I have two columns D and E, the header takes up rows 1-4 so the first available row is row 5. The D column is going to have numbers added daily, the E column will show the cumlative total. How can I make the cumlative total stay and be updated with each new entry in column D? C D E Name daily cumlative dave 20 20 Row #5 Jim 30 30 Tim 11 11 Sara 6 6
Say these are the entries for day one, I need to be able to make new entries in the same D column on the next day and have it update the running total in E?? I cant figure the darn thing out.
I have approx 500 workbooks which contain custoemr details and I need to extract certain info (postcode, name, contact, phone number etc) and place it all on 1 spreadsheet. I was originally going to source data from unopen workbooks, but have realized I only need to do this task once, and I can maintain it from then on...
I have created a spreadsheet (attached) which uses INDIRECT formulas to retrieve the data. When I type in the file name in column A, Columns B to K fill themselves in. What I want to know is:
Once I open say, 10 Workbooks, TYPE the name in manually and all the other cells have filled themselves, I want to somehow KEEP the data there, rather than it return a #REF error when I close the workbooks to open the next batch.
Also, if you look at my workbook, to the far right is a range of data which I use in my INDIRECT formulas. Once I have filled all the cells with the relevant data, I want to be able to Filter my spreadsheet by Date Ascending. BUT I cant seem to do it because it includes my INDIRECT range in the filter and mess's up the formulas then I have tried Locking & protecting workbook, with Autofilter & select cells etc TICKED for users to use, but it still tells me to unlock workbook when I try to filter.
Excel 2007 Conditional Formatting. I am trying to apply conditional formatting to a wide range of cells. I only want the rule to adjust the color and shading, under the FONT tab in the section below. Specifically, I do NOT want to adjust the number format (I have the user select the scaling and use VB to populate the number formatting). I accomplish this by removing the number formatting by going into the conditional formatting rule, clicking on format, and then on the first tab (Number) -- on the bottom right there is button to Clear.
This resolves the issue perfectly, and I can operate the report exactly as I would expect.
Unfortunately, when closing the report (after a save), and then re-opening, the conditional formatting number format is no longer cleared. Worse yet, because it no longer is cleared, the scaling VB doesn't work, unless I go back into conditional formatting rules, and go to the number tab, and click clear.
In Spreadsheet A Cell H8 is entered as Item Description.
In Spreadsheet B Cell H8 is also entered as Item Description, but if the Item Description in Spreadsheet A has been changed, I need Spreadsheet B to reflect that change, if not it should stay as Item Description.
I have a large dataset (24000 rows) that requires me to multiply two different columns of integers. In some cases, the two integers are both negative and multiplying them results in a product that is positive. I actually need that product to be negative rather than positive. I can't quite seem to figure out the best way to accomplish this.
So the data I put in Is Cells A to D the reast are calculated for me. so for example E2 is looking down column D to see if the number matches the number in A2, If any of them do it will put the name in the corresponding cell in E2 (Or you ca use a different cell if you prefer) so in this case D3=A2 so B3 is the answer also in the cell next to it I need whatever number is the cell next to the answer so in this case C3
I have a spreadsheet with a large list of plants. Each plant has a breakdown of colors by container size. Each cell contains a number that corresponds to a percent, e.g. a cell may contain the number 20, which would also mean this number is equal to 20%. I want to change all numbers to a percent of 100, or turn 20, for instance, into .20. There are many hundreds of numbers that I need to make a percent, so I was hoping I could do this in one fell swoop somehow. This percent number will be used in another spreadsheet for calculating on order. How do I do this?
I have two columns with entries consisting of numbers. I'm trying to match between the columns but some names dont match because of the formatting.
065 matches 065 (I have that green triangle on the cell that indicated "The number in this cell is formatted as text")
However 120 doesn't match with 120 (only one of them have that green triangle)
I tried to format all the cells as text at it seems the match only works when the green triangle is available. The green triangle seems to only show its self when I double click on the cell. I have thousands of entries so that doesn't work. I also tried to use the "Text to Columns" but it coverts entries like 002 into 2 which I dont want.
I do a lot of work in excel to do with accounts and this often needs checking against sage. When the invoices/petty cash sheets are put into sage the total amount is put in, but in my spreadsheets I need to split the reciepts. So I was wondering if there was a formula/VBA code, that if I only knew the total of the invoice would find which cells added up to this total?
I am trying to restrict data input to a cell for only positive numbers. Currently, I have used data validation to accept decimals and numbers greater than zero. The cell is formatted for percentage with 2 decimal places. The "error message" alerts you that you have to have positive numbers only. The catch is that when the error message comes up and you use the 'retry' button, the entry is multiplied by 100.
I have a list of numbers and want to see if the sum of any of them exactly makes up a specific larger number. Any quick way to do in excel? Eg do any of the below together make the exact total of the number at the bottom.
I am trying to create a budget in excel and want to type my numbers (in certain cells only) without a - sign but I want them to appear, and calculate, as negative numbers. Basically, I am lazy and don't want to have to remember to use a - for all of my expenses when I am inputting the data.
I have a workbook that has a single sheet in it, in cell G2 I want to insert a page number where if I print of multiple copies on the first sheet it will say 1, the second 2, the third 3 and so on and so forth.
1. I have a userform I created that has a text box that pulls it's data from one of the spreadsheets tab. The userform also has 5 buttons I shall call Tab1, Tab2, Tab3, Done, Cancel. 2. The first thing a user will do is make a selection from the text box. 3. The User will then select one of the "Tab" buttons.
Below is my code. What happens is that no matter what button I click (Tab1, Tab2, Tab3) it ends up on Tab3 because it is the last transfersheet line of the done_click() sub routine. How do I get it to stay on the Tab I select?
+++++ Private Sub cancel_Click() Unload UserForm End Sub +++++
Private Sub done_Click() Dim transferworksheet As Worksheet Set transferworksheet = Worksheets("Tab1") transferworksheet.Cells(5, 7).Value = Me.ListBox1.Value
I have a spreadsheet that tracks employee stats. Most of these stats are amounts of TIME. These times are being pasted from another source and the problem I'm having is that as soon as excel sees "1:02:03" it puts it in TIME format. The problem I have with that is later on I need it in text format because a lot of the other times are in text already. (the program the info is coming from will use ":59:59" and not have a 0, so I have compensated for that later) So how can I paste 1:01:01 and not have it saved as TIME? I cant CONVERT it to text, I need it to be text from the start.
Every time I copy and paste cells in a specific workbook it changes the reference style to R1C1. Setting it back in the options, saving the document, closing Excel then reopening brings it back as A1 referencing but copy and paste will again return it to R1C1.
I've checked for VB code and there's nothing there either.
While using Excel 2003, I am aware of "freeze plane" and "split worksheet". The freeze plane comes in handy if I want to the first few rows to remain stationary and displayed while I can scroll down to the rows below. Similarly, the split worksheet comes in useful if I want to have the first few columns remain in place while I can maneuver to the right to see the other columns.
*** THE QUESTION IS: how can I get cells A1 to F20 to remain displayed and unmoved even if I choose to move the active cell around anywhere between G1 to K9999