I have column of cells containing entries such as V1, V3 and V7. I'm trying (and failing) to come up with a formula to separate the numbers from the letters and add them together: V1, V3 and V7 would together give 11.
I can use the MID worksheet function to separate my numbers from my letters on a row-by-row basis, but I can't work out how to do the whole thing in one fell swoop. =SUM(MID(A1:A10,2,2)) doesn't work, for example.
I am using a spreadsheet as a score sheet for a competition. One of the columns is the student's GPA. After entering all the scores there are duplicate final scores. I need a way to have it look at the final score and then use the GPA so that it will not put a duplicate value in the final column.
al Column N is the Total Column, Column O has the Names that correspond to the Total Column. Currently I am taking this total and putting it into Column Q (High Scores) in high to low order. Column R should have the names that match the scores. But with duplicate scores, it is only putting the first name associated with the score. I would like to use the GPA as a final determining factor for the duplicate scores. The higher GPA would come before a lower GPA. I have tried to put an additional column to bring the GPA over to correspond with the High Scores Column, but could not get it to work.There are actually more names for the competition and the top 10 will be moved to a different sheet and further judged. I have attached a sample with the exact formulas that I am using.
I have several lines with text strings containting three numbers in each line. I need a code to extract all three numbers from each text string. The numbers can be placed on the following columns in each row.
I'm looking for a way to extract the data after the first space in a string to after the first set of numbers (always 8 digits). The formula I'm using is not accurate since the number of words that appears between the first space to the first set of numbers changes.
I have a mass of data which look something like this:
and I require the ranges of reference numbers to be listed in a column one above the other, which requires inserting new rows. I also need the date & description columns copied down into the newly inserted rows.
So basically for example I would want the top row to now read:
and then apply the same procedure to the other ranges below this.
What i'm trying to do is i would like to compile in 1 column all duplicate values from multiple cells.
ex. A1 to 10 is numbered 1 to 10 respectively, B1 to B10 is numbered 6 to 15 respectively. which means in A1:B10 the duplicate values are 6,7,8,9,10. i could like these number to show automatically in C1 to C5.
=IF(SUM('SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC)=0,SUMPRODUCT('SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC, 'SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC,'SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC), SUMPRODUCT('SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC,'SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC, 'SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC,'SL-001 - AT-001-001'!RC:RC)) *'SL-001 - AT-001-001'!R992C*R3C9 and I would like a macro that will extract the numbers between each instance of the letters R and C , i.e. 852, 856, 826 etc etc. in cells A2, A3, A4 respectively.
i have a macro that copies info from cell in row A and uses that info to name the whole row, now if the name has a space between the words it uses _ (underscore) substition so i don't get an error (when row name is defined - you can't use any special characters or spaces) i was wondering if anyone can help me to add "-" besides the space
here is the macro Sub Macro1() Dim a As Long For a = 1 To Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row Cells(a, 100) = Application.WorksheetFunction.Substitute(Cells(a, 1), " ", "_") ActiveWorkbook.Names.Add Name:=Cells(a, 100), RefersToR1C1:="=Sheet1!R" & a Next a End Sub
Adding some additional code to prevent someone from saving the workbook under a different name. Currently if someone tried to enter data after the allotted time period, it would allow them to in any "unlocked" cells. When exiting or trying to save the file with this new data, they will get a message stating something to the effect that this is a read only file would you like to save as another name, which would allow the user to circumvent what I'm trying to accomplish. The end result would be they'd need a new spreadsheet.
I need to extract all instances of words that have format xnnnnnn, where x is an alpha character (letter of alphabet, to be precise) and nnnnnn are numbers. The words could something like u435586. The problem is I do not know how many instances of these words are in the string. The entire string is contained in a cell. A sample string could be something like:
I've found several posts about returning variable substrings that dealt with one or two spaces, but I have not been able to find anything that is for multiple spaces. The number of characters before the substring will remain constant.
Income from transmission agreement - 83 subs @ $0.44
In this case I need to extract: 83
Income from transmission agreement - 10,312 subs @ $0.50
Instead of having the goals and objectives already in the form I would like to have buttons that would allow my clinicians to add as many goals and objectives as they'd like to the attached treatment plan. I'd like them to be able to click a delete button as well when they review the plan and need to delete a goal that's been met. When my team clicks into the second worksheet they would see rows 10-16 (below). They would then type a STG 1 and an Obj A. They then would click the Add Obj button and add as many objectives that they needed. Then when they clicked the add goal button a blank copy of rows 10-16 (including the Add Obj button) would pasted one row down and would update to read STG 2. Neither of these buttons would appear when the document printed.
Here is a screen scrape of what I'd like the attached form to look like before goals and objectives are added.
The original form is saved in an .xltm format but I saved it in an .xlsm format so I could upload it here.
HCT ITP (2-25-14) Abbr.xlsm
I found a thread on this forum that came close to answering my question but my attempts to pull out the coding that I needed was unsuccessful. Here's a link to the thread: [URL] ........
I a simple macro below that loops through columns and copies a value from each column. The columns to loop through are specified in cells F2,F3,F4 which contain numbers indicating the column number (currently 1, 4 and 7).
Sub Testing() 'For i = 2 To 4 Cells(6, i).Copy Range("h100").End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).Select Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False Next i End Sub
However, I would like to specify the column numbers in one cell instead across multiple cells. So, for example in cell H2 I could specify each column number separated by a comma i.e. H2 would show: 1,4,7
Is there a way I could get the macro to reference that once cell only for the column numbers instead of in separate cells as currently? I'm assuming I need to use some clever text functions to extract each column number from the cell based on the comma delimiter and then feed into the macro?
I would like to be able to use VBA to add a total amount from different worksheets. What I have attached is a copy of my workbook. It is a blank PO and at the bottom is the word total. Is there any way that I could use VBA or an add in to be able to sum the numbers that are adjacent to the word total on separate worksheets?copy.xlsm