I a formula in one of my cells so that when the data is filtered it will add up all the cells that have a yes in them. However I'm getting an error. If I use the countif formula it still adds all the cells with yes that are not in the filter selection.
I have a linear count from 1 to 160 (J3:FM3) and I hide columns manually over time depending on a certain criteria. However, I would like to count how many columns I have left. I believe you need to use the subtotal function, but I do not understand how to use it.
I use the Subtotal function to sum several columns during the subtotal function. I dont think I can run a subtotal doing the sums and counts. Is there any way to add the number 0f rows in each subtotal? Count? I'm not sure how to go to each blank row (subtotal line) and count/add the number 0f rows in that subtotal?
Is it possible to get a unique count in a group subtotal though the elements in the group may not be unique using Pivot Tables w/o resorting to Power Pivot?
Group 123 Group 456
Are both members of NorthDivision
If someone is in Group 123 for 9 months, then Group 456 for 3 months, that membership should be reflected in the correct group accordingly.However, that person should only be counted once in the NorthDivision, not twice.
Group 123 0.75 Group 456 0.25 NorthDivision 1
At first glance, it appears easy, however, what if membership is only total 3 months?Then Group would increment 0.25, but I need NorthDivision to increment 1
I have attached an example of what i am trying to do. I can work out how to calculate unique entries by putting in a formula under a pivot table, but is it possible to select an option in the pivot table settting which will give this result?
=SUBTOTAL(2,A2:A100) can be used in combination with any other formula so that when the data is filtered using autofilter it will only count values greater than zero.
I have attached a worksheet with the example.
In the attached workbook subtotal formulas are used in Row1 for sum and row 2 for count. When the data is filtered using code "DUP" in column D, the subtotal in cell C2 is "4", whereas in the specified range there is a positive value in only 1 cell that is $1050 in cell C99.
Is there some combination that can be used with SUBTOTAL formula so that it will only count values greater than zero when data is filtered.
way to do this but i have a sheet that is into 5 - 6 thous rows, in one of the columns (names) i sort it by names and then order it by subtotal for certain values.
What i need to know, is there anyway i can take just the subtotal values out and put onto another spreadsheet without copying and pasting it all as there are lots of subtotals and this would help alot as the other info is not nec. just the subtotal'd info. either that or is there anyway i can highlight the subtotal'd row info in yellow/bold text anything like that that would make it stand out without having to do it manually?
I seem to be experiencing a problem using the SUBTOTAL formula. Is it not possible to use subtotal in a running command? ie [A2] = SUBTOTAL(102,A$1:A1) then drag for a couple cells vertically. "0" is displayed for ALL dragged cells.
I tried "googling" this, but I can't seem to find an answer. Is there a way in VBA to refer to the "subtotal" row(s) in a sheet? I have a large sheet that has a varied number of rows. Each month the data changes and I have to go in to the report, subtotal by one column and then enter a specific formula into the subtotal row.
Is there a way to reference the subtotal row in VBA so I can write a macro that will do this all for me? There are typically a varied number of subtotal rows and the locations of them change depending on the amount of data we have each month.
What i would like to be able to do is subtotal all the sheets (Approx 190 Sheets) with subtotals in Column I and (K to AA) with each change in Column D Period reference D3 till the bottom the data is entered. As an example i have attached a sample with one sheet 77001 showing what result i would like.
I have added subtotals to a worksheet, as I have many times before, but this time I don't see any controls off to the left. I am at a loss as to why this might be happening or how to get them to display. Have I toggled something off or on that might be causing this?
1) I have an a list of transactions (multiple lines per day / per item - variable count of lines) that add up to form daily profit.
2) I want a count of the profitable days (i.e. where the sum of (1) above is +ve) and conversely a count of losing days (i.e. where the sum of (1) above is -ve)
3) My existing SUMPRODUCT formula "=SUMPRODUCT(((InputAcctDest=$A8)*((LEFT(InputCalc,3)="ALL")+(LEFT(InputCalc,3)="TRD"))*(MID(InputCalc,21,15)>0)))" simply produces a count of the positive numbers, not a count of the subtotal per day when such total is positive.
I have a large spreadsheet with production numbers on it. The sheet shows the day and time that each run starts and the day and time that each run ends. It also shows the usage of a raw material that each run consumes. What i need to do is figure out how the usage per day not usage per run. Until now i have been doing it manually and with all the data i have, it has taken 4-5 hours each time we need to update our usage. If it makes it any easier, the hours can be rounded - so long as the usage stays the same. (ie. if a run starts 5 min before midnight, we can assume it starts at midnight as long as the usage is not reduced fro the run). I have attached a sample of the data so you can see what i am working with.
Having n issue explaining a statement to a customer. I want to list his incoming payments and invoices in an Excel sheet. So going in order of the statement I'll list the in and outs but I would like a subtotal under each transaction so he can follow easier. Example
Is this possible using the subtotal command? Here is what I'm getting $68,920.77 $68,920.77 Total $68,920.77 $13,812.43 $13,812.43 Total $13,812.43 $12,563.14 $12,563.14 Total $12,563.14 $(20,000.00) $(20,000.00) Total $(20,000.00)
I have a report with sales YTD. I need to split it by weeks (incremental YTD) so I can use the subtotals to create a graph showing how we’re getting close to our goal for the year. To be clearer, what I mean by incremental is creating a YTD by week column like shown below.
I have an excel workbook which contains two sheets. Sheet 1 contains a list of items. I need to search for each of these items in sheet 2 and sum up the 'base price' and enter into column B of sheet 1. So basically
1. I need to pick up the first item in sheet 1. 2. Find the column which contains "Module Name" in sheet 2. 3. Search for the item picked up from sheet 1 in the column which contains "Module Name" in sheet 2. 4. Sum up the "Base Price" for all occurrences and enter this summed value into column B of sheet 1 next to each item.