I am trying to do a VLOOKUP on a worksheet with a list of our Part numbers. The Part numbers begin with zero and go into the alphabet with anywhere from 3 digits upto 18.

When I sort the sheet Excel sorts the numeric by the number of digits in the number AND totally ignores the first zero. I can not format as numbers since again Excel drops the first zero. Therefore, when I do the VLOOKUP it will not look through the entire numeric list for the higher digit numbers. Is there anyway to resolve my VLOOKUP issue with indexing or?

I have a list of part numbers and a new drawing number and old drawing number. I'm am trying to put this list on the second page of a workbook and write a code on thie first page that allows a person to enter the part number and the old and new drawing numbers will be displayed.

so this gives a part number depending on what number is placed in O6. What I need to do know is look at 2 different cells and for each combination of numbers give a different part number. so if A1 is 2 and B1 is 3 give a certain result.

I have a spreadsheet with 2 worksheets. On the first "active parts" I have a list of active part numbers and on the second "All Parts" I have all of the parts available.

I want to compare every part in the All Parts worksheet to see if the part number exists on the Active Parts sheet - if it's there, I would like it to return the value "Active" in column B in All Parts. I have a formula in column B in All Parts that seems to work for the first few, but as soon as it finds one that is active, the rest of the cells below all return "Active".

I have a spreadsheet listing all my vehicles and their respective oil filter part number. Now, some vehicles share the same oil filter and I am trying to find a way to return the vehicle description when using the filter # as a value. In my example below, I am looking to fill the third column with the Vehicle that also shares the same oil filter number. i.e. in the Dodge row, toyota would appear in the third column and vice versa in the Toyota row.

Vehicle Oil Filter # Also used with Dodge 51515 Honda 54565 Toyota 51515

I am not well versed in excel lingo which is probably why I have a hard time coming up with a method that works.

How can I drop the whole number part of a number and leaving only the decimal part of the number. Then multiply the decimal part of the number with a number. Then repeat this in a sequence. The object is to convert Lat and Long decimals to Hr. Min. Sec.

I am trying to find a way to eliminate endings off of part numbers.

Below are the list of endings that I need to be eliminated from an extremely long list of variant part numbert. This list below may need to have additional endings added, but nothing will be removed. Please see attachment for example of part numbers that need below endings eliminated. Thanks!

R T G4 E4 RG4 RE4 TG4 TE4 G6 E6 RG6 RE6 TG6 TE6 /2K5 /3K /250 /500

I am trying to count how many orders have Part numbers A and B on the same order. If order 123 has part number A and B on it then return true or else false. I think Match and array might be a way to go but I am still not able to come up with the result.

Im using a formula to identify new part numbers. The formula is: =IF(ISNUMBER(MATCH(A217,Existing!A:A,0)),"","NEW"). However you can clearly see from the attached that if has flagged a duplicate part number as new. Why would it do that? Check out A1368 in existing and A217 in new.

I'm trying to run a script from a CAD software which exports property values into an Excel spreadsheet. I need to then sort the spreadsheet by part numbers (which are located in column G) but my script is not working correctly. My data range is A1:G50.

I have a fairly large list (1200 rows) of part numbers that I would like to sort. The part number has text and numbers, with a number in the middle. I need excel to ignore this middle number when sorting (but not any of the other numbers). Excel currently sorts like this:

The first few letters in the part number or the numbers at the end aren't consistant. But it's always the numbers after the "/" and before the "-" (where there is one) that I want to ignore.

At the very least I would I need the list in alphabetical order. I don't need the list to be sorted by the "ignored number" at all. Meaning, I would be happy with this result:

I need to remove duplicate Part Numbers where other information in the cells will not match. In the following two examples, the only difference is that the COMP_ID: number is different, but for my purposes, the second example is a duplicate and needs to be removed. I have hundreds of rows of this type of information with various part numbers: ...

I have a huge column of data. This data has few prefixes that I need to remove. I have a list of possible prefixes. Some prefixes are 1,2,3 or 4 characters long. Could you please suggest best way of removing these prefixes (VBA if possible)?

Following are some of the examples of prefixes: AB GD KR BCD FP- TJ- W

I have the following Macro which groups same part numbers in an excel sheet and also creating a blank row after each (or set of same) part numbers. Their prices are in the adjacent cells. I want to add the price cells and the total to appear in the blank cell below the prices. I have one part number in Cell say A1, Its price in Cell B1 i have another same part number in A2, its price in Cell B2 (The macro has grouped them together) Now I want to add cell B1 & B2 and the result in B3 (Row 3 is blank, created by a macro after each group of similar part numbers)

This process is to be repeted in the entire worksheet.

Sub InsertRow_At_Change() 'part number Dim LastRow As Long Dim X As Long LastRow = Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row Application.ScreenUpdating = False

For X = LastRow To 3 Step -1 If Cells(X, 1).Value Cells(X - 1, 1).Value Then If Cells(X, 1).Value "" Then If Cells(X - 1, 1).Value "" Then Cells(X, 1).EntireRow.Insert Shift:=xlDown End If End If End If Next X Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub

I'd like to create a macro to display the top 5 most frequently occurring repairs on sheet 3 of my workbook. I'd like the macro to analyse all the sheets in my workbook except for the first 3 and then output the results on the 3rd sheet from T50 onward. I have attached a template as an example of how all the sheets in the workbook look (excluding the first 3).

All the sheets have the same layout as the "Survey Template" worksheet.The repairs are located under the Log Book Review of Historical Structural Repair in the Survey Template worksheet and all the repairs are picked through a drop down list that is based on a table of repairs listed in the Parts and Prices sheet within the workbook. I have assigned random serial numbers to the repairs (if that makes it any easier to code instead of locating exact string matches).

I'm working on a long list of cells that have multiple entries of the same part number at different point on the list. I want to create a function that consolidates those part numbers in two columns to the right of the raw count.

I have a Excel 2007 spreadsheet of part numbers and quantities sold. In the spreadsheet we have similar part numbers, but my sumif command is adding these together. the parts are :

0124225031 R124225031

My column of part numbers is formatted as text

My formula is this =SUMIF(Sheet1!H:H,A16,Sheet1!Q:Q) where H is the part number and Q is the quanity

I tried adding a format command in the sumif command, but it returned a 0. =SUMIF(Sheet1!H:H,format(A16,"0"),Sheet1!Q:Q)

better formula and why is excel adding different part numbers together?

i have a spreadsheet with 21,000 part numbers. I am trying to group the like part numbers, then leave a space between the unlike part numbers. right now my spreadsheet has a space between each part number and i want to eliminate that. but also keeping the part's qty, date, etc. with it.

I am trying to filter my excel sheet based on certain digits in a column of part numbers. The part number has 10 characters. I would like to filter it so that all part numbers where the 4th character is the number 5 or 7 is listed and where the 5th character is a zero. (i.e. R4X5831310 is a part number where 5 is the 4th character; I would like the filter to show this part number)

I'll try to keep this brief. Our part #'s look like this. XP014567. Where the first pair of characters stand for a value(say XP=Bolt), the second pair stand for a value(01= Grade 2), and so on. What I would like to be able to do is type in the part numer and have the description automatically populate. Is there an easy way to do this? I'm running Excel 2003.

I have part numbers in a column that look like the numbers listed below. All numbers begin with A, so the default sort begins with the first number. I would like to sort the list using the middle three numbers denoted by the red x's in the first example. Is this possible?

A 385 XXX 0055 A 385 466 0060 A 385 466 0160 A 385 584 7024 A 387 284 0185 A 388 017 0160 A 389 260 1485 A 389 262 0293 A 389 262 4935 A 389 262 9134 A 389 267 2819 A 389 267 3319 A 393 328 0065 A 398 267 3319 A 403 990 0210 A 403 997 0620 A 404 260 0074

im looking to piece together all possible part number combinations with a one condition:

The values in Column A must come before the values in Column B. The values in Column B must come before the values in Column C. And So forth...

Example: If Column A had the values of A, B, C; Column B had the values of -1, -2, -3; and Column C had the values of -01, -02, -03

The outcome(s) would be: A-1-01, A-1-02, A-1-03 and so forth...

How can I get it to do that? But I need the flexibility of adding on more "options" should the part number be bigger (for future part number combinations).

I was given this new task this year. Normally this process is done by hand, by one of the managers, but since it now belongs to me, I look at it as being a little to tedious to do. So I would rather have excel do it for me.

We have about 5 CSRs who handle clients based on the first letter in the clients name. I guess to make this easier to update in the future if the macro would respond to a cell reference for the number of CSRs that would be great. I will need to perform this task Annually, and of course each time a CSR leaves or we hire another one. This way work loads are kept close to the same.

I have a list of letters in column A. Each of these letters has a corresponding number of clients in column B. I have been given the task to try to split these values equally between the 5 individuals. I know that since the numbers don’t all add up and divide equally it can’t be done easily by hand.

I have attached an excel file with what I have in the sheet. Sheet 2 shows what I would like to have as an example as output on the same sheet. (What I put on the sheet is an example of the way I want it to look, are not close to adding up to a "close to equal" total.)

I want excel formula to calculate the sum the value of partused depends upon serialno repeats where repeats of end of serial no i want result at end of every multiple serial no end cell.

I have a USB scanner connected to a PC. Data is entered into Excel when the part number barcode on a box is scanned. I have two worksheets that I will be scanning part numbers into, one is Group A and the other is Group B. On Group A's sheet there is a list of Group B part numbers that will be used for the lookup procedure when the barcode is scanned. The same is true for Group B's sheet. The groups should never be mixed, so if part number "B005" is scanned into Group A's sheet it should cause an error message to pop up. I've attached a workbook as an example. Is it possible to do this with VBA?

I would like to use an (I think) easy SUMIFS formula. In this case I'm using only 3 criteria, and 2 of them work perfectly. With the third I want to SUM only IF the series begins with 112 in the example.

Can you cut out part of a number and replace it in another cell. For example

A1 come in as ###+### and it will not always be a three digts all the time but I would like to keep the number in front of the "+" in A1 and the number behind the "+" into A2 cell.

I am trying to reference a Name of a place from an order number. To illustrate, University Park, IL can have an order # of 6598641373. The only thing is, all I need to reference is the first four digits, 6598. The other worksheet does not have city and state names, they only have the order #s.