Last Occupied Cell To The Left And Equal To Or Above Current Cell
Nov 22, 2009
I've been pounding away at a project for two days trying to determine a way to identify a solution, to no avail.
Here is some experimental code. Under the assumption that in Column "A", every fifth line contains some text (a, b, c, etc) I want to place a function in column B that would identify the closest occupied cell above and to the left of the cell containing the function. The sub achieves this, but the function has a problem because of the Activecell line. Is there a way to identify the location of the cell containing the function to act as a reference point for the range?
Application.ScreenUpdating = False
x = ActiveCell.Address
last_heading = ActiveCell.Text
Do Until last_heading ""
last_heading = ActiveCell.Text
Function cathead(Optional reference)
I'm having issues with sumproduct. I can't seem to get the right info that I need. Attached is the file I'm working on. Problem: I need to get the number of people "Occupied", "Partly Occupied" and "Available" on a Monday, Tuesday etc of the current week. "Occupied" means an employee has more than 2 tasks (based on New and Active-To-Date status). "Partly Occupied" means an employee is working on 2 tasks. "Available" means an employee has NO task at all.
Im looking to count fields in column G, where the first 4 letters of column G do not begin with the letters "free", I came up with the following formula which doesn't work at all!!
Im also looking to do the same but with a sumif to perform the sum on a different column of data, but with the criteria LEFT(G15:G164, 4) & "" & "free") - (not sure if this bit is right either) staying the same.
How to correct my formula because it does not work?
Here the formula: =COUNTIFS(Data!C2:C24005,A17,Data!M2:M11149,"<=0")
I need to insert the formula in column C (Findings tab) which counts the rows in Column M (tab named "Data") that equal A17 (Column A in "Findings" tab) and which are less or equal zero. In addition if I drag the formula down I want to only the values be entered in highlighted in blue cells in column C (SKUs With Zero Sales in "Findings" tab) and empty cells in not highlighted cells. I attached images of these two tabs: Data and Findings.
I need a formula that will look in an array and return the first non-zero value it finds to the left of the column where the formula is located. For example, in a row with the following values:
$12,000 $- $- $24,000 $- $-
I would like to place a formula below each cell (in the next row) that reviews the row above and returns the first non-zero value to the left of the location of the current cell so that the results look so:
I have a sheet in Excel 2004 for Mac that is a patient list with over 2000 patients. I need a rule that will compare values (patient IDs and responsible party ID) in two adjacent cells, if the values are different, to delete the entire row. The goal is to get rid of patients (rows) that are not the responsible party (responsible party ID).
i need a code that moves down a column and for every empty cell in the column the cell to the left is cleared and then it moves on to the next cell down. the column is not always the same and will start from a selected cell, and the column will contain no more than 5 rows
Is there a formula to calculate the working days left in the current month? I work in the financial services industry and am putting together a spreadsheet to automatically calculate sales production needs per "working day", based on my businesses schedule.
We are open M-F and Saturday, not including holidays. Now, I can look at a calendar, count the days left and put them in to the spreadsheet, but I'd prefer to have it calculate automatically.
On my spreadsheet, I have used the =TODAY() formula. In the cell below, I would like to have it calculate the actual working days remaining in the current month.
Since today is Sunday August 19th, I know that there are 11 working days left (starting Monday 08-20-2007). Is there a way to get Excel to do that?
I have two cells, both of which have drop down lists for options 'a' & 'b'. When one equals 'a' the other should be restricted into only saying 'b' and vice versa. I would also like the user to be reminded that he can only select 'a' once from the two menus. Ideally I would like to do this in a formula rather than VBA?
I have a spreadsheet with some cells which return values using INDEX and MATCH to bring back the entire details of a person based on there membership number. However I require the comments to be attached with the returned values. The comments have there image in, rather than just text.
I have found some answers with vba, which do the process, however you had to manually enter the cell, from which the comment was to be copied from, into a pop up box. This involved finding the box myself to then select the box to take the comment from. In doing this I had found and read the comment, which is the is the process I'm trying to bypass.
I need to identify rows where the contents of a given cell are equivalent to the cell below. I have managed to get this working based on iterating through the cells and selecting them both for cutting.
However it doesn't work effectively: It seems to be leaving blank lines in the original sheet and further fails after the first execution. I would be grateful for any suggestions on a good method to perform the following operations: (1)to compare the cell with the cell below I have used
If cell = cell.Offset(1, 0) Then
(2)to act on the rows for the two connected rows
' Loop through rows
Dim TheExtract As String Dim cell As Range
'Application. ScreenUpdating = False For Each cell In Worksheets("Sheet 1"). _ Range("A1", Worksheets("Sheet 1").Range("A65536").End(xlUp)) TheExtract = cell If cell = cell.Offset(1, 0) Then cell.Rows("1:2").EntireRow.Select Selection.Cut Sheets("Test").Select ActiveCell.Offset(3, 0).Rows("1:1").EntireRow.Select Selection.Insert Shift:=xlDown End If Next cell 'Application.ScreenUpdating = True
I would like to add a value to a cell. The value in this cell will either be 1, 2, 3 or 4.
The value of this cell needs to be "1", if the cell to its left is "Red". The value of this cell needs to be "2", if the cell to its left is "Purple". The value of this cell needs to be "3", if the cell to its left is "Green". The value of this cell needs to be "4", if the cell to its left is "Blue".
I believe I need to find the HEX values for the colors, but that is no problem, I just need the formula of the function if you know it.
I have Column A and Column B. Every row in column A is populated, but only some of the rows in column B are populated. I need a formula that copies column A if B is blank. (i.e. If B6 is blank, copy A6). Thoughts?
code that will go to a cell in Sheet1 column A that has the same or closest value to cell B11 in another workbook. The number values in the column are to three decimal places and the run in order down the column from lowest value to hightest.
I have a monthly forecast document that is updated by an operator monthly. At the end of the month, the operator presses a "Copy Accrual" macro that copies accruals for the month and stores them on a seperate tab. After sending the document back to the Finance team (necessary step due to software complications), Finance will send the operator back an updated file at beginning of next month. The operator than presses a "Paste Reversal" macro that is supposed to input the negative of the accrual stored in the seperate tab. The problem is that it is posting as the same value (not negative of value). I tried recording a Macro to fix this, but it did not work. An example of the code that came up with is:
Sheet 1 is a table with the first column and first row as text (table headings). The first column is names and first row is from report names.Namereport 1report 2Jane Doe114John Doe52
Sheet 2 is the report1, for example purposes NameJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJane DoeJohn DoeJohn DoeJohn DoeJohn DoeJohn Doe
I am trying to have it to so that when you double click on cell B2 of sheet1, it will go to sheet2 and autofilter on the value to the left of B2 on sheet1 "Jane Doe"
This is what I have so far but when I double click on B2 it just moves the cursor to the cell to the left instead of filtering on the value of the cell to the left on sheet2.
Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean) Dim id As String
If IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = False Then ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1).Select Else id = CStr(Selection) Sheet2.Activate Sheet2.Range("A1:A500").AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:=IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = False And ActiveCell.Offset(0, -1).Value.id
3. All the other cells in that row are shaded blue. Look at these.
4. Look at the "Volunteer" row - all the cells in that row are shaded blue. Look at these.
5. Wherever a name - any name - appears in the "Volunteer" row, 1 is added to the previous number in the "Days so far" section and the result is displayed in cell from the "Days so far" row above that Volunteer's name.
6. For example, we begin in C1 with a count of 12 days so far - this was manually entered
7. In cell H5, we see Henry has volunteered 1 day. The total no. of days so far should now be 12+1. Therefore, the number in H1 should be 13.
8. In cell G47, we see Joseph has volunteered 1 day. The total number of days volunteered BEFORE Joseph volunteered is 15 (see cell D43). But now, with Joseph volunteering 1 day, the total no. of days so far should now be 15+1. Therefore, the number in G43 should be 16.
9. what formula l must put in the "Days so far" row (excluding cell C1, which is manually input) to give me the "should be" results predicted in that row? I'm guessing it will be a formula which looks at each row fragment of the "Days so far" row, row by row, right up to the previous cell in that row, all within one formula.
P.S. I just want to leave the "Days so far" row blank, for any columns where there are no volunteers in the "Volunteer" row, so please don't give a formula which inserts zero for days with no volunteer, and then sums the cumulative total.