I have a vba macro that takes data from one workbook and pastes it into another workbook. In doing this I have declared a few variables of type single (I only need two decimal precision). However, when I copy the values from the cells on the source workbook and paste them into the target workbook, the numbers end up having 12 decimal places. Ultimately, this extra precision causes my totals to be off by .01 or more after a while. I have tried rounding the number as I pull it off the source workbook into the variable, but that didn't matter. How do I solve this problem? Code for pulling data from source workbook:...
I have a problem that when I try to convert text to number and format the number without 2 decimal places as seen on the link I have given below, Instead of 1607.947, I get 1607947. I have Excel 2010 loaded. The details are in below picture.
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 have created a userdefined function. the Idea is for the user to calculate the difference in hours and minutes. The input would be like budtime = 30 , realtime = 1.25 the answer I would like to have is 28:45 (28hours and 45 mins). Im aware that I can format the cell manually with [h]:mm but I'd like the function to do it. I have written this:
Function RT(BudTime, RealTime) RT = Format(((CDec(BudTime) - CDec(RealTime) / 24)), "[h]:mm") End Function
I know the basics of excell, but haven't ever written any formulas or macros (if that's what I need?) that would perform the following opperations. Bare with me, it's a three step process.
1. I need any zero's to the right of the last number (1-9) to be removed. (I think this can be done with the click of a button, somewhere?)
examples: a. 173.17300 = 173.173 b. 231.11000 = 231.11 c. 53.00000 = 53.
2. I also need for the decimal to be moved to the right of the last number after the zeroes have been removed from the previous step. (This seems to be the most deficult step, but most important for me.)
examples: a. 173.173 = 173173 b. 231.11 = 23111 c. 53. = 53
3. I then need to be able to cross reference those remaining numbers with a set of numbers I have.
examples: Remaining Numbers / My List a. 173173 / Not on list b. 23111 / MATCH c. 53 / Not on list
i want to do something that should be relatively simple, and yet it is not... has me stumped. what i'm doing: taking a range of numbers... from 1-19, 20-39, and so on, and using a vlookup function to pin a rating for said value off a reference table. heres a example of what i'm doing: A | B 1 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 ... ... 19 1 20 2 ... ... 40 3...................
I would like to enter whole numbers but have them convert to decimal. I have searched and found a solution, but it only references to one column and I need to reference other columns as well. I tried to edit but I’m not very knowledgeable with code. Here is an example of what I am looking for, columns E31:E52, F31:F52, L31:L52, M31:M52, N31:N52. Could someone provide a code to acquire these results?
I am facing few problems with excel ever since I updated windows 8 to windows 8.1. Whenever i try to enter a decimal number in excel, say for eg. 3.4, it reformats to date- Apr03. I even changed the date and time formats for eg. short date is formatted to dd/MM/yy and long date to d MMMM yyyy. The format is set to enlgish (uk).. what should i do?
I have column A which shows the quantity of a product that I have in stock
A1: 20 A2: 20 A3: 20
I also have column D which shows an increasing income, the amount of the increase varies daily but what I need to achieve is that every time cell D is greater than 50 then cell A4 should be the sum of A3 + the number of '50's that were in D3.
So in this example A4 would increase to 22 (because I can spend 100 on 2 items of stock) and cell E3 would show the balance. In this example its 7.35
How to make a date into a decimal number. For example, Dec 14 I need to convert to 11.45
Its basically the number of months and days that have gone by in that calender year. So the 11.45 is "11 months" have gone by and the .45 is the days that have gone by in the month of December. (the 14th day divided by 31 the total in December = .45)
So another example would be Feb 3rd. My conversion would be 1.10 (1 month has gone by in the calender and 3 days into the month, 3 / 28 = .10 so Feb 3rd is now 1.10) June 20th = 5.66
Im creating a form so that my employees wont have to hand write these anymore and reduce all the human errors. Its to calculate income for my borrowers. I want them to be able to enter todays date and have excel convert that date into the decimal form. Then they can enter a Year to Date $ amount and that will calculate a monthly income.
I need to add a decimal point to a column of numbers. For example, where it says 126 needs to be changed to 1.26, 3035 changed to 30.35, 13593 to 135.93 and so on. Can this be done automatically or with a formula?
a1 -> 2.333.33 "i want this to return as 2,333.33"
a2 -> 33.33 "i want this to retun 33.33"
a3 -> 45.555.55 "i want this to return 45,555.55"
i already asked this question and someone gave me this code -> substitute(a1,".","",1) which return to 2333.33 but the problem is for the a2 if i use the code it will return as "3333" which read as "3,333".
Is there any way that we can determine if the values have two decimal point before it will run the command?
I have a few cells that contain decimals that do not appear as decimals. If the number is 50.1, it only shows up as 50 in the cell. I've tried formatting it to a number with 2 decimal places and to scientific and when I do that the number displays as ##. When I do general formatting it only appears as 50.
I used a formula to pull the number into a different cell, however, and in that cell it shows up as 50.1.
Is there anything I can do to make it show up as 50.1 in the original cell?
I am looking for a formula that will calculate the number after the decimal point, for example: A1=0.4656162 I want to multiple the number after the decimal point by A2=60, is there a simple formula to enable me to do this as I have to perform this across a large number of cells.
I'm using the Calendar Control to determine 2 dates. 1 Starting Date and 1 Ending Date. I'm trying to determine the total number of months between those two dates down to 2 Decimal Places. I also need to get the total number of weeks and days but those are much easier and I've been able to work those out by the following:
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