I have a rather large formula that I put together and it's shown in column 'C' in the small sample file I have attached. I'd like to add one more criteria such that I avoid duplicate solutions in column 'C'. i.e. I only want the first occurrence of a group.
The formula works fine 'bucketing' the first entry. If I have an solution in C I want the formula to not give me another answer if the cell immediately above has an answer. In other words, rows 11 and 15 would be blank because rows 10 and 14 have an answer.
I've tried inserting another criteria in the AND statement, like ISBLANK for the cell above, but I can't get it to work. What am I doing wrong, OR is there a simpler solution?
=IF(C2="Windows",B2,IF((AND(A2=A3,C3="Windows")),B3,IF((AND(A3=A4,C4="Windows")),B4,IF((AND(A4=A5,C5="Windows")),B5,IF((AND(A5=A6,C6="Windows")),B6,IF((AND(A6=A7,C7="Windows")),B7,IF((AND(A7=A8,C8="Windows")),B8,"None")))))))Here is a link to the spreadsheet (D2 being the formula cell):
Basically, I am trying to put the columns data (if it has a porch, conservatory, windows) into one row for the contract number, as the dump which I have, is giving me seperate row's instead of one.
I am trying to get the formula to check if the contract number matches on the following row, and if it does, to check if the Product Description matches the header of that row (if it's a window, conservatory) if so, copy the quantity cell into D1, however, it's copying it even if the contract numbers do not match and I do not know where I am going wrong!!
Objective: To find out which customers order certain items and which customers dont order certain items. Many customers may order the same item eg customer A, B, C, D all order item "4567"
I have 2 worksheets.
Worksheet 1: Showing 30 item codes, item description and customers. Items in col A (A2:A31), description in col B (B2:B31) runnning down vertically. Customer name in cell 1 of all other columns running across horizontally, eg C1, D1, E1.... (C1:GF1). There are 186 customers. (A formula needs to start at C3 and dragged to GF3)
Worksheet 2: Raw data showing customers in column A and items in column B, There are 3,753 rows. Customer in column A are duplicated as the same customer may order a number of items so for eg
I have a spreadsheet which contains dates (amongst other info) of when a specific form was completed for a client. We have 'date windows' which these should fall into. I'm really struggling with how to work this one out and whether to use nested IF's or try some kind of code (although my vb knowledge kind of stops after recording a macro). Bascially I need to know for each 'date window' if the window has been met or missed. There may be up to 30 different dates per person (in my example sheet I have up to 9).
I currently use 3 different formulas to return a value I want. The first one is =LEN to return a value. I then want to decuct 1 from this length value so I just use =A2-1 in the next cell. I then use =right so my returned result is always the X right most characters -1. Is there a way I can nest all these formulas so I'm getting the desired result in just one cell?
I have searched the threads high and low, but no one seems to have come across this issue: My formula works fine untill it comes across a blank in Comparison!E16: =IF(AND(Comparison!E14=Comparison!E15,Comparison!E15=Comparison!E16),"",IF(AND(Comparison!E14=Comparison!E15,Comparison!E16=""),"") IF(AND(Comparison!E14<>Comparison!E15),Comparison!E14))
I am comparing cells from a previous sheet onto Comparison so that I can see where the discrepancies lie.
I want to: return nothing if all the cells match; return nothing if the first two match, but the third is blank; return the value if the first cell isn't matching
keeping in mind that this is only for the top cell: Comparison!14 - I will then have to bring it down to 15 and 16
One of my macros is a tied to a worksheet_change. The macro runs and gives me the result that i want, however excel flips to the sheet that the sub is running for.
Sheet1, Change the cell excel flips the visible to sheet2 macro runs
Its kinda of annoying. I would like excel to stay on sheet1 where i am trying to finish data entry. I suspect it is how i have writen the macro. Any help at all on how to clean it up.. or a better way to write the same thing would be very appreciated.
' Term_Placement Macro ' Uses the Value of Term to insert a formula repeatedly in a colum.
Dim sNFormula As String Dim rTerm As Range Dim rStart_Cell As Range Dim rNpayment As Range
'The reference cell located directly above the first cell in column Set rStart_Cell = Worksheets("Floor Plan").Range("$B$13") 'Additional set values....................
I have the following code that I am trying to distribute over an array. The best case scenario is that the code enters the text of the formula instead of the calculated value. When I tried to tweak a few things I couldn't even get the text to show up. This seems to only happen on the formulas which include If_Then statements. Other straight forward formulas such as "sum" etc... seem to go into place and calculate.
I have a student grade worksheet with this formula and it returns # DIV/0 which I need to solve the problem. I have tried many different ways and none seem to work. Con someone assist with this problem. Here is the formula:
I am creating a worksheet and I have a formlua where the value is text. I can make it work standing alone but not with other variables. =IF(E11=S1,0)+(IF(E12=S1,0)+(IF(E13=S1,0.0025))+IF(E14=S1,"Call for Prciing"))
Basically I need a formula that takes into effect many variables. It needs to check a size, thickness, and material, to determine a cost...
1.5 O.D. - 16GA - 304SS = $X
1.5 O.D. - 18 GA - 304SS = $Y
The problem I have is not only am I not understanding a lot of Excel jargon, the data set is not in perfect "example" conditions.
O.D. is in N:N yet there are blanks between N(x) and N(y), GA is in O:O yet blanks between O(a) and O(b), and so on.
Here is what I have at the moment, it uses a second sheet to derive the cost based on the parameters. Please ignore the first few terms, they are used with this cost lookup to give me my final. There also may be incorrect syntax in this, but since I get a nesting error first, I really don't know.
I am wondering if I have nested too many functions for this to work properly. In the case where one of the first two if statements are true (an error would be produced), I am receiving a "0" as specified. However, in the case where the statement VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&D75,'Sheet1'!$A$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE) results in an error then I should have the return of VLOOKUP(C75&" - "&G75,'Sheet1'!$B$3:$I$5442,9,FALSE), but am getting a #REF! error instead.
I thought that a nested if is what I needed, but now I don't know what I need I have explained in greater detail within my sample that's attached. Quote:....
I don't know how to write a function for what I need. Right now I have a function that says '= if $b7=0,0,if($d7>$d5,-1,1)), but I've found a problem. If there's more than one zero it throws off what I'm doing. I need a function that will ignore any zeros within column D and use the second to last number. For example:
The formula in E12 should read '=if($B12=0,0,if($D12>$D8,-1,1)) The formula in E13 should read '=if($b13=0,0,if($D13>$D9,-1,1)) The formula in E20 should read '=if($b20=0,0 ,if($d20>$d12,-1,1))
I just don't know how to write this so that it will go back to the second to last number other than zero.
I'm trying to do a nested formula to automatically assign a region number based on what the County is. We have 88 counties we deal with, split into 7 regions. What is the best way to go about setting up a formula to do this, so I don't have to do it manually? I believe the last time I tried doing something like this, I received an error saying that Excel didn't support a formula as big as what I was writing.