Excel 2013 :: Formula To Auto Delete Number In Dropdown List When Number Appears In Another Cell
Apr 27, 2014
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 want to count the number of times any given number appears either as a consecutive group or singularly.
To give you a context I monitor windturbines and for any given fault code I wish to count the number of events it occurs in a month. Now it could be for 1 hour then clear the next then back for 17 then claer again. That would be 2 events!
I have a sheet which details specific card numbers in Column A, and the date and place of transaction in the Column B. This very long list contains multiple entries for each card number. What I would like to do is use Sheet2 to list each card number and the number of times it appears in the list.
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
(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.
the number of days when there were 0 cases the number of days there was 1 case the number of days when there were 2 cases. As yet there are no days in which there were more than 2 cases but there might be in the future.
I have a list of dates when operations took place in that room. On some days the it was not in use, so those dates don't appear in the list. Some days there was 1 case, so that date appears once in the list. On some days there were two cases, so that date appears twice in the list.
What I've done so far is create a pivot table that contains all the dates, then grouped it by day and counted the number of times there was 1 or 2 cases in a day by hand, then subtracted the total to get the days when there weren't any cases.
I've tried everything I know (which isnt that much to be honest. lol). Ive tried the frequency formula but that doesn't work the way I want it - I think its probably the wrong formula to use. I've also tried a pivot table but they always vex me. If a pivot table IS the way to go, could someone talk me through it step by step? (*the wizard is just as confusing as doing it yourself I find) ....
I have a 2007 Excel spreadsheet (saved as .XLS) with worker names in column A and error types in column B. Column B can have multiple entries (which are sometimes duplicative of each other) separated by a hard return.
What I need to do is run tallies to determine the number of errors by type for each person, counting the value every time it appears, even if it is more than once in a particular cell. The ultimate goal is to generate a formula to track the number of occurrences for all error types types for the person in Column A (i.e. one formula each to track ABC's Procedural errors, ABC's Technical errors, ABC's Admin errors, DEF's Procedural, etc) though ideally I just need a formula to calculate any one of those and I can edit it to get the rest. Here's a sample screenshot:
The COUNTIFS formula is where I started but that only seems to count cells with the value as opposed to occurrences of the value. I did find this formula in my searches but it doesn't seem to work:
I have tried applying the same logic to another formula where I wanted to Also count the number of times “Not Stated” and “In Progress” are shown. However when I do I am receiving a ‘0’ number in return. The formula I wrote was:
I have the catalog #s of some products in column A, and I have the brand in column B, Product name in Column C, and the model # in Column D. I want to create a formula that if I select the catalog # it should autopopulate the brand in column B, product name in column C and the model # in column D!!
And I have the brand/product & model # in a different sheet!!
My Excel 2007 has "auto complete with a drop down list". When I type in the first character, a drop down list appears listing all the entries in that column tha start with that character. I click on one of the entries and the cell is "auto completed" with that entry. Sure is handy. I try to find that functionally in Excell at work, Office Professional 2010, and no bueno for kaki.
I am building a spreadsheet for contractors to use to submit home rehab bids. I am using a Windows 8 and Excel 2013. How to assign a monetary value to a number/quantity.
For example, when the contractor indicates 2 toilets need to be replaced and 1 toilet needs to be repaired, I would like to assign the value of $300 to replace a toilet and $150 to repair. Ultimately, I would like the 2 and the 1 to be automatically totaled to read as $750 in the total line at the bottom of the table.
Our company has a shipping report spreadsheet that has the job number in column A and the ship date in column F. I want to track other things on a separate spreadsheet. So far, we are only down to row 1440 so in order to account for future jobs, my code on the other spreadsheet is:
Also, the jobs are arranged by ship date, not by number order.
This has worked perfectly for months but for some reason, it will no longer recognize job numbers greater than 1331. The format is the same between the working and non-working cell. Is there a max limit for vlookups that I am not aware of? If this was a sudden failure, I could nail it down but there has to be an underlying reason I'm not seeing.
Here is a sample of my spreadsheet: Ship Date 1325 12/27/13 1326 3/10/14 1327 1/4/14 1328 1/31/14 1329 3/3/14 1330 1/22/14 1331 1/15/14 1332 #N/A 1333 #N/A 1334 #N/A 1335 #N/A 1336 #N/A 1337 #N/A 1338 #N/A 1339 #N/A 1340 #N/A
When setting up a Direct Debit There are 3 options, the 7th, 17th and 27th. I've put these into a drop down list. I need this list to be slightly dynamic. I must allow 10 working days from the date of the arrangment before I can apply the DD.
To explain further. If someone were to want to set up a DD and spoke to me today. If they then requested the DD be taken on the 7th, I wouldn't be able to set it up until the 7th of December as 10 working days are required. I'd like the list to reflect this. I can do it in OO with a simple if / switch but excel is a strange creature and I'm not sure how to approach the problem.
From that I think I also need to calculate the number of weeks remaining in the current financial year. I think I should be able to do this by using the Today() function and some maths.
I am trying to do 2 things involving data validation. 1) Count the number of entries in a data validation dropdown list and display a result. 2) Use an If statement to pull the formatting from a cell into another cell.
An example would be if Cell A1="A", then show the drop down list associated with cell or sheet "!ryanB2". Alternatively, I would like to also display the number of entries in the drop down list.
-on cleaner.xlsx[Sheet1], the list is within J11:J25, there might be a blank cell within that range as shown above -Record Validator.xlsx[Sheet1], the list is within J3:J120 -Square brackets above represent the column letters and row numbers.
I'm trying to create an autoupdating price list using a part number and a website. I've tried Excel's data import wizard.
Website: WebFLIS - Public Search Sample data Category Chaplain Kits Item Chaplain's Kit, Consumable NIIN 9925-01-326-2855
Price $276.94 Description Also called the ReSuppply Kit
VBA Code that allows me to automatically open the page.
Dim IE As Object Sub submitFeedback3() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Set IE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application")
Ideally, I'd like to click a button that says "Update Prices" and it will search WebFlis for the NIIN listed and update the price. I have 717 items on my list so updating would be by click only (I think I can write that portion).
If that is not an option, I'd like to be able to click on each item row (think hyperlink) and be able to see the results for that individual item.
------ A ------------------- B John123@gmail.com--------Blue Bill323@gmail.com ---------Red Sue223@gmail.com -------Green Sue223@gmail.com -------Yellow Bill323@gmail.com ---------Red Bill323@gmail.com --------Yellow John123@gmail.com ------Yellow Sue223@gmail.com --------Blue
- C --------------- D --- John ------------Blue, Yellow Bill --------------Red, Yellow Sue------------Green, Yellow, Blue
I am using Excel 2013 on Windows 7. In the above example columns A & B is the given list to process, and Columns C & D contain the result I am trying to achieve. The major part of this that I am having trouble on combining, separating them with commas in another cell, and ignoring a duplicate value. You can see bill has two red values, but I only need it displayed once in column D.
I am using Excel 2013/365 on a Windows 7 OS. Recently (today) I added a command button to a worksheet, opened the properties window and tried to change the Backcolor property. When I clicked on the dropdown arrow no list appeared, it highlighted the default in the designated area. I then tried the Forecolor property - same response. I tried all the other dropdown arrows and they worked perfectly. To me I believe I may have inadvertently hit a key to disable these two color property dropdown arrows
I am creating a custom autonumber in excel. The autonumber will be based on the value of another cell's value. So for eg, in cell A1 will look at B1, if B1 has the number 1, A1 will take B1 and add the autonumber to it, eg a, b, c.
If within, b5 the number is 2. So if the number in the corresponding row in b changes, the autonumber must restart.
I've decided to go with a-z for the autonumber as i realized for .1, .2, .3 is limited to 9 values in the list bec. 1.10 may be read as 1.1
I've tried a few options such as creating a named range, however the problem is getting the autonumber to restart.
Below is what i want to achieve via excel formula:
I am using Excel 2013. I have an autofilter turned on for the columns in the spreadsheet. When I click on the filter button at the top of a column, the filter values do not have any check boxes next to them so I can't check any values. how to fix it so that it has checkboxes? I've attached a screen shot.