# Show Plus Sign On Numbers Greater Than X

Aug 9, 2008I'm trying to write a macro in Excel that would change any number greater than 10 in a spreadsheet to say "+10"

View 9 RepliesI'm trying to write a macro in Excel that would change any number greater than 10 in a spreadsheet to say "+10"

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Is it possible to just show numbers greater than an amount in a pivot table?

View 3 Replies View RelatedI have attached here an excel sheet with some data. I need to show the minus value in D5 as a plus sign, is there any conditional formula to work this out??

View 4 Replies View RelatedIn A1 I have the time (military h:mm) 8:00

In B1 I have the 30 min braek we take at work 0.30

in C1 the end of shift time (16:00)

In D1 total hours (formula : = sum(C1-A1)-B1

and it is OK EXCEPT if the employee has the day off.

In that case A1 and C1 are empty but because of B1 I get in D1 the terrible ####

How can I remedy this ... this sheet cannot be edited in anyway. ( I cannot delete or edit anything)

Thought of an IF but the #### are not a value so I cannot do much in the way of conditional fprmats ... how not to show these #### when the sheet is printed.

For Exempel

A1=B

A2=1

A3="="&A1&A2

I have even tried with concernate and indirect in A3 but no difference there...

I want A3 to return =B1 but it only returns it in text but i want it in form of a formula. Is there a formula that returns text directly into a formula or an easy way to do this?

This should be an easy one but I am having a difficult time extracting the digits after the # sign in each account description in my list. The values in each cell do not follow any rhyme or reason and differ in length. Three examples of the current data and what I am looking to extract are below.

Current Data:

ALBERTSONS #8272-ROSEVIL WHS-closed

ALBERTSON'S #703 - SAN RAMON

ALBERTSONS #7105 - CARMEL (SOLD 6/06)

Extract Needed:

8272

703

7105

I have a colum of positive and negative numbers I want to sum all the numbers regardless of the sign. Example

-1500

8000

-2500

4000

=16000

I can not work in another colum or covert the negative numbers in another colum then add them up.

I need last cell to read 16000. What formula do I need?

If you have a formula lets say ( sum A1-A2) and the total is negative i.e. A1 is 100, A2 is 50 would return -50, how do you get the value to show a plus sign if the value is positive? i.e. if A2 is 100 and A1 is 50, excel would simply show 50, but I'd like it to show +50. Also, if the result is 0, so both A1 and A2 are 50, how do I get Excel to display the words On Forecast in a cell?

View 6 Replies View RelatedI am looking for a formula to do the following:

In Tab 1, I have a negative number and the word "Original" next to it. In Tab 2, I have a mix of positive & negative numbers. I want all numbers that are negative to display the word "original" and all positive to display" new." How do I do that? Also, I want the opposite to work as well-- if Tab 1 has a positive number, I want all positive numbers in Tab 2 to display "original."

i want to know how to prefix a minus sign (-) before numbers in cells in a large range.i m working on a large sheet containing the Numbers with Cr and Dr as suffixes just like 445Dr ... 3331Cr and so..on... in the worksheet

i want to know the method of deleting the suffixes and prefixing - sign infront of numbers having Cr as the suffix.

Numbers with Dr as suffix denote positive numbers

and numbers with Cr suffix denote negative numbers. i want to prefix the -minus sign in front of numbers having Cr in the end.

formula on the attached sheet. I need to update it now. The strengths are going to stay the same, but the weaknesses (purple headers on spreadsheet) only have to show up if the value associated with it is 3 or greater. (So traits with quantities of 1 and 2 will not show up as a weakness)

I have attached a spreadsheet wit desired results.

I have a report with sales statistics from today and yesterday. Then I have a summary sheet that shows the balance between the two. But I'm only interested in seeing the lines with a balance greater than zero. Is there a better way to do it than I've already done? I've attached an example...

View 7 Replies View RelatedI am creating a spreadsheet that allocates hours to different categories of work - for example, "Fire Protection". I need the allocated hours for all of the different Fire Protection duties to only show up when a value greater than zero is entered in the column at the top of this category entitled "Fire Protection". If "Fire Protection" has a value of zero, then all fire protection-related duties will automatically be zero as well - in effect, this category of hours is nullified.

View 1 Replies View RelatedI am working on sheets("TO")

I want to popup a userform when i want to show the records

Show records condition

if Q3 is greater than > 0

In column B I only want to show the results from Column A if the character count equals 3. In Column C I only want to show the results from Column A if the character count is greater than 3

Example:

Column A

ast

john

julie

tyw

nhy

frank

Count Occurrences of each Column on a Range, and starting on C33 TO AD33 Shows the occurrences of each string

note:I know how to Count the Occurrences and get TRUE or FALSE if "great than" or "less than"

BUT what i need is to show the real value Greater than 3 and/or less than 6 Under each number (string)

e.i 03 ->3 times ( with out word time, of course..)

For this Task FALSE/TRUE is no good for me..

I have a DDE feed going into an Excel spreadsheet which gives me a share price in real-time. i.e the cell value is constantly changing.

I would like to create a formula that tells me if the price is 'Rising' or 'Falling' based on the previous value, before it was updated.

So, for example, if cell C4 said £1.00 and the the next price change changed cell C4 to £1.05 I would like cell C5 to say 'Rising' If the next price change was say to £1.04 I would like cell C5 to say 'Falling'.

Match Combinations & Show Those With Greater Than X Matches

Option Explicit

Dim Data_1() As Integer, Data_2() As Integer

Dim N1 As Integer, N2 As Integer, Nx4 As Integer, nRow As Integer

Dim I As Integer, J As Integer, K As Integer, L As Integer

Sub Show_4Pluss()

Range("A1").Select

Application. ScreenUpdating = False

N1 = Range("H1").Value

N2 = Range("P1").Value

Redim Data_1(N1, 6), Data_2(N2, 6)

nRow = 1

Do While ActiveCell.Offset(nRow, 17).Value <> ""...................

I'm trying to solve a strange problem in a piece of code.

I have a variable that is define as Double called STD. When i try to insert that variable in a formula the decimal sign (for me a comma "," because I'm Portuguese) gets converted to ";" (which is for me the separation sign for the expressions in excel formulas. ex: AND(A1>0;B1>0)=TRUE). The code is:

My boss uses the + symbol and the = symbol in his formulas eg "=+E3*E4" What is the advantage or difference in this as to just using "=E3*E4"

View 3 Replies View RelatedIn a formula, what effect does putting a plus sign after an equals sign? e.g.

=+((1+B8)^12)-1. I orginally assumed that it made sure that result the would always be positive but I was wrong.

I am importing data that contains specific start dates and I was wondering how to filter the criteria in Microsoft query to only show start dates greater than today or perhaps yesterday. This would eliminate all entries that have already occurred. It seems I can only select a date in the criteria that exists in the data.

View 14 Replies View RelatedI have a set number that I need to allocate over a flexible period of say 5 -11 days.

I have applied the traditional split per day to each number i.e. a monday normally results in 20% of transactions, Tuesday 25% etc.

The issue comes in when I try to allocate the budget over a period longer or shorter than a week.

Therefore the budget for the 9 days is being allocated over the period of 9 days which results in a overall allocation of 150%. (duplicate mondays etc).

Is there a way to limit the entire period to a set number and have the numbers adjust themselves accordingly up or down to match it other than multiplying it by a factor?

Example attached: Excel Problem.xlsx

i have some text that is in a text document +1-17 0.5L the problem is when i import the file in to excel and set delimiters it will not show the " + " sign i have tried to set formating to text but it still drops it

I have the attached table of numbers and I need a formula at the end of each column to identify whether any cells in that column consecutively have numbers in them greater than zero. Ideally by a count of how many cells in the column have consecutive numbers greater than zero (so if there are three 1's in a row and then a zero and then another 2 1's I want it to count 5).Excel Help.xlsx

View 2 Replies View RelatedI can not remember how to do the following. in column N have numbers ranging from 1 to 100. I need to get numbers counted in this grouping. >50, <50 >70, <70 >85, <85. I don't even remember how to start. I tried

View 2 Replies View RelatedI am trying to average a column of numbers. I want to only average the cells

that contain a number greater than 0.

How do I count cells with numbers 1 and greater. My cells are counting the -. All my cells are showing the - (zero value) but are being counted.

View 12 Replies View RelatedI am inserting data into my spreadsheet using VBA code to read a file and insert the data into the relevant cells. My problem arises when I have a string such as 80830410205724044. The actual code that inserts the data is as shown (temp is dimmed as string)....

View 9 Replies View Related"in Excel" - my formula for cell C11 is: "What percentage of the time (occurrences) was the value in cell B11 greater than the values in A1 thru A10?"

As in...:

100

99

98

97

96

95

94

93

92

91

90...95.....40%

89...16.......0%

88...123...100%

87...90......20%

So no data in first 10 rows of Col B. (Or Col C, of course.) Then for the value that appears in B11, how many times (out of 10, in this example for sake of ease) was that value greater than the entries in the first ten entries in Col A:

95 (cell B11) was greater than A10, A9, A8 and A7 (91, 92, 93 and 94). So 4 times out of 10, B11 was greater; 40% is the answer the formula would yield.

16 was never greater than any entries in A2 thru A11, so 0%.

And 123 was greater than all the entries in A3 thru A12, so 100%. Etc, copied down the sheet...

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