarizes the number of workorders open, closed, etc.
In the "Posting" sheet, I have created dynamic name ranges for two columns: Technician (4-digit text field) and InDate (date field that, if blank, means that the technician has not closed this work order. My ranges are set up like this:
So all I need to do is to total all the blank InDates for each Technician by employee number. I've tried COUNT to SUMPRODUCT. A co-worker got it to work with using...=SUMPRODUCT((ISBLANK(Posting!$D$2:$D$65307))*(Posting!$B$2:$B$65307=4288)) His solution was to list almost every available cell in each column. I just can't help but think that the dynamic name range should be able to work but I can't get it right. I think I'll choke if I get one more "N/A" or "VALUE! error.
I have a row of dates going across in row 2, and random values going across in row 3 from D3 onwards. I want to return the average of values in row 3 until the third last non-blank cell in row 2 and do a similar thing for maximum row but just for the last 30 cells from the right (so latest 30 days). I have attached screenshot of part of spreadsheet for better illustration.
In my macro I can come up with a range for both, as below. Both lines of macro below select the correct range I am looking for.
However when I try to apply them into an average/maximum function they returned an error 1004, Application defined or object define error:
When I put it as following it returned me the value of Cells (3, 4) (Cell D3) instead of the average:
I need to select data starting from cell 16B until 16K until the end of excel file... i will use this to export data into database later... I have attached a sample excel file with records needed to be selected
I want to compare the total % change I have to several markets. I have to do this for several months.
Problem is that the total % change can be + or - and the market change can also be + or -
Examples of what I'm looking for: total % change is -20%, market change is -10% result it 10 total % change is -20%, market change is +10% result it 30 total % change is +20%, market change is -10% result it 10 total % change is +20%, market change is -10% result it 30
I have a sheet containing 2 lists of categories for income and expenses. These lists are named inc and exp, respectively, and are contained in a sheet called "Lists." They are dynamic ranges, meaning every time a value is added, the named range adjusts itself to include the new value(s). [=OFFSET(Lists!$A$1,0,0,COUNTA(Lists!$A:$A),1)]
I have 2 tables summarizing 12 months of data. The tables use sumif to find all occurrences of each category and sum them. There's 1 table for income, 1 for expenses. Each is a 2 column table, with all the categories for income in column A and their total for 12 months in column B. Same for Expenses in D & E.
To populate the categories in column A & D, I am currently using the simple =Lists!A1 =Lists!A2 (inc range), =Lists!B1 =Lists!B2 (exp range) and so on... the problem is when a value is added to either list, while the named range adjusts, I have to manually drag the formulas in Column A & B down 1 more cell to include the new value.
How can I use VBA to look for the inc and exp ranges (which will change in size), then populate each table with the most recent categories?
I am having the same problem as this thread Dynamic Ranges with blank cells.
I've recently been pointed in the direction of dynamic ranges (named ranges that use OFFSET and COUNTA to expand to cover the whole of a list, even if the number of rows used is frequently changed).
They seem to have a big drawback, in that the range will not go to the bottom of the list if the list has blank cells in (because the COUNTA for the column of interest does not equal the number of rows in the list).
I have been to the link posted in that thread about advanced dynamic named ranges but inserting a row with numbers in it and then hiding it is not suitable for me as i deal with other peoples spreadsheets so need to always be working with the Active Sheet.