I'm trying to match in the example, 'Name 1' which will pick the number below name 1. However if I have any space before, ' Name 1' in cell A1 than it won't match. I've put in wildcards in the formula but it still doesn't pick up the space? I need the formula to pick up either no spaces, or any number of spaces before or after 'Name 1'.
I have a cell (A1) that contains text. That text will match a single value in a reference list (i.e. range of cells e.g. Z1:Z26). When the match occurs (e.g. A1 = Z16), I want the format of the reference cell (fill color, text color) to apply to the cell of interest (A1). The reference cells are manually formatted.
I know that I could create a long list of conditional format formulas instead of using the reference, but it seems that there must be some way to tell excel: if the cell value contents are equivalent, the formatting should be as well.
programming 2 macros in a bank reconciliation sheet I am trying to create.
Basically the data consists of two sets: the ledger side and bank side. Both sides consists of multiple columns that include date, description and amount.
The following two situations can occur and which need to be covered with a macro.
Many to one matching When we make payments to say 100 different suppliers at once, the ledger side will show 100 lines with the different amounts. However on the bank side it will only show one line with a total amount for the transaction. As the description on the ledger side is the same for all transactions done at the same time, it should be possible to have a macro add these lines and compare the total with entries on the bank side. Once a matching amount has been found, the macro should place an ‘x’ next to all entries on the ledger and bank side, in order to show that these transactions have been reconciled.
Partial cell matching In this case we are only dealing with one line on both the ledger and bank side. The issue is that the description does not always perfectly match with one another. The ledger side might say ‘Brown Corp.’ and the bank side might say ‘Brown Corporation’. I want to come up with a macro that can recognize this partial match and still reconcile the lines by placing a ‘x’ to both the ledger and bank entry. The match however should be done with a combination of description, date and amount as several different bookings might be done for the same supplier in the same month.
I have columns that are defined with these width's: A - 9B - 1C - 12D - 12
I need a macro that would add spaces to the right of the cell if the cell does not have number of characters of the lenght of the column width.
For instance: Cell A1 has 5 characters so it would need 4 spaces. Cell A2 has 7 characters so it would need 2 spaces. Cell B1 has 1 character so it would NOT need a space. Cell B2 has 0 characters so it would need 1 space.
I need to do a lookup on these cells but for some reason they all appear to have some kind of space characters in each cell which you can see if you double click on them. I have tried trims, text to columns, find replaces and none of these seem to work
I have a huge list of these numbers / codes and they all have the weird space kind of characters at the end
Can anyone give me a solution on how to remove them so my lookup will work?
I have a column with 11 digit numbers formatted as text (Column C) and it seems like there's three spaces after the number (In Sheet A). I am trying to do a vlookup comparing Sheet A to Sheet B. It's not working and not sure if it's the extra spacing in the cell of Sheet A that's causing the Vlookup not to work.
I would like to compare both lists to see what UPC's are on both sheets. Any ideas how I can do this?
In Sheet A, Column C contains UPC (11 digits) 07845968952
I know how to pad cells with zeros for a numeric field. I can't figure out how to custom format a cell to pad a text field with spaces.
If I want description to have 10 characters, if they enter BLUE I want it to be BLUE then 5 spaces to make a total of 10) if they enter RED I want it to be RED with 7 spaces to make a total of 10.
With a number, I can just enter 00000 and if I enter 4, it will be 00004 Can you do this type of thing with a text? I can figure out a formula to get what I need, but I want a way to do it directly into the cell when the user types it in.
I have a column with a possible value of 1 to 7. The value represents the day of the week. I would like the value to be displayed in such a way that it is on the right position in relation to other days. So day one is a 1 at the first position, day 2 will be a space and then a 2, day 3 will be 2 spaces and then a 3 etc etc.
Any easy way to remove all spaces from a cell, both leading and trailing? I find it hard to believe that Excel doesn't have this functionality. I don't particulary want to write a VBA script since I have never done it but if that's the only way, I'd love to know how to write it. I have looked everywhere but obviously not in the right places.
I am looking to subtotal specific cells. Basically it is a download from a data base and I have designed an input area for other users to input their predicted figures. But I am trying to put an automatic subtotal for each area depending on the spaces at the start of the cell. I have got a very longwinded formula to get the right subtotals in other files by categorising each line in another file. But I am looking for a vba code to put a simple sum() or sumif() in the relevant areas. I have included some of the categorisation I have had to use for my other formulas.
I copied some data off the web and there are a ton of cells with Currencies that I would like to take out the spaces infront of the numbers. Because without doing so, I am unable to use them in formulas.
so I would like to convert this ' $52,000' to '$52,000'
I tried the Trim(Cell) but that doesn't seem to work, this data does not appear to be text. I can't even change the format on it, doesn't make a difference.
I've got a single column worksheet with a varying numbers of characters in each row.
At the end of each row's cell value I must add a 5 char string. Preceding that string I must have enough spaces to make the total length of each row 106 characters.
I've already:Defined and populated the string. Let's call it "strMyString".Established how many rows are in the sheet and stored it in "lngUsedRange"Written the following which cycles through each row establishing how many spaces need to be added:
Dim lngSpacesNeeded As Long
For i = 1 To lngUsedRange lngSpacesNeeded = 101 - Len(Range("A" & i)) Next i
Now I just need to know what else to put before "Next i" to locate the end of the existing text in the cell and add the number of spaces in "lngSpacesNeeded" then add "strMyString".
I need to clear a value in a cell(what ever may be the value) based on a condition in another cell and set it to blank. Ex: If cell A is blank and then i need make cell B also blank, if cell A has some value then i should not disturb B I need to do this using formula. I have tried the below, but no use, IF(AA1="",REPLACE(Y1,1,10,""))
i have a text field that has last name, first name and an id number. All of this data is in the same cell. i want to take the id number from this cell, and paste it into an adjacent cell. The id number takes up the last 9 or 10 spaces in the cell.
Excel 2007.I have a list of postcodes (UK) which have different lengths of characters (including spaces) from 6-8, however our system seems to add additional spaces inbetween the postcode, so it could have upto 11/12 characters (inc spaces) Below is what could come out:
What I need is a formula to ensure each postcode only has 8 characters by inserting spaces between if there's less than 8 char and trimming if there's more than 8 char
So from the above postcodes the desired results would be:
EH21 6PQ - 1 Space (8 Char) - This would be correct EH12 9HG - 3 Spaces (10 Char) - Trim off 2 spaces from the middle E1 8DF - 3 Spaces (8 Char) - This would be correct LL5 1GH - 2 Spaces (8 Char) - This would be correct L5 1FG - 1 Space (6 Char) - Insert 2 spaces in the middle
I have a list in Column A" Job List" (the amount of entries will change based on job openings). There are some cells that are blank; randomly throughout. I need to create a new Column B "Current Jobs List" with no spaces. I have to do this weekly and each time I update my "Current Jobs List" from the new data in the "Job List" without any spaces.(I do not want to just do a filter) .
My task is to combine two large databases into one spreadsheet by extending the number of columns. The data from each database is 90% matching based on an identification number, however occasionally there are additional rows or unmatched identification numbers that need to be kept for analysis.
When this happens, there needs to be a blank row inserted to represent the missing data in the rest of the corresponding row.
I am having trouble finding a quick way to do this because I have approximately 12,000 rows (and columns up to DV when combined).
p1 data data data data p2 data data data data
needs to become:
p1 data data data data
I am guessing I will need a macro of sorts, So far I have made one column that tell me if the ID's are matching or not (1 or 0) and if they are not matching (0) I manually insert the rest of the row that is missing or make space for the duplicate data (which needs to remain).