make this formula more concise and shorter, it was design to check a numbers in a range to see if any of them falls into a particular range.
=IF(SUM((COUNTIF(Fund,">11999")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">12999"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">21099")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">28729"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">28730")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">33999"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">58999")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">59999"))),(COUNTIF(Fund,">82000")-(COUNTIF(Fund,">84999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">11999")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">12999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">21099")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">28729"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">28730")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">33999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">58999")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">59999"))),(COUNTIF(FUND1,">82000")-(COUNTIF(FUND1,">84999"))))>0,"ATTACHMENT E IS REQUIRED","")
and if the any of the number fall into the range it will print the message, "Attachment is Required"
I have a range of cells which contains one of two text values (Ok and Not Ok). I would like to check my range of cells for these values. If this range have one cell that contains the text "Not Ok" I would like the formula to say "Not OK". If all cells contain "Ok" I would like the formula to say "Ok".
If I have a named range ("colors") which contains a bunch of different colors, and in a separate cell, I want to test whether a particular color is present in that range, how would I do that? For example:
I have this code here, which run's fine, if I don't include the red line. The red code, should do the following: If the "D" Column and/or the "E" columns k-th cell have no value then it should increase the k by one. If theres a cell in "D" or in "E" (or in both of them) which have a value in it then it should start the "EXECUTING COMMANDS" part.
Code: ... Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = wb.Sheets(1) ... Do While ws.Range("A" & k).Value ""
But this won't start too after processing the do while line. How this .value command works.
I have a spreadsheet in which I have named columns. All columns have associated columns in different tabs. Using a toggle button I want to hide or unhide these associated columns on all tabs at the same time. Here is what I have so far:
Private Sub ToggleButton1_Click() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Dim ws As Worksheet With ToggleButton1 If ToggleButton1.Value = True Then
My problem is I want to have a single string to hide/unhide the following Named columns on all sheets -- (Sheet 1 (COLU), Sheet 2 (DRCOLU), Sheet 3 (F1CCOLC), Sheet 4 (MSCOLC), Sheet 5 (PSCOLC) and Sheet 6 (POCOLC)
I was hoping to use something like -- Range("COLC, DRCOLU, F1CCOLC, MSCOLC, PSCOLC, POCOLC").EntireColumn.Hidden = True
I receive an error when I try to use it because only one of the names is used for each sheet. It needs to first verify the name exists on the sheet and if so, perform the Hide/Unhide function and if not move to the next name. When all names have been used, move to the next worksheet and perform the same action until all worksheet have been gone through.
I have attached a sample for better understanding. First of all, I need to check for the highest value in Col B and lowest value in Col C in the range from Time 0900 to 1100 only. I need to use the check time function (which i have no ideal how) rather than selecting the number of rows to check.
If my cell range in Sheet 2, K2 to K25 is empty/blank, then I want to fill that blank range with the same number/Value. It can be a 0 or a 1 or any other Value as required. But an Error 13. Type Mismatch message appears. Where is the error if I'm trying to fill the range with a Value if blank ?
Sub Macro_2() Sheets("Sheet2").Select Sheets("Sheet2").Range("K2").Select If Sheets("Sheet2").Range("K2:K25").Value = "" Then Sheets("Sheet2").Range("K2:K25").Value = "1" End If Sheets("Sheet3").Select End Sub
Upon deactivation of a worksheet I am trying to check a range of cells("B8:M8") for empties. If any cells are empty I want to generate a MsgBox that asks the user to remedy the situation. It is not necessary to tell them which cell is empty but it would be nice. Can anyone help me format this code?
I am trying to search a column for specific values.... if the cells in the column equal X, Y, or Z then I want to keep them. Anything else, should be deleted....and not just the cell the entire row that it is in.
So I'd like it to search column E for a number of different values, if equal keep the data. If not (say E6 is not any of those values) then delete that row (all of row 6)
If a name is entered in cboRepName combo box, I want to check if the name matches the list of names in the named range "Names" found in sheet repInformation. If the name is not found, then perform tasks.
Here is what I have so far, of course is not working, but I think I am close.
Code: Private Sub cboRepName_BeforeUpdate(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) Dim repName As String Dim nRange As Range
If IsEmpty(Range(Cells(iCurrentRow, iFirstDataColumn), Cells(iCurrentRow, iTotalCol)))
i did a select to make sure it was selecting the whole range I want and it works fine:
Range(Cells(iCurrentRow, iFirstDataColumn), Cells(iCurrentRow, iTotalCol)).Select Inside my range I can have cells with 0s in them and cells with nothing in them. What I would like my if statement to do is return true ONLY when ALL cells have nothing in them. At the moment, even if I have 0's in some cells, it's returning false.
I am trying to have a macro to take a value from a text box and see if it is matches a value that is in a specified range. If it comes back true then it shows an error message. This code is working for text values, but if it is numeric it will not find find it.
Sub SearchForMatch() 'Procedure level declarations Dim rngCell As Range Dim bMatch As Boolean ' Loop through each cell in the nominated range For Each rngCell In Range("B4:B50") 'If there us a matching value then set your 'boolean flag to true and exit the loop If rngCell.Value = TextBox1.Value Then bMatch = True Exit For End If
Next 'If a match was found then alert the user If bMatch Then MsgBox ("Name already exsists.") End Sub
See attached spreadsheet for example of the sheet I am using.
Columns C and D show me figures when the number in col A is > 2500 or < 550 when these criteria are not met a 0 is displayed in the cell, is it possible to alter my formula so that nothing (a blank cell) is displayed rather than a 0 - I am wondering if there is something like null which I can use?
In column E (normal days) I want to display the value of A if it is > 550 but < 2500 - is there a way of doing this in a single formula? Again I would just like a blank to be displayed if the value of A does not meet the above criteria.