I have a spreadsheet with 6 months of data in one row. the dates are from A3 (Jan 1) to FY3 (Jun 30). The data is in range A4:FY4. The data is a "$" (without quotes). The $'s are entered randomly during the 6 month period. I need a formula to determine the days between the last occurrence and the next to last occurrence of the $. Example spreadsheet shows the $'s on Mar 28 and May 5 as the last two. The spreadsheet is attached. I am using Microsoft Office Excel 2010.
I have data arranged in a worksheet (see attachment) that has hours of work broken down by day. What I need is a formula that will find the number of times a record occurred in Column F that is greater than or equal to 12 hours each day. So for March 1st there would be 9 times. I can do that now with no problem using "=COUNTIF(F4:F14,">=12")" However, the real thing that I need is how many days of each month were there only 1 count (of 12 hours or more). So it needs to look at the range of data that goes from 3/1/13 to 3/31/13 and find the total number of days that had 1 count (of 12 hours or more) each day and return the number of days it found.
I have a simple pivot table that is types by state. I want to know how many types are in each state. In the attached image the answer for Alaska is 5, for Arizona 5, for Arkansas 1, etc. How do I get Excel to tell me that for each state?
I'm using Excel 2010. I have PowerPivot installed but really don't know how to use it yet.
Sheet 1 contains range B12:B353 with names of people. Sheet 2 range B12:B353 contains a formula to extract the names from Sheet 1 if range D12:D353 contains a certain value:
At the bottom of each column in Sheet 2 I am trying to get a total count of populated cells (a running count of names actually visible). I have inserted formula:
Which should count the number of cells with text in them, right? But I believe it's somehow counting the formula as text because I inserted the value of "A" in Sheet 1 Column D for 3 names. It returned a number of 331 at the bottom of my column in Sheet 2. First off, a return of 331 doesn't make sense in any way (still scratching my head at this return. It should have returned a value of 3.
I'm using Excel 2010. One spreadsheet I'm using has 1048576 lines and is a XLSX file. The other file has 65536 lines and is also a XLSX file. When I try to do a VLOOKUP, I'm given an error stating "invalid reference. This file version cannot contain formulas that reference cells beyond 256 columns or 65536 lines.
If both are XLSX files how do I expand the amount of columns in the one spreadsheet with 65536 lines? I thought all XLSX files had a million lines.
I'm having trouble defining the time overlaps on continuous days for the varying results of the runs for my simulation.
For the following data set, without counting overlaps there are 18 total spare requirements, but if I take into account their overlaps in their duration there should be a total of 11 per day. For example in row 4 this event overlapped in the same day with the event of row 5 so both had only 2 overlaps as a result (So there is not possible to be 1 as an answer for overlap, there is only from 2 to "n" amount or 0).
But if an event overlaps with more than one in their duration the result would be their maximum overlap during this time frame.
So then I have for each event an Starting date, starting time, duration, ending date and ending duration.And for each day I would need the total amount of overlaps occurred for the duration of each event and from those I would take their maximum amount of overlaps occurred per day. To obtain their real requirement as shown on the file.
The manual procedure I'm using looks like this for the first day: (Graphical representation)
Event 1 occurs from 17:02 to 20:29 and only overlaps with Event 3, so it's 2
Event 2 occurs from 20:38 to 23:38, also only overlaps with Event 3, then its also a 2
For Event 3 in its whole duration only overlapped with Even 1 and Event 2, one at a time so its maximum overlaps where only 2.
And that's what I'm using so far to determine these amounts but since is a simulation, I would end up with several data from each run and this method would be too long. That's why I would need this template to paste data for each run (15 days) and obtain my results faster.
How do I enter a formula in excel 2010 that will give the total amount of times each number is in this group. Example : how many times (total) the number 12 showed up , how many times the number 27 showed, and so on for each number that is in the entire group of numbers, from 1 to 80 .
Here is the page I will copy and paste into a workbook sheet from the internet that i want to evaluate the times each number was called.
Very new to all this , I am a bit aged and need not to learn excel A to Z, just need to know what correct statements /formulas have to be entered to do what i desire.
I am only interested in the total count of the small bold numbers 1 to 80, each single digit 1 to 9 and double digits 10 to 80 will be in their separate cells. The large bold three digit numbers and dates/times will have to be erased (manually) before the calculation takes place.
I'm putting together a workbook which tracks operating hours for 17 pieces of equipment (units) at 7 job sites.
I need to track and record the number of hours where at least two of units 1-6 operate simultaneously each month.
So far I have only succeeded in creating another table which pulls all records for units 1-6 from the Log. The table can then be sorted by date (for some reason, this sorting only kind of works) so simultaneous operating hours can more easily identified and summed manually.
I'll attach a workbook with mock data which shows what I have so far. The complete workbook also does some other calculations which I have removed for clarity. That is why there is some "extra" info in the workbook.
The workbook is set-up where: LOG: This is where the user records when each unit was operated. LOG2: This is where I've attempted to isolate records for units 1-6 and sum simultaneous operating hours. Factors+Limits: This is where the fields for the lists are stored as well as other factors used throughout the workbook. Monthly: I'd like to be able to records simultaneous operating hours here.
how can I detect the OS of the computer a sheet is running on and launch a macro accordingly?
I have built a calculator that utilizes an embedded wave file but doesn't work correctly with Vista. With Vista it actually causes WMP to be launched instead of just playing the file. So I was hoping to be able to skip the sound on Vista machines but play for all other OS's.
I need to create a macro that inserts a row on a selected cell on a worksheet then performs the following function on 5 different worksheets. The worksheet names are "MD Forecast", "ED Forecast", "MB Forecast", "PW Forecast", and "RV Forecast".
The code I need ran on the worksheets is:
If possible, the row that is initially inserted would be the row that the code needs to be performed on. The function of the code above is to copy everything on the inserted row and 300 rows below, paste one row below the new row, and finally clear the contents of the inserted row. The column range for this to be done to is I:BH.
I am currently working on doing some operating lease schedule. I send the info to the field and people fill out the information such as the term of the lease and payment. Then I need to review the terms of the lease and if the term is after 8/31/09 then the lease is classified as long term thus I need to compute the payments until the lease expires. Currently this process is done manually and people have to go and calculate payment by payment which just makes it hard for me to review all the spreadsheets that we get. In the past this process takes about three days to review but I know there is a faster way.
I am attaching what I have created and I put some comments in the worksheet to better explain.
I am trying to set up an IF formula for real estate operating costs. I am guessing that this is going to work best with an IF statement.
(Sample of the spreadsheet is attached)
I know this is wrong but it expresses what I am trying to do. =IF(C5="Gross",B10=following year of B9 with month/Day being 1/1), if not B10=the folling year of B9 with same month/day)
1Cell C5 can either be Gross or Net from a drop down list. 2Cell B9 lists 3/1/2008 3If cell C5 is gross, cell B10 should be the following year from cell B9 but with starting with 1/1/??? As the month and day(year start). B11 would then be the following year from B10 (following month/day pattern). 4If Cell C5 is NET, cell B10 should be the following year from cell B9 using the same month and day 3/1/????
I am trying to send bulk emails from my excel 2010 - however I am getting a POP UP. find the screen shot in the enclosed word document So every time a new mail is sent from excel we need to press the button allow Is there a way where I can turn off this warning.
I have created a macro in excel 2010 which enable the file to save (extract) data into separate location and name. The vba code for macro is as follows: Question: How can I save this workbook with reference to the value containing in cell B2? (it is named temporary now - as defined in the code)
Recorded macro. The hope is to insert a excel formatted table a set number of times. I have found a loop code that references a Cell A1 and repeats that amount of times. So if A1= 10. There should be 10 tables inserted. However on the second time there is a fault with the table name. I need the name to change each time the loop is run. ie Table1, Table2, Table3 etc up until the loop stops (A1 contents).
I am using excel for windows 2010. The macro that i have so far is below.
Sub LoopTest() Dim n Dim V Range("A1").Select V = ActiveCell.Value
keep getting "The formula you typed contains an error".
To calculate a person (or anything else) age you basically subtract his date of birth from today's date. However which date functions to use depends on the amount of precision and the output format you want.
3. If we want his age in years and months, then we can use a formula like this one: =INT((TODAY()-A1)/365.25) & ” years and ” & INT(MOD((TODAY()-A1)/365.25;1)*12) & ” months”
The output of this formula will be as follows: 40 years and 2 months.
I change A1 to G3 because that is where I the birth date.