# Long Expression For For Sum Range

Jul 22, 2009what the long expression for the range being summed below.

Reason: I need to exclude some cell values.

what the long expression for the range being summed below.

Reason: I need to exclude some cell values.

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I need a formula that will search the range D8-D100 to confirm that all cells within that range are either 11 characters in length or blank. I will use it inside of an error message that will look something like this:

=IF(****formula that checks to make sure all of the cells in that range are blank or 11 characters****=TRUE, "", "Please make sure that all cells are 11 digits or blank")

I have two conditions setup in Options>View - Zero Values.", "style="background: #FFFFFF;padding: 2px;font-size: 10px;width: 550px;"");' onmouseout='GAL_hidepopup();'>formatting.htm" target="_blank">conditional formatting. The first is setup for alternate row coloring with this formula inside Conditional Formatting:

Formula is = MOD(ROW(),2)

My Second Condition is

Cell Value is between $P$10 and $Q$10. This sets the font bold and a different color. The two cell values are two dates. I want to change the cells font color and bolding as long as the value is within that date range. It works fine, but for cells that are on the row that is colored the second condition doesn't apply for some reason.

I want to count the number of cells in a row containing a value greater than a fixed number but less than a number entered in another cell.

For example, in the cells A1..K1 I want to know the number of cells which have an entry greater than 7 but less than the value I have entered in cell M3. I have used the COUNTIF in other circumstances but I cannot find out how to use it with this "greater than and less than" condition?

I'm having trouble with the Rmdir statement.

I have tried ...

I'm trying to make an expression to calculate some fields in Excel 2007.

Trying to check fields up to a given number and give them a high multiplier, and add the rest of the numbers with a lower multiplier.

I have multiple fields with numbers in hundreds. I want to multiply the sum of this fields (up to 500) with 4. But the expression must also start the count from the first field, and when im hitting 500 as a sum I want the rest to be added with 2 as multiplier (the reason for the prioritizing of the fields is that they also have their own values/multipliers, but I'll skip that to avoid to much confusion here).

It's probably a lousy description. I'll give an example:

Field 1__Field 2__Field 3____Sum

100____300_____500______2800

How in earths name did I get that Sum you might ask.

((100 + 300 + 100) * 4) + (400 * 2) = 2800

400 is the number left from the third field wich I only want to multiply with 2 instead of 4.

Another example:

Field 1__Field 2__Field 3____Sum

300____600_____500______2000

((300 + 200 + 0) * 4) + (900 * 2) = 3800

900 is taken from the rest value of field 2 and 3.

If there any way of doing this "sum check and multiply, and then add the rest with a different multiplier"?

With Excel you can do If(array, array2, false) to poplulate another array. Is there a way to replication this without looping. For instance can the IIf hold an array as its expression or is there any other way of replicating this If statement without looping?

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a) The first letter cannot be number

b) the password should have a combo of numbers letters and one special character

c) The password should begin with a big case letter

Here's what I need to do. I have a list of row numbers in AA2:AA6, so for i =1 to 5

I want to insert a page break before cell (column AA and Row(#in cell AA2-5))

I'm trying to figure out the whole Regular Expression thing...so I figured Hotpepper's EXDATA UDF would be a good place to try and rewrite with Regular Expression...I got it to work...but not sure why as it seems opposite of what I would have expected...

eg pattern [^/d] i thought would give me everything except numerics...but it appears to be giving me numerics....

here's the code and sheet...can someone help explain what's going on? .......

I am currently using a SUMIF statement as follows: =SUMIF(W1:W1500, "Charnwood" & "*", S1:S1500). The problem i am having is the fact that SUMIF doesn't work with a reference to a closed worksheet. I tried using SUMPRODUCT but it did not work. The reason it didn't work is because I need to find in column W anything with Charnwood and anything else past it, auch as Charnwood Estates. This is what I tried: =SUMPRODUCT((W1:W1500="Charnwood")*(W1:W1500="*")*(E1:E1500="S"),S1:S1500)

which of course is a syntax error.

Using Excel 2007 the below code causes Run Time Error '16', Expression too complex.

It works fine in Excel 97, 2000 and 2003.

why this would now cause an error?

My search on google only refers to this error in relation to charts.

I am getting 'Constant Expression Required' and this line of code highlighted.

Code:

Const sFile As String = ThisWorkbook.Path & "Survey.xlsm"

I need a nudge in the right direction here. I have found several examples on the board that have spawned some ideas but need a little more help.

I am looking to enter variables into 2 columns A and B and then run these variables through an expression.

I have already done basic cell math and want it to be cleaner by using VBA to run the calcs and then spit the answers back into the spreadsheet.

I think I have an idea as to how it need to function but do not know the exact commands to make it efficient.

I have been reading the different post here on the forum.

I have found a snippet of code that will open a pop-up message from a value of a cell. I would llike to do this on one of my reports. Here is the scenario.

Range (R5:S5) 0.15 them MsgBox "Note Must Be Entered For +/- 15% change"

But There are 14 different cells that I want this to work for. The value differs from day to day, and this should pop-up happen without a user having any actions other then the calculated value. But ones the note is entered in the "Notes: cell the message will not return.

Hope I explained it correctly.

The value of the cells in question are calculated in each cell with a formula example "=IF(ISERROR(Z20/H5),0,IF(ISERROR(Z20/H23),0,(Z20/H23)))"

I have a formula that has been working and it looks like this

=VLOOKUP(A13;'IFS export'!$A$1:$F$19000;4;FALSE)

Now I want to use the same formula in an other workbook and it gives an error

=VLOOKUP(A2;DRAWING!$A$2:$C$9168;3;FALSE)

When I type this formula I get the window that says

"This formula contains an error.

*For information about fixing common formula problems, press help.

*...........

*..........."

And if I go and try to change the first formula that has been work it gives me the same error.

In excel 2007 i need to do a formula...

I have the number of hours and de couste...in an other cell i have the expression that says that is paid or not....

I need only sum the cells that have the expression paid ...how do i can do this?...

I have this COUNTIFS expression buried in a larger formula:

COUNTIFS(Table[C7],Table[C7]&"",Table[C21],">=1")

and it always returns a value of zero or some positive integer.

I'm now looking for a little "function" that I can wrap around this expression that will:

A) indicate any non-zero result as 1 or TRUE

and

B) indicate any zero result as 0 or FALSE

Something like...

AREYOUNONZERO( (COUNTIFS(Table[C7],Table[C7]&"",Table[C21],">=1") )

I'm sure there's a fairly efficient way to do this... but I'm totally stumped at the moment!

I have a large spreadsheet in which I have reached the limit for conditional formatting. (i.e. 2050 rows)

To resolve this I can add a single expression for conditional formatting across all cells. This means I need to create a more complex expression.

I effectively have two types of conditional formatting that are very similar. I have the standard Yes, No & A/L which I wand to shade accordingly. I then have alternating columns of Yes , No , A/L . I have introduced spaces to stop these values from being counted by another formula but still display yes and no. I want the shading to be the same in both cases.

I have built the following expression which does not seem to work.

=ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Yes",(ADDRESS(ROW(),COLUMN()))))

The two components of the expression work separately:

=ISNUMBER(SEARCH("Yes",P3))

=ADDRESS(ROW()-1,COLUMN())

Our company initial is TP, but sometimes it might be combined with a reference number, e.g TP5659

I would like the IF formula to stick pick this up..

I know if it was just the phrase 'TP' I would use =If(a1="tp"...

How do I express that I would like my If formula to work when something 'contains', not an 'exact match'

I'm trying to use the macro below (twice but with different variables) but everytime I get the error "Compile error: Constant expression required".

[Code]....

(Excel 2007) The issue I'm having is that a loop statement of mine is failing to recognize that a couple values are equal. It works for the first 3 iterations of the loop, then stops recognizing. I tried copying another set of numbers in the failing one's place, and that actually worked. I can't attach anything, so I'm including a link to a detailed screen shot with some notes on it and code that I'll host on my site. Not sure how else to explain the issue, but if you take a look at the screen shot you can see the excel sheet being worked on and the vba code running. I will also include a text file of the code

Here are the links to the screen shot and text file of my code

Text file

Screen Shot

I am using the following to check if a string has a sequence of 6 decimal digits in it. But am getting an error. If(str Like *######*). I have to check if str has values like 123456USA ; ABC725439 ; jh658478hd. I thought # represents a single digit and * represents any no of characters

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I have recorded a macro which contains several lines of code like this one:

I've some code that I use to scan HTML to find images. The basic part string I use is:

WildSought = "**"

The problem is that there are several ways to close an image tag. The above closes using /> but you could also use "> for example. Is there a way in my regular expression to say "this OR that". Maybe it would look something like:

WildSought = "*

I've attached the workbook to make this easier. If you look at the file master.xls you will see 2 tabs. On the Tool tab I've highlighted some blue cells and some rose cells. If you look at the blue cell G68 there is a long formula that reads up to 3 cells from the Specs tab and then plugs in the correct data from the blue cells on the right side of the Tools tab page. I need the rose cell F69 to do the same thing only with the data from the rose cells to the right. When I try and duplicate the fromula from G68 into F69 I get errors. I hope I made this clear enough. The formula in G68 is long, is there a way to shorten it? Also sometimes in this workbook when I try to type a formula in a cell I get the text I typed instead of the formula. For example I might enter in A1, =B2. Instead of getting the data from B2, it reads =B2. I've looked at how the cell is formatted but can't get it to work.

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In my Personal Macro book, I have 2 modules, one for Functions and one for "macros".

Is there a point where it's more efficient to make a new module (or is the opposite true and it's more efficient if they are all in one)?

Does having a plethora of sub routines in a module slow down excel even though the routines are short? or would having them in different modules slow it down more?

I know that a variable of string type is equal to "" before it's assigned a value. So I reset the value of strings to empty (i.e. "") when I want them clear of a value. I also know that variables of Variant Type are equal to NULL when they are unassigned so I reset them to NULL when I want to clear them of a value.

But what about a Long? When you declare a variable of Long Type or Int Type or Double Type, what is it's inital value when empty and unassigned. I assume it's not 0 since 0 is an actual number.

I want to reset my lng variable and clear it of a value. So I'm wondering what should I set to... How can i do this?

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- can I control the length of it?

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