I am trying to find a way to use information in one cell in order to look up corresponding multiple values on another sheet. The problem that I am running into is that VLOOKUP only returns the first value. I need the values to be calculated in different cells going vertically, not all combined in the same cell as was in an earlier post. I am not looking to sum anything so a pivot table also doesnt work.
Sample data: A / B / C / D Identifier / Pub ID / Invoice # / Job # ABCD1234 / ABCD / 1234 / A41254 ABCD1234 / ABCD / 1234 / B41254 ABCD1234 / ABCD / 1234 / C41254 DCBA4321 / DCBA / 4321 / A56789
I am looking for it to do this: A / B Identifier / Job # ABCD1234 / A41254 / B41254 ETC.
I want to enter ABCD1234 into another worksheet and have it return all of the job #'s, but I have a lot of these so I don't want to have to look up how many job numbers there are associated with it and have to enter different formulas into multiple cells. Filtering also isn't an option as there are simply too many cells to calculate.
I'm trying to find the sum of a range of values based on multiple criteria, and the criteria is that the fields all have to be identical, then sum them. I've attached a brief example spreadsheet that has the fields
A=City B=State C=Values
What I want the formula to do is first find the range of all the matching states, then find the range of all the matching Cities within the states, and then sum the values based on them having matching city values.
I've been able to do that with one criteria using SumIf, I'm not sure if this will help paint an image of what I want to do:
But I can't figure out the way to do multiple criteria against itself. Most of the results I get from Google using multiple criteria are using a set few values, and I can't seem to figure out how to alter those methods to work with my situation.
Worksheet 1: In column A I have a people's initials. In coumn B I have text boxes with miscellaneous text. (The same person could have multiple rows within this sheet.)
e.g. AAA blue BBB orange AAA round CCC smelly AAA elongated
Worksheet 2 I want to show: A2 = initials, B2 = first text box associated with that person, C2 = second text box (different row) associated with that person (if applicable), D2 = third text box (different row) associated with that person (if applicable), etc.
e.g. AAA blue round elongated BBB orange CCC smelly
I'm looking to return the values in column A adjacent to the cells in Column B equal to "Y". The kicker has been returning only the cells where the condition is true. Column C displays the desired behavior.
The closest I've been able to get is with a simple IF statement but I'm pretty sure the answer is a far cry away from there and likely requires an array formula. I'd prefer not to use VLOOKUP or OFFSET but will if the alternative is very complex.
I have a workbook with multiple sheets in it. One sheet is an Overview sheet, and the others represent the months (JAN, FEB, MAR, etc). On the Overview sheet, I have a few columns of data set up that I need to retrieve from the various sheets within the workbook. The thing is, this data can occur more than once on any particular sheet and it's very likely to occur multiple times throughout the workbook. For example, compressor #1 was blown down on January 1, January 15, February 5, February 9, February 12, April 22, and so on. Compressors 2-5 were also blown down multiple times throughout the year, as well as various other equipment that I have listed out throughout the numerous monthly tabs. On the Overview sheet, I have the columns Equipment, Date, Temp, Begin PSIG and MCF Loss. I'm needing to get the information from those tabs into these columns.
I first tried a simple VLOOKUP. After all, it's worked for so many situations similar to this, why wouldn't it work here? I quickly found that it won't work here because I need to return multiple results, not just the first one it comes across.
When I copy the formula down it seems to return the same results in every cell, not the next result, and the next, and the next, and so on.
I've got a mega excel sheet right now with multiple people making updates to it on a daily basis. As such I am trying to find a way to output various totals in a separate static table which i can grab at any point and be confident numbers are correct.
The problem, firstly I cant figure out how to have multiple true false formulas checking the sheet from 1 cell. i.e "Check column B True/False for RestrauntNameXYZ + Check column E for true/false GroupABC + check column G for true/false Lunch"
Calculate sum of column A for all rows which above combinations of true/false checks spit out.
I have a bill of materials with a description column. I want to search that column for various words (ie. wheel, screw, spacer, shelf, etc) and return a value into another new column depending on that value (wheel inputs wheel, screw inputs hardware, spacer inputs hardware, shelf inputs shelf).
How Excel shows you how to search will only return one value because I can't use an else statement:
I need to match cells e3:h3 whenver the dates change in in cells c5:c9 and then put there result of cells b5:b9 into the corresponding cells of e5:h9.
Basically what I'm saying is that I want to keep a track of all previous pay amounts from each pay period. So when the next period changes the date it also copies the new pay amount to the corresponding date of the previous pay section.
im having trouble with an IF argument as you can see from example the data sheet is where i need the result,the first formula i have done in B24 but cant understand why the 2nd argument will not go in and i keep getting a value error as shown in C24. i need say If in the sunday tab G8="A1"then insert G32.Then do it for "A2"=G32 and so on.all in Data B24 Is there a shorter way as i have to go up to A9 B9 C9 D9.
I am trying to write a macro that has multiple if arguments.
An example is as follows:
If cell b11 had fill colour red, then colour fill cell B8 green, If cell b11 had fill colour green, then colour fill cell B8 red, If cell b11 had fill colour yellow, then colour fill cell B8 blue, If cell b11 had fill colour blue, then colour fill cell B8 yellow, end if.
I have a workbook that updates from external source and creates sheets depending on a cell range.
I have put tab 1 and tab 0 on either end of where the new sheets will be inputted, will never know how many sheets
What i need to happen is if someone fills in "complete" in A7 in my "summary" sheet then the values in row 6 in all the other sheets get hardcoded. This needs to happen from A7 down to A26, so A8 = complete then copy row 7 etc This is what i have so far
I get compile error here ........Sheets(ArrSh(1)).Activate
Also need it to work for all the other rows.
Sub hardcode() ' 'Sheets("Summary"). Select If Range("a7") = "complete" Then ' Sheets(Array("1", "0")).Select Sheets(ArrSh(1)).Activate
Basically I have a workbook that contains two worksheets, sheet1 contains flight numbers in column A and column E contains the Charge code that belongs to the flight number. The problem I have is that in some cases the flight number can appear more than once in the column and the corresponding charge code is different. Is there a way of using a look up to find the flight number and bring back the corresponding Charge code in sheet2?
Please note I have attached a summorised version of the workbook, the actual Travel# in sheet2 is in column R and the Charge code in sheet2 is in column AD.
I have list of 2043 rows and i have like 29 values i need to look up and return me several values that associated with that particular number but I want it to list them horizontally or even vertically but whenever i get the right code in one cell and i drag that green box it formats it in a weird way that gives me an error.
Here is the sheet I would like an VBA or macro.... my VBA code is already on here but somehow i get an error.
So what i did was the first code followed this example still get errors [URL] .....
So match pcode columnsA to find and return the columnB result somewhere else on the sheet list them out horizontally preferred or vertically.
I'm looking to create a UDF called ListItems which will look through a range and create a one column contiguous list of non-blank values.
e.g. below is Range("A1:C3") --> ignore the Column Headers, they're just included for visual reference.
Column A Column B Column C
John Peter Mary Andy Dave Karen
If the user used =ListItems(A1:C3) in cell D1, the result would be:
John Peter Mary Andy Dave Karen
Couple of things to consider:
1. The user would most likely have to confirm this function with Ctrl+Shift+Enter --> that is fine
2. A UDF might not be the most efficient/suitable solution to this "problem", but I'm currently learning about UDFs, so am more interesting in how they work, than determining the most elegant/correct way to resolve this issue.
3. The order of the resultant values which I have used above (i.e. reading the range passed to the UDF from left to right one row at a time), is not critical, if it is easier to read top to bottom one column at a time, that would be absolutely fine too.
when writing user-define functions in VBA, how do you set up the help on function arguments, so that they appear in the dialog box for the user to enter the correct argument values?
(For example, in the VBA function ACOS, yoh have to enter "Number", and the dialog box explains: "Number is the cosine of the angle you want and must be from -1 to 1." I want to do the same with my own functions).
I have a list of countries in column A, there are duplicates in this list. In column B are numbers corresponding to the country.
A B IRELAND 1221 GERMANY 2341 USA 3443 IRELAND 2231
Ireland could be in the list and have up to 20 different values beside it in column B
On a separate sheet i have a drop down list of all the countries. I am looking for a vlookup or something similar to return a list of all the numbers beside IRELAND when Ireland is selected in the drop down list.
I had been trying a vlookup but this looks at the list and stops at the first "IRELAND" it finds and just returns the value beside the first "IRELAND"
I am trying to write a formula that is based on a vlookup that will return multiple values. Attached is a spreadsheet that is an example for what I am trying to do. On the download tab it is an example of a general ledger. On the total tab I want to enter a GL# and have it list all the entries for that GL number. I know I can try an array, but I have not been able to figure that out.
I am remodeling my home and have put together a budget template. I have uploaded the file to make things easy to understand. Basically I want to return the values from column F and G on sheet "ledger" to the corresponding account name to column H in sheet "budget". For example, rows 14, 21, and 22 in the "budget" sheet currently correspond to the "fuel" account. I would like those values in column G (or F) to be added and calculated in cell H58 in the "budget" sheet.
I managed to found an array formula that return multiple values with a condition. Below the formula:
I am attaching a simple file. In cell O4 I paste the formula, and I drag it as much as I need. But my issue comes when the formula begins the calculations. I need to calculate 50 columns with over 9,000 rows each column (over 45,000 arrays). Imagine the processing load to my computer and the consuming of time.
Is there a way to use a lookup formula to return all values of a given text, not just the value of the first listing of the text. In an attempt to clarify my already confusing request, if A5 on "worksheet1" is "Land" I want E5 on "worksheet1" to return the summation of values assigned to "Land" "worksheet2" "column B" any time "Land" appears on "Worksheet2" "Column A".
I have a workbook with 2 sheets. The sheet called 'data' contains all purchasers names (which do get repeated), the item they bought and 3 item costs, all in range A1:E15. The 'lookup' sheet allows the user to enter a purchasers name in cell B1, then I want all the items that purchaser bought listed with the corresponding item costs. I've attached a sample spreadsheet.
I'm having trouble getting my payroll data to combine. I've been using VLOOKUP to look up employees by their Personel Number (Column A) and return their name (column B), Cost Center (Column C), the Fund that they are paid from (Column D) and the Amount they are paid (Column E). The problem is that some employees are being paid out of 2 or more funds and VLOOKUP is only returning the fund that appears first, leaving out the other portion of their pay and thus making my grand total quite far off. How can I get Excel to return all the entries for a particular Personel Number? There are more than 16000 employees, so this is no small spreadsheet.