I have a bar graph in excel 2010 and the vertical access is stuck in the middle of the graph. When I right click on the axis and select "format axis" I have an option to set where the horizontal axis crosses but never the vertical.
I have made a chart in Excel to show the half life of cells for a science project so it basically has days along the horizontal axis and percentage on a logarithmic vertical axis. However, the horizontal axis always appears at the top of the chart when I use a vertical log scale (if i dont use logs then its at the bottom where it should be). Is there any way i can move it to the bottom? i've tried everything i could think of under "format axis".
All I want to do is color the numbers on both the primary and secondary axis. Primary i want the shade of blue below. Secondary I want the shade of green below. Only the primary axis part of the code does its job. The secondary axis remains black. The code does complete without errors. Excel 2010.
sub color_axis() ActiveChart.Axes(xlValue).TickLabels.Font.Color = RGB(38, 40, 118) ActiveChart.Axes(xlSecondary).TickLabels.Font.Color = RGB(0, 153, 0) end sub
I need to underline certain cells based on the value of a cell in this case from column "E". Right now I run a macro to look at the value in each cell in column "E". THe macro then adds a certain amount of blank rows below the that row. So, if cell E1 has a 4, my macro runs a calculation that says 4 divided by 3, +2. So it would add 3 blank rows under row 1. It does this all the way down my column of data.
Now it gets tricky. To the right of column E, I have 6 blank columns, F,G,H,I,J,K. F,H, and J are spacer rows with no data. I need them blank with out any borders. Columns G, I, and K are the columns that I am wanting to add borders on the bottom of the cells based on the value in column E.
I need code to look at the value in E1, in this case 4, and add borders to 4 cells, in this case G1, I1, and K1 and then G2. If the value would have been 5, I need I2, 6 would add a border to K2 and 7 would add a border to G3. Catch my drift?
So, every cell in column E will not have a value because of me adding blank rows. So when there is a value, I need to add borders starting on the same row the value is in. At most, there will only be 3 underlined cells per row because of the format. Once the top row is filled, I need to drop down to the very next row.
I'm currently creating a workbook whereby I have (regrettably) highlighted entire columns and formatted these columns to show borders. The reason I did this was because drawing them in manually (I thought) would take much longer with the way the worksheet is laid out.
Obviously highlighting the entire column has meant that borders were drawn all the way down to the bottom row of the workbook, and so the vertical scroll bar cannot effectively be 'dragged' up and down as even a tiny movement will cause it to scroll right past the worksheet.
I have tried running a macro to clear contents and formatting for all the unused rows, but the scroll bar remains to be a pain.
I want the scroll bar to only scroll down to a few cells below the available work space like it should do.
find the attached excel 2010 file <Count LBP or UBP.xlsx>.
My requirement is if `LBO' is available (in Column A) then the formula should count the number of `LBP' available above the `LBO' upto the blank cell. If there is no `LBP' above the `LBO' then it should plot zero in Correponding Column B Cell. If 2 `LBP's available above the `LBO' upto balnk space it should plot `2' in Correponding Column B Cell.
As like `LBO' and `LBP' the formula should work for `UBO' & `UBP'. refer the attached excel file.
I want to add borders to a range depending on the value in the "a" column. Normally I want a left border in cell "a", a right border in cell "h" and bottom border in cells "a" to "h". However if the value in cell "a" is the same as the cell below I do not want the bottom border.
Cell "a" contains the names of customers using our facilities each day. Some customers use several facilities on the same day. I want the borders to encompass all facilities used by each customer per day e.g. range "a1:h8" might need bottom borders on all rows, because they are single customers using only one facility that day but ranges "a9:h11" would require bottom borders only on row 11, because that customer is using three of our facilities that day.
Set Rng = ActiveSheet.Range("a:h").SpecialCells(xlCellTypeConstants) change the Range to "a:h" and:- With .Borders(xlEdgeLeft) .LineStyle = xlContinuous .Weight = xlThin .ColorIndex = xlAutomatic End With With .Borders(xlEdgeRight)..........
In cell c34 Format condition 1 activates NOT condition 2.
In another cell, C13, condition 3 correctly operates; in this row A13 = A14. Condition 1 works i.e. the cells A1 and A2 are the same only cell A2 has the bottom border and if Cell A2 and A3 are different there is a bottom border in both cells. There must be something wrong with my formula in condition 2 but I can't see what; condition 2 is just condition 1 amd 3 amalgamated.
The condition 2 should read:
If the date is not a Saturday or Sunday in cell C34 and the time is before 18:00 hours in Cell D34 and the name in the "a" cell i.e. A34 does not equal the name in the "a" cell below this one i.e. A35 put in a bottom border and colour the cell yellow.
I am using the following macro to set print area which I found on the net. I am trying to modify it as I would also like to place a border line on the bottom row but cant find anything to assist me despite searching through several threads.
Dim myrange As String With ActiveSheet.Range("A:A") myrange = .Find(What:="*", After:=.Range("A1"), LookIn:=xlValues, LookAt:=xlPart, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlPrevious, MatchCase:=False).Address End With ActiveSheet.PageSetup.PrintArea = "$K$1:" & myrange End Sub
I'm having trouble getting the dates i want on the horizontal axis on a chart in Excel 2013. I want 12 dates along the axis starting at 01/01/2013 then each month until 1/12/13 however as you can see the dates are 01/01/1900.
I realize all the numeric data was originally not in percentage format (a simple division without being multiplied by 100). So when I set the vertical axis to percantage format, it does display it as a percentage but with the "%" sign. Is there any way I could get rid of the sign? It's not necessary as the axis has already been titled accordingly. I'd hate to redo all calculations, multiply by 100 and then create new charts only to get rid of the sign...
I have a spreadsheet with golfers handicaps, golfers names down the left in column A in rows 3-35. Row 2 has the event numbers titles 1 to 18 (18 events in a year). i need a graph that has the person as the vert axis and the horizontal axis needs to be the event numbers, so i can read down for the person and across to see how there handicaps change from each different event. i have attached the data below.
I have some numeric data that has to be put on a log chart. but there is no option for log charts. so i converted my data to log and then drew a chart but i am unable to edit the axis intervals and starting axis value. whenever i change the value it gets back to its default value,ie 1. can anyone tell me how to draw log chart or how to edit axis intervals and starting axis value?
I have been given a task to create a line graph who has 10 categories and each category has 5 different values. I need to plot a line graph, so that those 10 categories should appear on the Y-axis instead of X-axis.
I produced several charts in Excel 2007. They display just fine when using Excel 2007, but when we try to open it in our office computers (which uses Excel 2010), the Axis and Legend Labels simply vanish.I know there's these fixes for Excel 2007, deleting a buggy MS hotfix or installing the KB2597962 fix. But the problem is, I need it to display in our Excel 2010 computers.
I am looking for a creative way to display a pie chart within a data point marker of a line chart.
My database has 3 value columns, Type1, Type2 and the Total (Type1 + Type2) these are recorded per day (Date, in Column A)
I have a line chart that displays the total by date, but I want to find a way to display the percentage split of a particular day by type.
I was thinking to load the chart image into the Data point marker, but i don't think that is the best way as the data is updated daily and I would have to do it each day for a few line charts.
The other way I was thinking about was to have a generic Pie chat in the Line chart (Maybe in a corner) and the pie would update depending on way date series was selected or Mouseover'd)
the way that I am approaching it at the movement (Not the best way and by far not the coolest way. Is to have a list of all the dates in a column next to the Line chart and using some VBA, what ever date is selected in the column the pie chart displays the corresponding data. But eh challenge is that when there is alot of dates, I am going to be scrolling up and down.
I am using Excel 2010, but I cant not use the slicer's as the other users do not have 2010, they have 2007.
how to incorporate another category and value axis to my existing chart.
1. I need to add a rank axis derived from my data column (C6-C15). This column should rank from highest to lowest and create a tie if any number is repeated. I have arranged the rank column in cells B38:L38 as they would appear. I would like this to appear on the top or bottom of the bar graphs.
2. Second I need to add the frequency of hits which = 3 derived from cell J1 This should appear on the chart were it is currently titled. This should create another bar graph colored green and labeled 3.
3. Lastly the numbers axis can remain the same as it appears on the chart or if it would be better to align as shown in cells B43:L43.
I recently switched to Excel 2010 and have a rather peculiar problem.Every week I update a bunch of charts in different workbooks. By update, I pretty much mean just shifting the range over one column or down one row to incorporate newly added data.
So I right click the chart, select "Select Data", update all the Data series ranges and then I click on the Horizontal (Category) Axis Labels button "Edit" to update the Axis label range.
I do all that then press OK. The data series have updated, but the axis labels haven't. So then I do the procedure again for the Axis Labels, hit OK again and voila: It worked.
But I ALWAYS have to do this procedure twice. It will NEVER update the axis labels the first time around. Even though the little preview window below the edit button show the labels correctly.
We make many graphs using XYscatter charts with lots of data points using Excel 2003 with the horizontal scale properly scaled as frequency. I have been asked to label that axis in some way as period (=1/frequency) without changing the scaling for the data plot. Is there a suitable way to do this? It would be OK to just change the axis numbers to 1/frequency computed from them automatically. Is Excel 2010 any easier for this?