Formulas To Hide Partial Concatenate Data And Determining Two Other Formulas
Dec 11, 2013
I'm trying to automate creating certain keyword combinations I need, based off of the values I input into reference cells in columns A - E; the goal is to compile a list of keywords which I will then use to track my rankings in search engines.
I'm looking to only output 500 keywords, so some of the cells in columns A, B, C & E will not contain data (column D will always have a primary Geo-target listed). This results in some of the concatenate formulas I've created outputting partial data (i.e. if there is no data in cell A10, and cell D2 contains the word "Knoxville", then cell I10 will output the data, "Knoxville "). How can I setup conditioning formatting or a formula so that these auto-generated cells appear blank if one of the reference cells has no data within it?The reason why I need the above to work is because I want to setup a formula that automatically counts the # of keyword combinations created by the data entered into any of the reference cells. With the partial combinations being listed, it skews my data. Which leads me to my next question: what is the best formula for counting the # of cells containing a full keyword combination from any of the cells listed in columns G - O (minus the data in the header cells; i.e. G1, H1, etc...)?Lastly, is there a formula I could use that would then aggregate all of the full keyword combinations within the "Complete Keyword List" column (column P)?
I am looking for a macro that will insert a new row and copies the formulas from the row above, but not from all the columns.
This is the current situation:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
Name Project Nr. Work Order hours
What I want is that if column G contains "11374340" an empty row will be inserted above and the formulas from column E until M to be copied a row down. And the sum function in the last row of M needs to be changed automaticly as well (if possible).
I already have the macro to insert a new empty row which is as follows:
Sub InsertRows() Dim i, LastRow LastRow = Range("G" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row For i = LastRow To 1 Step -1 If Cells(i, "G").Value = "11374340" Then Cells(i, "G").EntireRow.Insert End If Next End Sub
I am developing a spreadsheet that, once all the code is run has numerous sheets added. On these sheets I have a significant number of rows that contain no data and could be hidden (I dont want to remove them, because later I need to re- import all these rows back to my master sheet). I tried code I found in the forum to hide a row if it is empty but this doesnt work as some of the cells contain formulaes referencing back to another sheet that is hidden.
I am trying, and failing, to write code to hide a row that contains no actual data, but still has formulas in some of the cells.
I've attached a sample document of my data layout. On the Compare tab, I'd like to build a sumif formula that takes the data in column B and uses it to reference the other tabs without having to use a large nested IF statement. For example, on the Compare tab, in cell C2, the formula will know to look at the "JAN MONTH" tab because B2 says "JAN", then the rest of the sumif would be looking at the data in column A and matching it with the data in column A in the correct tab.
I am trying to concatenate the values of many cells, not the formulas in the cells, to avoid having to repetatively paste special, value. Perhaps something like this: =CONCATENATE(VALUE(AA2):VALUE(AQ2))
I've found a few macros that will automate changing cell references from absolute to relative and they work great. However, when I run the macros on formulas that have references to another worksheet or workbook, the macro will not work correctly.
First, to i change the attributes, select the appropriate cell or range and then choose Format, Cells. In the Format Cells dialog box, click the Protection tab and select Locked or Hidden (or both). Unlock cells that accept user input, and lock formula and other cells that should stay unchanged (such as titles). To prevent others from seeing your formulas, lock and hide the formula cells: The results of the formulas will be visible, but the formulas will not.
Now, to protect the worksheet, choose Tools, Protection, Protect Sheet to bring up the Protect Sheet dialog box. but its hideing the formulas. once i protect the cells it wont let me to edit the worsheet (eg- cell height, cell width)
I am new to programming in excel. For example user enters the value 1 in A1 and 2 in B2 The answer should be in 3 in C1. How to write this code ? Also is there any way where i can let the user copy the VALUE from the result (C1) into another Sheet in case if am using + Sign to obtain the result in C1 instead of writing a VBA Code.
Basically i am looking for the user to in put data in A and B and the result should come in C like wise i want the user to input the values in few rows and the user should get the result in the respetive rows under column C. The user should copy the values from C into another work sheet/ work book. The user should not have access to the formula but should be able to input values and copy the result. can i do this without vba code if so how ?
I am running Excel 2007 on Windows Vista Business 32 bit. Recently I have noticed that if I enter a formula into an empty, unsused cell, it is recognized as a formula. If I modify that formula, it is then recognized as text and does not work as a formula. The only way I can get the cell to recognize a formula is to delete the cell and start over. This same scenario does not occur on previously stored workbooks. I have checked all of the flags that I know about, including the Options function.
'To delete delivery address lines if 1st line empty If IsEmpty(Range("deliver_line1")) _ Then Sheets(1).Range("deliver_rows").EntireRow.Delete 'No End If required as only one action as a result of the If
A spreadsheet based on my template has been sent to me because the macro won't run properly. When I try to run the macro I get a Runtime Error '1004' Method 'Range' of object '_Global' failed on the following line. Columns("A:E") = Columns("A:E").Value.
I am trying to create an inventory list that automatically updates the supply quantity when items are taken away from inventory. I have created entry cells where the quantity of items taken out of inventory can be entered (example, cell F2 of the attachment), and the new overall inventory count is adjusted accordingly for each stock of items (example, cell B3). These automated adjustments are repeated for each subsequent row for every time items have been taken from inventory and recorded.
I managed to get it to do what I originally intended with exception of the fact that it still present values on rows where there were no activity - or quantity of items taken from out of inventory (row #6 and beyond of the attachment). Is there a way of "hiding" these values without removing the formula, or possibly set conditional formatting where no values are displayed if no changes in inventory has been entered?
If you have a cell with the value ="2*c2+3" NB: (Notice the ""), then to make excel convert the formula in another cell to =2*c2+3 (notice the removal of ""), so that it can calculate the value of the cell instead of showing a textstring?
I have formulas in a column and they are working unless I edit them to include another function, more cells, whatever, then they display as formulas instead of the result. I've gone to Tools --> Options --> View and the Formulas box is not checked. As well automatic calculation is on not manual.
I am making a table in excel where I list video games and I would like to place a hyperlink in line with them to open a search page on eBay, I've made a URL-friendly cell (replacing the spaces with + signs, like they do on the URL.
game title game+title Check
On the "Check" cell I would like a hyperlink that contains the value of the cell saying "game+title" (supposing that is cell B2), i.e:
There 2 columns, 1 in which you input data and the other which has a formula which uses the data to do a calculation. There are about 30 rows already filled in.
When I go to insert a new row of data, the formula just appear after I type in the input column. If I click on the cell where the formula appeared before I typed in the data, there was no formula there. It is almost like an autofill, excel knows that I am going to copy down the formula. (It also copies down the formatting)
I've been using a macro which uses a vlookup and a concatenate to create some text without issue for a while. I'm just trying to add some functionality to it and give the option of adding some text after the generated string. So I have this formula from the form:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim lookFor As Range Dim rng As Range Dim col As Integer Dim Found As Variant Dim add As long Set add = Me.add.Value
I am giving below a sample data wherein I am trying to copy only the formulas of A4 and A9 to B4 and B9, C4 to C9 etc. across columns. But I don't want to copy the data.
Sheet1 *ABC11**21**31**43005***62**72**82**9600Spreadsheet FormulasCellFormulaA4=SUM(A1:A3)B4=SUM(B1:B3)C4=SUM(C1:C3)A9=SUM(A6:A8)B9=SUM(B6:B8)C9=SUM(C6:C8) Excel tables to the web >> Excel Jeanie HTML 4
With a set of data in colums by quarter and department names in by row I need to answer build a formula that answers simple questions like "what department had the fewest sick days per quarter?" and which department had the most sick days per quarter?"
I am trying to have an entire line of data copied into another tab depending on the status of a claim. For instance, if the claim on Tab A has a column for its status and I enter approved, then the entire line is copied and added to the tab for all approved claims (Tab B). If I enter denied, I want it to go to a different tab (Tab C), and and if I enter pending, yet another tab (Tab D).
Basically i want to be able to look at Tab A and see a complete list of all claims but then be able to click to Tab B and see an list of all approved claims, and so on.