The "summary" tab will be calculating 20 statistics for each of the 30 or more tabs. In an effort to automate this - can I replace writing "January!" with a cell reference? For example; instead of writing = sum(january!a:a). Could I write = sum("A1"a:a), with the A1 Cell = january!. Obviously I tried this and it does not work but I am not sure if there are other options.
I am trying to review a cell range for a specific criteria, and then sum up another cell range if the criteria matches. Here are the formulas I have typed in - there are two columns I am trying to calculate using the same formula, they are next to each other:
=SUMIF('MASTER POINT SCHEDULE'!I2:I841,"0ACA101",'MASTER POINT SCHEDULE'!O2:O841)
=SUMIF('MASTER POINT SCHEDULE'!J2:J841,"0ACA101",'MASTER POINT SCHEDULE'!P2:P841)
I want to import a CSV file into a worksheet. one of the things i need to do for the import is seperate the data if its a different currency.BUT copy the format from a sheet called "MASTER" which will be hidden. some of the variables are as follows, there will be more
0 = GBP (£) ¢ = USD (U.S Dollar) E = Euro S = CHF (swiss Franc) A = AUD
I have nearly finished my project, but need to make the last real bit of code, then just some general tidying up.
What I want to do - I currently have two tabs in a userform - one called 'main' and one called 'extra'. - I want Main to always be shown to the user. - I want Extra to be hidden (is it possible to make the tabs invisible?) and for this form to be shown only under a specific condition
I have a question on my userform (using Option Buttons): "Did the customer ask about an extra product today?"
If the answer to this question is no - When the user hits the command button (after filling out the rest of the form), do nothing special - just return all the values to the worksheet
If the answer is yes - When the user hits the command button, I want them to be taken to the 'extra' tab. They will fill out some additional check-boxes, then hit another command box, which will return the info from both the 'main' and 'extra' sheets into the same row of the worksheet.
In brief: I want my 'extra' tab to be hidden, only to appear when 'yes' is selected, and for the results all to go back to the worksheet.
My workbook contains 13 tabs - 1,2,3,...12, and Summary
My data starts on line 4 of every sheet but varies in length - so far the longest goes to line 30.
Rows used on all 13 sheet are as follows: A - contains facility names B - contains a two or three letter code C - contains hours D - contains dollars E - contains adjusted rate
On the Summary tab I have listed all the facilites and two or three letter codes. I need to sum column "C" on tabs 1-12 when they match columns A & B on the summary tab. I have tried the following but can't get them to work:
=IF($A5=""," ",SUMPRODUCT(--('1:12'!A$4:$A$50=$A5),--('1:12'!B$4:$B$50=$B5),'1:12'!D$4:$D$50)) I did not put the  excel added that automatically I had 1:12
=SUMPRODUCT(--(THREED('1:12'!$A$4:$A$50)=A10)*(THREED('1:12'!$B$4:$B$50)=B10),(THREED('1:12'!C4:C50))) I just seen the THREED for the first time today and am not sure if this was the correct place to try but it didn't work anyway
I am looking for a macro or a formula that can give me multiple tabs, what i need is jan 01 to april 30,the next 2 books i could do by copying of course i have looked at the macros on here and no nothing about them ....
I would like this Macro to run on 6 different tabs in a worksheet as one Macro. It is currently only running on the active sheet. The tabs that I need it to run on are labeled "Totals" "New" "Used" "Service" "Parts" "Other Income-Ded"
Sub ExpenseAnalysis2012() Dim rngSource As Range Dim rngDestination As Range Set rngSource = Range("D3:E90") Set rngDestination = Cells(3, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Offset(0, 2) rngSource.Copy rngDestination.PasteSpecial (xlPasteValues) End Sub
I have one tab for every month of the year plus a pivot table and summary page. Each month has 100+ products produced. In any given month the products could change, so a product could be on multiple sheets. I have used the pivot table to eliminate duplicates and create my summary sheet. Now I am trying to lookup the product description across the tabs using and if(isna(vlookup, but this does not seem to be able to handle more than a few tabs at once.
The second problem is I need to add the the production from each month for all the products produced in a year to the summary tab. I do not think the sumif function works here (or I am doing it wrong). I thought about an if(isna(vlookup +if(isna(vlookup and so on but do not think that will work either.
Could you help with an onerous task that I must complete every Quarter.
I have a spreadsheet with multiple tabs.
The first 3 Tabs are Calculation sheets and do not need to be re-named.
All the preceeding sheets each need to be renamed to the days of the month (British Format), skiping Sundays.
i.e Tab 4 should be renamed 010409, Tab 5 should be renamed 020409, Tab 6 should be renamed 030409, Tab 7 should be renamed 040409, Tab 8 should be renamed 060409 and Tab 9 should be renamed 070409 etc etc ...
Extra - Also if possible on each sheet could the Tab date be placed into Cell A4 (eg. 010409) and also the Day number (eg. 01) (Starting from 01 on 010409, 02 on 020409, 03 on 030409, 04 on 040409, 05 on 060409, 06 on 070409 etc etc ...) into Cell A6.
I am using this for my sheet =VLOOKUP(B1,master!$A$1:$C$45870,2,0)
I have added a tab "masterA" with 47K lines and a tab "masterB" with 38k lines. How do I get excell to start with master--if it does not find it there - go to masterA --and if needed go to masterB? ( checking in that order )
I have imported a table from my access database. sadly, it has over 65536 rows. I am going to have to break table down into mulitiple sheets on excel. Using a VLOOKUP formula normaly like this. =VLOOKUP(E5,MHIFUPK,5,0)
where E5 is my target,MHIFUPK is the sheet with the table array, and 5 is the price of E5. Now I will have multipe sheets, and I need to be able to refreance all of them in order to find E5. Anyway to do this besides upgrading to 2007, (wish I could get the company to upgrade)
I've only recently ventured into the VBA scripting and am finding it quite exciting. After doing some trivial stuff, I'm trying to work with websites. Currently, I'm trying to pull data off of a website which poses a form which has to be filled first. I've been successful in filling the form and clicking submit, through the code, but the site opens the results in a separate tab in IE. I am unable to make it go to that tab and copy-paste data from there.
Secondly, instead of just blindly copy pasting, it would be better if the data is pasted in a more readable format (as on the website). The following code is plainly copying and pasting the data as-is and hence rendering it unreadable:
We have these worksheets that have 100 tabs each each tab is named joel_1400, joel_1401...Joel_1499 insert data in each tab template as needed for RFI's. then we have to make another worksheet with 100 tabs for 1500 to 1599
what we are doing is copying the whole worksheet and then erasing all of the user fields and changing all of the names manually for each tab
I have an excel spread sheet with about 300 tabs. each sheet has the same column fields..I need to pull certain column fields ( the same fields ) out of each tab and export them to another spread sheet.
I'm a bit over my head on this one. I want a formula that does the following: Look at the date I put in on the last tab and find the correct date on the other tabs. Using that date as the column I want it to return the correct row for the data.reference.
I am using the HLOOKUP function. I'm not even sure this is the right function. Ont the workbook attached I'm trying to get the data on the Totals tab to come from the Sept Wk 1 through Sept Wk 5 tabs. The formula I tried to use is on the Totals page C7.
I have a spreadsheet with multiple sheets, which can vary from project to project, and they all have the same center sections of the headers. Is there any way to automate the filling in of all these headers based on the first sheet?