I'm trying to develop a formula that can incorporate the search function in amongst a countifs formula. I have a column that contans the string "2.3 Manage Project Delivery" in a single cell. However, a single cell could also contain this text string in amongst other text and be in there multiple times - E.G; "2.1 Manage Customer Support, 2.3 Manage Project Delivery, 2.4 Close Program, 2.3 Manage Project Delivery" etc
My formula currently looks like this: =COUNTIFS('RDC Register'!$AW:$AW,"Not Overdue",'RDC Register'!$C:$C,"2.3 Manage Project Delivery") but it's not counting the cells that have 2.3 Manage Project Delivery in it more than once.
So basically I need to modify my formula to search for this text string in the cell and add all occurrences to the final count.
I have this search function that works well: =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("which is < ",E9)),"test ok", "not ok") my E9 cell contains the phase: "I have a number which is < 9, and which is positive..." E9 has "which is < ", then i get back "test ok"
My question is.... how can I do this multiple times within the same function/cell. i.e. if I wanted to search "which is < " and/or "positive" in the same cell, then i get back "test ok", "positive number") I keep trying all combinations to no avail, like: =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("which is < ",E9)),"test ok", "not ok"), =IF(ISNUMBER(SEARCH("positive",E9)),"positive number", "no good")
Keep in mind I am using a numeric example, although I am using this function to check if part of a cell matches specific text...
The fact that my second brand name is written with spaces ("J & B") could be adding to the problem, I don't know. I thought replacing the "C" with another "IF(ISNUMBER" function should work, but I have been unsuccessful at writing a formula that doesn't cause run-time errors.
Using the search macro code below, could someone please help to add in more codes what I'm currently using, and also where to insert it. The Search function works well for what I need and it helps me to locate data. When using the search function somehow it search all sheets within the workbook but I only want it to search an array of sheets when using this macro that is needed to complete the task for what I'm after.
Macro Public Sub FindText() 'Run from standard module, like: Module1.
Dim ws As Worksheet, Found As Range, rngNm As String Dim myText As String, FirstAddress As String, thisLoc As String Dim AddressStr As String, foundNum As Integer
myText = InputBox("Enter the text that you want to search for:", "Start Search!")
I'm from Bavaria, Germany. Right now, I am doing an internship for my studies. my problem: I need a search procedure which shows an Input Box where you can enter a word to search for. It should work like the original Excel search (Ctrl-F), but with a simpler design, like with my own Text "Enter your Query" and a Button "Submit Query" / "Quit search". Is there the possibility to Highlight the Search Target? The problem hereby is that this highlighting should not be permanent. That means the user sees the target for which he searched for, the cell highlighted in a different color, etc. But as soon as the user clicks onto another cell, etc., the highlighting vanishes. If there is no fitting match, there should be a MessageBox like "Sorry the Target xyz cannot be found"
I have an 'Update' Module that search the value of the Userform1.txt_sc.Value in Column B, but I want to search to 2 criteria, how can i amend the below code to search for 2 criteria ( userform1.txt_sc.value & userform1.txt_linenum.value )
Im using ISNUMBER in a spreadsheet to automatically add a ref number to an entry in the spreadsheet, this is based on the value of a set column. To give you an idea the values are bus services, i.g. 6, 123, 56 etc, when the column has a bus service number entered it auto produces a ref number.
Now the problem is now some service numbers have letters in e.g. X14 X12 36A etc, now these are not recognised and therefore no ref number is given, is there a way of changing my formula to recognise this.
The formula at the moment is as follows
In the ref column (which is locked) =IF(V4=1,COUNTIF($V$3:V4,V4),"")
In column V (which is locked and hiden) =IF(ISNUMBER(D4),1,"""")
I am faced with the daunting assignment of adjusting a payroll report using infrequently exercised logical expressions. I've been careful to try and build my formula adjustments in intermediate steps, so I could test the results, but I can't seem to get past a dual test. I need to create a commission calculation if there are no values in the two columns immediately left of my active cell,col N79, i.e., if L79 OR M79 contain a value, then do nothing, otherwise, multiply contents of G79 * the commission rate contained in named cell "Split3".
This formula works on a single column test: =IF(ISNUMBER(M79)," ",G79*Split3)
But I can't seem to construct a formula to test both column cells. I have tried this unsuccessfully: =IF(OR(ISNUMBER(L79),ISNUMBER(M79)," "),G79*Split3)
The above formula is accepted, but I get: #VALUE, with the explanation: "A value used in the formula is the wrong data type"
I need to create a formula (Sumproduct) that will look at two criteria then total a third column IF the value in the cell of the third column is a number.
The sumproduct will look at one range A1:A100 and see if it matches initials in cell D1, and it will look at the year in column B1:B100 and see if it matches the year in D2. Then it should total the amount in column C1:C100. But the column C to be totaled includes both dollar values and “N/A”. So If I use something like:
I get the #NAME? I believe because some of the values are N/A instead of numbers. So can I say something like:
Can anyone identify the error in my looping? My IsNumber(f) is not working. If I enter a string, an error message will pop up, but if I enter a number (e.g 4 or -4), the same error message pops up too...what can I do?
I cant really set the inputbox to Type:=1, because I want this inputbox to be optional to the user, i.e If user does not enter anything, it will return a 2.
'Get the frequency of coupon payments per year
frequency = Application.InputBox("Please enter the frequency of the coupon payments", _ "Frequency of the coupon payments", , , , , 1)
'If c = 0 Then 'If it is a zero-coupon bond, set the frequency of coupon payments to 0 'frequency1 = 0 'Debug.Print frequency1 'ElseIf frequency = False Then 'frequency1 = 0 'Else frequency1 = determinefrequency(frequency) Debug.Print frequency1 'End If End Sub
' This function automatically sets the value 2 to the Frequency of Coupon Payment of the Bond if the user ' did not enter anything when prompted. ' It also validates if the user entered negative numbers Function determinefrequency(Optional ByVal f As Variant) As Variant
Dim testt As Boolean
Do ' If values have been entered into the inputbox and ' the userinput is a number If Len(f) > 0 And WorksheetFunction.IsNumber(f) Then
I've been trying to use excel's Isnumber or Istext function to evaluate a range of cells, but have been unsuccesful so far. Is it even possible? or is the formula just restricted to evaluating only single cells?
For example, if I do, Isnumber(A1:A10), is there any way to make that work?
I am trying to create code that deletes lines in a spreadsheet when the first column is either blank or has text in it. However, when writing the VBA code, ISNUMBER and ISTEXT do not work. Amazingly, ISBLANK does work.
the attached document. I wish to try and conditionally format Sheet1!D:D depending on if Sheet2!E:E displays a particular letter, when; Matching Sheet1!A:A to Sheet2!A:A Matching Sheet1!B:B if <11 to Sheet2!B:B where cell equals text "Small (7-10)" if Sheet1!B:B is >10 then where Sheet2!B:B equals text "Mid - Large (11-16)" Matching Sheet1!C:C if cell contains "Hcap" to Sheet2!C:C where cell equals "Handicaps". If Sheet1!C:C doesnt contain "Hcap" match to Sheet2!C:C where cell equals "All Races".
To use an example, if E:E in the cell adjacent to all the matches above equals N then the cell in Sheet1!D:D turns red. Cell D52 would become red. D88, D91, D92, D93 and D96 would also become red. Here was my attempt at the formula, no idea if I was close to the answer.
I would like to use the search function in vba to look for a 5 digit number in sheet1(at a specific cell) from a list in sheet2- ie the range. Am I using the range correctly? This code is in a command button in sheet1.
Dim Z As Integer On Error Resume Next Z = Application.WorksheetFunction.Search(111, Worksheets("Sheet2").Range("a1:a100").Value, 1)
I need to create a function that searchs one definitive word or phrase inside of a text in the Excel and creates a vector with the address of the cells that contains it.
Inside of this function, to create the option to change the color of the source or the color of deep, or to erase the indicated cells
Function SearchValue(SearchedValue As String, Interval As Range) Dim Célula As Range For Each Célula In Interval If InStr(1, UCase(Célula.Value), UCase(SearchedValue)) 0 Then If IsEmpty(SearchValue) Then SearchValue = Célula.Address Else SearchValue= SearchValue & ";" & Célula.Address End If End If Next Célula End Function
I am checking whether or not two different cells contain a number or the error #NA.
If one of the cells contains a number then the result will be that number.
If both cells contain #NA then the result should be â€ś99â€ť
Example: Formula in Column C The values are in columns A and B. If the value in cell A is a number the result is A. If the value in cell B is a number the result is B. If the value in cell A and B equal #NA the result is 99
See attached file...I'm having trouble returning a value for the Alpha-numberics that begin with DMR, which should return 'Dishwasher'. All other values are correct, I'm sure it has to do with the character range but I'm a little stumped.
How I could create a search function with this document attached. I want to be able to pull the kids name, location & information over to a search engine when looking for them because I will have over 40 different worksheets with numerous names on each of them.