Excel 2013 :: CF Entire Row If Cell Contains Formula

Feb 14, 2014

I need CF entire row if column D cells contains formula. All formulas starts with =, so I guess It should be worked around it, but I don't know exactly how. I Use excel 2013.

Sub Test() For Each Cell In Sheets(1).Range("J:J") If Cell.Value = "131125" Then

[Code]....

This works great except that it pastes formulas. I would like to paste values only. I've tried " PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False" and it gives me an error.

In Excel 2013 x64 (EN; CZ locale) I have this funny bug. I work on a large vba project and sometimes when I open it, every cell in every workbook that had default formatting now has this numberformat (shown as "Accounting")

its seems that this formatting is assigned to styles --> Normal and it just messes up everything (pivots, slicers...) and cannot(!) be undone.

I have made some routines to check for this error on workbook.open and workbook.close and I also have file versioning. I check for the error regularly on every worksheet change, but it never comes up, nor does it whenever I close the workbook, so Im having hard time detecting when it occurs.

Sometimes when I try to open the workbook its just all messed up. When I go trough the versions, couple of them back still has the error which means it was already saved with it.

All I could figure out so far is that it sometimes happens when I try to copy some cell and paste it elsewhere (but later it works fine)

I'm 99.9% sure that my code is not causing it by accident or purpose. Now I just found the problem on different workbook that might have been opened at the same time. If you're interested, have a look here [URL] ......

I'm making a Excel 2013 spreadsheet that has formula in a column that auto enters a number 1-40 when something is entered to the left of that cell. There are 300 rows in the spreadsheet. I would like to make a drop down list in a column cell to the right that would delete that number in that cell from the drop down list. For example cell C1 has 39, that 39 then is deleted from the drop down list. C2 has 22 in it, click on the drop down list cell and it shows 1-40 less 39 and 22.

I have a complicated spreadsheet with several columns. Some columns B, D, E, F, M come from calculations on other columns or are columns copied from other worksheets within the same workbook.

I have another column C which is generated entirely off a macro with no input from the user.

I insert a row at line 8 (see above). However its just a blankrow and the formula highlighted in E2 does not show in E8 but it does appear for E9. I'd need that formula to be in E8.

My dilemma is how to insert a row and have it copy the formula from too.

I'd like to avoid copying another row into it and editing data. Other thing to avoid is putting all new rows at the end of the spreadsheet if possible. Has to be in the middle of the existing table.

I have a list with different categories and several characteristics per category. My goal is to identify the 10 strongest growing characteristics (I guess by sorting them in descending order) and then show them in this order, but organized in the respective categories. e.g.: if "Psychographic">"Demographic" and "geographic" and "behavioralistic", then put "Psychographic, including its subordinated characteristics that are included in the top 10, first. Follow this order until all Top10 members are included.

using Office Professional Plus (2013). Within my spreadsheet, I have a series of progressive dates to be used in as a timeline. Ultimately, what I need to accomplish is that when I change one date, all the proceeding entries update according to my timeline criteria (in this case 3 weeks or 21 days). I created a SUM formula that worked but only calculated one time. Once the calculation completes, the cell drops the formula. I need this to be constant as the dates often change. How do I get the formula to maintain? Further more, is there a better method to accomplish the task at hand other than the SUM option?

My objective is to count the number of "Horizontal-Horizontal" entries in Column D for a specific value in Column C, BUT (and this is where I am lost), taking into consideration only unique values in Column A.

So, for the highlighted red entry in my spreadsheet sample below, there are 2 entries of Horizontal-Horizontal for Column C value A2961. BUT since, Column A entries for A2961 are duplicates, I want to return a value of 1. Hope this makes sense.

This is my formula that is working for the first part of the equation. I need to add something to it to condition the count based on unique values in Column A.

I need entering multiple arguments in an IF formula in Excel 2013. Here is the formula with just 1 argument.

=IF(SUM($G$4:G15)>3000,G15*0.8,0)

I need to combine it with the following.........

=IF(SUM($G$4:G15)>10000,sum($G$4:G15)-G15,0)

So to say, if the sum totals more than 3000 but less than 10000, then I want the cell value (G15) multiplied by 80% (.80). if it is greater than 10000, i want the sum minus 10000. If both arguments are false (sum totals less than 3000) then the value placed should be 0.

I've got general ledger information that I export out of my accounting software (see attached spreadsheet). From there, in another spreadsheet I do vlookup formulas to get information from this general ledger. However, in order for the vlookup formulas to work properly in the other spreadsheets, I have to go through this general ledger spreadsheet and manually enter just the first five numerical digits in column A for each Total row. I would like to be able to find a solution that would return just the first five characters of the category (column B found at the top of each section) into the cell in column A on each total row. I usually have to manually enter 50-100 of these many, many times a month so it gets time consuming after a while. I'm using Excel 2013.

I've got large set of data(Column E) for dates from 2007 to 2013(Column B). Here dates are in chronological order.(Attachement) Now I want to match the data in to dates in Column H. Here dates are in random order. I used =INDEX(E3:E40582; MATCH(H3;B3:B40582; 0)). But it doesn't work.

I send these kind of mails to intimate people about upcoming meeting, the format I prepare in Excel 2013 and paste it in Outlook 2013 (as a table, not as an image)

Now one of the columns I put as 'Days Remaining' which basically tells the users how many days are there to the review, the image below will show how it looks:

Now the numbers of days remaining will be correct the day I send the mail, but when somebody opens the mail at a later date, it would not sort of show the true number.

Is there a way to auto-update this number inside the Outlook mail, as it works in an Excel Sheet?

i am trying to remove the unknown character and extra space from the name. Though i use formula as trim or proper(trim), it is not removing the Unknown character / extra space. I have attached the few name as sample. Formula to remove these Unknown character / extra space, double space, special character from selected cell?

I'm using some workbook-scoped named formulas to define some dynamic ranges which will be referred to by numerous worksheets. The named ranges are defined like:

NAME: gTable_costDetailsEquipment REFERS TO: =globalParameters!$B$5:INDEX(globalParameters!$B$5:$C$1048576,1+countAdjacentNonBlank (globalParameters!$B$5,"down"),1+countAdjacentNonBlank(globalParameters!$B$5,"right"))

From either of the tabs "Reports" or "DOR_Template" the user can press the large "+" icon to add a report (which copies the template or the last report to a new sheet).

When this Sheet copy takes place, excel is repeating my named formulas - this time it's making LOCAL versions scoped to the newly made worksheet.

I've used this copy sheet trick before and have never had excel create new, locally scoped, named formula for each workbook level name.

I also just recently started using excel 2013, is this a problem with the new version? I've just never seen this problem, usually workbook-level names are NOT duplicated on sheet copy.

I have the the following spreadsheet: [URL] My formula in Columns A to E is the following:

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(Query1_2[@Branch],Master!A:J,10,FALSE)),"Branch Not Open",VLOOKUP(Query1_2[@Branch],Master!A:J,10,FALSE))

I would like to do the following in Column A: If the date in Column C is greater than today, then Column A must also say "Branch Not Open". I have tried the following:

=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP(Query1_2[@Branch],Master!A:J,10,FALSE)),"Branch Not Open",VLOOKUP(Query1_2[@Branch],Master!A:J,10,FALSE)),IF(C:C<=TODAY,"Branch Not Open, IF(AND(C:C=>TODAY,VLOOKUP(Query1_2[@Branch],Master!A:I,9,FALSE)))

In Excel 2013, there is a transition in the cell when values change. I have a DDE feed updating data every few seconds and the folding animation is distracting. Is there a way to turn this off?

I have attached a spread sheet with some code I recoded with macro recorder. I have been searching for some extra code to insert in the middle of the recorded code which will remove the first 5 characters from the active cell and past the result to the next page. I have seen a lot of relevant code but haven't been able to get any to work in my code.

The spreadsheet works in Excel 2000 when you open it in any newer version it is corrupted. Which is fine so we are rewriting it in Excel 2010/2013.

We have data in columns A:E which comes from the refreshable query. Data in F:I are different formulas based on the data from the query. The number of rows we get will vary from query to query. The headers never change just the data. How can we make it so that when no matter the data length the formulas will always autofill up or down depending on the data length?

what I need to do to update a folder full of files. There are 120+ .xls files in one folder, the merged cell A30-V38 needs to change its current text to "4th Quarterly Printer Preventative Maintenance".

I have zero prior knowledge of visual basic, and have Excel 2013.

I am trying to concatenate entries into one cell so that when uploaded, the comma-separated contents will be treated as tags. copperberry sample file.xlsxSee attached sample file. Wherever there is a 1 in a row, I want to take the column header text above that 1 and concatenate it with subsequent text in the cell at the end of the row. See sample end result in cell J2. I assume I need an IF statement, but I'm not sure how to phrase it to collect all the concatenations needed. There are 200+ rows.

I have created an Excel spreadsheet in 2007. When a friend opens the workbook in Excel 2013, It does not let him add data to the cells. ( just one column which is the "date" column) The worksheet is not locked or protected.

When I right-click on the column and goto format cells, protection, the box is ticked, but the note says this doesn't take effect unless the sheet is protected witch it isnt.

I am using Excel 2013. I have a spreadsheet that has a lot of very tall cells. When I use the scrollbar to scroll to certain parts of the spreadsheet it will automatically scroll up or down to the top of a cell. So if I want to view the middle of two tall cells that take up the whole screen it will automatically scroll up to the top of the highest cell that I'm currently viewing.

I just want to be able to scroll to where I want to scroll without Excel moving me up or down. I've tried to find answers on message boards but no luck.

I have a spreadsheet with a database query attached (refreshing every 60 seconds) showing a stock summary by product.

I need the spreadsheet to play a .WAV file when values change. i.e.;

If cell A1 <6, play sound1.wav If cell A2 <6, play sound1.wav If cell A3 <6, play sound2.wav If cell A4 <6, play sound2.wav

This may need to be repeated several times based on certain criteria. I have a total of about 30 cells which I need to be looked at individually (not a sum of) and to play the relevant sound.

I have seen different people try to tackle this in different ways. The ideal way would be creating alarms in VBA and triggering them using a formula, but I cannot get these to work in Excel 2010 or 2013.

I have been trying to make a macro to automatically calculate the quantity I need to increase or decrease our purchase orders.

example.jpg

As the On Hand quantity decreases I have set conditional formatting to determine how much we should order according to a percentage of the Stocking Level and turns the desired cell yellow. For each row the macro would need to identify which cell in columns L through O is yellow from conditional formatting, use that value and subtract the On Order quantity, then put the result in the Adjust PO Qty (+/-) column so I know how much to decrease the order if negative or increase if positive.

I have the following data set with about 500 rows. It has one large value in column A, followed by a number between 1 and 24 in column B.

I am trying in Excel 2013 to develop a formula that will: divide A by the value in cell BPlace in cell C, D, E, F... the result of this division, where the number of times the value is repeated depends on the value in B. E.g.

Example of source values/data set: A B

18504 18

2011 2

23694 24

(about 500 rows more)

An example of the output result that I am looking for: A B C D E

2011 2 1,005.5 1,005.5

In above example, the value in column B is 2, so the result of the division of value A with value B is repeated twice. In case value B would be 18, the value would be repeated 18 times...

I have been trying to do this in Excel for more than 2 hours, but I did not manage to complete it.