If the result of the above formula is less than the value in cell BK2, then look if the number in B2 is available in sheet2 (another sheet) column B.
If the number in B2 is available in sheet2 coloumn B,then the result should be BK2. If the number in B2 is not available in sheet2 coloumn B,then the result should be above mentioned formula which is =IF(NETWORKDAYS(MAX(BI2,DATE(2014,6,1)),MIN(BJ2,DATE(2014,6,30)))<0,0,NETWORKDAYS(MAX(BI2,DATE(2014,6,1)),MIN(BJ2,DATE(2014,6,30))))
I have the following formula: IF(SELL_INVESTMENT = "YES" , 1,2) It returns not 1 or 2 but 0. The worksheet contains over 1000 cells. Trace Precedents verifies that the formula evaluates the correct cell and that it contains "yes". I created a very simple worksheet to test the formula and here it correctly returns 1.
The function must be present in all 99 rows to accommodate potential data, but there is rarely enough data to populate the entire sheet, leaving #REF! errors in some cells. Putting aside that using this many array formulae is sloppy programming, how do I craft the function above to return no value if the function evaluates to an #REF! error?
I am currently creating a form to hold 2 drop down lists that change depending on the selection in the first one. I had never done this before and taught myself and got it to work minus one problem. As soon as I input the formula under the Data Validation the error: "The Source currently evaluates to an error. Do you want to continue?" pops up. Right now the formula works except for the last 6 options in my first drop down. When I select them nothing pops up in the 2nd drop down menu. I have double checked and triple checked that I have no spaces or anything in my LIST on worksheet 2 or any of the names are input correctly.
A7 is the first drop down - PROPOSED
B7 the second. - ITEM #
Lists and data to populate the lists are on worksheet 2 with the "List" at the bottom of worksheet 2...
I need conditional formatting formula that evaluates the values in a row of cells (7 total columns) and counts the number of entries that are 30 or greater. If there are at least three, then I need to apply formatting.
I've got no clue about all this, but I've had to get specific formula examples and fill in the blanks in order for my timesheet to work. There's just one final problem if somebody could please help.
This is a timesheet for a 5 day work week. I need to count the number of unique log numbers for a specific activity. The log numbers counted must be unique across the entire week, not just for each day, which means I want the formula to count the unique log numbers across multiple sheets.
The formula also has multiple conditions. I got 2 columns. The first part of the formula needs to verify a word, say, "split" and if it does it checks the adjacent cell for a unique log number. If both arguments are true, it counts the log as 1 unit.
Here is a working formula for only one page. =COUNT(IF(D4:D29="split",IF(FREQUENCY(C4:C28,C4:C28)>0,1,)))
Here's 2 problems with this formula: 1. I will count if it encounters a blank cell in the Log numbers the first time (which will happen as not every activity we do has a log#), but it will stop counting if it encounters a second blank cell.
2. I don't know how to make it work across several sheets.
This is an alternate formula which works and skips the blank cells, but I don't know how to add the multiple condition of "split" and to have it work across multiple sheets. I just copied it Microsoft. As I said, I don't understand it, I just fill in the blanks.
(which is reverse of the first one) for column J; (The ranges are the ones used in the real sheet), not for the ones in the example above!); The formula does seem to eliminate a dew unwanted data, but does not give me all the wanted results!
I'm trying to divide my data into 6 different groups, based on 2 different criteria. First, I am not sure how to write the logical test to take 2 columns of data into consideration (using "&" and "AND" do not work; I am not sure what else to try), and second I can't figure out how to write the formula so that it can select from 1 of 6 conditions.
So, overall here is what I want:
If DL2=3 and CK2=1, then I want this to be labeled as '1' If DL2=3 and CK2=2, 2 If DL2=1 and CK2=2, 3 If DL2=2 and CK2=2, 4 If DL2=1 and CK2=1, 5 If DL2=2 and CK2=1, 6
These 6 conditions cover all possible combinations of numbers in the two columns.
In range C15:C45 I have names of some steps. Starting from column D, row 6 have a drop down with 6 possibilities. Now based on what is selected in row 6 (so cell D6, E6, F6 and so on), I would like to color certain cells from 15 to 45 in that particular column (certain steps that are applicable to option selected in row 6 of that column). And as month goes by, users do that in more and more columns.
Also, steps overlap between conditions that are selected in row 6 and I would like this to macro (or formulae) to be running so that as soon as user selects the condition cells are colored and then they can fill out only those cells. So, I couldn't figure out any way to do this by conditional formating as there are more than three conditions and range is not continuous.see attached file as an example of final output.
I cant seem to rack my brain around how to go about making a formula in order to achieve my desired effect using the IF Formula. The data is as follows:
Worker Status % S1 75% and higher S2 42.8571% -74.9999% SH Anything below 42.8571%
My sheet pulls the workers status from a preset data table, lets say S2 for Joe. I want the cell beside his status to compare what his percentage is and display what the status should be (based on the conditions of the above table). If hes working 73% it will turn up S2 and I can compare the value from the table and the value generated based on his working percentage (I would use conditional formatting to color the cell red or green to indicate if it matches or not.)
Column A: Individual Column B: Not used in formula Column C: Not used in formula Column D: Location Column E: Duration in Minutes Column F: Pay (Column E)*(Column G) Column G: Formula
(simplified version listed below)
To be clear of what I'm trying to achieve:
When in location 1 & 2 (Column D), the pay for each individual is a different rate depending on the duration in Column E, but when in Location 3, the rate is consistent no matter what the duration.
My question is:
How do account for individuals who aren't individual1? That is, my understanding of the above formula is that I need to list each individual that will appear in Column A for it to work. What if I just want to apply the above to individual1, but apply some other calculations to all other individuals?
I had tried adding these lines (with their corresponding closed-parentheses at the end)
But it doesn't work. I'm guessing it's some sort of OR, but I don't yet grasp how.
I should note that my formulas are all on one line in my spreadsheet, I just have them on separate lines to make it easier to find my way around.
I have the following formula entered into cell O4: =IF((AND($K4="1",$B4="1 - C",$I4="open")),(1),(0)). When the three conditions are met in the corresponding cells, I get a "0" returned in cell O4. I would like the formula to return a "1" when all three conditions are met.
In my Sheet "List" I have list of persons working on different projects. I prepared graph after putting conditions on Project Type, Project Size, Project Year & Position (PM Project Manger). Every thing was done a in a nice manner with the help of below formula.
PJ TYPE , PJSIZE, PJYEAR, POSITION are ranges names.
But the problem was occured that in a year if a person work on small project more than once then he will be counted only once. But if he has worked in same year on Medium or Larage project then they will be counted separately. I tried to oversome the problem with the help of Pivot Table and put manually some legend P1, P2 & P3 against the person name if he is working on same type of project in same year. then count only P1 in my formula to count how many Project Manager worked on Project. like
Now i am trying that in a separate columm of # of PM there must be a formula which only put P or 1 for a person if he is working on same project in a year but i want that p or 1 only appear against his first entry i duplicate. for other persons it automatically enter 1 or p if they are appearing only once. i have tried a lot while using countif with multiple conditions but all in vain.
I currently have this equation: =AVERAGEIF($B$2:$B$900000,">="&L5,$C$2:$C$900000). Where L5 = 100. I'm interested in having the formula averageif B column value is between L5 & L6. Where L6 = 200. So I want it to find all values in B$ that are between >= 100 but < 200, and then average their C$ counterparts.
I'm having some problems getting a simple Do While loop to run. Essentially I'm trying to get it to run as long as one of two conditions is met, so I used an Or function in the loop condition. This then produces the "Run time error 1004: Application defined or Object defined error" error on that line.
I'm certain my syntax for the two conditions is correct (one is a simple check value in a cell, the other is check the value of a VBA variable) so it would appear the error is caused by the inclusion of the Or function. So I guess my question is this, have I done something wrong? If so what and if possible why is what I did wrong (I like to understand these things)? Is this something that has to be done in a different way or even is it something that cannot be done? I'm using excel 2003 on XP SP3.