Formula To Combine Multiple Formulas Into Single Cell?

Mar 12, 2014

I'm looking for a way for Excel to combine formulas together into a more compact form for me.

Attached is a very simple version of what I want, my actual formulas are very complex but I'd still like a way to have them automatically combined into a single cell.

Alternatively, what is a good way to break down a very complicated one-cell formula and still keep things organized?

Here is the one-cell version of a formula I work with.

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That formula is difficult to work with in one cell, so on another sheet I have it broken down into parts so that if one part isn't doing what I want I can change it. This takes up a LOT of space because of the other steps I do (the above formula is just one step) and I'd like to combine it together.

Attached File : Excel Formula Combination Question.xlsxâ€Ž

Problem-1) i want to round off the digit in the same cell i,e. Formula in F12 should be included in D12.

Problem-2) i have entered a sample account.in this i want to post the data entered in day book into their respective sheets of jaya and supervision automatically.

i have 2 worksheet function IF statements that of course look for certain conditions, but in some instances i need to combine the IF statements in one cell, the 2 i need to combine are below:

so what i need is for the cell to show either Sick, Swapped or the contents of Sheet2!B3 however if both C1 and G1 show Line Off then cell must be blank, which is what i achieve with the second if statement.

I have a set of data with 5 columns. The first column is ID. Now I have the same ID recorded several times with different data (in the other 4 columns) against the ID. I want to concatenate the data with the same ID into the same row. The data has already been sorted by ID. If it is the first time this ID appears, record the whole 5 columns. If the ID appears again, then record only the 3rd, 4th and 5th column. When I run my code, I got error 'subscript out of range (Error 9)' . It seems that the array I use has only 5 columns. But I don't know how to modify this.

VB: Sub Patient_Detail() Dim n As Integer 'index of rows to record to Dim i As Integer 'index of column to record from

I am doing financial ratio analysis of a company for five years and I need to show the ratios in a trendline. I have generated seperate line charts for each ratio, but I want to combine the charts and have multiple trendlines for multiple data series in a chart.

I am trying to combine ~300 workbooks into one single workbook. All 300 workbooks have the exact same header. I tried using the code from thread http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?p=696435 but nothing is being copied over. The only difference between my example and the other is I only need to take data from the first sheet in each data workbook. All the workbooks are located in following directory .....

I've pieced together code from a number of solutions on the forum and figured out how to find the files I need to process, but can't seem to figure out the code to actually combine/append each worksheet into a single one. I've searched the "sea of options" on this forum and managed to do one thing well. Pardon all my notes embedded in the code below, but if I don't do it that way, I'll only confuse myself further (which is easily accomplished) ... or lose my notes!

I’m going to run this code from an add-in menu, which is already created and working (yeaah!) … so (I think) I need to have the code either create a file named "Master (Combined).xls" in the target folder ... or ... have a file already created in MYFOLDER and have this code delete all but the header row when the file is opened(???) The "Master (Combined).xls" workbook needs to consist of one worksheet named "Master". I want it to open the current workbook (.foundfiles(i)), select all the data, and append it to the master workbook on the "Master" worksheet (sheet 1). The Master Worksheet in the Master Workbook needs to start out as a blank sheet ... except for the header row. I can add code to put the headers in at the start, if necessary

Sub g_CombineMultWB_AllXLSFiles() ' This Will combine all XLS files located in the ' S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder ' into a single worksheet in a newly created (or previously existing) workbook ' ' LOCATION OF FILES (ACTUAL): ' S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder

Dim i As Integer Dim wbResults As Workbook Dim wbCodeBook As Workbook Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.DisplayAlerts = False Application.EnableEvents = False ' Application.CutCopyMode = False ' DO I HAVE THIS HERE FOR A REASON???

On Error Resume Next

Set wbCodeBook = ThisWorkbook Const MYFOLDER = "S:DMSMSPOMSMaster POMS NIIN DataMaster EMALL Data FilesEMALL Excel Folder" With Application.FileSearch .NewSearch ' Change path To suit.............................

I have a column of data that will vary in length and I'm trying to write a macro to combine it all into one cell. Basically I need to do the equivalent of entering "=A1&A2&A3..." for the entire column. I started by creating an array string variable and have the data in grp() but now I'm stuck trying to figure out some sort of loop to keep adding onto the same cell or something

I want to combine both an 'if' and a 'vlookup' within a single cell. So I want to say if the value in cell a1 can be found in columns c1:d100 then return a 'yes' if not return a 'no'. How do I do this

I would like to have cell A3 contain two different formulas. I may be doing this wrong, so here is what I would like to do:

Cell A1 will contain a number that will change from month to month, but will need to show as $0 until then. Cell A2 will contain a fixed sum number from month to month Cell A3 will contain the difference between cell A1 and A2

I wouldl like cell A3 show as $0 until a number is inputted into cell A1

A1 $0

A2 $2000

A3 $0

The formula I have in cell A3 is =SUM(A2-A1), but cell A3 shows $2000. I remember doing this before, cut can't remember the exact formula. Something like =if(A1

I need to know if it is possible to combine these 2 formulas (1. (RIGHT(C23,0)&RIGHT(C23,4)) and 2. LEFT(E23,2)&":"&RIGHT(E23,2) into a single cell. I have a date time group that is in text format. I need to take the last 4 digits (the time) and pull it out into another. Then take that cell and convert it into an actual time ie 2:30.

example: 01may2014 0831 first formula pulls the 0831 into another cell. then the 2nd formula converts it into a time 8:31.

After this occurs, I can then subtract times from different categories in my spreadsheet.

My, problem, is that I cannot combine the two formulas. They work great by themselves. I am just trying to make formulas more compact and hopefully more efficient.

I am in need of a way to pull keywords listed in B2:B10 from text in A2:A10 and then those pulled keywords combined in cell C11.See attached document. So I have colors for keywords in column B and some random text in the column A including the keywords in parenthesis. Is there a way for a formula to find all keywords in A2:A10 and then list them in cell C11 with commas in between.So the result would be one cell C11 showing BLUE,GREEN,BLACK,ORANGE, etc.I have been trying to mess around with index and match and while I could get one to pull up I don't know how to combine it.

I've got problem with combining 3 cells into one. First cell contains text, second have date yyyy-mm-dd and last one is as previous. I'm using formula .

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And I'm getting: TEXT_41694_41701. How can that be corrected to use formatting for date format to get TEXT_yyyy-mm-dd_yyyy-mm-dd?

I am using this formula =IF(SEARCH("pipe",A2),VLOOKUP(C2,Sheet2!A4:B12,2)) to look up a reference code for "pipe". The reference codes for "pipe" are in column 2 of a table on sheet 2 and are dependant on the dimensions of the pipe given in column 1 of the same table. C2 in the formula is where the dimensions are given. (hope that's clear ).

What I want to do is to extend the above formula to look up column 3 of the table on sheet 2 if, for example, A2 contains "Bend", i.e., =IF(SEARCH("Bend",A2),VLOOKUP(C2,Sheet2!A4:B12,3)).

Combining those two formula using "=if(and " worked for me for the first test, but changing the contents of A2 from "pipe" to "Bend" results in a #Value type error.

I can't use if A2 = "pipe" because extra words could be introduced into A2, e.g., "copper pipe" - therefore the equals would not be appropriate.

I want to combine each row in column A that contains data (so stop process when the next cell is blank) into one single cell. However, each time a row is added I want it to have a new line, except for the last one. I don't know vba that well. I came up with something.

Basically I want to do this: =A1&char(10)&A2 VBA Dim i As Integer i = 0 Do While Not IsEmpty(ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1)) If (i = 0) Then ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=RC[-1]" i = i + 1 Else ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "&CHAR(10)&R[i]C[-1]" i = i + 1 End If Loop

I have a worksheet entitled 'Data'. In this worksheet there is a table consisting of 4 columns plus relevant data:

TABLE 1:

Project Benefit Type Delivered or Enabled Benefit

PJ1 Financial Delivered Saving of $4M over 24 months.

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I have been trying to create a formula that will enable me to pull data from the 'benefit' column(column D) so that the cell contents populate in a single cell in a table in a different worksheet.

TABLE 2:

Financial - Delivered Financial - Enabled Tech - Delivered Tech - Enabled Green - Delivered Green - Enabled

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So, as an example, I am hoping that a formula can be created which pulls the text from relevant cells in column D when criteria from columns A, B and C are met e.g. Tech benefits that are Delivered in PJ2 would populate cell E3 ('Tech -Enabled') in Table 2 with:

the biggest problem is that this formula does not work as it is. Or is there some other function than networkdays that i could use?

The purpose of the formula is to count how many "objects" that are in service have been there for over 20 days. There a a few other criteria also, but sumproduct takes care of that. Can networkdays even be used the way i´m trying to?

I am looking to split multiple different entries in a single cell into multiple columns and repeat this for all rows

Example (I have the below in a single Cell as column headers) NCM Server Mgmt VLAN Site ID

Next Line down is the data (Each row in a single cell) Enabled 10.10.10.0 50 TEST SITE 1 Enabled 10.10.20.0 50 TEST SITE 2 Disabled 10.10.30.0 50 TEST SITE 3

How I could achieve this as I have a number of projects where this would become useful

I know you can use delimiters but with spaces between the values I just can't fathom a way forward.

I'd like to apply multiple formula to a set of cells on a summary page. My summary page also contains 3 variable dropdowns, and I'd like to display data based on the text selected in those dropdowns (pulling data from 2nd tab "Variables")

The following formula works in the first instance:

=IF(AND(H4="Product Type A1", H6="External", H8="Existing"), Variables!C4, 0)

What I'm struggling to do is add additional formula to the same cell in order to deal with the remaining eventualities of the drop down variables:

Variable 1: Product Type A1 Product Type A2 Product Type B1 Product Type B2

I would like to know if you can point (lots of ) cells to use a formula specified once somewhere else. The problem I have is 6 large formulas duplicated down 6 columns for 7000 rows. This, it turns out has made my file size huge ! Instead of duplicated the formula, can I tell all the cells to use *this* formula, but remembering to increment the references within...

Is it possible to combine search results into a single cell?

On my spreadsheet I'd like to select from 4 columns and combine the result into 1 cell. I'd like to search on equipment number in column K that meets a condithion in column H, if this is a match I'd like to show the result date in column P and the duration in column R. Columns P & R shown in 1 cell...

Sort of like this... if "K" = "CV537" and "H" = "0" then show the resulting date from "N" and duration from "R" in one cell somewhere.