Excel 2007 :: Subtotals With HIDDEN Rows AND Columns Given Some Criteria
Aug 8, 2014
I am trying to develop a compliance report with Excel 2007) based upon a simple pass/fail criteria. The subtotals must be tracked both by Device (column) and by Requirement (row). There are macros (not included in the attached sample) that hides both columns and rows. I successfully found an example which I modified to correctly calculates data for a column when rows are hidden (see GOOD function below). However, I'm totally clueless on how to calculate data by row when columns are hidden (see BAD function below). What I'm trying to figure out is highlighted in red in the attached spreadsheet.
BAD (returns 0 and includes a circular reference)
I have a spreadsheet with nested subtotals. i need to sort it based on one of the nested subtotals, but maintain the rows that comprise the subtotals, together with the subtotal.
is there a way to do this? I don't want a macro because then the whole project will be done as a macro. this is just a small part of what i am doing.
sample included. my goal is to sort by column F (ABS value) high to low so that rows 8-13 are together and maintain the subtotal and on top, then rows 34-36 are together and maintain the subtotal and are next, etc.
attached Pivot Table. There is a section, which I've marked, that shows how I want my Pivot Table report to look. I've had Excel 2007 kick me out a number of times when I've tried to filter and shift rows and columns to accomplish this and areas are frequently grayed out. Can someone please assist?
I'm attaching a file rather than going into a lot of detail here because I think a visual is easier here. The raw data, my attempt at the Pivot Table and my desired outcome all show on the same tab.
I am trying to reformat the attached doc into one single column, It's a race listing of overseas marathons and I need it to look like this
Event Name Event Date City Country Entry fee Website
in date order, one event after the other in a single column so I can flow it into a word doc ready to be designed. I need to apply in Excel (I am using 2007) to get this doc into the required format?!!
I want to count the number of duplicate rows where the exact text in columns A and B match. An example is as follows, where column C would be the desired result. Note that there are hundreds of different text values of column A and hundreds of column B, I just simplified the example.
I have a seating plan for my students that has all sorts of data in it and I want to hide certain rows from students. However, they are not all in a group, they are spread out. So for example I have row 3 with student name, row 4 with their target grade, row 5 with their current grade, then row 6 is another student with data on 7 and 8. After that I might have a gap and then the next student on row 10 with data on 11 and 12. I want to toggle on and off the data and leave the student seats. I'm thinking that Subtotals would be the best way, but not sure how to implement it. Do I put row headings on the side? Also I haven't used subtotals since Excel 2003.
I have a spreadsheet with various hidden rows and columns that I do not wish the user to have access too as it contains too much detail for their purposes.
Copy/paste and copy/paste special also copies across the hidden columns and rows so what I need to do is to copy it to a new workbook but then remove the hidden rows and columns and just delete the existing formulas in the cells which total the data and insert a new autosum.
I have mapped data from Sheet1 to Sheet2 and created graphs in Sheet2 using the data. but when I hide the rows in Sheet2 the Graph is being cleared off. Need a solution so as to display the Graph in Sheet2 while hiding the rows in the same sheet.
I have a worksheet that is shared. It has hidden rows and columns. Problem is those hidden rows and columns are unhidden when someone apart from me opens the worksheet! Only way round it is to have the worksheet unshared. How do I keep the rows and columns hidden?
One of the fields I want them to enter is a library branch and I have used a data vaslidation list to provide a dropdown box.
To make it act more like a windows drop down box I have hidden 7 cells above this box with the 7 possible entries. This means that with autocomplete, if they start typing in the cell it will autocomplete the entry for them.
This work fine, but if someone presses enter from the cell above my hidden rows, one of the hiddenn cells is selected! WHY!
I have no explanation for this behaviour, nothing like it has ever happened before, and I have no idea how to get rid of it.
I need to find, then replace a particular value ("/0"), however, some cells may be hidden. And I just discovered that I can not replace the value of a hidden cell! Am I missing something, or do I have to unhide the row/column that the cell is in and then replace it? ...this does not replace the "/0" with "0" if the row the cell is in is hidden.
Dim rMatch Set rMatch = ActiveSheet.Cells.Find(What:="/0", LookIn:=xlValues, LookAt:=xlWhole) rMatch.Value = "0"
I need to average the columns of data and ignore both hidden rows and zero values. I have tried writing if statements as well as the subtotal function. Both functions either ignore null values or hidden rows but not both.
The system wont let me update a sample workbook but Im wondering whether there is a formula or combo formula for this.
I have a feeling the answer to this will be 'no' based on the searching I've done, but is it possible to allow formatting of rows/columns on a protected worksheet, yet prevent the user from unhiding some rows/columns I don't want them to see? I've allowed them to format rows/columns so they can "size" them to fit the text they enter, but that has opened up the ability for them to unhide columns. Using Shrink To Fit would be cumbersome due to the number of cells involved.
Ok I recently ran into something in Excel that was completely unexpected. When I filter data, and select multiple rows of data, and copy and paste it.... it pastes the unfiltered rows as hidden rows! Is there a way around this without copying row by row?
range formula that i am using for drop-down lists. One of the drop down lists is based on the range where the data changes(it is a list of jobs that has been released from cad room and when they have been machined a "yes" in one of column appears and then it needs to be filtered so that only non-machined jobs are visible).
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I need a formula that is not taking into account values from hiden rows. OR the formula that is not taking into account values from the rows that have Yes in the 4th column.
I would like to take the data from worksheet1 and put into worksheet2 but limit the length of a list (the real spread sheet has over 100 rows and i would like them in 4 sets of 25 versus the example I provided). Is there an array or macro that would make this work (keeping the formatting)..
I'm trying to copy a whole bunch of tables with identical layout to a master table, so I can create a whole bunch of pivot tables that include data from ALL the various tables. The source tables MAY be filtered, and I can't work out how to copy them easily while also INCLUDING any hidden/filtered rows while at the same time leaving any filter settings on the source tables intact.
If I use something like range("Table1").Listobject.DataBodyRange.Copy then it only copies the VISIBLE rows.
But I want ALL rows to be copied to a master table.
1. I don't want to unfilter the sources tables, because users might still want the source tables to remain exactly as the user filtered them. (However, it doesn't matter if the DESTINATION list is filtered or not). I realise that I could copy the entire sheet to a temp sheet, then unfilter any tables on that sheet and THEN copy these to the master list. But wan't to know if there's a simpler way.
2. I DON'T want to use SQL to create a pivot table directly from the tables, because the tables will have further information added to them from time to time, and so if I use SQL to make a pivot directly from them, I'll have to recreate the pivot cache using that SQL query each time, which might muck up the settings in any existing pivot tables. I realise that I could use SQL to copy the data to a 'staging area', and just point the pivot table at that.
3. I can't use PowerPivot, because its not installed in this environment.
I'm making a pivot with 10.000 employees and their average salaries by cost centre. If the number of employees in one cost centre is below 5, the information should be hidden.The plan would with VBA to check if the cost centre subtotal in the pivot is below 5 and hide then all the employees belonging to this cost centre.
I have a spreadsheet that monitors employees rest periods between shifts across a number of weeks I've started writing a very basic piece of code so if the employee has less than 12 hours rest, a message box will appear with a warning:
So far this is what I've done:
Sub RestHours() If Range("I7") < #12:00:00 PM# Then MsgBox "Candidate has had less than 12 hours rest since last shift worked. Please find another candidate to work this shift", vbOKOnly, "Unable to Use Candidate!"
Now this does work if I run the macro and then enter the data into cell I7, however I'm now stumped - How can I make it so that this message box pops up automatically when the data is entered into the cell without me have to go in and run the macro?
I also need the macro to run all the way down the I column (I7:I100) and across other columns which will eventually contain the same data i.e. M7:M100, Q7:Q100, all the way across to AT7:AT100?
Excel 2007. Is there a way to extract information from cells and rows that constantly move? These rows need to be able to cut & paste, copy & Paste, insert and delete. I have the formula I need to display the data, but with the cutting and pasting etc, my formulas get all messed up.
I have the excel sheet on Google docs. It displays some cells wrong because it does not recognize certain formulas.
On the second worksheet, I want the information from columns A, H, M, N, and O to be extracted at a certain time each evening and sent to a worksheet, without sending duplicates. These rows will constantly move which is why my current setup, which is just to display the information, will not work... We decided to try to extract it into a different worksheet or workbook if possible.
I'm trying to populate a table based on two different criteria in a another table. On is based on a date and the other the number of a unit. I'm trying to get the data in sheets Week 1 and Week 2 into the format in sheet Example. Is there a way to create a series of functions, filters, etc that I could use to create a macro to do multiple sheets or at least a whole sheet at once? I've been trying to think through it with my limited knowledge of filters and functions
Here is the file with an example and I'm using Excel 2007: Example.xls
I'm trying to sum over a range (column A) based on values in another range (column B). Column B's cell values are calculated with a simple numeric formula that is either a subtraction or an addition of two cell references. I want to sum all the column A cells for which the corresponding column B cells are determined by a subtraction. Then separately, sum the cells for which the corresponding column B cells hold an addition. It seems that SUMIFS is the function to use, but how do I specify the sum criteria as "a subtraction" or "an addition"?
On my spreadsheet, I have 6 main groups of columns, each one comprising 4 columns with their own automated calculations across the range.
Group 1: Cell H5, Cell I5, Cell J5, Cell K5 Group 2: Cell L5, Cell M5, Cell N5, Cell O5 Group 3: Cell P5, Cell Q5, Cell R5, Cell S5 Group 4: Cell T5, Cell U5, Cell V5, Cell W5 Group 5: Cell X5, Cell Y5, Cell Z5, Cell AA5 Group 6: Cell AB5, Cell AC5, Cell Ad5, Cell AE5
Then I have two columns following those: Col AG, Col AI
In each one of those two columns, I am trying to sum up a total value using The IF Function.
In Cell AG5 : the sum of the values of cells K5+O5+S5+W5+AA5+AE5,
ONLY IF the values of Cells H5, L5, P5, T5,X5, AB5 is equal to AG3 (which is a symbol (wingding 3 for capital P), this occurs 3 times out of 6, sometimes twice only, and at random, so I need the sum of 3 cells (or 2) out of 6, based on the above criteria.
Same in Cell AI5: sum of the values of cells K5+O5+S5+W5+AA5+AE5
ONLY IF the values of Cells H5, L5, P5, T5,X5, AB5 is equal to AI3 (which is a symbol (wingding 3 for capital L), this again occurs 3 times out of 6, sometimes twice and again at random, so again I need the sum of 3 cells (or 2) out of 6, based on the above criteria.
Using the formula: =IF(T5=AI3,(W5),0) , I retrieved the value of cell W5 into cell AI5; and when I tried the formula :
=IF(T5=AG3,(W5),0) , in cell AG5, it returned the value 0 which is correct again, as T5 was equal to AI3 but NOT to AG3.
But I cannot work out how to add all of the three values relating to each symbol, independently in each column, as they each occur randomly.
This is the way it looks in the spreadsheet:
Cell H5 Cell I5 Cell J5 Cell K5/ Cell L5 Cell M5 Cell N5 Cell O5/ Symbol (for P) Text Text Value /Symbol (for L) Text Text Value
And so on 4 more times across.
I could of course add it all manually for each line but I would rather have a formula to do it for me as all the other calculations are automated and/or conditionally formatted.