I have a data set that I wish to look up the data from one column and if it is greater then 0 write it in another column separated by commas. Here is an example:
The data is dates that a service was provided and how many time that day it was done and not everyone gets the service on the same days. I would like to summarize the days of the month that service was provided not number of times into 1 cell.
A B C Row 1 November Row 2 1 5 15 Row 3 1 0 2 Row 4 0 1 3
November is in A3
If A2 is greater then 0 I want to write A1 A2 If A2 and A3 is greater then 0 I want to write A1 A2, A3 If A2 is 0 and B2 is greater then 0, I want to write A1 B2
I am an Excel Novice. I don't know very much at all about how it works, what formulas are or any of its intracacies. My job requires me to take information from an Excel file that is emailed to me.
I need to know in the simplest terms how to take the first column (which is last names) and add a comma to the end of each name (one in each cell) all the way down that column, before I copy and paste them, so they will read "last name comma space first name".
I'm looking to insert a comma between letters and numbers like seen below using Windows 7 and Excel 2013. I'd prefer to do this through a formula and not a VBA script. I know this is easy to do if you know how many characters strings are going to be and the format stays consistent.
I have a very strange problem in DEBUG mode, because i get this error "Application-defined or object-defined error" when referring to a cell and assigning it a value so it goes to my error handler and i have a Resume Next there. It continues to go through the code whilst continuing to go to the error handler but when i step out of the function it restarts again from the beginning on the called function and then on the second run of my code it seems to WORK!?! So i'm thinking what the hell is going on, it falls over and fails the first time round and works the second time round? In free-run mode from excel i just get a #VALUE!
That works well so far. Now what I want to do is, to use a form and enter a number and have the row 1 inserted in this row number (because it should not always be in row 7). For example that i can insert 38 in the form and it will copy the row number 1 to row number 38. I tried this:
I've then used a simple count formula to add up the number by each stage and it's these numbers that I want the macro to use when determining how many rows to input.
A second worksheet hosts the desired output - a simple report template, split into stages for each status type (completed, planning etc.) with the correct number of rows for each.
Completed AuditsCharlieDeltaReportingBetaAudits in ProgressAlphaAudits in PlanningOmega
So, I want the macro to ensure that we have the right number of rows for each stage, as this month will be run on a monthly basis and the stage each audit is at will change, and the number of rows required in each section will also be different.
I am trying to keep my checkbook in excel and want to make a spreadsheet that inserts a row every time I hit enter. That way my most reason transaction and balance is always at the top rather than the bottom of the spreadsheet... The inserted row should have the same formulas as the row below.
I can not remember how to do the following. in column N have numbers ranging from 1 to 100. I need to get numbers counted in this grouping. >50, <50 >70, <70 >85, <85. I don't even remember how to start. I tried
I have one column of data. there are currently ~10k rows, but this will increase over time. each row has either a single value (example: pepsi) or a comma separated value (google,samsung) with up to 6 commas. instead of the rows looking like this:
pepsi google,samsung coca-cola
I want them to look like this in one column (preferably via a formula):
pepsi google samsung coca-cola
I would like the above output to be a unique, alphabetized list.
I have a column of dates that are not being recognized as dates unless if I manually select each cell and press enter. For example the cell value is "Jul/13' and isn't recognized as "01/06/2013" until I select it and hit enter. How can I get around this?
I am making a deposit sheet schedule, which has 10-15 batches of deposits that are entered one after the other, vertically. Each deposit entry can be allocated to many different expense accounts, so a deposit will be 500 with 400 to rent, 50 utitilies, etc. So I need multiple summation rows
So, I want to add a sum row beneath each set of deposits.
My problem is that each deposit is a different amount of rows long.
I was thinking of doing something like this:
'totalRow() is each row where the summation formulas will go totalRow(0) is not an actual sum row, but tells me where the first row of data lies.
I have hundreds of email addresses listed in a Wordpad file- entries are separated by a comma. When I use the Excel Import function, all data is successfully imported into an Excel spreadsheet- BUT in a single row. I would like to have this info in a single column (A)- then I could easily alphabetize the entries and eliminate duplicates.
I have a macro that creates an email based on the contents of each column in the worksheet. The macro works great, but I would like to format a column (A) which contains numbers into the Comma Style, prior to sending out the email.
Is there a VBA code that will format a given column (A) into a certain style (Currency, Comma, Percentage, etc) ?
I have a list of terms in a spreadsheet. Assume they start in cell A1 and they descend down for the next 300 cells. Basically I need to pull those terms into a single text string where the terms are comma delimited.
What I have been doing is concatenating them so they all end with a comma, copy them 25 at a time, pasting values and transposing then running a concatenate formula for the 25 terms. Do this 10-15 times to create that many comma delimited lists then concatenate those lists to create one all in one list.
The list (starting in A1) looks like this: Dog Cat House Car Boat Mom Dad
but I need: Dog,Cat,House,Car,Boat,Mom,Dad
If possible to do this with a formula please do so as my knowledge of using VBA modules is limited but if this must be done using VBA please realize that I'm in the thrid grade compared to your knowledge so please explain how to implement the module as clearly as possible.
I have a dataset that i want to update, to do this I want to insert 8 rows after each row that has a value in Column C 2000. The set has 600,000 rows, comparing countries (cty, cty2) from 1980-2000. I want to make room for information up till 2008. I see lots of codes for doing this but I will also need help with actually inserting into my spread sheet.