I have a range of cells C11:C29,G12:G18,G20:G23,G25:G26,G28:G29,C33:C42,G33:G42,C46:C47,G46:G47,C51:C54,G51:G59,C58:C59 that contains letter grades (egs. A+,C- etc). I need the code for a macro that checks each cell from this range and if the value of the cell is A+ then the cell's value changes to 100, if the cell's value is A then change the cell's value to 98, if cell's value is B+ then change to 88 ...and so on...you get the idea (i will complete the rest of conditions but i just need the basic code).
creating a function to turn a percent (0-100) into a letter grade, I am creating a gradebook spreadsheet.
I think VLOOKUP is the way to go here, but I do not understand vlookup at all no matter how many times I try to look at demos or read how-tos.
I created two columns, one with what the grade entails (93-100 , 90-93 and so on) and the next column has A, A-, etc. But I can't get vlookup to work, any suggestions? I am pretty noob when it comes to excel.
Newbie here. I have a very frustrating problem. I am using excel for my gradebook at school. I've tried several different ways to assign a letter grade to an number average. It works fine each different way I do it, VLOOKUP, IF, etc. But, I have about 5 grades out of 100 which give the wrong letter grade. For instance, my scale says that a grade of 85 should be lowest limit of a "B", but I get a "C" returned in the cell instead. Like I said, it only happens on a few grades. The biggest majority work fine. I can't figure out why. Any ideas? Attached is one of the "problems" with a student's grades. Note the Final Avg with a grade of "C", it should be "B".
I, too, am trying to use excel to the fullest. My first issue is, I would like to convert the numberic grade in one cell to a letter grade in another cell. I am not really good with all the vocabulary, but would love to learn it, and can copy a formula pretty well!!!! Not so good with functions and macros but would love to learn. All help appreciated.
I have figured out how to assign a letter grade to a number, but am having trouble assigning it the other way, a number to a letter grade. For instance: If a student gets an A, I want the column next to it to indicate that the A represents a 4; a B represents a 3; a C represents a 2; D a 1; and F a 0. This will allow an easy grade point average calculation.
A 4 History C 2 Math A 4 English B 3 Physical Ed D 1 Science
Need to write a formula that would assign a letter grade (in row W) to the average in row V, based on the school's scale. So, row V contains my averages (in % form) and I want row W to have the letter equivalents.
I am using VLOOKUP with the not_exact_match set to True, however instead of finding the next largest value that is less than value, I want to find a way of returning the next largest value that is greater than value. I have looked at using MATCH and OFFSET to try and increment the returned value by 1.
I'm trying to list the latest revision of a drawing in an issue sheet spreadsheet. What I need is to be able to enter a formula that will find the highest alphanumerical value in the columns beyond. Alphabetic characters take precedence over numerical - i.e., drawing issue numbers usually follow a 00, 01, 02, 03, then switch to A, B, C, D,... order.
To try and illustrate what I mean a little better, I have the following table, with dates in DD/MM format. Sorry it's not laid out too well, my HTML isn't great:
I won't have control over the numbers and letters reached (i.e., the drawing revision could get up to Z or something - or the number revision reach 15 before switching to alphabetic revisions) so I'd rather avoid having to set up a crazy IF function with "00", "01", "02", "03", "04", etc etc. But -
my Excel teacher doesn't even know how to do this! The chapter is Working with Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks, and we went into linking workbooks, linking worksheets, using the VLOOKUP function, and saving workbooks as templates. This is Case Problem 2 and i'll attaching the file.
1. On the Grading Criteria worksheet, enter the text "Exam Average" in cell A1 and the text "Grade" in cell B1.
2. In the range A2:B6, create a lookup table for the range of grades specified by Professor Templeton. (Hint: Each letter grade should be matched up with the lowest score possible for that grade.)
Here are the specified grades: 0 to 49 = F 50 to 59 = D 60 to 74 = C 75 to 89 = B 90 to 100 = A
3. Insert a formula in Column E of each worksheet to calculate the overall score of each student based on the grade table you entered in the Grading Criteria worksheet.
I have a custom range -55% to 55% as part of a grading system for sales growth. I want to return a 0-100% grade depending on where within that -55% to 55% range a sales reps growth for a month falls. For exaple, if a sales rep scores 0% growth for a month, they will receive a 50% grade by where 0% falls within the -55% to 55% range.
Excel 2007 is my version. I'm trying to build an array from a dynamic range. I will know the column letter and lastrow.I think I could do this via a FOR and NEXT routine but there has to be a more efficient way. Here is my inefficient code idea:
Code: Dim orgctarray(65000) As Variant 'because I don't know how long the array will need to be Dim cnt as integer Dim startrow as integer[code]....
So as you see, technically, I need to take sheet1.range("B3:B" & lastrow) and turn it into a vb array (I don't want to copy the data to some hidden worksheet and do the work there)I'd also like to remove duplicates and sort orgctarray alphabetically after I have completed building it.
I would like to create a PDF file from a RANGE Name, excel 2007, attach it to MS Outlook 2007, Once in Outlook I will select the recipient, add some remarks and hit send. I can do this now with a workbook but not a range.
I am using Excel 2007 on Windows 7. I would like to remove duplicates as follows: If column A = column A, column B = column B, and the two rows are within one hour of each other, then remove all duplicates, leaving one instance of the row. As you can see, sometimes the duplicates are right next to each other, and sometimes have rows between them. (Rows 1 & 2, Rows 30 & 32). Even though this sample doesn't show it, sometimes there can be tens of duplicates within an hour, not just two.
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I wish to monitor a change in a certain columns at some worksheets. I have - after having consulted John Walkenbach' fantastic book Excel 2007 Power programming with VBA - understood how I do to monitor a change in specific worksheet, by using the Intersect-function in the change-event on that particular worksheet. That works fine.
My situation is that I have an application that I start out with a certain number of workheets in a workbook, and in the course of the work that the application does, it now and then adds worksheets, and these worksheets I would like to monitor for change in a special column. I know, by looking at the names of the worksheets which ones of those in the collection that I want to check.
I therefore used, not the Worksheet_Change event but the Workbook_SheetChange. It doesn't work quite well. I guess my question for now would be:
The call to this event looks like this:
Private Sub Workbook_SheetChange(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range)
1) How - in what way - should I use the first argument, the "Sh as Object"? Can I/Should I give it a name?
The error message I get when I use an instruction like this:
If Not Intersect(Target, Range(M:M)) Is Nothing Then 'Do Stuff end if
The method 'Intersect' in the object '_Global' failed
Background: - Excel VBA 2007 - I have a macro that inserts a set of vlookups in range D3:D8. - When D3:D8 has been filled, I need the macro to COPY the Vlookups in D3:D8, skip down one cell, and paste in the next set of open spaces. - I have a Do statement that isn't working, and and IF...THEN that quits the loop when a blank cell is found (This means the range of vlookups is no longer needed).
Objectives: - Fix Do...Loop so it copies D3 throuh D8, skips a cell below D8, and Pastes in the next section? - There will sometimes be only one section to paste in, and sometimes 20. It is dynamic.
Sub InsertVLookup2() ' This macro inserts the VLookup into cell B2 Dim lastcolumn As Long Range("D3").Formula = "=VLOOKUP($A2,INDIRECT(""'"" & B$1 & ""'!A:I""),9,FALSE)" Range("D3").Select
I'm new to Excel 2007... whilst I'm managing to find most things I'm used to using in 2003, I have an issue in one workbook that I can't figure out.
When I click in some single cells (not all), that cell and several below it automatically highlight as a range... left-clicking initially highlights the cell, but as you release the mouse button, the others below it also highlight.
I have a range selected (A4:C15).I would like to deselect the range and make A4 the active cell. Is this possible without a macro?
With a macro, one could use: Application.Goto Selection.Cells(1)
I generally select a large number of cells and would like to go back to the start cell in the range. I could do it by pressing the left and right arrow keys but is there a shortcut that will allow me to do the same?