I am trying to sum the same data across several tabs but I am using information in the column and row headers to find it. For some reason this formula wont work and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong.
I have a set of data as attached where the productivity of each staff is recorded on a daily basis.However, the cell in which their name is located on each tab of the day of the month might not be the same. I am thankful that the forum actually provided me with the formula located in cell c15.
1)However, I would appreciate if someone could translate what the formula means as I am not so sure what the formula represents.
2)The reason is I would like to calculate how many training days (TR), Medical Leave(ML) and Emergency Leave(EL) for the month of January for each staff.I tried modifying the formula but it didnt work.
3) Is it possible to use a vlookup function for this solution?
What I am looking to do, instead of telling excel what sheet to go to, is insert this: =INDIRECT(TEXT(Y10,"yyymm")&"!ab1749") to find the matching sheet name to the date that resides in cell Y10.
These both work separately on their own to return the needed value. How do I put them into one formula without telling excel what sheet to go to (1st formula) and specifically what cell to go to (2nd formula) because the cell location may change and I want to completely automate this?
Column A has got random numbers, my formula attemts to capture the count of numbers as specified in B1, is there a way I can nest an indired t formula to mention in cell C1 ( > or < ) so it can look for numbers greater than the number in B1 or lesser as indicated
It's just a simple percentage calculator for my purposes and works fine as is. However, I want to make it dynamic whereby from a user input the length of the array will increase or decrease, e.g. G9-G11 will become G9-G12 if there are four rows occupied with data. For all my other SUMming equations I have solved this and even came up with what I think is a perfectly valid solution for this one. The one problem is that it doesn't work when combined into a single equation.
My solution for the upper part of the fraction is this:
The formula is =SUMPRODUCT((Group="A")*(Project_Description="Long Term")*(Profile="B")*(INDIRECT(B9)="x"))
B9 through M9 have header text Jan_2012, Feb_2012...Dec_2012. Basically my aim is to get the above formula working before I drag it across so that the named ranges get picked up automatically from the headers.
Jan_2012 thru Dec_2012 are dynamic named ranges using INDEX (and not OFFSET as someone mentioned OFFSET is a volatile function).
The above SUMPRODUCT formula is giving me a #REF! error for the (INDIRECT(B9)="x") part. I know that because when I replace it with (Jan_2012="x") it works fine.
I realized while writing this that it may be because the named range in Jan_2012 is not the same size as that of other arrays. [but it is the same size - I've re-confirmed just now]
I am trying to develop an Indirect Indirect Validation drop down list. Example, Building - Floor - Room, i.e. Select Building from a Validation drop down list. Then based upon the Building selected, select only the Floors applicable to the Building Selected. I am able to achieve this via an Indirect Validation drop down. However, when I attempt to then select the Rooms applicable to the Floor of the Building I selected, I can not produce an Indirect Validation off a previous Indirect Validation.
In the attachment, I have used Plant - Location - Room. I have name ranged the selections, and have used Validations Lists for Plant, and Indirect Validations for Location. The error occurs where I attempt to do an Indirect Validation for Room.
How can I copy down an indirect formula? When I copy it the lookup reference doesn't change. My formula is: =IF(INDIRECT("Q1")="",INDIRECT("R1"),INDIRECT("Q1"))
but when I copy down the cell reference stays the same (I need to keep the indirect formula because I'm adding columns in column Q but it needs to reference column Q even when columns are added). From reading through some other posts I believe I need to add a ROW() or COLUMN() formula in there somewhere.
And I want to show this data in a table, where I have the years 2008, 2007, ... in cells A1:A10 and the formulas =INDIRECT("rate"&A1), =INDIRECT("rate"&A2), ... in cells B1:B10.
For some reason, I am getting nothing but #VALUE! errors in my indirect formulas. In fact, even if I take out the indirect and just have ="rate"&A1, ="rate"&A2, etc., I still get the errors. It seems like the problem is with the & operator. This only seems to be a problem in this certain workbook; I am able to get the desired results if I open a new workbook.
I need to create a formula for a series of ranges that have a variable sheet name (which is located on sheet Backend!E15) and when it creates the formula will reference the exact same cell on the variable sheet. this is what i have so far...
Sub formulaset() Dim Cell As Range Dim target As String For Each Cell In Range("b4:al132") Application. ScreenUpdating = False target = Cell.Address Cell.FormulaR1C1 = "=INDIRECT(CONCATENATE(BackEnd!E15,""!"",target))" Application.ScreenUpdating = True Next Cell End Sub
but this is the answer I am getting in the first cell of the range...
as you can see I am having trouble getting the target address to lock in. To make things worse, its needs to be in " " so the concatenate creates the corect address link.
I have tried to apply '= SUM(INDIRECT("A2:A10"))' formula to do the SUM at cell A11. But, if I add two more Rows, then my formula moves down to cell A13 but numbers in Cell A11 and A12 does not get added to the total. How can I avoid that? I have reserached this site extensively and could not find an archived solution.
I'm in the middle of making a yahtzee game in excel. Does anyone know if it is possible to use the indirect function in the formula of a picture. I have embedded 6 bitmap images of dice on sheet 2 (worksheet name: "Dice Images"). I took a picture of one of those dice and pasted that picture on sheet1. The formula in the picture is: ='Dice Images'!$A$1
This means that it is refering to cell A1 of the "Dice Images" worksheet of which contains the pasted bitmap of the dice image. I was wondering if I could use the INDIRECT function instead of the formula above but the following returns an error: =INDIRET("'Dice Images'!$A$2",true). It returns the following error: "The text you entered is not a valid reference or defined name". It doesn't seem to like the INDIRECT function for some reason, unless I am doing something wrong.
I am using VB in Excel to write a formula for summing a column of numbers that will vary in length. I have been using the Indirect formula and have the start and end cells of the range identified in another location. My problem is, the macro in vb is sending the Indirect formula to the cells containing the start and end points by using relative functions ie. go across 30 columns and up 10 rows to get start cell. I wanted it to just save the cell location of the start and end points. EG.
VB formula is: "= SUM(INDIRECT(R[-23]C&R3C29):INDIRECT(R[-23]C&R3C30))" whereas I just want it to read "=Sum(Indirect(C4&D5):INDIRECT(C4&D6))"
where cell C4 gives the column letter and D5 the row number of the start of the range and C4 and D6 give the column letter and row number of the end of the range.
Okay so I'm trying to us the SUMIFS formula to add values on a different sheet based on criteria on that sheet but I want to use a text string on the sheet with the SUMIFS formula to reference the sheet with the data on it.
The following formula is all on one line. I want to do indirect for file name and tab in all instances it shows up. (I want to have the filename in one cell and sheet/tab name in another cell to reference the indirect to.)
How would I use indirect in the formula to reference the cells?
I want to create a formula of the form: =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(4,2,2,TRUE,($A9) and insert this in a cell BUT the $A9 reference needs to reference the row of the cell where the formula is being inserted which will vary. ie. A30, A31, etc. How do I do this?