I have 2,000+ cells containing text that I need to break out into multiple cells. They are names (ex. John M Smith MD) and I need each part of the name in it's own column. I need the opposite of concatenate.
what is the opposite of sumproduct? I want to divide the quantity in column A by the opposing value in Column B to get the answer in B5. I made this example simple but it would be used on a much larger scale. if there is a function that would divide and sum ?
I have a worksheet, example data below, it has 150+ columns and varying amounts of rows 1 -> 2500+ per column. The row data is as follows:
Row 1: Has title of worksheet Row 2: Date of the column Row 3: Total of completed for the day Row 4 - n: Serial number
I need to intsert a new column to the right of each column and then populate it with the date at the top of the column from the left, I need the new date value to go down until it reaches the end of the data in the left column. So effectivly each serial number will have date in the column to its right.
There are no blanks in the rows, or blank columns.
In Column A I have a number of differnet country codes and for 2 of them I want to change the value in Column B. For Example if cell A1 is = to "SHA" I want cell B2 to be "SHANGHAI". If cell A1= to "SGN" I want B1 to be = to "HO CHI MINH". If cell A1 is = to anything else I want the value to B2 to remain unchanged.
I need to change the list of names in a column to another area but in the reverse order, not in sorted order (eg. I have list of names in A1:A10 and want to make a reverse order of this list in another area).
I have formula that looks for information from another sheet (sheet name "ValidationLists")in Column A (list "billto") and returns all the occurances in my current worksheet (including the 10 columns next in the array). What it looks for is based on whatever value is currenty in Cell A2.
Basically I want to return everything that matches cell A2 of my current sheet from sheet list "billto" in a different sheet but I need the adjacent cells as well. So one cell below this would read the following (Just the Row Changes):
It is working exactly how I want it to. The problem is it is taking 2-3 minutes. I can just get a list of rows with the value in A2 from List "billto" very quickly but then how do I get the entire row to appear in my current sheet quickly?
I have a spreadsheeet with values in columns F:K from row 10 onwards
I need VBA code that will delete the rows where there are values opposite and equal in columns F:K from row 10 owards for eg if F10 is 10000 and K10 is -10000, F 25 is 150000 and G25 is -10000, G29 is -175000 and H29 is 175000, then rowa 10,25 & 29 must be deleted
I Want to be able to put in Col A the concatenate results of all equal P/N's from any given list. Or at least select the few cells that i know are duplicates and from that copy the Location to a single Column.
ColA ColB__ColC ______Loc__PN 1,2____1___A _______2___A _______3___B 4,5____4___C _______5___C
Imagine column A sorted by invoice numbers. Column B has payments applied but due to movement between unapplied cash, some numbers appear as negatives and positives for the same invoice number.
I want to have a formula which says that for each invoice number, look in column b and eliminate opposite numbers and post only unique values. Keep in mind that there may be multiple lines with the same invoice number.
For example, starting with line 5, for invoice 123, payments 400 and -400 in line 5 and 17 and payments 315 and -315 in lines 7 and 9 will zero out but any other unique payment will be picked up and displayed in column C. Lines 5 and/or 17 will be blank in column C.
I have a spreadsheet that is updated daily with data that falls into one of two categories: a) completely new to the sheet or b) existing from the day before but not taken care of yet. The items which fall into category a are evaluated, and notes added to the sheet. The items in category b must be compared to the new data, and duplicated lines deleted but notes from previous evaluation must be kept on the sheet. In addition, anything on the sheet that is not included in the new information needs to be deleted. I've set up a sheet with all old and new data with dates the data showed up as well as the notes associated with the old data, and have concatenated all the info from each row into column V (from another suggestion I got on a similar but not exactly the same problem which I also still haven't figured out). The sheet has been sorted by col V so any matching rows should be within 3 or 4 rows of the original. The problem is that my code does absolutely zilch!
Sub DeleteRepeatedRows() ' goes through coord. sheet and identifies duplicated lines, copies the date from the old row ' copies it into the new line, then deletes the old line Dim rCell As Range For Each rCell In Selection If rCell.Value = rCell.Offset(1, 0).Value Then rCell.EntireRow.Delete End If If rCell.Value = rCell.Offset(2, 0).Value Then rCell.EntireRow.Delete End If.........................................
I am developing a Workbook where I import data to one worksheet and then disseminate it to other worksheets. I am not sure if I am overthinking the process, but I am having difficulty writing the macro and getting it to run through the entire list of rows.
There are 4 Columns in the one worksheet, named "Update": Column A supplies the name of the worksheet that will be updated Columns B-D contain the data that will update the sheets.
The process that I am trying to write the macro for is a follows: 1. Select/copy the range, starting with B1:D1 on "Update" 2. Navigate to the appropriate worksheet to be update, determined by A1 3. Identify the first blank row, starting with A5 4. Paste the data B1:D1 to A5:C5 (or next available line) 5. Navigate back to "Update" and begin the process again with the next row B2:D2
This process should continue until there is no value in Column B on the "Update" worksheet.
I have a Macro that I use daily on a spreadsheet I get with raw line-item transaction data on it. Basically, it deletes columns I don't need to look at, applies column headers, deletes certain rows that I don't need to look at, applies an auto-filter and filters to the first group of data I need to look at, and puts a subtotal on a couple of columns at the top so I can see totals on filtered results.
I need an additional function in this Macro. At some point in the middle of the actions above, I need to evaluate all rows and delete those that are 'opposites' based on a couple of criteria. Basically, I need to delete any transactions that have been refunded in their entirety, because for my purposes those are zeroed out and I don't want to see them....
I am looking up a risk matrix to return the risk rating... it is very simple, it works on one sheet, but on a different sheet (looking up different data, but same basic format) it returns exactly the opposite rating.
My formula is: =INDEX($G$6:$K$10,MATCH(I19,$G$5:$K$5,0),MATCH(J19,$F$6:$F$10,0))
Here is F4 to K10
I have data validation on I19 and J19 based on the cells below
Priority Very Low Low Medium High Very High
BUT... when I put Very Low and Very Low in the two cells (I19 and K19) I get Very High as the return.
I'm having a rather difficult time getting this one.
I am concatenating (is that a verb?) a bunch of cells to create an item code. The combination of two different cells need to be able to give different values so I can dump the appropriate value into the CONCATENATE formula.
I have a simple task and I use the concatenate formula to resolve alot of keystrokes. I now have an issue where I have to edit that formula because of a additional character for the string won't upload into a database. Here's my example:
1. Cell A1= 12345xxxx Cell B1= 67 Cell C1= 8
I use =CONCATENATE(A1,"-000"&B1,"-000"&C1) and my result is displayed in D1= 12345xxxx-00067-0008
Easy enough! Now adding the following is the problem:
1. Cell A2= 12345 Cell B2= 67 Cell C2= 89
I use =CONCATENATE(A2,"-000"&B2,"-000"&C2) and my result is displayed in D2= 12345xxxx-00067-00089
Now D2 has one too many characters from C2
I modify the formula by reducing to "-000"&C2 to be "-00"&C2 manually but now the line items have quadrupled and manually isn't going to work for this being so time consuming.
Is there a way to use a variable with the concatenate or am I using the wrong formula period ??
Create a column of concatenated values to serve as a "primary key" for a compare and merge tool (Synkronizer). For some reason, the CONCATENATE function isn't being recognized.
If I enter =CONCATENATE(A2,B2) instead of showing the strings located in A2 and B2 it displays =CONCATENATE(A2,B2) in the cell.
I tried creating a new spreadsheet and it works just fine. Does anyone have an idea of what might be happening? I have compared all of the options between the two spreadsheets and don't see any difference in them.