# Excel 2003 :: Adding ISBLANK Function To IF Formula

Jun 7, 2014I am using Excel 2003

I have used =IF(I6=J6,1,0) but I want a 0 value if the two cells are blank. How do add this to the formula?

I am using Excel 2003

I have used =IF(I6=J6,1,0) but I want a 0 value if the two cells are blank. How do add this to the formula?

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I keep record of my blood sugar in excel 2003 that I send to my doctor weekly.

What I would like to do is, instead of typing the readings and mmol/L at the end in every cell, is to just type in the reading (example 5.5) then tab of the cell and have excel populate the cell with mmol/L automatically after the reading.

Can it be done?

I have this code working fine in excel 2007 but I need to get it working in excel 2003.

=0.02*(_xlfn.SUMIFS($D$2:$D$98,$C$2:$C$98,">="&I5,$C$2:$C$98,"<="&I4))

I have attached a test document to show what I'd like to do. It is basically adding values if the column next to it is in a certain range.

counting columns in Excel 2003.xls

I have a 97-2003 spreadsheet with approximately 22,000 lines of seperate companies. I need to know how to insert a blank line between the company names. I have been using the "Right Click - Insert" method but soon realized there must be 2000 different companies. The Company Name column is A.

View 7 Replies View RelatedBasically the first worksheet (equipment list) is set out for parts used for each individual unit which can be printed out for each unit.

The second worksheet is an equipment list, where each part number and quantity required is displayed which can be sent to suppliers for ordering.

At the moment I

-> copy the equipment list to a new worksheet

-> do an advanced filter for "Unique records only"

-> =SUMIF('Equipment List'!B:B,'Parts List'!A16,'Equipment List'!D:D)

which is much faster than the way we used to do it.

The problem is, when I add a part to the equipment list that is new, I need to go through the process again.

Is there a way to automate so any parts I add to the equipment list, if it is the first time the part number has been entered, it will copy to the parts list worksheet and update the qty column or if it is an existing part number it just updates the qty column?

The equipment list may potentially have up to 100 different drives, but using mainly the same equipment.

I created this sample on an old desktop using excel 2003 but I use 2010 on my laptop.

Using data of unknown origin in Excel I found Isblank was giving a FALSE result on some apparently blank cells while giving a TRUE result on others.

Even if I used TRIM and CLEAN functions on the offending data and pasted the resulting values back the the original locations, the Isblank result was still FALSE. Also, the font colour was not set to white or transparent.

However, if I selected the cell with the 'invisible' data, clicked in the Formula Bar and pressed Enter without entering any new data, the problem disappeared for that cell. The problem also disappeared if I selected the problem 'blank' cell and pressed delete.

Can anyone explain this 'invisible data' and tell me how I can detect it using a function or formula?

I am currently using the function:

=IF(OR(ISBLANK(C8), ISBLANK (D8), ISBLANK (E8), ISBLANK (F8), ISBLANK (G8), ISBLANK (H8), ISBLANK (I8), ISBLANK (J8), ISBLANK (K8), ISBLANK (L8), ISBLANK (M8), ISBLANK (N8), ISBLANK (O8), ISBLANK (P8), ISBLANK (Q8), ISBLANK (R8)), "", IF(SUM(C8:R8)=0,"Yes", "No"))

and it is returning a #value error sign.

I want it to check if C8:R8 is blank, and if so, put nothing. But if not, use the formula: IF(SUM(C8:R8)=0,"Yes", "No"))

I'm trying to make a macro in Excel 2003 to create x amount of named worksheets that are a copy of a different worksheet.

1. I have a main worksheet that will have a number manually entered into a cell (lets say A1);

2. I have a 'template' worksheet;

3. I'll assign the macro to a button on the main worksheet

If I enter '10' into cell A1 of the main worksheet, I'd like to click the button and have Excel create 10 copies of the template worksheet. These new worksheets should all share the same name with a number after them (ex: banana 1, banana 2..... banana 10).

I am making some conditional formats for a document. One that I am trying to achieve is have a group of cells have a background color, but once the data has been added, the color go away.

This is what my conditional format looks like: =ISBLANK($A$1:$H$22) and chose the Green fill background. So, my understanding is, the cells should have a green background if they are blank, but go back to a standard format, once cells have data put in them.

I have a worksheet of data that has 12 columns of numbers (sourced from an external data source) that I have a subtotal for each row. I need the user to be able to hide columns that they do not want included in the subtotal. I have found references to Subtotal(109,D2:Q2) on the net that apparently does this but it doesn't make any difference whether or not I hide columns (I am not using filtering).

Does anyone know how to do this using a formula, (I would prefer to keep this a macro free worksheet)

I cant find out of include the submit button. I can fill out the field but not submit.

Use excel 2003

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I know you can't use the SUMIFS function in 2003 but give alternative in 2003

=SUMIFS($D$3:$D$30000,$C$3:$C$30000,"IOP",$E$3:$E$30000,">=01/03/2011",,"

I have a client/sales sheet where I keep outstanding and paid bills information.

I want to get an indicator cell that shows if a bill was paid Y, or Not paid.

Since cell. However, if there is no invoice I want it to show,... nothing.

I used the invoice date cell C4 to see if there is an actual invoice. I thought the following formula would do it. However, if the invoice is paid and the outstanding amount W4 is 0.00 it returns a N, as Not paid????

C4 (date of invoice)

W4 (is amount due - payment =U4-V4)

(this is the formula I thought of)

=IF(ISBLANK(C4),"",IF(W4>0,"N", IF(W4=0,"Y")))

I've been left with a macro built in 2010--but I need it to run in 2003.

I've identified a Remove Duplicates function as the cause of a bug, how to translate this to a 2003-friendly macro? This will be an action in a much longer macro. What I am trying to do is check for duplicates in a particular column (Column C), and remove any duplicate row (it doesn't matter which duplicate is removed).

VB:

'Remove duplicates

Sheets("Input sheet").Select

ActiveSheet.Range("$B$4:$H$2005").RemoveDuplicates Columns:=3, Header:= _

xlYes

Is there a way to use sumif on blank cells. That is I only want to add the contents of column Q provided the Column I corresponding rows are blank. I used this formula but it didnt work =sumif(I:I,ISBLANK,Q:Q)

View 5 Replies View RelatedI am trying to insert three columns within a large amount of data. I am using Excel 2003 edition. The three columns need to measure max, min, and standard deviation of month long ranges and the data goes all the way back to 1993.

Currently, I have a column that has the correct ranges but finds the average for each month

(=AVERAGE($H7214:$H7243))...

And many more ranges as it dates back all the way to '93. Is there a possible way to insert these three columns with their respective commands (=MAX... =MIN... etc.) while keeping all the ranges from the AVERAGE column.

In effect, I am looking to solely switch the begining of the column command

(=AVERAGE($H7214:$H7243)) to (=MIN($H7214:$H7243) etc...

While keeping all of the specified ranges from the AVERAGE column.

I recently upgraded from Excel 2003 to 2007, and the worksheet change procedure that i have embedded in my worksheet no longer fires when the criteria are met. If and if I fix it to work in 2007, will it still work in 2003?

Here is my procedure:

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)

Dim rngCell As Excel.Range

If Not Intersect(Target, Range("C19:R19")) Is Nothing Then

For Each rngCell In Intersect(Target, Range("C19:R19"))

If rngCell.Value = "BLACK" Then

MsgBox "Please select a shading style", , "Shading Style Required"

End If

Next rngCell

End If

End Sub

H4 is a date/time stamp I have saved as a macro. Returns 12/28/2011 10:47:00 AM.

I4 is the same macro and returns 12/28/2011 10:48:00 AM

J4 calculates the difference between the two (I4-J4), but only recognizes business hours and business days (Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm)

I only want J4 to calculate if I4 is NOT BLANK.

These are in a table so J4 is trying to calculate when there is data in H4, but not I4, and returning a large number like 981583.22

When I try to apply IF(ISBLANK) logic to the formula in J4, I get an error that it exceeds 255 characters, even though it works fine if I am not trying to put the IF(ISBLANK) logic in.

Here is the formula in J4. I want it to automatically calculate if there is data in I4. Otherwise, I want it to return 0.

=IF(AND(INT(H4)=INT(I4),NOT(ISNA(MATCH(INT(H4),HolidayList,0)))),0,ABS(IF(INT(H4)=INT(I4),ROUND(24*(I4-H4),2),

(24*(DayEnd-DayStart)*

(MAX(NETWORKDAYS(H4+1,EndDt-1,HolidayList),0)+

INT(24*(((EndDt-INT(I4))-

(H4-INT(H4)))+(DayEnd-DayStart))/(24*(DayEnd-DayStart))))+

MOD(ROUND(((24*(I4-INT(I4)))-24*DayStart)+

(24*DayEnd-(24*(H4-INT(H4)))),2),

ROUND((24*(DayEnd-DayStart)),2))))))

How to combine ISNA and ISBLANK in the below formula such that it returns empty cell if vlookup cell is blank.

HTML Code:

=IF(ISBLANK(VLOOKUP(B4,'C:UsersArulDesktop[Common Spares 1.xlsx]Sheet1'!$B$1:$L$77,2,0)),"",VLOOKUP(B4,'C:UsersArulDesktop[Common Spares 1.xlsx]Sheet1'!$B$1:$L$77,2,0))

What i want to do is to look up of the value of home and away games seperatly. if there is no match for the lookup i get the "N/A" and if there is no value i get "0". If i get 0 the formula will calculate as a lost game.

View 10 Replies View RelatedI am looking to be able to alter my table_array section in VLOOKUP to adjust in date.

exampe: =vlookup(A4,'[Daily report - August 25.x;sx]Facilities'!A4:AY100,84,FALSE)

and I want to be able to change the August 25 -> August 26 repeating so that as I drop the next date in it will update to the correct tab.

I have the dates above so if I could somehow just the date to another cell instead that would work as well. I just do not know how.

Essentially I need to grab data from a separate workbook everyday and compile it to one master list.

The following formula was, several weeks ago, very graciously offered to me from one of Excel Forum's contributors.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MOD(ROW(E8:E6782),2)=0),E8:E6782)

My request was to find a formula that would add each 6th row starting in row e8 (e8+e14+e20+e26+e32 etc. through e6782) in column "e" when the column was 6782 rows deep from top to bottom. (i am not trying to add every number in column e, just each 6th row, starting at e8 and going through row e6782).

I entered the formula into my spread sheet and, voila, I had a sum that I assumed was accurate for my spread sheet of ticket sales. I began to question the functionality of the formula when I altered the E8:E6782 parameters (which represented the gross ticket sales) to E4:E6778, in an effort to sum up the E4 values e4,e10,e16, e22,e28,etc. . . (which represents the net values after commissions were deducted). The difference in the two sums (e8 values Versus the e4 values) was incorrect and did not represent the appropriate commissions (which should have been 15%).

I would like to find out, how would look formula in excel 2003 to perform process like discribe below:

(in cell K1 formula)

=sum (A1+B1) then if sum of A1 and B1 is lower then 100 then add C1 but if sum of A1 and B1 is higher then 100 then subtract 100 and add C1.

On a excel sheet I've got columns, each column represents a weeknumber. I want to calculate the so-called 4 wk average for each row and for each week and this is the formula I use:

(value*Tvalue)+(value*Tvalue)+(value*Tvalue)+(value*Tvalue)/(Tvalue)

(this is not the actual formula but simplified, that's not really important).

It's the checks that make things a bit more complex. If a value of a weeknr is zero, skip it, but if the next value is also zero, just skip the formula alltogether and make it a zero (or text like "false"). So another thing that has to be accounted for is that if a value is zero, the next weeks value is taken instead.Example (see included file):

I want to calculate the formula (mov 4wk avg) for the third value for week 12, which will make the formula

(0.2*6)+(0.3*6) now there's a zero on week 14 so I skip it, then formula will be:

(0.2*6)+(0.3*6)+(0.6*6)+(0.9*6)/(6).

Right now I'm doing this in VBA with a lot of variables and a lot of if statements.Is there an easier more effective

I know the example sheet is a 2007/2010 version but I need to accomplish this for 2003.

Excel 2003. I have a list of names in column A, dates in column B, I need the difference between dates for the people in column A, I am doing it now with the formula shown but I need a formula to put in column C that will look at the name in column A, for that row, and then find that name above it and give me the difference between the to dates in column B. So in the example below if I put the formula in C7 it would look at A6-A2 for harry and then give me the difference between B7 and B4, 6 days, if there is not a match return blank.

Excel 2003ABCD1NamesDateDays Between2tom2/8/123****3/2/124harry3/9/125tom3/10/1231=B5-B26tom3/12/122=B6-B57harry3/15/126=B7-B48****3/26/1224=B8-B3Sheet1

I need to copy a column of data from Sheet1 to Sheet2, but skipping every 5th row in the original data on Sheet1, but without leaving any gaps in the resultant column in sheet2.

At the moment I've been manually changing the formula but there must be an easier way.

eg. Copying data from Sheet1, A1 to A11, I would have in Sheet2, starting at A1 :

=Sheet1!A1

=Sheet1!A2

=Sheet1!A3

=Sheet1!A4

=Sheet1!A6

=Sheet1!A7

=Sheet1!A8

=Sheet1!A9

=Sheet1!A11

Any formula I can enter that would be dragable and still skip every 5th row ?

Windows XP, Excel 2003

I have attendance tables that has column Y showing the shift to be worked and column Z showing any absentees. I used the following formula to count the number of people off per period.

{=SUM(COUNTIFS($Y$5:$Y$29,AM,$Z$5:$Z$29,$W82),(COUNTIFS($Y$36:$Y$60,AM,$Z$36:$Z$60,$W82)))}

in the above formula AM relates to a list of morning shifts.

The problem I have now encountered is that the system at work is still using excel 97 - 2003 which does not recognise Countifs.

way to adapt the formula to be compatible with Excel 97.

I am trying to come up with a formula to determine if someone is 21 years old or not. After I enter their DOB if they are 21 or over I would like the cell to turn Green, if not I would like it to turn red. I have tried alot of different formulas that primary pertain to days and months but nothing for years.

View 3 Replies View RelatedI am using Excel 2003

Cell B13 contains the row number of the first row of data on the sheet and B14 contains the row number of the end row of data. This is because the number of rows vary over time.

I'm trying to do a COUNTIF to test for duplicates in column R (contains integers) and I want to specify the range to count by referring to the value in B13 and B14 in the formula and so I have the following which returns FALSE for some reason even if the value in R19 appears more than once in the range ...

=COUNTIF(INDEX(R:R,$B$13):INDEX(R:R,$B$14),R19)>1

I have Excel 2003

My spreadsheet has multiple lines of data for multiple items (have a specific item #) and I need to be able to enter an item # on a different sheet so that the requested information can be pulled from the data source. The items have information on multiple rows. I need to have all of the rows pulled into my output file when I specify the specific item. #.

I have attached a spreadsheet showing the type of data is contained and what my desired output would look like.

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