Formatting / Display - Field Not Display 0 If It Is Empty On WHITE Sheet
Mar 14, 2013
I have attached the spreadsheet for reference. All other sheets pull information from the WHITE sheet.
I want the columns for unit price, discount and total to be set to two decimal places but I also don't want it to show anything if the field has a 0 value (so if i only have a few items I don't get lots of o's).
To get the field to not display a 0 if it is empty on the WHITE sheet I have been using "0;-0;;@" which I found on the net. If I use this then it negates the two decimal places.
formula to tell me 9 values. These values are on 9 separate tabs/worksheets. They are always at the bottom row in a specific column - but the row changes every week. I have a totals tab in this workbook. I would like to stop manually going to each tab and pressing Control+End to see the total and manually going back to the totals tab to enter the value. Is there a formula to find these 9 values automatically and display them on my totals tab?
I am trying to display text in the value field within a pivot table. I do not want a count or any number to display. What I am basically trying to create is a weekly schedule for nurses, with the dates on the top and times along the side, with "call type" and client as the text data to display with the value field.
I have attached an excel file with all the data on Sheet 1 and my attempt at a pivot table on Sheet 2. Perhaps there is some way to write a macro to display the data in a similar fashion, without using a pivot table?
I have a table of data which I am analysing in a Pivot Table. For the majority of the data, the Pivot works very well: however I have a small issue, but it subsequently means the Pivot is useless.
Within the table array that I am referring to, there is a column of data of "Days per employee for a given period". The rows of data within the table array relate to every absence entry per employee, but this final column of data always contains the same figure (although can differ from employee to employee).
When I put the data into the Pivot, I can summarise the absence(s) as a simple sum. However, this final column of data should not be summed, since it is already the sum figure.
This figure though needs to be part of the Pivot, since I need to report on the percentage of absence days per type over the given period. So, the simple representation of =absence day(s)/worked days does not work... well I cannot get it to work. Additionally I have tried features like % of, but nothing.
I am using this code to display a message when a range is empty on workbook save. Case "A" gives an error when referring to a range, the second case works fine. How can I change it?
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean)Select Case Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("B6").ValueCase "A" If Worksheets("Sheet2").Range("D104:D109").Value = "" Then MsgBox "Cells cannot be empty!" Exit SubCase "B", "D", "F" If Worksheets("Sheet2").Range("D112").Value = "" Then MsgBox "Cells cannot be empty!"Case ""End SelectEnd Sub
Im trying to find a formula that when a cell is empty ie this cell is linked to another cell on another worksheet and info has not been entered or is 0 then i want the cell to display the the current date ie =NOW()
I have a spreadsheet and in column D, I have look up formula which looks up value from another tab. What I want to do is if the look up finds #N/A or blank cell. There should be a message box appear warning that all the cells in column D might not be updated properly.
I would like to render it into something like this: TZ1ibNb.jpg
I tried to use pivot tables but I couldn't get it to look right: Jyn1CKl.jpg. If possible, I want the companys' ratings to be displayed along each corresponding year row, similar to the picture in the second link.
Whilst it is possible to display all the formulas on an Excel 2003 worksheet, it is only possible to display conditional formatting cell-by-cell. This is tedious when checking for any errors, which are easy to acquire when pasting from one cell to another.
how to display the current set of conditional formatting? I don't want to go to the cells I want a listing of all the conditional formatting rules. I am sure I have seen this somewhere in the past but cannot locate it.
I have a spreadsheet that we use to generate visual data, with very small column widths. I have a column width of 1 at the moment, and some data displays, while some doesn't. I want it to show a number which appears every 5th column, without having to merge and center each set. I used to use a macro to merge and center across the data set but the data set length is now dynamic so that is difficult.
My question is a display/ chart format question. I need to convey what I am showing on this chart in a less "busy" fashion. Is there a way to display the data in an easier to read and see format? In particular, is having both averages on the chart in the same format an issue?
I can't figure out how to use the custom number formatting to get 20130522A to display as 2013 05 22A. I don't care if it has to be 2013 05 22 A, the extra space is fine.
I have been googling and trying different things and I cant get anything to work. All of the characters can be text, there will always be 4 characters, a space, 2 characters, a space, and the remaining 3 characters. It seems as though it should be so simple to add two spaces into a fixed length string, but I guess not.
I have a worksheet with a lot of different conditions applied to a lot of cells. I'd like to do some housekeeping, but to do that, I would like a clear and complete list of all cells that have conditional formats attached to them, and what the formula/criteria is for applying said format. I don't even care what the formatting is, but that would be nice too.
So, when I go to my "Conditional Formatting" screen, I get something like:
Now, this doesn't show me much of anything about what the formula actually is. I need to select it and look around. I'd rather just get a full listing of what the rule says...
And where I might have the same rule applied to different ranges of cells And so on.
I have a range of cells with numeric values or blanks. I set up a Conditional Formatting rule with this range selected: New Rule > Format only cells that contain > Format only cells with: Blanks; then I set the formatting to a light green fill and on the Number tab > Category = Custom > Type: "blank"
The blank fields get the light green fill, but no text; that is, the value displayed is still blank.
I go back to edit the CF rule and change Blanks to No Blanks. The results are what I expect: the cells with numbers display the text blank and have a green fill; the blank cells have no fill (white).
This is my testing criteria. I eventually want the empty cells to display 0 (zero). I tried setting Custom > Type: 0 (the number placeholder zero) and Type: "0" (literally the number zero), and neither works.
I have tried this with Format only cells with Cell Value equal to [the address of a blank cell].
I tried to set the value as "" but kept getting =""""; and ="" became ="=""" ???
I have tried this with Use a Formula... using the len()=0, isblank(), and other approaches, all with the same results.
I also made sure the option [x] Show a zero in cells that have a zero value is checked.
With all approaches to identifying the blank cells, they ARE obviously being recognized as blank values: the fill color is being applied to the right cells; and when Not Blank is the criterion (or a negation of a formula), the blank ones are not formatted. But blank cells will not display the text as defined in the Custom Formatting.
And this isn't an issue of "If the cell displays 'blank' it's no longer blank, so the rule doesn't apply" - HERE'S WHY: I set up a second CF rule that sets the Font to red when the value is greater than zero and had this CF rule follow the CF rule for No Blanks (the test above that works). Cells with positive numbers displayed blank in red, cells with zeros or negative numbers displayed blank in black. This clarified that the actual value of the cell is being evaluated, not the displayed value after Custom formatting is applied.
I've got 3 problems I've been trying to solve for the last 7 hours, I think they are all relatively simple to those who know what they are doing but I've exhausted my excel for dummies and every formula I have taken from this siteand tried to adapt. Obviously I'll post each problem on a different post, so here's problem one. The sample is attached. It will consist of about 35 sheets, each documenting the hire of a Motability scooter or wheelchair.
On each sheet column P will identify any review dates. What I would like is: On the Master page in Column C next to the relevant sheet name is for it to display any 'Review' that is flagged up, so that the user can have an overview. There will only ever be one 'Review' per sheet, I can only get the master page to show it by referencing it to one cell, I can't work out how to search the whole column.
I have a simple formula ='info page'!b2&'info page'!b5 in places that on my sheet adds a company prefix to a item number, prefix in b2 and item in b5, we have a client that we cant use prefixes but now when I leave the field blank its giving a zero and thats not good either. I'm pretty sure an IFERROR or something will work but can get the syntax right.