I have a formula in my worksheet that is copied into 7 other columns and then copied to the bottom of the worksheet. This spans about 10000 rows.
The formula is this: =IF(AC9="G",AG9,#N/A) When I import my data into the worksheet, either the formula will result in a number or will show blank with an error comment. I need to search through this range and then delete the contents of the cell (including the formula) if it is blank. For reference, the range of the columns are AJ thru AP. I hope this is specific enough, if not please let me know. I can attach the file if necessary.
If #N/A is not sufficient, then I can replace it with "x". This way if the formula does not result in a number then it will place an x in the cell. The macro would then search thru the range and delete any cell containing x.....
If I go any of the cells in that column, the VBA code page opens up and I get the following message:
Compile Error: Ambigous name detected: Worksheet _SelectionChange
and the following vb code is hightlighted:
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range
The code I have used is: Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Count > 1 Then Exit Sub If Target.Column = 13 Then Target.Columns.ColumnWidth = 40 Else Columns(13).ColumnWidth = 20 End If End Sub
I was kindly provided with a formula from this forum a few months ago (in the attached workbook) to calculate the area under the curve of strings of data of varying length (i.e. different number of rows) these strings of data are aligned with a timeline (providing the Y and X axis for the curve respectively). The formula is able to calculate the area under these curves without the need for adjustment to the number of rows of the dataset.
However I have now tried to copy this formula to a new datasheet with a different total number of rows and a timeline fixed (of different intervals) in column A (rather than moving for each string of data) and I am receiving a #N/A error. I am sure that I have copied the formula correctly. Can anyone help fix my formula so that it calculates area under the curve again? I would like it to calculate the area under the curve for the data in the same column but using the fixed timeline in column A.
The working formula is on the sheet ‘original formula layout’ and the formula containing the error is on the sheet ‘new formula layout’.
i have a column C with thousands of data. in that column, i had done a vlookup formula based on the lookup_value on its right, that is column B. some of the values arent available in the mapping table, causing the #N/A error.
i want to be able to delete those #N/A errors so that my dataset looks 'cleaner'. its tiring for me to go through each row one by one and delete them manually. i wnat to create a macro but im not so sure how to start.
I am building a tool for work, and in one of the sections of the main worksheet, I would like the cells to pull specific data from another worksheet that contains the results of a web query. The web query pulls a table of data, with a double header (rows 3 and 4). One column header is for the date and the other is for the time the data below corresponds to. There are also row titles along the left hand side.
I need a formula that will find the column that meets two conditions:
1) Today's date 2) A specific time (referenced from a cell on the main sheet)
It must then pull the data from the cell in that column that is in the row marked "Total".
Here is an example of the data set from the web query:
I have done quite a bit of looking on the web and tried out several different formulas/variations. I think I'm getting close, but just can't get it quite right. Here are a couple that seem close and their results:
This one correctly finds the date and "Total" row, but seems to ignore the MATCH(J3,'Rodeo Data'!$D$4:$JS$4,0) section, which is designed to find the specific time in row 4. It returns either the "Total" row value from the first or last column with the correct date depending on which match type argument I use.
This one returns the standard "#N/A" error message.
I am using Windows 7 and Excel 2010. "Rodeo Data" is the name of the sheet that contains the web query data I have included. The J3 and O3 references are cells in the main worksheet that contain the time I want the match function to find.
The desired output from the formula would be if I referenced it to today (20 Nov 2012) and 19:45, it would return the value of 65,826.
It may also be worth noting that the number of columns and rows in the data set is dynamic.
I have a list of football fixtures that I want to pace in date order. The fixtures are however linked to a grid which has the following formula =IF(FIXTURES!C1="","",FIXTURES!C1 )
so that a zero doesn't appear until a result is actually added. Unfortunately when you sort the fixtures into date order the grid still looks at the original square, NOT the moved one appertaining to the fixture.
I have a range that is filled with formulae and the the number of rows in the range with data changes as the formulae reevaluate the inputs. So the rows with visible data changes between one row and 200 rows. By looking at the output in the first column of the range, Col M and finding the last row where the formulae returns data, I need a way of selecting across the columns of the range (M1 through to Qi) where i is the number of rows that have data in.
What is required to delete the visible rows post filtering?
ActiveSheet.ListObjects("Table24").Range.AutoFilter Field:=9, Criteria1:= _ "Other" 'insert code to delete visible rows ActiveSheet.AutoFilter.Range.Offset(4).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Cells(1, 2).Select ActiveSheet.AutoFilter.Range.Offset(4).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible).Select ActiveSheet.AutoFilterMode = False Selection.Delete Shift:=xlUp 'this is where the error is occuring. End Sub
delete rows of a report which contains $- or zero value but not row with Beginning Balance. Data begins from Column B to Column E. Some records may need to be deleted completely from Account Number down to Subtotal rows plus one empty row, if the Subtotal amount is $- or zero. Below is the sample data and how the finished sheet should look like. The report will comes in thousand of line. I don't have knowledge in programing but believe it can be done through VBA.
211-00-5936-00-001-3-00-2-00 Trans. Date Doc. No. Trans. Line Comment Actual Amount
if Subtotal is $0, then delete the row starting from Account Number to Subtotal plus one empty row
211-00-5936-00-002-3-00-2-00 Trans. Date Doc. No. Trans. Line Comment Actual Amount
Im trying to make life easier by setting up some sort of macro function that will clear the contents of all the cells except for the ones that have formulas in them. I don't want to delete the 1st row as it contains the titles for each column.
Sub import() On Error Resume Next Dim wb As Workbook Dim c As Range Dim rngTo As Range
For Each c In Range("D1:D10").Cells Set wb = Workbooks.Open(Filename:=c.Value) With Workbooks("DigitalTicketMaster.xls"). Sheets("All") Set rngTo = .Range("A" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0) End With wb.Sheets("Combined").Range("A2:C100").Copy rngTo wb.Close ............................................. we have a change on our sheet, make it easy for our guys. Column A, is the date. Today 6/29.
They enter it once at the top, and it pastes for them automatically (a simple cell = $E$1)
But now, when I use the macro, it pastes over the formula that I don't want nor need, and have to call the second macro for. But then everything in that column shoes E1 on my new sheet, which is not the date... and each sheet changes dates, so I can't just have the date all the same.
What can I do in my original code to still make it loop, pull all my pages that I tell it to, but paste values only?
Would it be possible, in my loop, to highlight my cells, on that sheet... A2:C100, copy them, paste themselves right onto themselves, as values only, then copy over to my new sheet?
I want to delete names, formulas, macros of another workbook. For example, A.xls is my codes workbook. From this file, I want to delete the names, formulas, macros (but to keep the values & formatting in tact) of another workbook (there must be a prompt for which .xls file, the names etc. to be deleted). All files are in a same folder.
I have several lists that I need to be able to print out periodically.
The main worksheet that underpins each list is over 900 lines long and numerous calcs and formulae populate columns to provide the data for my 'print lists'.
I need my 'print lists' on seperate worksheets and I have linked the data from my main worksheet results, using IF statements to stop unwanted results being displayed by making the rows appear empty (i.e. to display "").
Due to the design of my main Worksheet it is inevitable that I have many rows in each 'print list' that are not required for that particular 'print list'.
I want to remove the 'empty' rows from the print sheets at the time of printing. I cannot use the GoTo > Special > Blanks > Delete Rows because the rows are not recognised as being 'blank'.
I have attached 2 screenshots of my 'print lists'.
P.S. I am not assuming anything but I have searched on OZGRID and it appears to me that I might need to use Excel/VBA?
I am using a combination of validation, vlookup and simple formulas to lay out a workorder. If I leave something blank in one of the feilds then everything that comes after say #n/a and won't allow the calculation to complete. Is there a way I can set a default value or something so to make calculate all the feilds that ARE filled in?
I've found a few macros that will automate changing cell references from absolute to relative and they work great. However, when I run the macros on formulas that have references to another worksheet or workbook, the macro will not work correctly.
I'm trying to automate creating certain keyword combinations I need, based off of the values I input into reference cells in columns A - E; the goal is to compile a list of keywords which I will then use to track my rankings in search engines.
I'm looking to only output 500 keywords, so some of the cells in columns A, B, C & E will not contain data (column D will always have a primary Geo-target listed). This results in some of the concatenate formulas I've created outputting partial data (i.e. if there is no data in cell A10, and cell D2 contains the word "Knoxville", then cell I10 will output the data, "Knoxville "). How can I setup conditioning formatting or a formula so that these auto-generated cells appear blank if one of the reference cells has no data within it?The reason why I need the above to work is because I want to setup a formula that automatically counts the # of keyword combinations created by the data entered into any of the reference cells. With the partial combinations being listed, it skews my data. Which leads me to my next question: what is the best formula for counting the # of cells containing a full keyword combination from any of the cells listed in columns G - O (minus the data in the header cells; i.e. G1, H1, etc...)?Lastly, is there a formula I could use that would then aggregate all of the full keyword combinations within the "Complete Keyword List" column (column P)?
I have a workbook with data tabs (one shown here) and a summary tab. Essentially, one inputs hours for people in the Data tab (Tech) that are then calculated/summed to total $ based on rates I have hidden elsewhere in the workbook (not included). I'm trying to bring the subtotal lines (highlighted green) into the Summary tab based on which subtotal and what month/year it is. My formula works fine, except for the fact that it is returning a #Value! due to the "Hrs" heading for each Phase. I don't know why it's doing this because I've not run into sum array issues when mixing numbers and letters before. The error formula is highlighted in yellow in my attached sample, but below is a copy of the formula.
I am creating a spreadsheet which shows the date of when the training was cpmpleted. I have added an expiry column which gives the date 3 years from start date no problems. The trouble i am having is that the column will return an #VALUE when no training date is entered. ie: the person has had no training so no date can be entered.