I have a large dataset (24000 rows) that requires me to multiply two different columns of integers. In some cases, the two integers are both negative and multiplying them results in a product that is positive. I actually need that product to be negative rather than positive. I can't quite seem to figure out the best way to accomplish this.
I have data that comes from a subsytem that places the negative sign at the right of the number, so it is recognized as text. I can get around this using find and replace and then a second step to multiply that by -1, but is there a formula that can do this for me?
I have data starting in E7. I want it to go down the column and find the negative numbers. If it finds one then I want it to change the number in the row to the left of it to a negative. So if E67 is a negative number, make D67 a negative and so forth down the line Sounds "simple" but how do I do it?
I am having a problem with a formula I think I should be able to get correct but not sure if I am able to do so. On the attached file I have a filter on the TIER's for "Is grater than or equal to 5". What I need is a SUMIF formula that will take into account the filters. This formula needs to separate out between "GER", "IRE" and "UK" in cells C37, C38 and C39.
I have a subtotal in cell C35 which gives me the subtotal of all countries but I'd like to be able to have the subtotal separated out between the 3 countries and also still have the ability to manipulate the data so I could select different TIER's or a range of TIER's and Cells C37 - 39 automatically update themselves.
Have a look at the attache example. I have inventory items which have a fixed value. I have several quantity columns to reflect various inventory positions. (OnOrder, WIP, ATP, ATS, OnHand, PAB as at date()...)
At the top of the sheet I need to show sum of quantities and sum of values. In order to compute the values currently I need to hide columns to the extreme right to do the math on a row by row level and then sum the rows and copy the the value to another cell. In this case the cells with yellow background.
Is there a way to be able to write a formula that would return the sum of the qty multiplied by the value without adding an additional column. I would need to function like with filters as well (like =subtotal())
I am using subtotals to create groups. Sometimes there is only one row but more often there are two or more rows. I am trying to run a macro that needs to select either one row (copy into memory) of which there will always be a blank row below that, given the space where the subtotal does its calculations. I have tried a couple things i.e.
Is there a way to have the macro start and if it sees only one row followed by a space (blank row of subtotal that creates the needed break, that it will copy that one row into memory or if there are two or more rows that it will copy all those rows up to the next break and put that into memory? There can be anywhere from 1 row to several hundred rows.
have an excel spreadsheet linked to a network printer, it contains a list of what each user printed, how many pages, and the total cost. It is constantly updated. The total cost column contains the wrong price, so Im using this formula:
in EACH field on the total user cost column to extract the CORRECT price. So, I started my macro, highlighted the entire TOTAL COST column, then inserted my formula into each field in that column. The correct price displays for rows that contain data, and rows without data are blank. However, when I try to create a SUBTOTAL (Data --> Subtotals) for each user, I get the following error: "To prevent possible loss of data, Microsoft Excel cannot shift nonblank cells off the worksheet."
This is because I applied the formula to the ENTIRE column - even blank cells still contain the formula. How do I get fields without data to be completely blank?
I need the data "pulled down" into the subtotal row, so to get this after I subtotal, I'm sorting by C, and I've got some VBA deleting all rows where COLs A & B are blank (this is the longest part & the part I want changed the most - this gets rid of the non-subtotaled rows), extended replacing "Total" with "" in COL C and then inserting a lookup in A & B to get the data back next to the subtotals.
This takes really long and I'm sure there's a faster way to do this that I haven't thought of. All in all, I'm looking for something that will ONLY keep the subtotal rows, and will fill down the data to them while removing any non-subtotal rows.
Client Location Product Cost Sub- total ABD Here Slurry $125. ABE There Mud $525. $650.
Where I want to enter the cost and have Excel do the sub-total automatically. Is there an easy way to do this, remember I am new to all of this? The spread sheet is already 147 entries long and will only grow and I don't want to have to figure out the sub-totals each time.
Formula/code to change the position of where the subtotals are placed. I don't want them appearing at the beginning or end of the data set but in a separate column beside each data set. how to access the code so I can try and alter it myself.
I have sorted my data by three layers. First by Budget Center, then Invoice, and then Account. I am having trouble writing a formula that will total the amounts by account with respect to its invoice and budget center.
Let's say I have this set of data A..................B..........C date_______amt_ sub 12/1/05____ 1000 12/1/05____ 2000 12/1/05____ 5000 7000 12/3/05____ 2000 12/3/05____ 9000 11000 12/6/05____ 1000 1000 12/7/05____ 4000 12/7/05____ 2000 6000
So we see a subtotal according to the date, where the total values in chronological order are calculated to be
Subtotal doesn't add cells hidden under a filter column but it does when grouping. How can I get groups to change a subtotal based on whether they are hidden or not. What I'm really trying to do is use conditional formatting to change the format when a group is expanded vs collapsed.
I am trying to work out a spreadsheet that I am using conditional formatting to highlight every two rows. I have 2 lines for each item and i need them to be grouped together. I can get the formula =mod(row(),4)
I need to count the number of times a word appears in a column in a pivot table and add the total value in the next cell minus 1 if the number is more than 1.
(All) QA (All) Count of 1ST LVL ERROR Error Type Count
The totals in C come from a pivot table created from the data in a separate sheet. I need to dynamically show who made an error and the frequency of that kind of error. I've gotten the Error Type count to display according to the word in column B, but column C will show how many times that a specific notation was made.
"Annualization" appears in column B 3 times, but column C shows that one of the descriptions is listed twice in the separate sheet. The current formula shows 3, but it needs to count the 3 in B, then add any number that is more than 1 minus 1 in the relative C cell to yield 4.
This is my count array: =SUM(LEN(B6:B4506)-LEN(SUBSTITUTE(B6:B4506,D6,"")))/LEN(D6)
I've also used: =COUNTIF(_1ST_LVL_ERROR,"*"&D6&"*")
I don't know how to get the second column to factor in, though.
I have a report of employees' hours reported for the week, which I process payroll from.
I have sorted the spreadsheet first by employee number, and then by date. I have subtotaled each day's hours (with a formula rounding each day's hours to the nearest quarter hour).
I now need to add a subtotal of weekly hours, per employee number, and I cannot figure out how to do this.
Here is an example of what I want to do. I have highlighted the second subtotal I want to add to the spreadsheet, but have been doing the =sum(xxx) formula for each employee because I can't figure out how to subtotal again.
David L 9/30/2013 0005 360 6:00 A.M. 12:00 P.M. David L 9/30/2013 0005 112 12:30 P.M. 2:22 P.M. David L 9/30/2013 0005 115 2:22 P.M. 4:17 P.M. David L 9/30/2013 0005 13 4:17 P.M. 4:30 P.M.
I have column in which all of the different types of deposits for the day are listed. I also have additional columns listing the types of the deposits along with the subtotal for the specific type i.e cash, credit card etc. I would like the subtotal in one columm to be the same color along with all of the individual deposits in the first column that are included in the deposit.
Is there a macro to subtotal by column name then only total certain columns? Like the data below, can I subtotal by Key then I only want the subtotals to show Price, Sale Price, QTY,, Warranty, Credit, and Cash. So I dont want to subtotal % cash?
Entries in column B indicate a new entry. What I need to do is to check that the sum of values in column G equal the corresponding value in column B. So, Entry B is incorrect for example, as 40,20 & 30 does not equal.
In the real example, here are hundreds of enties. Each entry has varying numbers of rows.
The data is obviously just an example, but that's how it's set up (a subtotaled worksheet with three columns). My issue is that I need to write a macro to copy these numbers in column 2 (ex. land - $65,000) and paste them in a cell in another worksheet that finds the particular cell to paste it in based off column 1 and column 2.
Cash Equipment Land Prepaid Rent Whole Foods Kroger
Essentially, I'm trying to find a way to copy the totals in column three and paste them into a cell in a certain row (based on column 1), and column (based on column 2). I'm pretty lost, and I just need some guidance as to how to tackle this. So far my code sets column 1 and 2 as strings and sets the columns in the second worksheet to these strings, and from there I'm lost
Sum of ItemValue SalesRepOrderNoTotal ACON12356 AC ON12444 AC Max34
Rather than use SQL (I don't have data on SQL server) or re-organising data by order number, is there a fix using calc items, calc fields or grouping to show correct MAX figures? Why Excel doesn't simply evaluate visible cells seems crazy to me!