I have a slight problem...I have a range of values..
0113 1240 8430 0903
I need to count the occurance of a a particular no. from 0-9.. So i want to know how many times say 0 appears in that range of values etc so on till 9. I tried using CountIF but the problem i face is lets say in my cell 0903 there are 2 0s inside, it doesnt count this 2 zero..
The values in columns b:d range from 000-999. I need a formula that will count the number of digits in B:D that match the 3 values in H1 without counting a digit twice. The existing formula counts a digit twice, like the value in H4.
I've tried everything I know (which isnt that much to be honest. lol). Ive tried the frequency formula but that doesn't work the way I want it - I think its probably the wrong formula to use. I've also tried a pivot table but they always vex me. If a pivot table IS the way to go, could someone talk me through it step by step? (*the wizard is just as confusing as doing it yourself I find) ....
I know you can take a number from one cell and combine it with number from another cell and make it one number. What I need to do is the reverse. Take a two digit number in a cell and separate it into single digits in two cells. If you have the number 50 in a cell, then is there a formula that will take the 5 and put it in cell and take the 0 and put it in the cell beside it?
How to calculate a check digit in excel. The details to calculate this are as follows:
All variables in the calculation are positive integers.
We take each integer of the pro number and multiply it by a value and sum them to get a total.
An Example: 8 Digit Pro Number: 66988757 Pro Number: 6 6 9 8 8 7 5 7 Position in the Pro Number: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Multiply each digit in the pro number by (10-position) in the number, to achieve a sum.
Using our example pro again: 6*(10-1) + 6*(10-2) + 9*(10-3) + 8*(10-4) + 8*(10-5) + 7*(10-6) + 5*(10-7) + 7*(10-8) 6*9 + 6*8 + 9*7 + 8*6 + 8*5 + 7*4 + 5*3 + 7*2 54+ 48+ 63+48+40+28+15+14 = 310 Take the Sum of the previous calculation and divide it by 11 310/11 = 28
(Actually, it's 28.181818, but since we're working with integers, we truncate everything behind the decimal).
Figure a remainder by multiplying the quotient by 11 and subtracting from the sum. Remainder = 310 - (28*11) ---> Remainder = 310 - 308 ----> Remainder = 2 Check Digit = 11- Remainder Check Digit = 11 - 2 ---> Check Digit = 9 Note: if the check digit is 10 or 11, need to subtract 10 from the Check Digit.
I run the company office pool / lottery. A person selects 6 numbers 1-49. Twice a week the provincial draw is held. if your number matches the drawn number i would highlight your number on the spreadsheet. When all of your numbers are highlighted, you win. This usually takes 3-4 draws to cover all your numbers. Ideally i would like to simply enter the drawn numbers & have excel automatically highlight the number next to each persons name if they have selected that number.
Tracking winning lottery numbers using conditional formating on a worksheet.CF only allows 3 formats I need 10 is there a way around this.In cell B2 I choose Conditional Formatting from the Format menu.I select Formula is from the drop down menu,and enter the formula =COUNTIF($N$2:$S$2,B2)>0 Then I hit OK.I then click on the Painter button on the toolbar and apply this formatting to the rest of the lotto numbers.I can do this 2 other times but i need it to work 10 more times,if there is no way around this, is this formula possible in VBA and how do I enter it.
I am setting up a spreadsheet with two columns. The first column will contain a persons name the second column will contain four numbers.
Name Numbers Joe 1,3,12,24 John 4,12,23,24 Jill 6,14,19,26
I need to be able to search to find the following: the correct sequence of numbers e.g. if 1,3,12,24 were pulled out then that search is easy. If I was looking for someone who had the numbers 1,12,24 then I have a problem. I was thinking about putting the four numbers in to four separate columns but my Excel knowledge is poor.
I have a list of 10 of my favorite/lucky numbers that I want to play in the lottery. The lottery picks 5 numbers total. I need a way to show me all the possible combinations of my 10 numbers picked in a 5 number draw (hope that makes sense). There are no repeat combinations- for example- I DO NOT WANT 1-2-3-4-5 and 5-4-3-2-1 to come up as separate combinations- so each of my favorite #s needs to be used only once in each combination, and each set used once.
I have searched this board for 2 hours now- read tons of other posts, but not finding a real solution. The output will be a list of all the possible combinations (no repeats, and no permutations) using my 10 favorite numbers. Another example- 1-2-3-4-5 1-2-3-4-6 1-2-3-4-7 1-2-3-4-8 1-2-3-4-9 1-2-3-5-6 1-2-3-5-7 and so on.
How do I create this? I realize the resulting table will be quite a large number of combinations- but we're going to have fun with it and pick a few at random.
You must install "Analysis TookPak-VBA" before doing this; check in your Excel's Tools/Add-Ins menu. Paste this long function (see below) in an Excel's worksheet (any cell) and press F9 (calculate) until you see at least 2 identical numbers. Real life's lottery does not have repeating numbers. I can disable this repetition by using cells relation but I want to use just one (1) cell. Any expert wants to challenge? If not, you can use VBA. But it still requires one (1) line of codes.
I have a column of 6 digit numbers in excel, and I need to remove the last digit from each number, turning it into a 5 digit number. No rounding, just simply remove the last digit. Each number is different. Does anyone know how to quickly and efficiently remove the last digit from each number? I can convert to alphanumeric string if need be...
I need a macro where I can highlight a column and change all of the 2 digit years to a 4 digit year (actually, some of the 2 digit years are only 1 digit, e.g. "9" instead of "09").
I have an if then statement that I can use in the column after it, but I'd rather change the actual numbers in the original column, rather than adding another column (and having to keep the original, too).
The statement I had was: =if(A1>=50,1900+A1,2000+A1)
I just copy dragged down to get the cell numbers for the rest of the column... but using A1 was just for an example, here, it's not necessarily going to be in that column. It needs to be just whichever cells I select.
It seems like it should be pretty simple, but I don't know how to word it in a macro.
I'm not sure if it's possible to do this, but I have three lists of data. One is a complete list (for example, the numbers 1-25). The next list is a subset of the complete list (e.g., 1,3,5,7,9). Attached to these (the subset list) is another list (let's say letters, so A goes with 1, B goes with 3, etc). I want to physically move the paired entries from Lists 2 & 3 so that List 2 matches up with List
I need to complete what would seem a fairly simple incrementing task but I'm not getting the results that I'm looking for. I don't know much about macros so would prefer not having to use one but I'm willing to try if it's not too complicated.
I'm using Excel 2010 on a PC. For several projects, I need to increment cells that contain text and numbers. The column contains data in a cell (A1), followed by a blank cell (A2), then cell A3 contains new data followed by a blank in A4, etc. What I need to do is 1) copy the exact data in A1 to A2 and then 2) increment the number used in A1/A2 by 1 in A3, copy that into A4, and the pattern repeats down the column.
Here is an example of what I have in column A: Test_01 [blank cell] Test_02 [blank cell] Test_03 [blank cell] etc.
This is what I want as a result. Test_01 Test_01 Test_02 Test_02 Test_03 Test_03 etc.
Do I need to save the data in the column as text, general, or numbers? Is there some function that would make incrementing the data possible as I've outlined above?
I would like to know if its possible to extract just the even/odd pairs from a number.
Exp. I have the number 123 in cell A1, and would like to extract the even/odd pair, which in this case would be 13, the cell A2. I would like to be able to do this without the use of "Isodd" or "iseven" functions.
I have a database with 6 columns in play (there are actually other columns but they are not relevant). I'll call the columns A through F. I would like to be able to match certain counterpart rows together, do a sort placing the counterpart rows adjacent to one another, and then count how many pairs I have. (Some rows will have no counterparts.)
I basically need to devise a formula or script that pairs together two rows that fit the following criteria:
1) The rows are identical in Columns B, C, D, and E. 2) The rows are not identical in Column F (i.e., one half of the pair should have "yes" and the other half should have "no") 3) The rows are as close together as possible according to the date sequence in Column A. For example, Row 1 should pair with Row 6, and Row 5 should pair with Row 7. Row 1 should not pair with Row 7, and Row 5 should not pair with Row 6. **This criterion seems tricky because R5 and R6 would technically fit the requirement for pairing, were it not for the fact that R1 comes earlier in the sequence.**
I have a map with several waypoints and would like to find the distance between any of these two waypoints. Sounds simple, but I have having an issue with the later parts of the excel file. Let me explain further.
There are over 100 waypoints on this map we have. Each waypoint has an, seemingly arbitrary, X-coordinate and Y-Coordinate. However, if you divide the coordinates by [X], they turn into miles. It should go without saying that finding the distance between two waypoints is rather simple mathematically, but I having an issue figuring out how to pull two random waypoints and having the distance automatically calculated.
So far, I just have column A with the waypoint name and with column B and C having the X and Y coordinates respectively. Is there anyway I can create some sort of call function that when two waypoint values are entered it would automatically calculate the distances?