I have a pivot table the has a listing of potential customers and I have included meeting dates in this table. The problem that I have is that the Grand total adds up all the dates and I have a total that doesn't make sense.
I want to hide the total for the 'Date Meeting Setup' column and keep it for the others. Can this be done??
I have several files that are alike except that some have a different number of worksheets ion them.Some may have 12, some have 30. I need a macro or code that I can put in each file on the last sheet that will calculate the totals of L25 of each sheet (All Sheets) and put the Grand Total in the last sheet on cell M25.
Again,Some of the files have more sheets than the other , but I'd like the code to total L25 of all sheets, regardless of how many there are and put the Grand Total on the last sheet in cell M25.
I have 2 combo box: the first one is called combo box1 and the 2nd one is called combo box2. I simply want whenever a name is selected from combo box1; i want a Grand Total to be selected automatically from Drop Down box2. I have several names in the Combo Box2 and Grand Total is always the last. So note that the list of names in Combo Box2 is dynamic and they keep changing all the time. I have attached a sample for more details.
I am building a Pivot table and I need to show ONLY the Grand totals at the end of the table. In the example below I want to show only Total volume Stage movement at the end and not the subtotals in the columns.
I started a pivot table for our budget and on the left side I have the account names and about 4 columns of applicable account codes to which I turn on and off when needed. On the right side I have all the budget numbers divided by quarter and halfs. On the right side, I can drop any list of numbers and it does the sum but for some reason, when I drop my 4th quarter numbers, it gives me a count and not sum. How do I change it to sum?
Second problem: I have grand totals number going down the columns meaning I have a sum of all my 1st Quarter numbers but I do not have them going across each line on row. How do I add that?
Third problem: I forgot a list of account codes to be put on the left, how can I add it?
Is it possible to adjust a cells' column width without the whole column width changing? EXAMPLE...I'm looking to lock rows 1-41 at certain column widths and change the column width as needed from rows 42 and below.
As you can see in attached file (hopefuly you can see it) pivot table Summed sales in 2014 and 2013 in column GRAND TOTAL. Insted of summing this two years, I would like to show difference between them, but keep this layout!
Import Financial System -Recaps Trial BalanceFrom Date:31-Jul-2011,To Date:27-Aug-2011, Requested By:Jenny Drumm,30-Aug-2011 9:28 AMAge Range: 0 - 30, No. of recaps: 231 Broker File NumberAgeVendor/Co/DeptFirstBankAssistsFRTBRODTYLoadsInvInvClaimsGL AcctTRUETRUEBalanceCostFeeRecptsAdjRecptsROE VarLC Var
There are more age groups, & some groups have hundreds of lines. Each of the total line in the report has a number plugged in by the system, which, because of rounding, may be off by several cents. I figured out how to move the rows with Broker File Numer, etc & the row after it up above the first Age Range.
What I need to do next is:Delete all rows between "Age Range: ....." and the start of that range's data.Delete all blank rows between "Totals" and the next "Age Range: ...."Delete 5 rows after "Grand Total"Put a formula in the row immediately above each age range's "Totals" for each column, summing all the data for that column, in that age range. (Hopefully with the word Total in column B of that row, too)Put a formula in the row immediately above the "Totals" after "Grand Total" that adds together each of the Age Range totals.(I did figure out how to get the "Balance" cell in each row to sum that row going right to left, so at least I got a start! For that I'm using
LR = Range("C" & Rows.count).End(xlUp).Row With Range("R10:R" & LR) .NumberFormat = "#,##0.00_);[Red](#,##0.00)" .HorizontalAlignment = xlRight .VerticalAlignment = xlTop .FormulaR1C1 = "=IF(ISNUMBER(RC3), Sum(RC5:RC17), " & Chr(34) & Chr(34) & ")" End With
I have a column in my pivot table with values that are formatted as percents. I am trying to make the grand total reflect the average of all values in the column, but it keeps showing a sum of all values.
Example: the values in the % column are 90%, 100%, and 110%. I want it to show 100% (the average), but it is showing 300% (the sum)
I am using subtotals for a large spreadsheet showing various sales by person and area. I have sorted the data by area then by person and insterted subtotals. All columns are fine, except two. On two columns, the grand total displayed does not match the sum of the areas.
If I remove the subtotals and sum the columns, they are all correct. It is only when using the subtotal function that the error occurs, and only ever on these two particular columns.
Let's say I have a list of 200 customers with their business name in column A and their total 2011 purchases from my company.
How can I create a report to show the TOP 20% based on sales to grand total.
Basically, of my total business last year... I want to see the top 20% of this customer list that contributed to my total business.... and so on... to show top 40%, top 60%, etc. So, did 5 customers contribute to 20% of my total... or was it 10, 15?
Let's start with the above 1st.... but I want to also know if I can make this report (or maybe dashboard) dynamic? I'm pulling my sales from a database, and want to be able to refresh this report periodically throughout 2012. The list of customer will grow throughout the year too.
i have a problem regarding calculated field.. i have data of sales of a distributor with all the accounts that he handles.. i want to get the total number of buying accounts for that distributor..
buying account is an account that bought a specific product for at least one time... even the account buy 2 or 3 times more for that specific product the account is considered as 1 buying account..
i want to use a pivot table so i can manipulate the data.. first i tried to add an additional field to my data and put the formula "if(norbo_val>0,1,0)" where norbo_val is the total sales less the rejects. it means if ever an account have positive sales the account is considered as a buying account for that specific product. my problem is that when that account bought the same product for 2 or more times it sums all the times an account bought for that specific product..
so i decide to remove the field in my data and create a calculated field in the pivot table. i input the same formula to the calculated field and it gives me the correct result where if ever an account bought a specific product for at least one time regardless on how many times the account bought that same product, the account is considered as 1 buying account. the only problem i am encountering now is that the grand total is not summing up the total numbers of buying accounts if i list all the accounts. it seems the formula is affecting the grand total where it should add the total of buying accounts but instead using the formula of the calculated field so the result is only 1.
I have several competitors balance sheets (around 15), they all have the same structure, what i will like to do is summarize all this data into a pivot table to have a grand total but also be able to filter the data by single competitor.
I have tried to do multiple consolidation ranges, power pivot, pivot but i was unsuccessful, maybe i arranged the data wrong or im not using the right solution. im using excel 2013
I am trying to display data on a chart and dynamically change the items to display by manipulating the filters. What I cannot figured out is how to display the Pivot Table Grand Total column on the chart. This is the total that the pivot creates and there is no total field in the data. Hope this explanation I gave is clear.
For this ordering tool, I would like to calculate and present the grand total, starting from a fixed range of two columns (each 10 rows), where one has quantities, and the other has the price/unit. Since I'm not allowed to change the layout of the ordering sheet (we still fax orders...), I can not add a column for the subtotals. Also, not all rows are filled necessarily.
I had some success with this as a worksheet function: =IF(ISERROR(H30*I30);0;H30*I30)+..., but I would really like to have it as a part of a big VBA function, since colleages might alter/delete the worksheet formula.
I looked and messed around with For loops, but I can't make it work.
'Pivot Table Calculated Fields" - Below is my pivot table.
I need the pivot table to subtract 'February' sales figures from 'January' sales figures to get the difference (variance).
I know the following steps:
1) Click on the Pivot Table
2) Choose "Formulas"
3) Choose "Calculated Field"
4) In the "Name" field - type in the name that I want "Two Month Variance" (for example)
5)......then I don't know what to do
Sum of Quantitymonthsupplier idjanfebGrand Total 754466163150842519337568263901785022875682639410025035075682639500 75682639642523866375682639780012492049756826398209209756826399292292 756826400264264756826401178178757494037292292761034919209209867233456264264(blank) Grand Total245154236931
I needed to match the width a merged area of seven columns to a single column width (for row autofitting). Adding the column unit values and setting the single column to that value produced a significantly narrower width.
The documentation mentions that the column width unit is scaled to the font type and size and the absolute width is given in points.
This is set by the normal style setting in Excel Options or by VBA application.standardfontsize = 8 (in this case).
For instance, ten columns of Arial font 8 at 8.5 units you would think to be equivalent to a single column of 85 units. In points, the difference is 420 vs. 386.25, or 33.75 points.
Well, the standard character zero has a width at this setting of 4.5 points and 1 unit is 8.25 points, leaving 3.75 points for margins.
Then (10-1) margins allowances time 3.75 points resolves the difference.
Determining the margin allowances is straightforward, and reveals that the gradation with size is stepped by MS design. For instance, sizes up to 11 use 3.75 points for margins and increasing points for characters (except between 9 & 10). Sizes 12 through 18 use 5.25 points, 20 & 22 use 6.75, 24 & 26 use 8.25, etc.
I have created a table for this purpose, however I rarely use a "normal" other than 8, so I can probably use that set in programming.