I am trying to extract some data from a cell leaving the rest of the cell untouched.
I would like to extract C:UsersDanMusicIan MusicKaraokeKaraokeBob Marley & The Wailers - Jammin'.mp3 from the cell leaving Bob Marley & The Wailers - Jammin'.mp3 in the. I have to do this to 3000+ rows.
I am trying to search through column "I" for numbers that are decimals, when the first decimal is found, use the row number that the first decimal appears in the string that populates the bookmarks stored in a word template I have created. The code I have so far checks for the decimal and then populates the bookmarks, however it requires me to input the ranges manually, meaning I can set them as the first row in my tabel. But if the decimal appears in the second row and not the first I'm bookmarking the wrong data. Here is the code I have so far;
I basically I have a column with numbers. All the numbers are positive integers. What I like to do is have a VBA function that extracts the integers with the largest number of digits. So for example if we have the following column:
So basically we search for largest number of digits, and extract the numbers that fit this category, which could be just one number or multiple numbers.
I am trying to write the following statement in a cell in excel lets say O3 so I can drag it down to the rest of the column, I was trying to see if there was a previous posting about this but I didn't find it. the if statement goes like this:
=IF(M3=Sheet3!$B$2,Sheet3!$C$2,IF(Sheet1!M3=Sheet3!$B$3,Sheet3!$C$3,IF(M3=Sheet3!$B$3,Sheet3!$C$3,....until it reaches to if(Sheet3!$B$20,Sheet3!$C$20,"PENDING"))
Is there a way I can do this I know probably through a VBA but I have no idea how to set it up.
I have part of this routine working correctly. It will go and find the value I need and move to the next column using the Offset method, but now what am I doing wrong to try and get the code to select to the end of the current column?
Sub Find_First() Dim FindString As String Dim rng As Range 'FindString = InputBox("Enter a Search value") FindString = Worksheets("Template").Range("A26").value If Trim(FindString) <> "" Then With Sheets("Service Level Score Paste Sheet").Range("A:A") Set rng = .find(What:=FindString, _ After:=.Cells(.Cells.Count), _ LookIn:=xlValues, _ LookAt:=xlWhole, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, _ SearchDirection:=xlNext, _ MatchCase:=False) rng.Select...........................
I've a table of historical members status list. with this table, I could track each member status history, since the beginning they become a member.
Here is the short of table
Name Member Status Date
Adel New Member 1-Jan-14
I expect to use Pivot table to show how many people which are still "New Member" and/or "Junior Member" up to now. From the table above, there should be: only one person who still as New Member. because it is only Smith, and only two people with Junior Member. they are Adel and Jhon.
I've search around and found the following useful link, viewing only the last date in a pivot table for each user also A quick way to return the latest date in a subset in Excel
How to know the last status of each user (each member in my case).
I have about 10,000 rows of product descriptions that I need to split. I don't want to cut and paste all 10,000 of those. Here is an example of how they look now(all in one column and I added red to show what I want to CUT):..........
I would like to cut the text in red and paste into the next column over. Is there an easy way to do that? Something like: -find the first digit in the cell and select that and everything to the right in that cell -then cut and paste that in the next column.
I have a column of words in Column A and I want to replace all the times that these words appear in the rest of the excel sheet with the words in Column B. If someone has already answered a similar problem link me to the thread because I can't find anything.
I have a cell with seven conditional formatting formula rules that I now want to copy to the rest of the column. I can copy/paste special/formats one cell at a time but if I try to to this with a group of cells, (or try using the format painter), it treats the formula references as absolute, even though they aren't shown as absolute in the rules manager. Am I missing something? Using 2007.
I am working with a spreadsheet generated from software that keeps track of fuel usage for a large fleet of vehicles. The data comes out looking like the snapshot below.
I am trying to get the data into a more convenient format for analysis. I need a macro that will:
1) Take the text "Product summary for vehicle ID 0000****", extract the last 4 digits of the text, and paste it where the 1 is under the Product heading (a10). Those digits are the actual fleet number, and I need to separate them out from the rest of the text. The digits will change for each vehicle, so the macro should just move down the spreadsheet doing the same thing for each instance (the setup you see is repeated for every vehicle).
2) Once the first goal is accomplished, I would like the macro to then go back through and delete every row except for the rows with the pertinent data in them. So this means I would only want one row per vehicle and all rows would line up directly below each other like demonstrated below.
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 would like a macro to find the columns named "apple" and "peach" and delete them. These would always be in row 1 but would always be in different column letters which is why I want the macro to simply find these columns by their name and not by their column letter.
And yes, I do mean the entire column altogether, shifting entire columns to the left. Wipe it off the face of the earth
I'm working on an inventory spreadsheet that includes a user form to gather the data, inputs that into a new row and then I can't get the formula that counts the total inventory to include the newly inserted information.
I know the last Range statement and MyCount are off, but that's my stab at it to try and show you what I want it to do. I want it to count the number of rows between G8 and the end and use that number to modify the cell that has the simple =sum(G8:G-whatever the last number is minus 1 - since the very last row is the one where the sum formula is)
I wanted to return the second number in a string such as this:"0 of 0 jobs ... View all jobs"
The following worked perfectly:=MID(U3,FIND("f", U3)+1,LEN(U3)-FIND("f", U3)-23)
Until this line came up:"1 of 1 job ... View all jobs"
Obviously the "jobs" changed to "job" because of there being only 1, so the "-23" no longer worked. I need this to get the second number out of the string and it can change because the data is being refreshed from a website so it could easily change from one line to another.
It's for listing items to eBay. Ink Toners to be precise, the macro I have creates everything I need for a listing with a few msg prompts and importing data from another sheet. Saves me hours of work. Each cartridge has a Black, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow. The macro works fine for cartridge sets that go under one name. E.g: Brother TN325 Black, TN325 Cyan, TN325 Yellow... etc.
I've run into an issue with some cartridges which have different names: HP C530a Black, C531a Cyan, C532a Yellow...
I set the macro up to deal with different number, by removing the last character of the "tonername" string "C530", then replacing it with "C531".. etc.
What I haven't factored in is the ones with an A on the end. I need a way to tell it to ignore the a if there is one.
To make it clear, I will be inputting the text: C530a From this, I need to create 3 more strings: C531a, c532a and C533a
Here's the snippet of code I'm using to achieve what I'm already doing.
I would like to know if its possible to extract just the even/odd pairs from a number.
Exp. I have the number 123 in cell A1, and would like to extract the even/odd pair, which in this case would be 13, the cell A2. I would like to be able to do this without the use of "Isodd" or "iseven" functions.
I would like to know if it is possible to extract just the number of a row from a range. for instance range("c5") would give a row number of 3. Its probably simple but its evading my attmept to work it out.
I have a considerable amount of long text data in column A( thousands rows) and I need to extract all the car number plates in each cell of the near columns ( B,C,D..as many as necessary - one result per cell; the car number plates mainly match one of these formats :
BC06UTA ( two letters/two digits/three letters), BC068UTA( two letters/ three digits/three letters) CA7845XC ( letter,letter/4digits/letter/letter), B042068 ( letter/six digits), BC042968 ( two letters/six digits), CAA001 ( three letters/three digits) and AK1234AB ( two letters/four digits/two letters).
The number of the possible results is variable from 1 to 10
I would need also to have the possibility to edit the "matching car number plate format" if other formats will be identified (letters/digits/letters)
Basically each car number plate starts with a space and ends a space .