I know you can take a number from one cell and combine it with number from another cell and make it one number. What I need to do is the reverse. Take a two digit number in a cell and separate it into single digits in two cells. If you have the number 50 in a cell, then is there a formula that will take the 5 and put it in cell and take the 0 and put it in the cell beside it?
I have a range which has conditional formats based on other cells. I want to copy this range into another sheet and retain the current formats as fixed formats without copying the conditional formulae. ideally in VBA.
See xls file. I have this chart and the data labels are percentages instead of the actual value. How did these get that way? Under Chart Options there is a autotext box that is there but if I uncheck it, the data labels go back to the actual dollar value and that autotext box goes away.
I am totally baffeled by this despite serach the help, the internet and this forum. I am sure it is something easy I am missing.
Can some one provide some color on this?
I cut this from a larger book with many tabs because I am not able to send out the entire thing (proprietary).
I have weekly budget report (for the entire year) that I put in a Pivot Table with approx 20 different row labels. The actual revenue numbers come only once a month (several different reports make up the actual revenue numbers). I need to put the actual numbers on the same row as the budget numbers and I can't figure it out.
For example, for the first three months of the year, I have the pivot table showing everything perfectly. In February, I get January's actual revenue numbers that now "replace" the budget numbers for January. If this was a regular table, I could easily overwrite these numbers, but with the pivot table, I can't get these two fields to line up. For now, I have the Actual Revenue numbers on the Rows above the Budget numbers for their respective months/quarters.
how can i convert a column of hyperlinks that i have to the actual addreses. for instance, i may have in one cell ebay that would link to "www.ebay.com". i would like the cells in a column, or if not another column to display in text the actual addresses and not the word, if that makes sense. can i do this via worksheet formulae or is it in the realms of vba?
Is is possible to get a dropdown list to show the actual characters as they appear in windings or marlett as shown in the source? When I try I am just getting a load of u's with accents and dots above.
I have set up a simple form in excel, whereby people use drop down menus to select the appropriate information (as all data inputted needs to be entered in exactly the same way to allow sorting, counting etc) so I thought drop downs were best. The trouble is the data is carried through to my excel database (on another worksheet) were it is shown in numeric values dependant on how far down the drop down list the select item appears (ie "Fareham" is third on the list, so shows in the database as "3").
I'd very much like my database to be easier to read and actually show Fareham etc, rather than be populated with lots of numbers. I initially tried using IF function (ie =IF(C3=3,"Fareham") but unfortunately two of my drop down lists are too long for this (with 25 and 33 entries respectively).
I work in the flooring industry and the format we use for cuts of carpet/vinyl is 40-3 (for 40.25 feet), etc. So we are trying to create an excel spreadsheet that will add up these cuts. Right now it's kind of a mess because we have decimals in a column we will be hiding and are converting that to our industry format.
The formula I am having trouble with is as follows: =MID(A18,1,FIND(".",A18)-1)&"-"&MID(A18,FIND(".",A18),3)*12
The problem is that whenever the totals end in zero, the formula won't convert 40.00 to 40-0. It gives me an error every time. If the total is 40.25 it will convert it to 40-3 just fine.
using Excel 2007, windowsXP, and am trying to find the right formula for the following problem.
I have a column of 3 digit numbers, and want to determine how many times a number occurs in the first position ie: 123 the second position ie: 123 and the third position ie: 123 in the entire column of figures?
I have a spreadsheet, with about 1,500 lines. In column A is a list of numbers that I need to remove the last digit from each number, for example in A22 is 02602726521 - I need this to be 0260272652. The numbers are all uniqe.
How can I remove the last digit from every number, without going in manually to do so?
Is there any way changing general four digit number into hours and minutes?
I have almost 31000 rows of imported data, showing arrival and departure times with four digits (dep 2130, arr 0130) without colons and I need to subtract dep from arr to get block hours. Is there a way to add colon to multiple cells or some other solution to my problem?
Adding colon to 62000 cells one by one does not sound that good to me.
I've modified this macro I found on this forum, all it does is compares 2 lists of 6 digit serial numbers and and then tells me which numbers are in list 1 that are not in list 2.
However, I want to modify it so that it also gives me the numbers in list 2 that are not in list 1 (put into column F). I then need it to cut the matching serial numbers (in columns A and B) from sheet 1 and paste them into sheet 2.
modifying the following VBA code; this code auto-generates 4-digit unique numbers, using zero as one of the starting digit as well. I need the 4-digit numbers NOT to begin with a zero, the 4-digit numbers should only begin with numbers 1-9.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim Cell As Range Dim Test As Integer
I have a large list of phone numbers & some of the numbers do not have area codes. The area code is the same for all numbers. Is there a way to add the area codes to all of these numbers without keying all in manually
In one column (f5:F100) I have five digit numbers that represent a persons code. I have five groups of codes, they are 10000-15000, 16000-19000, 20000-25000, 26000-29000, and 30000-40000. In another column (Column H) I have an "X" saying the are qualified in something.
I am looking for how to write a statement that says answers this question:
How many people are qualified in the codes between 10000-15000.
Ultimately I am going to take this number and divide it by the total number of people in the group to get a percetage of qualified people in the group.
I get a spreadsheet every day that has a column of numbers that contains dates that are not in a date format. Is there a way to convert these numbers to a date format? The numbers come from an outside source so I can't modify on the front end. look at the attached spreadsheet with representative data of what I'm trying to ccomplish.
My company uses 4 types of barcodes 8, 12, 13, & 14 number barcodes for our products my problem is that I can't figure out how to force the barcode to format properly no matter how somebody enters it if they don't use spaces or put them in the wrong spots, I can't use custom formats because there is 4 different layouts
8 digit should be "#### ####" 12 digit should be "###### ######" 13 digit should be "# ###### ######" 14 digit should be "# ## ##### ######"
these barcodes are in columns L, M, & N also right now 'm using a formula in another cell to verify the barcodes by calculating the check digit and comparing it to the check digit typed the formula i'm using is
How to calculate a check digit in excel. The details to calculate this are as follows:
All variables in the calculation are positive integers.
We take each integer of the pro number and multiply it by a value and sum them to get a total.
An Example: 8 Digit Pro Number: 66988757 Pro Number: 6 6 9 8 8 7 5 7 Position in the Pro Number: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Multiply each digit in the pro number by (10-position) in the number, to achieve a sum.
Using our example pro again: 6*(10-1) + 6*(10-2) + 9*(10-3) + 8*(10-4) + 8*(10-5) + 7*(10-6) + 5*(10-7) + 7*(10-8) 6*9 + 6*8 + 9*7 + 8*6 + 8*5 + 7*4 + 5*3 + 7*2 54+ 48+ 63+48+40+28+15+14 = 310 Take the Sum of the previous calculation and divide it by 11 310/11 = 28
(Actually, it's 28.181818, but since we're working with integers, we truncate everything behind the decimal).
Figure a remainder by multiplying the quotient by 11 and subtracting from the sum. Remainder = 310 - (28*11) ---> Remainder = 310 - 308 ----> Remainder = 2 Check Digit = 11- Remainder Check Digit = 11 - 2 ---> Check Digit = 9 Note: if the check digit is 10 or 11, need to subtract 10 from the Check Digit.