Basically I want to see more dates, as you can see I've dropped down Cell B1 (31-Mar) to the B28 (27-Apr) Obviously if I wanted to see past 27-Apr I would just continue the drop down but I want to keep it within 28 rows and carry the dates onto cell C1-C28, D1-D28 etc, is there any way to do this using the drop down function or will I have to drop down each column individually then look date in the last row of that column and type the next date myself on the next column and drop it down?
I'm trying to lock the cells of my work book both vertically and horizonatlly. There are "header criteria" on both colums and rows that I want to lock so when you scroll down or over the title bars stay. When I've done it in the past it won't let me lock both correctly.
In the attached spreadsheet, I have the original data display horizontally (sheet2). Col A is Patient #. The header in row 1 are the test codes. Each patient took only 1 test and have result reported either neg, pos, pending or not eval. How do I transpose the header and have the test results consolidated in 1 column accordingly as display in sheet 3.
For what reason would a table not extend vertically on it's own when an entry is made in the next row directly beneath it? On all of my sheets I could swear the table will automatically extend vertically, but on one workbook that has 10 duplicated and then modified sheets with tables (I mention that for it might have been something from the original that was copied that is the problem), the table easily expands horizontally when a value is placed in a column next in line, but not the same for the next row!
I am working on a pivot table just like the one on the picture here [URL] .......
Ideally I wanted the sums by date to be displayed horizontally and not vertically as shown in the picture, but was unable to do so. Anyways, I want to be able to filter those dates, so I can display data just from an specific date, and then change this date whenever I want and the new data will show up.
I tried doing by the checkbox that appears under the "data" dropdown on top of the column; However, when I uncheck a specific date, it dissapears and I have to add it again if I want to see it. Is there a way to keep the values on the dropdown even after I uncheck them? Or even another way to filter the information? Below is the pic of the dropdown I get when trying to sort the data, But as I said If I uncheck one of the values, it dissapears from the list.
I have a percent value in cell E3, for example, then other numbers in cells H3through AA3. The formula is for all numbers in cells H3 through AA3 to be multiplied by the percent value in cell E3.
When I try to copy the formula entered in cell H3 to the rest of the cells across the same row, it does not copy as I would like. Instead of having all cells multiply cell E3, it will progress through each next cell. How can I format all cells I choose in row 3 to multiply the same cell, E3?
What I want is to be able to change the percent value in E3, for instance, and have all other cells automatically change values according to the percent they are multiplying in cell E3. I have about 160 rows I want to do this same thing in.
Im working on a financial forecast in ecxel and I'm trying to drag a formula from left to right, while referencing horizontal cells from a different tab:
Specifically, I have created a "loan schedule" which shows 12 monthly interest payments starting in cell B46 and ending in cell B57.
In a separate tab labelled "Balance Sheet", I would like to show the first interest payment ('loan schedule'!B46) in cell C28. Next, I would like to select the cell and drag it to the right so that the remaining 11 interest payments will be transferred into D29, E29, F29 etc. Unfortunately,the spreadsheet doesn't reference to the vertically listed interest payments from the loan schedule but instead references the cell to the right of the interest payment. Using "$" seems to be of no support.
I have a formula in cell A1 that I need to drag downwards so that it fills cells A2 to A10. That formula is picking up the figures located in another sheet but the figures on that sheet are arranged horizontally (A1 to J1). Is there a formula to perform this action? I've tried playing around with the $ sign in my formulas but it does not work.
I began to ponder a way to copy down cells so that the copying of the formulas results in references as shifting horizontally instead of vertically. One particular reason that this occurred to me had to do with my attempting to use Excel to make more orderly text copied from Adobe.
So, for example, if I copied text from Adobe, I would paste it in Excel. Thirty lines of text would past vertically into a column, from Row A1 to Row A30, with each line of text in its own row. I wanted to figure out a way so that in adjacent columns, I could put it so that I would have a set of formulas reading in =A1 in Column C cell/row 1, =A2 in Column D cell 1, =A3 in Column E cell/row 1, =A4 in Column F cell/row 1, =A5 in Column G cell/row 1, and so forth. I realized that if I copied this down, in the second row, the result would entail references to A2, A3, A4, A5, A6. I would prefer that the references update to A6, A7, A8, A9, and A10.
is it possible to concatenate the contents of several cell vertically into a single cell? like using (e.g. B47&B48&B49&B50&B51&B52) in a statement but make it vertical? and make some parts blank if it does not contain data.
(CODE)=IF(AND(A45=”1”),*CONCATENATE VERTICAL B47 to B52*, IF(AND(A45=”2”),*CONCATENATE VERTICAL D47 to D52*, IF(AND(A45=”3”),*CONCATENATE VERTICAL F47 to F52*,””)))
I have a project that requires merging several worksheets into a "Master"worksheet in the same workbook. But because each of the worksheets have a different number of columns, I need to add each worksheet to the Master horizontally. The finished Master should appear just like each of the origional worksheets are lying side by side.
The code below adds the Master worksheet, copies each of the worksheets, and inserts it into the Master. So far so good. It does so perfectly on the first worksheet to be copied. But as it loops through the rest, the column widths get messed up. Is there any way to keep the column widths the same as the origional on my master worksheet?
I have many excel sheets with 1000 columns and 100,000 rows. I have to import these sheets into SAS system which wont let me import more than 250 columns per sheet (it misses the remaining columns, though rows it can import all of them). So, one solution is break each such sheets into 4 individual sheets. Ofcourse I can manually take the cursor to 250th column and copy/paste that data into another sheet and so on. But this is cumbersome and also means there is chance of mistake.
Is there a way I can divide the sheets into 4 sheets separately with each sheet having equal number of columns? Another thing I need to do is that on the top row there are company codes -most of them start with a letter which is fine. There are few which start with a number and I have to add a dummy letter x before the number. Now since there are 1000 columns, I have to scan the top row of all 1000 columns to find number codes which are scattered unevenly. So I was wondering if there is a way to tell excel to change all such number codes with extra x behind each number?
We can center horizontally with TextAlign (Left, right or center). Can we center text in a textbox on a userform vertically? I am working with multiple fonts, when a user selects a font I attempt to format a textbox as a display to show what is being created (Best WYSIWYG as I can). I have this particular font that is just ugly but is required. My textbox is set for a 12 point font but the displayed characters partially appear below the lower portion of the textbox. Think of cutting off about 1/3 of the bottom of all text in the textbox.
In my textbox it seems like the text could be moved up (some type of top margin?). All other fonts appear to display in the textbox vertically central, so I believe its the particular font selected causing the as displayed anomaly.