I have "bashed into shape" a formula that involves 2 sets of parenthesis. After progressing beyond "#REF! or #NAME errors, Excel's automated Help suggested to add a comma, and the formula functions as wanted, I thought I was "Smart".
Later, when saving the formula to my `Formula Workbook', "Order of Operations" crossed my mind. - I think this formula is backwards, but `Excel Help' only suggested the addition of a comma? Maybe the all inclusive parenthes allowed the order to be understood?
The Formula: =AVERAGE((E56:AH56),COUNTIF(E56:AH56,">0"))
Q: Shouldn't the COUNTIF occur before the AVERAGE? Did the extra Parenthis automate the order of Operation within the Parenthis?
This formula calculated the time between two dates (Start date in C2, End Date in C3) between the hours of 06:00 and 18:00 on weekdays. This is so I can work out how long an incident has spend within the group at the time when our service should be operating.
I was given this formula by someone on this forum a while back and i was new to excel and formulas so I just took it at face value since it worked. Now I want to disect it so I can use it in other situations where similar calculations are needed. I want to try to break it up into easier to understand chunks to try to understand what it is I need to change in order to do these related calculations.
Is this trying to distinguish if D2 is a weekday?
MOD(D2,1)*24 Is this not the same as (1-D2)*24 NETWORKDAYS(C2,C2)*MOD(C2,1) Is this not the same as: IF(weekday(C2)>5,(C2-1)*7,0) IF(NETWORKDAYS(D2,D2),....,....) What is the comparison here? if NETWORKDAYS(D2,D2) = 0 or 1?
I'm trying to take a vba function and add a second if clause. Here's the function:
VB: Function getdes(DRng As Range, LURng As Range) For Each ce In LURng If ce.Value = DRn Then holder = holder & ce.Offset(0, 2).Value & vbLf & "" End If Next ce getdes = Left(holder, Len(holder) - 2) End Function
I want to do something like:
VB: Function getdes(DRng As Range, LURng As Range) For Each ce In LURng If ce.Value = DRn If ce.Offset (0,-02).Value = "y" Then holder = holder & ce.Offset(0, 2).Value & vbLf & "" End If Next ce getdes = Left(holder, Len(holder) - 2) End Function
I'm attempting to conditionally alter specific column range values based on the variable 'tagrow'. From the example you can see that if 'tagrow' is 7 or 8, I want to divide the values in column C by 1000 and put them in column D. If tagrow was different, I will use another conditional statement with a different denominator. In the current code, I get a type mismatch error. I have also tried dividing by an equal size column range full of 1000's, with no luck (matrix math anyone?). All I want to do is manipulate ranges!
'Initializing tagrow so we can test what train we are trending' tagrow = Cells(12, 2).Value
'Only Propylene flows need adjustment in A and B trains, calculate everything' If tagrow = 7 Or tagrow = 8 Then Sheet2.Calculate Range("D15:D115").Value = Range("C15:C115").Value / 1000 End If
I need to have the contents of cell A1 (a 3 component list) control a formula in cell E1. If A1 is "add", then E1 should be B1 x D1. If A1 is "delete", then E1 should be B1 x D1 x .6, and if A1 is "delete ilo", then E1 should be B1 x D1 x (-1).
A1 B1 C1 D1 E1
list qty. list price of C1 item formula needed ( lookup)
I want to copy several separate sections on a worksheet and place these sequentially in an array, then paste these in order into another worksheet.
I have written a macro to copy and paste between the two spreadsheets, however, this is rather basic as it involves straddling between the two and performing multiple alternate copy and paste operations, as only one section can be copied at any one time.
I need a macro that will perform a set of oprations on all worksheets in a workbook. The names and number of worksheets will not always be the same. I have found several macros that look like they will do this, but when I try to add my code they don't seem to work.
So the first two numbers of column B are simply the month, and the last two are telling you whether it's the first, second, third etc chronological date of that month, that is found in the entire list.
If column B needs to be a concatenation of a couple columns of formulas to get to that result, that's fine.
The whole idea behind this is to assume that the data in column A can not/will not be sorted by Excel.
I would like to create a formula that will select a 7 digit order number that begins with an 8 or a 9. For example in cell "AI3" I have the following:112972/8517223.
I would like cell "AH3" to capture only the number 8517223. Also, instead if that cell had 9000954 if would like "AH3" to have that number as well. In addition, if cell "AI3" was blank, I would like the formula to also search in columns "AJ3", "AK3" and "AL3" for a seven digit number that begins with a 8 or 9.
I looked at threads realted to printing but wasn ot able to find something similar to what I need. So here is my problem:
I have a file with more than 100 worksheets (each sheet contains the invoice for one store). I would like to create a macro that would enable me to determine the order in which worksheets would be printed. How to do it?
Idea #1: the printing order would be based on the value in cell L1 that would contain the route number for each store. Stores belonging to the same delivery route will have the same value in L1. So, the macro should first print all sheets with 1 in cell L1, then print all sheets with 2 in cell L1 and so on...
Idea #2: Creating a separate data sheet with the list of all stores and their corresponding route number. Let's say info is contained in range A1:B150, where Column A contains the name of the stores and column B contains the route numbers. The macro then should look at that list to determine the printing order of the subsequent worksheets (the name of the store in column A would be the same as the name of the worksheet corresponding to that store).
Idea #3: sorting my 150 worksheets manually. It does not solve my problem fully, though, because stores do not always belong to the same route. So the manual sorting should be carried out daily and would not save time at all.
In the above pic I need a formula that goes down column B, looks at column A, picks out all the different numbers from column A, orders them lowest to highest and separates them with a comma. The words in column A of course are ignored.
I have a series of operations to carry out and, while I can do the code for each individual one, how to declare the variables correctly and have the operations done in a series of Do/ Loops or For/Nexts. Especially the declaring of named ranges as variables. Also a bit uncertain of the best way to find and coy the match. I have attached a simplified version of the workbook, with explanations on it.
Basically what I need to do is loop through a series of named ranges and then loop through the names in each, match each name with a name in a master list (with a flag as an image), add an e-mail hyperlink to that flagged name and copy both to a new cell.
I need a way to re-order an excel worksheets columns based on another worksheet.
Data is extracted from a database into excel however users can configure the columns in the initial system. to how they like This causes problems when the data is copied into an excel spreadsheet I have created as the data copied will not be in the same column order as is required.
How can i reorder the columns without physically having to cut and paste the columns to match?
I have attached a sample spreadsheet.
You will see on the spreadsheet that 'fixed columns' is the order that i require the data however 'variable columns' is not in the same order.
When building complex and long formulas in excel which can not be auto filled due to non progressive variables I tend to combine several cells containing parts of the formula using the ampersand (&) operator.
E.g. B2=[A1&A2&A3&A4] where: A1=[=] A2=[INDIRECT($A$1&"!"&"S] A3= A4=[")]
The result will then look like this: =INDIRECT($A$1&"!"&"S8"), then I copy all the values created by this method (it could be several thousand) and past them into the appropriate worksheet using: past special > past values.
The problem is that in order for the text string to turn into an active formula I have to go into each individual cell (F2) and hit Enter. When I am working with thousand of cells this is not very feasible.
I would have like a chance to be able to remove the apparent potenitial dangerous problem from the thread below and not close it after 10 mins. I'm not on the site permenantly and keep dipping back in eveynow and again. I dont know what the issue is as when I open the file up I dont get any error messages. I have tried this on my machine using Office 2003 and Vista also another PC using Office 2003 and XP
The only error I get is a message saying Disk or Network error, when testing it on the XP Machine this is because doesnt have access to the Database it sends the data to.