Notice the difference between the bold underline and the normal ones. There is also some weird thing happening where in some cells, when I use the underline feature, it shows as a bold underline, but once I've pressed enter to move on to another cell, the underline reverts back to normal. If I select to edit (F2 or double-clicking) said cell, the underline becomes bold, and vice versa (s3lw.png).
All this started happening immediately after I did this (was just experimenting, and I have no idea what this actually does, or if it was the cause of those occurences): Insert > Symbol > Special Characters > No-width optional break. I did that to just one cell though, and now all this weird stuff is happening.
My spreadsheet is locked and protected, and i have found out that the BOLD, underline and italic functions have been disabled, is there anything i could do via VBA to keep these functions active,...????
I need bolding and underlining cells that are "Concatenated". For example, cell format for cell K12 is already bolded and underlined. If I concatenate (C1,K12,D2) I get a result that doesn't carry over the format of those individual cells - particularly K12 which I want BOLDED and UNDERLINED.
The code brings up the message box the way I need it to
At the bottom of the code in the standard module is what I changed. In the message box. If the GDT button is clicked the GDT chart opens. If the Symbol button is clicked the Symbol chart opens. This all works.
But will I select a symbol from the symbols chart it will appear in the cell that is double clicked. but then end up as a letter instead of a symbol.
But, the gdt chart works perfect.
I thought Cancel = True Would do the trick but does not. Any ideas what is missing??
This code below is in the sheet module
Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClicK(ByVal Target As range, Cancel As Boolean) ThisWorkbook.Unprotect ActiveSheet.Unprotect With Application Cancel = True............
I'm using Excel 2010 and I applied a Data Filter to a simple table. I then messed around with the drop downs in each column, sorting the data by different criteria. After doing this, is there a simple way to get the table to revert back to its original order/form?
I am merging columns. Col B has all text in bold. Col C has all text in regular font. When I use ASAP to merge, the merged column comes out all bold. When I use a formula to merge the merged column comes out all regular. What I want is for the merged column to contain the bold text from Col B in bold, and the regular text from Col C in regular.
What I want is...
This is for service plan B: Take all data and transer to new server.
What I am getting is...
This is for service plan B:Take all data and transer to new server.
This is for service plan B:Take all data and transer to new server.
Is it possible to underline text with differenet color? Text is let say std. black, and need red underline. (I can change color of cell down but I would like underline line in right test test. underline.xls
Where each (i.e., A1) represents a location. I have tried to use a coordinate system but this will not work for the back-to-back locations. (Assuming each location is 2 feet wide, For example A1 to C1 is 4 feet apart, not 2 feet (as Euclidean or rectilinear would calculate it as).
Would there be a way to incorporate an if statement for those locations that are back-to-back? As a rectilinear distance calculation would work as long as the locations are not part of the same "block".
Ultimately I am looking to have a matrix which contains all the distances between each location:
look at the attached file. How can I have the text values in Column A automatically be underlined if the concerning value in Column C drops below the value "1"? Note that Column C wont give you number values in this sample book as it refers to another file on my hd.
I need to underline text which is populated from a formula. How to format numbers, dollars and dates within a formula, but how to underline text.
Desired Result: The employee's who sold more than 100 cars this month are: Alex, Mike and Tim. Please congratulate them on their performance!
Formula being used ="The employee's who sold more than 100 cars this month are: "&cell reference&"Please congratulate them on their performance!"
Current result: The employee's who sold more than 100 cars this month are: Alex Mike Tim Please congratulate them on their performance!
Attempts: I wish underlining text were an option within Format Cells/Custom so I could just use the formula =text(cell reference, "underline"). However, I don't see that as an option in the 2007 or 2010 versions. Is there a way to add "underline text" as my own custom format?
I also tried using "Conditional Formatting" (both "Format cells only that contain" and "Use a formula to determine which cells to format)." I can't quite get it because I don't know how to list names for the former conditional formatting. Vlookup is the only way I know how to refer to a list for the formula based conditional formatting, but this would stop after the first name on the list is found and ignore the rest of them.
When I enter some text into a TextBox, the first character is fine, but after the second character has been entered, the font seems to develop an underline. I've created a Word document with screenprints but have been unable to make it small enough to upload here, despite trying for the past couple of hours! You can therefore see the document here ... http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/view.php?id=508384&da=y
If a user changes some data in a pivot table and then refreshes the table, the changed values are supposed to revert to the source data, right? This does not happen in my pivot table.
Any changes made in the underlying data get transferred to the pivot table refresh, as expected. But if I change some values in the pivot table, followed by a refresh, then the cells that I changed remain the same unless I happened to modify the corresponding values in the underlying source data too. In other words, the refresh operation does not touch the pivot table except specifically where an update is driven by a change in the underlying data.
This behavior is different from what i remember from, say, excel 97 / 2000.
I have a worksheet with many tables that I use in formulas.
I like tables for a couple reasons, one being the ability to insert/delete rows without affecting the rest of that worksheet row.
Also, automatic copy of formulas/formatting is great.
But, what I really like about tables is the ability to use the naming conventions in formulas.
Problem is when I save this worksheet, after I close it and open it back up, all table references in my formulas have been converted to cell references.
=IF((SUMIF('Quote 1'!$M$28:$M$43,">"&'Quote 1'!$J$57:$J$60)*'Quote 1'!$G$57:$G$60)+(COUNTIF('Quote 1'!$M$28:$M$43,""&'Quote 1'!$J$57:$J$60)*'Quote 1'!$G$57:$G$60)+(COUNTIF('Quote 1'!$M$28:$M$43,""&tblOSSRV[Min Order Cost])*tblOSSRV[Cost / Part])+(COUNTIF(tblFam[[#Data],[Qty by Factor2]],""&tblOSSRV[Min Parts Per Line])*tblOSSRV[Cost / Part])+(COUNTIF(tblFam[[#Data],[Qty by Factor2]],"
Say I measure the height of 1000 people and I have those in a column in excel. It should be a normal distribution with mean x and standard deviation y. How do I actually graph it so I can see the normal distrubution curve that looks something like this: [url]
I tried making a scatter graph but it graphs them point by point. I want the height to be on the x axis and something like frequency on the y axis.
I'm trying to make a bell curve (normal gauss distribution). I have some problems regarding the probability density curve, since its values are so low. If you look column N in the attached file - I used the NORMDIST command. Values should be somewhere between 0,2 and 0,4 - but they're about 100x lower.