I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong with this formula in Excel 2003. I figured out how to do it in Excel 2007 using the SUMIFS statement, but alas Excel 2003 won't take a SUMIFS statement.
I have data in a column, J of Worksheet B that I need to add based on 2 conditions. The first conditions are in cells AJ6 to 8 on Worksheet A. The second condition must be matched from Column A of Worksheet B to the same condition in Column F on Worksheet A.
I'm trying to sum cells in a column that meet the following criteria: If the first character of the cell = "V" then sum the last two characters in the same cell. I.e., if A4 = "V12" and A6 = "V10", then I need the formula to return the total 22. All other cells, whether blank or starting with a different letter need to be ignored. My attempts have failed, including this last one that returns a #VALUE error. =SUMPRODUCT(LEFT(A1:A10,1)="V")*(MID(A1:A10,2,2))
whats happening to my workbook. On a worksheet called Data, i'm pulling in a lot og data from a database. Then on another worksheet i'm looking for certain things on the data sheet and counting how many there are.
This all goes along find until i close the workbook, and then re-open.I click the automatically update button that appearsand once it finishs updating all my values are replaced with #Value.
I'm using the formula below to count the distinct number of values in the range, many values are repeated so this formula only counts each one once, it works sometimes. For some reason I get a #Div/0 error once in a while.
The entire range might not always have a value, when I get the error if I add text to the remaining cells of the range the error is cleared.
I do not want to use a If (iserr(myformula),0,myformula)) because there are still values that need to be counted even if the range is not totally populated.
I'm a big user of sumproduct but i have tried many variations on the following =SUMPRODUCT((R9:R14="Sales Revenue")*(S9:S14)) without success.
If the data is clean ie does not contain # div/0 then i can get a fine result.
With a #div/0 then the result is #div/0. Can someone please tell me how to exclude #div/0 from the calculation please. I have searched several boards and cannot find an answer, but i'm sure its simple.
Iím using sumproduct to count the occurrences in a column based on 2 criteria. The formula is: =SUMPRODUCT((D6='[BillPaymentTransactions.xls]2+ per Day'!$F$2:$F$4144)*('Exception Region V2'!$G$6='[BillPaymentTransactions.xls]2+ per Day'!$B$2:$B$4144)*('[BillPaymentTransactions.xls]2+ per Day'!$L$2:$L$4144>0))
The formula works when the array is less than about 3150 rows but goes into error when I use 4144 row range.
I am doing something dumb or does Excel not handle more than 3150 rows for the sumproduct function?
My SUMPRODUCT formula is returning 0 instead of expected results =IF(ISERROR(SUMPRODUCT((WOR_Data!$A$2:$A$429=$A7)*(WOR_Data!$E$2:$E$429=$L7)*(WOR_Data!$K$2:$K$42))),0,SUMPRODUCT((WOR_Data!$A$2:$A$429=$A7)*(WOR_Data!$E$2:$E$429=$L7)*(WOR_Data!$K$2:$K$42)))
I have verified that all criteria match criterion for spelling, case, length(trailing spaces). All fine. First comparison is unit, second comparison is account description, 3rd argument of course column to be summed.
If I take out the error handler, I receive #VALUE! error
I've written a sumproduct formula, which does what I want it to do; but it returns a zero in false condition, instead of a blank. I've tried several things, but don't seem to be progressing very far. Here's the formula that I ended up with.
I have this code that only returns a #NAME? error. I'd love it if someone could take a look and let me know what you think might be going on. If it factors into it, D1:D4 each contain one of the following: USD, AUD, GBP, MX and E1:E4 contain the corresponding exchange rate. Also, J7:AJ41 contain a function that returns a number. Let me know if you need more information. I just can't figure why this is not working.
Dim x As Range Dim Curr As String Dim Rate As Double
For Each x In Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount").Range("D1:D4") Curr = x.Value Rate = x.Offset(0, 1).Value Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount").Select Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount").Copy After:=Sheets(2) Sheets("Cash Flow Detail - WkCount (2)").Name = Curr Cells(7, 10).Select ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=IF(activecell.offset(RC7)=" & Curr & ",('Cash Flow Detail - WkCount'!RC*" & Rate & "),0)" Selection.Copy ActiveCell.Range("a1:aa35").Select ActiveSheet.Paste Next End Sub
My formula =IF(OR( FIND("Bugs",E2),FIND("Daffy",E2)),"/wkly",0). Always returns #VALUE! error. I can understand if neither value occurs in the string, what confounds me is if one of the two does occur in the string If I shorten to
Private Sub Workbook_Open() 'Application. ScreenUpdating = False ' Turns off screen updating Dim Filename As String Dim nFam As Integer Dim cRow As Integer Dim i As Integer ws As Worksheet
Filename = "O:BVRMusers_sharedJCIntraday ToolFamily List.xls" Workbooks.Open Filename 'Opens Family List
'Count the number of rows (Families) in Filename (Family List) Set ws = ActiveSheet With ws . Cells(1, 1).Select cRow = .UsedRange.Rows.Count End With End Sub
i cannot get ws to be set as the ActiveSheet. i receive a run time error 91 each time and cannot figure out what is wrong. i've used this code before under subform functions, but this is the first time i've placed it in the "ThisWorkbook" area.
Having a problem with a simple udf to calculate values across multiple sheets using the calling cell as a reference point. It works great until you open another workbook and then switch back. At that point all cells calling this udf return a #value! error. If I type anywhere on the sheet all of the values will recalculate but this is less than ideal for the end users here. below is example of concept
Function TestMe() Application.Volatile (True) Dim strCallAddress As String Dim intSubTotal As Integer strCallAddress = Application.Caller.Address intSubTotal = Worksheets(2).Range(strCallAddress).Value intSubTotal = intSubTotal + Worksheets(3).Range(strCallAddress).Value TestMe = intSubtotal End Function
However, is there a way that I can get Vlookup not to return N/A when I have a blank cell on the report (not in the data table). I want to be able to calculate the progressive grade average of a stduent as the year progrsses.
I have a file created in Excel 2003 that uses a vlookup to reference another file, also created in Excel 2003. The function returns VALUE when the referenced file is closed. I get the VALUE error whether or not I update links upon opening the file. If I open the source file, the function calculates properly.
Here is the formula when the referenced file is open:
The full & correct path appears in the formula when the referenced file is closed.
Columns C, D & E in the referenced range contain text, column F contains a Sum. This file is linked to another file, also using lookups. The linked area in this file works without problem, but it is a precedent to the calculation in column F.
Both these files reside on a network in subdirectories of the same logical drive. I am using a laptop that briefly had Excel 2007 installed on it, but was wiped clean before it was issued to me.
I am trying to count up the number of times 'On Premise Activity Tracker'!AG32 was used from 'On Premise Activity Tracker'!H19:H38 only if it was in the month of MAY.
This is a working document that is going to track information over a years time. Therefore, I have noticed that the formula only works when there are values in the cells. However, when I increase the range to the whole workbook I get the #N/A error because I do not have data in some of those cells.
I'm using this sumproduct and it works until a cell has text. =SUMPRODUCT(($C7:$C16=$C$2)*($D7:F16))
I've tried =SUMPRODUCT(--($C7:$C16=$C$2),($D7:F16)) but got the #Value! error because of the D7:F16 range. If I changed it to become F7:F16, then it works. But...my original formula adds all values giving me a YTD result. If I changed the range to be only F7:F16, then all I get is just that column's data. I have January to December's data across the columns from D to F. Any ideas on keeping my D to F range? I've tried Transpose but it didn't work either.
I have a weird problem with some cells calculating (for example) =sumproduct(bundleNoNRP, bundleNoQTY). There are a number of cells with similar formulas calcutating with named ranges, and they all display #Value (a value of the wrong data type is used in this formula).
Both these ranges are set up via a VB program. If i just seperately on the sheet do the sum of either of these ranges it works fine.
What could be going wrong? Is there some way of checking whats in the ranges? I cant see why the data type would be wrong if I can do sum calcs ok..Is there some rule which would mean the calculation wouldn't work anymore? This is part of a much larger VBA project so I hope I have provided enough information.