In cell A1 I enter number of teams. In Cell A2 I enter number of games to play. Is there a way for me to click a button and... In columns A and B it will give me a list of teams to play each other based on the criteria above. In Column A will be home team and B is Visitor.
Example I enter 9 teams with 12 games to play, hit the button and it will list the games in columns A and B.
Basically a cell might have a number with 3 decimal places
For Example 90.554, and i will format the cell two 2 decimal places. But when i use those cells which are formated to 2 decimal places in a formula it produces results based of all the decimal places in that cell.
Is there a way for the formula to only calculate the results based off of what is shown in the cell? . This is messing up our accounting area by alot of dollars since we sell many items.
I included an example of what i mean in this excel file which should clear up any confusion.
I have three columns expressing death dates (date, month, year). The months and dates are finally sorting correctly within the same year, but I have it set to sort by year first.
The column starts off fine with 1860, goes up to 2013, then starts back at 1884 and goes back up to 2009. I can't find any difference between the two groups: there are some of the same years represented, there are blank month and date cells in both. I have a worksheet with birth dates that sorted fine; the only difference I can find is that birth dates only go up to 1997, but the column is formatted as General, so the turn of the century shouldn't be a problem.
I've tried highlighting the whole thing before sorting as well as selecting one cell as usual. I've also tried formatting the column as Text. I can't think of anything else.
Using Excel 2007, I have a very simple spreadsheet made up of only two worksheets that I am using to track the songs played by a band during a current tour.
One worksheet is called "Summary" and the other is called "Setlists". In the Setlists worksheet I list every show played (10 shows so far), and every song played from each show. In the Summary worksheet I have very song listed that has been played during the tour in one column (A), then the number of times that song has been played in another column (B). Column B, the number of times each song has been played, is populated by a COUNTIF function that looks at the Setlists worksheet and counts each instance of each song.
What I want to do, very simply, is to sort on column B in order to display the list of songs from the most played to least played. That is where I run into a problem. When I sort my list of numbers, I end up with a seemingly random list that certainly isn't from most to least and I can't figure out why.
Is it possible that the COUNTIF function which populates that column of numbers is somehow throwing off the sort?
I have a sheet that auto-populates with code from a userform that also provides the cell formatting. What I need is that in Column A it keeps a running count of the errors that are populated on the sheet.
Code for the formatting
With ActiveSheet lastrow = .Cells(.Rows.Count, "B").End(xlUp).Row
For i = 4 To lastrow
If Cells(i, "B").Value "" Then With .Cells(i, "A")
With .Offset(0, 0) .Value = "1" End With
.Offset(0, 1).Resize(1, 9).Borders.LineStyle = xlContinuous .Offset(0, 5).Resize(1, 3).Interior.ColorIndex = 35 End With End If Next i End With What I need is instead of Value of "1" with the offset(0, 0), I need it to take the previous rows value and Add 1.
So the Range("A4").Value = "1" Range("A5").Value = "2"
As the new errors are added to the sheet I need the value in "A" to be 1 more than the previous "A" value.
i am trying to make an excel sheet that does calculations to help drydock a submarine....
docking math is used and it works as follows:
6-11-7 6-11-7+ 6-11-7++
6 is feet 11 is inches 7 is 1/8ths +'s are 1/16ths
so i want to be able to have a list of set measurements like above and then have one set measurement be subtracted from the list. like
12-4-6+ 13-5-4 14-2-4
and have 6-2-5+ be subtracted from all of the above and be displayed on a second page. I have slammed my head against the wall for about 3 days now and i am a excel newbie. so if i messed up somewhere or anyone could help i would greatly be appreciate it.
Trying to compute annual change I've always used the formula "(b1-a1)/a1" - where b1 is the current year, a1 is the prior year. I've been asked to compute average annual change over a number of years and thought simply by using the above for each year and then taking the average of all these, I'd be ok. I recently found a formula as follows: "(y2/y1)^(1/n)-1", where y2 is current year, y1 is 1st year I have data, n = the number of changes.
What's the fastest way to display the sum of each column in one row. Here's a picture of what I want to do: http://www.filefreak.com/ppublic/33833/excel%20help.bmp now I want the sum of each column to be displayed in for example row 10. I have tried manually clicking "autosum" (sp?) but that will take a lot of time as I have about 400 more of these.
I have a large spreadsheet of employee data saved in a shared network folder so that others can access it. Starting about a week ago, anytime I enter a number in any cell, Excel adds two zeros to the end of the number. For instance, a 1 becomes 100.
When other users open the file on their computer and enter a number, everything is normal - no zeros are added. I'm guessing I inadvertantly enabled a function somewhere along the line, but have been unable to figure out how to undo the function.
I'm tring do a simple formula: =CA3+BP3+BE3+AT3+AI3+X3+M3, but because the cells I am adding have formulas in them already it is returning a error. Can I add them using 'sumproduct' formula, or is there another way?
I have in cell A1 the number 2 and in cell A2 the letter m.I want to add these two cells in cell A3 so as to appear 2+m.So i type in cell A3 =A1+A2 but it appears error.Is there a way to do what i am asking?
I am trying to create a cell that can add up numbers
For example if I have cell A1 and type 10 in there, if I then type 5 in the same cell it will over write the 10, is there anyway that where u type 5 it will add it to the 10 to make it 15, then if I type 5 in again it will make it to 20? Is this possible or not.
I have a spread sheet that shows the dates items were shipped. When trying to work out the value of parts shipped in a month using SUMIF I get the value zero, I believe this to be because (obviously), there are multiple dates of ships during the month, I therefore tried ignoring the day of ship in the SUMIF but this did not work, the date format is DD/MM/YYYY.
I am trying to figure out how to add the individual numbers in a cell to return me a value in another cell.
Ex: In cell "A1" the number 5861.01 is entered. In Cell "B1" the value 21 is returned (which is computed as 5+8+6+1+0+1=21)
I have tried playing around with array formulas within the actual spreadsheet but I cannot seem to get this to work. I have also tried some VBA, however I am not familiar enough with arrays to figure it out, if its even possible.
I'm looking for a formula that would add only positive numbers located in the same row and in 5 different cells. These cells may contain negative numbers at times. The total after adding the 5 cells are to be displayed in a different worksheet.
How do I correct to make conditonal formula with number values ?
My main worksheet has at leat 24 columns and as many as 30 rows, all have numbered values. Rows are defined names.
I want to get average values when at least 2 conditions have certain values.
I tried =SUM(IF(AND(MapKpa:MapKpa=40),(RPM:RPM=1000),grmcyc:grmcyc)) and answer given is really total of all 30,000 row values for grmcyc and not when mapkpa values = 40 and RPM = 1000.
Also best would be if the conditions allow lets say when Mapkpa is between 40 and 45 and RPMs between 1000 and 1500 to have a window of grmcyc average
I used Sum but really want an average of grmcyc when Mapkpa and RPM meet the conditions so I can build a results table of what the grmcyc average value was from 20 to 105 KPA in 5 KPA windows along with smaller RPM ranges.