How To Insert A NULL Value

Aug 8, 2008

When I insert a double quote ("") into a cell as a Null value this causes problems when creating formulas that use the cell.

I've searched many posts to do with Null values but can only find information on checking for a Null value, like ISBLANK().

But, I've not been able to find any information on how to write a formula like
=IF(ISBLANK(A1), "",A1/B1)
and substitute the double quote ("") with a value that is Truly Null?

Return Zero If Zero Else Null

Nov 1, 2012

I'm looking up values from a pivottable.

I have the pivottable options to show nothing if error.

If the pivottable has nothing showing for the quarter I would like the formula to return nothing.

It's currently returning '0%'

So I'm getting the following

Qrt1 = 88%
Qrt2 = 0%
Qrt3 = 0%
Qrt4 = 0%

Average = 22%

Qrt1 = 88%
Qrt2 =
Qrt3 =
Qrt4 =

Average = 88%

In the pivottable the only quarter that has a value is Qrt1 (88%) - The others are blank

Since there is a chance I could have a qrt with 0% I can't just iqnore the zero when averaging. how to do this?

Here is my formula

Code:
=IFERROR(GETPIVOTDATA("HHCompl",DataSelection_units!\$A\$5,"fldEntity",\$A\$1,"fldUnit",\$A39,"Quarter",B\$38)," ")

Not Null Vba Script.

Jun 8, 2009

How do I use the following code

Private Sub ListBox16_Change()
Label28.Caption = ListBox4.Value + ListBox8.Value + ListBox16.Value + ListBox20.Value
End Sub

But only add the listbox values that are not null?

Formula Returns A Value Of Null?

Feb 5, 2010

The results of the formula in cell K36 in the attached spreadsheet returns a value of null. It should be \$1,200. Am I blind or have I done something wrong.

Return Null Value IF Statement

Mar 5, 2014

I have 2 sets of criteria, column B and D, both are ranked in column C and E respectively.

Cell h2 and h3 have the minimum requirements so I essentially want to add onto the RANK formula I have so if a person does not meet the minimum rank cells will return a null value.

Counting Cells That Are Not NULL

Aug 25, 2009

I have a large number of customers listed in an excel sheet that may recieve a visit from my organisation. The reason for the visit may vary and sometimes a customer may recieve more than one visit. Each Row (or record) maps to a customer. Each column has a visit type which I insert a date in to say when the customer has been visited.

I am looking for a function that will return if a customer has been visited or not. As dates can be summed like numbers I am currently saying in the "Visits Recieved" column =if(sum of dates (visit type colunm) >0, 1,0) Then I simply sum the column to get my answer of how many csutomers have been visited.

Inserting A Null Cell Using IF

May 28, 2007

I have a simple formula, =IF(A1=0,"",A1) to replace 0 with blank. However ISBLANK doesn't recognize the result as blank, because it's really testing for an empty / unused cell rather than a blank one.

Is there something I can replace the "" with so that ISBLANK returns true?

Ignore Null Data In A Sum

Jul 24, 2009

I have two sheets in my workbook: one holds data (Sheet2), the other processes the data (Sheet1). Sheet2 has temperature data for each hour of every day during the year 1997 - about 9000 rows. Sheet1 averages the temperatures for each day together, and therefore has only 365 rows.

However, some of the data is missing - null values are represented by the value -9999. Sheet1 only averages hourly data if there at least 22 non-null values. If there are fewer than 22 non-null values, a message is written into the cell to indicate such. (See day 119 on Sheet1 in the attached file for an example of this)

I have the formula worked out to this point; however, I'd like to add in one more constraint: if a day has 2 or fewer null values, I still would like to average the data, but omit the null values in the average. (See day 118 on Sheet1 in the attached file for an example of this). My formula so far:

Macro: Listbox Value Null

Dec 3, 2009

I do (I've cut it out, saved, closed, reopened, tried different naming conventions). The code does 2 things:

1) Copies the selection from the Listbox ("RegionSelect") to another worksheet ("Steps")

2) Uses that value to copy and paste other items into the same sheet.

The first part is working, the second part gives me a "Run-Time error '94': Invalid Use of Null" error on this line:

VBA - For Null Values In A Range?

Oct 6, 2011

In the following range:

Code:
.Range("C13", .Range("C13").End(xlDown))
For column G, I want to put "N/A" into blank cells.

Like this:
Column CColumn GFIC0021FIC0012FIC0063FIC003N/AFIC0341

Using Null Value In Formula Created In VBA

Nov 1, 2011

I'm attempting to enter a formula into cells on a spreadsheet through a macro.

I want the formula to read:

=if(isblank(G1),"",month(G1))

but because this is being created within a macro it doesn't like the double quotations.

I can get it to display "0" but i want those cells to be NULL. Right now my only idea is to make an IF statement in the code that doesn't insert a formula in those instances, but I'd like to keep them all as formulas for later changes. Anyway around this dilemma?

Example Code (only a piece):

Code:

With Range("F1")
.Value = "=if(isblank(G1),,month(G1))"
.AutoFill Destination:=Range("F1:F" & lastrow)
End With

VBA Setting Variables To Nothing Or Null

Mar 6, 2012

I've been looking at code a lot here and at the end I always see people ending their VBA code by setting the variables to nothing. Why is this done? Don't all the variables in the sub automatically get trashed when the sub ends?

So what would be the difference of me doing:

Code:
Sub emailUser(strSubject As String, strMessage As String)
'Allows you to email the user if an error occurs instead of giving a messagebox
'and stopping everything. This way if something can not be checked out, you know
'what happened and can redo it the next morning (or fix the error if need be)

Dim olApp As Object 'Outlook.Application
Dim Msg As Object 'Outlook.MailItem

[Code] .....

vs

Code:
Sub emailUser(strSubject As String, strMessage As String)
'Allows you to email the user if an error occurs instead of giving a messagebox
'and stopping everything. This way if something can not be checked out, you know
'what happened and can redo it the next morning (or fix the error if need be)

Dim olApp As Object 'Outlook.Application
Dim Msg As Object 'Outlook.MailItem

[Code] ........

How Can I Change A Cell To Null

Jul 5, 2007

how can i express a null cell in formula,because put "" in a cell not a real null cell, i reckon MS put some occupation symbol into that cell which do not display. cause i want to use "skip the Null cell" function which located in the selection paste manu.

Check First 2 Cells Of The Last Row Is Null Or Not

Jan 19, 2009

In a column "V", when the user enter "Y", i need to copy the entire row to another sheet("Written-off"), its working fine.Sometimes the first 2 columns of that entire row where the user enter "Y" may be null, so using my code, copy first entire row where user put "Y" and paste to another sheet("Written-off"), then user also enter "Y" to wherever in "V" column, this time the entire row should overwrite the last row in the "Written-off" sheet.

I found the reason is first column of the last row was null, so when check the first cell, if it is empty then the next entire row should be copied that area.
Is there anyway to check first 2 cells of the last row in a sheet in null or not?

If Right(Left(ActiveCell.Address, 2), 1) = "V" Then
myColumn = "V"
If Intersect(Target, Columns(myColumn)) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
On Error GoTo last
If UCase(Target.Value) = "Y" Then
Target.EntireRow.Copy Sheets("Written-Off").Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)(2)
Application.CutCopyMode = False
Sheets(Sh.Name).Select
Else
Exit Sub
End If

CountIF Cell Is Null

May 8, 2006

I am trying to do a COUNTIF the cell is not empty. Sometimes the value starts with a number but sometimes the value is a letter.

I figured out how do one or the other but not both.
=COUNTIF(E2:E65536,">""")
=COUNTIF(E2:E65536,">0")

Is is some how possible to combine them together.

Search Cells For Non Null Value

Nov 9, 2006

I'm having a problem with a seemingly simple formula I can't quite figure out. I need to search through four cells, M(n)-P(n), to find out if they have a value in each cell respectably. When the values are found I need them to form a make shift column in which the three cells underneath the cell with the formula are filled with any available values.

For example:
John Smith has the values: 1 in col M, 2 in col N, 3 in col O, and 4 in col P. That is of course ideal and I would be able to fill in the other cells very easy. But in my case John Smith has values: 1 in N, and 2 in P. Or whatever other order you can think of. I wrote a formula that looks like this:

=IF((M2="")*(N2="")*(O2=""),P2,(IF((M2="")*(N2=""),O2,(IF((M2=""),N2,M2)))))

This seems to work if they have a value in column M, but if for instance they dont but have a value in column N instead, it doesn't produce a result. Could someone give me some advice to what I am doing wrong? I am still new at writing formulas, so I'm sure there has to be some function I don't know about that would make this a lot easier.

If Statement, All In Range Are Not Null

Mar 21, 2007

I need a formula that will return "true" only if ALL cells in the specified range are not Null (<>""). I'd like to assign a value (% complete) only after all tasks under a phase have been given a completion date.

0 As Valid Value Rather Than Null Or Empty

Apr 3, 2007

I am trying to define some variables as byte, but I want 0 to be a valid value rather than null. When there is no data, that is when I would like for the variable to be null.

Is there a way to accomplish this? In addition, I use the same variables in a loop, which are reset at the beginning of the loop. Is there a way to reset a variable without giving it a value (like 0)?

Summary Of Data Without Zero / Null

Mar 4, 2008

eg.: productlist + order amount + sum

Sheet: Masterdata
Column A: Productname
Column B: Product price
Column C: Product quantity
Column D: Total (=B*C 'obviously)

Sheet: Summary = All rows of Masterdata WHERE Product quantity Is Not Null (<>0) starting from row 5 in the summary sheet. note that if a value in quantity has been reset in the Masterdata, the Summary has to be updated. I do not want to use an advanced filter because the whole workbook needs to act like a portable template for various users which once in a while gets updated using external connection with a ms access database. ( Import of access report). I have no idea whether a copy function or customized pivottable (does not works because too much data), ... would do the trick.

Using IF Formula And Accounting For Zero Or Null Cell?

Dec 4, 2013

Looking for a way to correct what is going on with row 9. I need it to return either zero or empty, but also include the current formula.

Replace Empty String With Null

Apr 3, 2014

I'm working with some data exported from a database. Unfortunately, when data is exported to excel, cells that should be completely blank (i.e. ISBLANK formula would return TRUE) actually contain empty strings.

What is the fastest way to replace the empty string with a true null?

Run Time Error '94' Invalid Use Of Null

Nov 27, 2008

I am receiving the error message Run Time Error '94' Invalid use of null when running my program.

here is the code where the error is being caused:

Hide Column If Cell Value Is Null

Dec 28, 2008

I need a quick macro I can run to hide the columns if the formula result for cells B1:AA1 is "" (null) instead of text. This runs explicitly on Sheet2. Array VBA is still geek to me.

Change Cells With Text And/or Null To Zero

Feb 28, 2009

I have a large worksheet that has one column that contains cells with either numbers, text or in some cases Nulls. Can anyone help me with some code that would loop through all the cells in this column and when it encounters either text (any text) or a null change the cell value to 0 (Zero).

Loop Issue When Cell Value Is Null

Oct 6, 2009

I'm trying to run a loop which will do something when there is a value in the cell, but skip the cell (or delete the row) when there is no value.

I pulled this from another thread, but it isn't working for me: ...

Looping Through Worksheets: Null Value Or 0, Then Delete The Row

Jan 5, 2010

The code should go through each worksheet and if the row in column A has a null value or 0, then delete the row. The count is based off of column T. The row deletion portion of the code works, but something is wrong with my worksheet looping structure.

Count Unique Dates IF Corresponding Value NOT Null

Nov 6, 2013

I've come across a formula that I can't seem to get my mind fully around. I have a time-tracking sheet for employees that includes, among other fields, DATE and MILEAGE.

In my particular spreadsheet, DATE is from A2:A31 and MILEAGE is from G2:G31. The date column is set to the correct data type (date) and mileage is a general field and only has integers entered into it.

What I would like to do is count the number of unique dates on which mileage has been entered (field is not empty). If the total mileage for a day is less than 20, then do not count it. The reason for this is because an employee is entitled to be compensated for the total mileage of all service calls of a particular day minus 20 kilometers. If an employee, for whatever reason, enters say, 5km for the day, they should not be deducted 15km as would happen if the date was counted.

For example, if Jack traveled a total of 500km spread over 5 days, he is entitled to be compensated for 500 - (20 * 5) = 400km. The trick here is that if Joe has time billed on 6 unique days but only entered mileage on 5 of them, the formula still needs to return 5.

Here is what I have so far:

Code:
=SUM(G2:G31)-(20*SUM(IF(LEN(A2:A31),1/COUNTIF(A2:A31,A2:A31))))

This formula sums up the total mileage traveled and then subtracts 20 * number of unique days. The problems with it is that it still counts days on which no mileage was claimed (corresponding mileage field is empty). In addition, if the total accumulated mileage for a day is less than 20 then it is also still counted.

Pivot Table Counting Null Value

Jul 13, 2007

I have this if statement in a spreadsheet: =IF(V4>Q4,"yes","")

Then I created a pivot table to count this field but it's counting every line when I expected it to skip null values.

Is there something I can do so that it only counts the value "yes"

Vlookup With No Error Message For Null Value

Jan 27, 2009

I need a formula that will use the account number in Column A (My consolidated Spreadsheet) to search for the same account number in column A (My Individual Unit Spreadsheet) and return a value in the corresponding column. I know I can use VLOOKUP to do this but if the account number value does not exist in the Individual Unit Spreadsheet I do NOT want the #N/A value to show up in the cell, as it will then not calculate totals. Solutions please?

CONSOLIDATED

GPCLCCGCLPSILVRConsolidated
Assets :

Current assets

100100
Daily Depository - Union Bank

425 425
100300
Plant (A/P) Checking Account

(680) -680
100350................................

ActiveWorkbook Returning NULL Error

May 17, 2009

I'm developing an excel addin using Visual Studio 2008. At the moment i'm trying to display a popup showing the value contained in cell A1. However, i'm getting a runtime error saying that xlWorkBook is null. I've been able to get this to work if i open a workbook but i want to be able to execute my code on the currently active workbook. I thought that ActiveWorkbook (also tried ThisWorkbook) would let me do this but i'm having no success.

using Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel;
using Office = Microsoft.Office.Core;
...
...
Excel.Application xlApp;
Excel.Workbook xlWorkBook;
Excel.Worksheet xlWorkSheet;

xlApp = new Excel.ApplicationClass();
xlWorkBook = (Excel.Workbook) xlApp.ActiveWorkbook;
xlWorkSheet = (Excel.Worksheet) xlWorkBook.Worksheets.get_Item(1);

MessageBox.Show(xlWorkSheet.get_Range("A1", "A1").Value2.ToString());