The original worksheet will have a sheet of data, but I want the user to be able to insert a row of data into this sheet and have the original values still referenced in the macro.
I do not believe the range function will work, because the relative cell positions are what are changing. Also, the offset command would not work, because the positions are not absolute to the active cell. Correct me if I am wrong...
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Receiver = "kim.randy@companyX.com"
I want it to point to something like =Receivers!C13
How would I do this without hardcoding the data above?
I'm trying to build a dynamic formula where a cell reference shifts one column over when a certain percentage changes. It's hard to explain, but the attached workbook should make it clear what I'm trying to accomplish.
I need a dynamic formula which if hard-coded would be something like =(tabname!A7). But instead of A, I want a calculated value such as ($C$2*12+1). My columns are numbered, so I want to say "the 26th column along", "the 37th along" etc, as C changes. I tried the index formula but couldn't get it to work, assuming it is even the right one.
I have a question about dynamic cell references that I canīt find any info about anywhere else. This is what I want to do: I need to create a sentence that changes depending on user choices. Example:
Cell A1 = Sheet!AX Displayed text Dear Mr. "name"
Where the X is a number that will change depending on other things. I would love to do something like: =Sheet!A(E1). Where the value in E1 is for example 4. The result would then be =Sheet!A4 and if I changed the value in E1 the reference =Sheet!A(E1) would also change. I donīt know the syntax for doing this or if it is even possible.
I currently have a file that is linked to an external workbook that is referencing a certain cell from a certain tab. The below is what Column A & B look like right now. What I'm wanting to know is is there a way to have the formula in Column B automatically reference the name in Column A (which is the tab name in the external workbook) instead of having to manually change the formula when the value in Column A changes?
In other words, I want everything in the external reference formula to remain the same except have the person's name change dynamically...
Mary ='X:Anderson CorporationEmployees[Work Hours]Mary'!$F$42
Joe ='X:Anderson CorporationEmployees[Work Hours]Joe'!$F$42
Frank ='X:Anderson CorporationEmployees[Work Hours]Frank'!$F$42
Code: Dim Aname As String Aname = ActiveWorkbook.ActiveSheet.Range("D2").Value & "Pricing" Workbooks.Add ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename:=Aname & ".xls"
to create a new workbook. I need to copy 2 columns from the original workbook/worksheet to the one being created though. I can get the the original easy enough, but then getting back to the newly created book is proving difficult.
(the 2 columns being copied are filtered to what is needed and I have used the below to copy it, yes I know that is 3 rows but I couldnt get it to copy just E and G at the same time to the lastrow without including F)
Code: LastRow = .Cells(.Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row With .Range("E2:G" & LastRow) .Select.copy End With
I'd like the "WildCard" to pull from a value in a cell whereby I can run a button macro that, when pushed, deletes the tab/worksheet named "WildCard". For instance, if I wanted to delete "Sheet3" I would type "Sheet3" into, say, cell C3 and then press the button to run the macro and "Sheet3" would be deleted. How to I refer the macro to cell C3? I currently have a macro that inserts/names a sheet based upon a cell reference and macro button. I'd like one that can delete in the same way.
Is it possible to write the formula so if I change "A" in A1 to "Z" the formula will change as well? Or the formula will at least always reference the text within the cell, not necessarily the text that exists at the formula's conception?
I would nest these in a formula such as "=srcsum(srcref2(), srcref3())". Ideally I could then use this same funtion anywhere instead of having to use and worry about the accuracy of "=srcsum($a$2,$b$1)"."=srcsum($a$3,$b$1)"."=srcsum($a$4,$b$5)".etc.
It seems like there should be a current cell method or something but I can't find it and I'm not smart enough it seems to use vb to designate some kind of floating intersect as a base for a row and column reference.
TDI_SR_F_2 is the worksheet after TDI_SR_F_1. NB - I cant use find and replace function as it will change the '1' which is part of the cell reference ($G$1) to a 2 as well. I know I can use TDI_SR_F_3 as a search string, but the process is going to be extremely tedious, i.e. there are literally over 100 rows I need to do the find and replace on.
i have 2 worksheets. one with portfolio stock data, and a second that i would like to use for dynamic charting. the chart worksheet has a drop down menu that chages a refernce cell to a number corresponding to the collumn in the portfolio worksheet for the chosen ticker
i would like to make a dynamic chart that updates the data ranges based on something like this: ....
I have a list of codes from which I'm trying to extract all unique entries.
For example, col A has 001, 001, 002, 003, 003, 003, 004, ...
I'm trying to create a report template with formulas that reference col A and return a single unique entry for each code so that the new column has only 001, 002, 003, 004.
Essentially, the codes reference customers. A customer can have multiple purchases -- but I'm trying to create a report in which I can utilize SumIf formulas to Sum the purchases for each customer and represent those purchases on a single line per customer code.
The catch is that the purchases change monthly (i.e., next month the purchases may be 001, 002, 002, 002, 004) so my report template needs to have the flexibility to adapt without me rewriting the SumIf formulas and return SumIf results for only customers 001, 002, 004. Whereas in the prior month, the report returned SumIf results for customers 001, 002, 003, 004.
I have a problem creating a circular reference with dynamic ranges. I have searched already but can't find the specifc problem. I have a spreadsheet where I use vba code to insert extra columns. Within the worksheet there are sum calculations at the end of each row. When I add a new column within the table I would like the sum calculation to expand to account for this extra column.
Now, I thought that dynamic ranges would be the way to go but the only way I can see to do it creates a circular reference as the CountA function trys to count the cell with the sum function in it.
Each of my data sets spans roughly 75 columns by 250 rows at present, but this could expand. The first 7 rows contain metadata. Columns 2-25 or so contain the raw data, from which everything to the right is calculated. The data sets have most columns in common, but not necessarily all.
In order to tease out the most meaningful information from my data, I frequently sort all or part of it based on varying criteria. When I find a useful sorting criterion, I create a new column with a header that describes the criterion and populate it with a formula that returns a 1 if the condition of interest is met for that row, or a 0 if it is not. For example, if I am doing this in column AA, I might enter
and copy it down to the end of the data. The resulting vector of 1s and 0s quickly re-identify data that meets that criterion even after subsequent resorting. It also makes locating data that meets multiple sorting criteria extremely simple. Essentially, I create a truth table.
Cell $AA$4 in the above example contains a "comparator" value I might wish to change at some point, which would change the subset of data the condition selects for.
Here's the first hard part:
For each data set, I need the ability to generate meaningful plots that includes separate series based on the criteria I have described. However, I also need to retain the ability to resort the data or change the comparator value without disrupting these plots. In other words, the plots must NOT change when the order of the data is changed, but MUST change to display the appropriate data when the comparator changes.
Here's the 2nd hard part:
Once I have this working for one data set, I need to be able to port it to other data sets (which are contained in other workbooks), so that I can compare equivalent plots from each. I also need to minimize the number of manual steps involved in doing so, to avoid human errors and excessive time consumption.
The only other possible complication I can think of at the moment is that, to this point, I have been inserting blank rows to isolate subsets that I do not wish to perform further sorting on from each other.
Right now I am angling toward VBA code that loops through the entire data set to generate base dynamic ranges using the column header row (row 1) as the names, and the entire column of data for the rangeloops through the truth table columns to generate "branch" row ranges for each of the sorting conditions,loops through the entire data set one more time to create "branch" ranges for each of the base ranges.
I could generate some code to accomplish a one-off solution for a given configuration of a single data set (provided there is not a list length limit in a chart series that I'd be violating)...but without a dynamic named range, I don't know how to get to something that would update appropriately. So in essence, I am still stuck at the dynamic range part of this.
How do I change a formula cell reference based on another cell's reference? I'm building a schedule that looks to a task's trigger and adds days based on that relationship. All entries in column "A" will be text and all cells in "B" will be the simple formula "=A2" or "=A3". Due date is calculated by adding the value in "C" to the preceding date in column "D". In the spreadsheet below, the trigger for "Budget set" is "Specs written" with 3 days added to the previous due date.
________A________________B_____________C_________D 1 Task___________Trigger_____________Days_____Due Date 2 Design begins__Proj OK______________10____10-Jan 3 Specs written__Design begins (A2)____5____15-Jan (D2+C3) 4 Budget set_____Specs written (A3)____3____18-Jan (D3+C4)
If the trigger for A4, "Budget set", changed from A3 to A2, is there a way that the formula that determines the due date in D4 could read the trigger cell reference in B4 so that the value in the corresponding row in column "C" is added in the date column?
I have lets say 12 months of data. I have formulas that reference the latest 6 months. When I insert a new column to input a new month, how can I make the formulas include the new months without manually updating them.
12 months of data exist in cells B3:M3 going from B3(oldest) to M3(newest). Formulas reference latest 6 months of data in cells H3:M3. When a new month hits, I insert a column after column M.I would like the formulas to now reference cells I3:N3 which is now the newest 6 months.
Let's say I've ended up with the number 8 in Cell D4 for example. Is there a formula that can return the letter "G" (The 8th Column) so I can use it in future cell references ? If so, let's say we store that in Cell B5. How do I now refer to a cell in a chosen Row of that same Column by reference to Cell B5 ? For example if I want to refer to Cell G33 can you refer to this Cell in some form like Cell(Contents of Cell B5;33) ??? Don't want to use R1C1 type references if possible.
I'm wondering if it is at all possible to have a cell comment automatically update depending on what data is input in the cell (via user input, VLOOKUP, etc.)?
For example, if cell A1 contains the text "CHARLES" with a comment saying "Employee of the Month", and is then subsequently updated with the new text "JOHN" (again, via direct input, a VLOOKUP, data validation, etc.) is there a way to have the comment automatically update to say something else, such as "Team Lead" for example?
I've considered using VBA to accomplish my goal, but am unsure how to compose an effective code to do so. I've also considered perhaps creating a named table filled with all the different comment possibilities I would like to have used in this cell and then inputting a formula in either cell A1, or the comment contained therein, that would then call the corresponding text from that table based on the data in cell A1. Honestly, I'm not sure that what I'm trying to do is even possible;
I have the following formula in cell L51 of all sheets calculating the volume depending on the monthly index that is chosen from the drop down menu in a particular sheet. =If(MIndex=0, SUM(D33:L50),If(MIndex=1,SUM(D34:L50),If(MIndex=2,SUM(D35:L50), 0))). I am getting the following message and I do not understand what it is about.
Microsoft Office Excel cannot calculate a formula. Cell references in the formula refer to the formula's result, creating a circular reference. Try one of the following