I am trying to figure out how to ignore a #VALUE! error in my OR formula. I am using this formula for conditional formatting and I don't want to correct the error because I am using the errored out cells as a fourth conditional format since you can only use three in excel. This is my formlua:

=OR(N4>0,O4>0,P4>0,Q4>0,R4>0,L4>0,Q4>0,K4>0)

How can I modify this formula so that the whole formula doesn't error out if one of the cells has #VALUE! in it?

I have data in range J2:J365 , H368:H401 & J403:J827. i want to check wether this range have negative values or not if yes load all negative values in the listbox1 by clicking checkbox.

I'm trying to rank the values in cells S32:S38 in ascending order while ignoring zeros and negative values. I also need to rank duplicate values with a unique ranking, so that no ranking value is repeated. I tried the formula below, but the ranking values start at "2" instead of "1" and I can't figure out how to fix it.

is it possible to write a macro that will convert absolute values into negative based on criteria? Data gets downloaded from in house system which comes out as all absolute values, now i need the macro to covert absolute values to negative if the amount is either "Our Reciepts" or "Our Delivery"

Below is a small sample of data, real data is around 100 rows

Col DCol EOur Receipts1231Our Delivery1231Delivery Settlement1323

I am making a summery table of lots of soil contaminant data.

In my summery table, for each determinand I want the average value automatically taken from data from a number of other tables within this same spreadsheet.

For example, for pH- I would average the pH value found in each table, from cell D6, G24 and AB9.

The problem:

Out of the three tables where I take each pH value from, on occasions only one will have a value- the other two will be "0".

How do I ensure that, when averages are taken, it will always ignore '0' values?

I have a data set for a call centre that displays each staff member's daily call numbers across two different call types (Call Type 1, Call Type 2) - staff only work on one particular call type each day. I would like to create two pivot charts, one with daily/weekly/monthly averages for Call Type 1, and one for Call Type 2.

On the Call Type 1 pivot chart, is there any way to exclude staff members who only work on Call Type 2 by ignoring zero values and not displaying their name on the horizontal axis? Currently, if a staff member was working on Call Type 2, they will still display in the Call Type 1 chart as a gap. I have read in other forums that you can set a minimum value on standard Excel charts, but I can't see how to do this on a Pivot Chart.

I've tried changing the cell format of some number values to text, so the numbers are not read and calculated in to certain formulas, but they're still included in the calculation. I need all values to display in the spreadsheet, but I need exclude a range that would vary.

Is it possible to just change the cell format, so numbers are ignored by a formula?

Using Excel 2003. I have a data range for a graph. The values in the cells are the results of a simple If function - If(m28>0,n28,0). The results are taken from a larger data input exercise. But, the graph line (a simple graph!) plots the FALSE value (0) when I would like there to really be no value & hence no plotted point if the result is FALSE.

Some Julian dates don't have any date to summarize

When charting How can I ignore the zero values and the associated Julian date, without literally removing each and every row manually that has no data?

Using Excel 97, Is there a way to Sum the values in columns if the value in cell B is a negative number. I want the total placed in their respected columns after excel finds 8 Consecutive Blank rows.

Ex

B1:B70 (remember the number can change it can also be B1:B80)

B1:B70 is a positive value, but then B85 is negative so begin the calculation from that point.

Sum B85,F85,G85,H85,I85,J85,K85,L85,M85,Q85,R85. And place the value in their corresponding cell after 8 consecutive blank rows appear in row B.

I am currently working on a project and encountering this problem with VLOOKUP.

I need to show the result into negative since it is negative on the table i made.

In my this scenario, it gives me this error "#N/A" even if the value is in the table.

Here are the details: 3 columns RANGE Minutes 0.02 0.03

[Code].....

my actual table is upto minutes of +960 and -960 and still planning to go up until +1500/-1500

I have named the table as "TABLE" and the value is on "F3" I am using the command =VLOOKUP(F3,Table,3,TRUE) but if the cell is negative it return positive value how do i change the formula so it return the value to negative if it shoud be negative?

I also attached the file as your reference.

I need this to get the value in minutes if it is within the value in the range.

Using AVERAGEIF on a row containing both positive and negative values one can easily calculate the Average of only the positive or negative values. I need to filter the 20% outlier on each case, how can I do that with TRIMMEAN ?

This is an example of the current formula using Averageif for the positive values:

I've hit a wall for the first time in my excel using career, I’ve searched the net high and low, asked the guys in my IT department and am so far stumped for a solution.

The problem is thus:

I have 3 columns, A, B and C.

Column A and B contain two numbers. Column A is "telephone calls offered" Column B is "Telephone calls Answered".

Column C is a calculation of the percentage of calls NOT answered. The formula I am using for this is =(A1-B1)/A1*1

This gives me a % as an answer.

Rows 1 to 66 are different time periods through out the day.

The problem is that for some fields, we don’t receive any calls, at all. Or we receive a call in one time period, and it is answered in another.

so Lets say cell A1 is 0, and Cell B2 is 3. Or A2 is 0 and B2 is 0.

How is it possible to get excel to display 0% if, after the calculation the value is < or = to Zero?

I have tried the below "IF" function but it returns a #Value error

=IF((A1-B1)/A*1<=0,"0%",(D67-E67)/D67*1)

I now leave it to the capable hands of the anonymous internet gods of excel

All i am trying to do is create a function that will provide me with the minimum invoice value between cells H17:H150 which excludes negative values i.e. refunds ...

Negative or zero values cannot be plotted on log charts!!

Some of my log charts will have negative or zero values at certain input variable combinations, however, I'm obviously not interested in those charts when this is the case.

I have a formula where I am taking a fixed amount away from a cell (i.e. dragging it to the right) until it reaches zero. I do not want the answer to be negative and when it gets to that stage I want it give the remainder. For example: 100 - 35 = 65 30 5

I want to restrict a textbox to only let the user fill negative values. So first of all he/she shouldn't be able to fill in a text, and only values. And if a value is filled in, then it should be a negative value (automatically).

I've got 12 months worth of business accounts which have been downloaded onto a single spreadsheet.

These show negative and positive values. As I only want to work on the negative figs at the moment, how do I highlight the colour of the positive value cells or font to prevent any mistakes ?

I have a very large worksheet (row count maxed in 2007, and then some), for which I need to do the following: search column A for a string that will occur many times, and then check the 10 cells that follow in its row for negative values, dropping some sort of indicator in the 11th (shading it red or something would be fine). An additional bonus would be if the 10 cells that possibly contain a negative could be summed (the sum could serve as the indicator?). If no negative is found, nothing need be done, and the macro should chug along searching A for the next reference to this string.

My hope was to do a sort of "With Range("A:A"), .Find("MyString")", save position as StartPos, do the 10-cell row checking in a nested IF or For (though the For would take a long while, checking each cell individually), then doing a .FindNext after StartPos until = StartPos (does .FindNext loop back to the top?). The formatting of the indicator cell in the 12th cell in each relevant row doesn't really matter, it's more just for jumping to critical rows.

I want to restrict a textbox to only let the user fill negative values. So first of all he/she shouldn't be able to fill in a text, and only values. And if a value is filled in, then it should be a negative value (automatically).

I am attempting to add conditional formatting (yellow fill) to cells that are greater than 15% or less than -15%. I've tried the following formula but, it highlights all cells.

I have a sheet which contains credits and debits for several accounts:

Customer Amount

ABC 2000

XYZ 3000

XYZ 1000

ABC 1000

ABC -5000

XYZ 1000

What I need to do is match negative and positive values within each account and highlight them. I have been able to put together a VBA code from google and other forums to match within all rows.

Code: Sub matchdata() On Error Resume Next

For Each cl In Columns(10).SpecialCells(2, 1) Err.Clear

[Code] ........

1. I need to adapt the code so as to do matching within accounts. Example within ABC and XYZ separately.There will be 100s of accounts. 2. If possible, I need to offset a credit (negative value) with multiple debits. Example: ABC -5000 would offset ABC 2000 and ABC 1000. I am not worried about the remaining balance.

I use data on a text file and import this into Excel and use a macro to format. The data lists invoices and credit notes and their dollar value.

Due to a fault in the program that creates the text file all dollar amounts are shown as positive figures. Credit note amounts should correctly be shown as negative figures.

The invoice number format is 8 characters beginning with a letter and credit notes begin with a number.

Is there macro code that will change credit note values to a negative figure?

In Sheet1 from row 12 on down in columns A to E I have numerical values.

Column F has letters, either N or S Column G has numerical values Column H has letters, either E or W and columns I, J and K have numerical values again

On a new sheet (Sheet2), I want everything copied but the numerical values in columns G need to be changed to negative if the cell to the right, column F, have an S and the values in column G need to be changed to negative if the cell to the right, column H, has a W.

Columns F and H are therefor not copied to Sheet2 (Sheet1 has quadrant readings and Sheet2 will end up with azimuth readings)

The result is that Sheet2 will have all numerical values from column A to column I with columns E and F either positive or negative values.