See attached for an example. I'm trying to use the SumIF funtion with a named reference as the criteria. Here is my formula. =SUMIF(B10:F10,"<MinReq",B10:F10) It keeps returning 0 even though there is valid data.
I want a sumIF function (based on three criteria) to fill the values of cells in a column so long as there are values in the cells in the column before that one. I was working with trying a loop, but have been shown a faster way is using the With function.
There are four named ranges that all exist on a separate sheet in the file: Crude, Location, Year and Volume. Based on the first three columns of the file I wish to have an output for the sum of volume based on crude, location and year.
Right now, my output simply returns the total sum of the "volume" range in each cell in the output column.
For example, if total sum of values in the volume column is 100 then my output column currently looks like:
How can I reflect the correct trainee count for Day1-Batch1?
Currently columns F,G,H computes for expected, actual and total variances of trainee respectively reference to the training date J3.
Since this is a 2-day per batch even, I could not capture the 1st day trainee total of every batch because I divide the sum by 2 (2 day / training batch). The sum is only corrected on the 2nd day. Attached herein is the sample file.
I attached a file I made conditional formatting on cells C4..G6 which makes any number less than value in cell C15 invisible. In line " Total" I used SUMIF formulas which ignore any value less than 30. However the formulas should not contain static numbers but rather a reference to cell C15. But I simply cannot make it work.
I have a list of codes from which I'm trying to extract all unique entries.
For example, col A has 001, 001, 002, 003, 003, 003, 004, ...
I'm trying to create a report template with formulas that reference col A and return a single unique entry for each code so that the new column has only 001, 002, 003, 004.
Essentially, the codes reference customers. A customer can have multiple purchases -- but I'm trying to create a report in which I can utilize SumIf formulas to Sum the purchases for each customer and represent those purchases on a single line per customer code.
The catch is that the purchases change monthly (i.e., next month the purchases may be 001, 002, 002, 002, 004) so my report template needs to have the flexibility to adapt without me rewriting the SumIf formulas and return SumIf results for only customers 001, 002, 004. Whereas in the prior month, the report returned SumIf results for customers 001, 002, 003, 004.
I'm trying to use the INDEX function to return a value from a named range. But I'm not directly typing the named range into the INDEX argument. Instead, I'm grabbing the named range from a vlookup table (essentially, another named range). So, if "vh" is the name of the named range, I'm not using the formula:
I'm trying to use a countif formula with a named reference but the formula is not calculated correctly. My example would be: countif(A1:A5,<max) with max being the named reference. I also tried various options using quotes around the named reference (ex. "<max") but that doesn't work either
I'm working with a very complex financial workbook with over 3,000 named ranges and would like code to replace the named ranges with the cell references and display it in a message box so the user can easily trace the references without removing the named ranges from the formula. There is a lot of code with the named ranges, so actually converting them to cell references is out of the question.
I found this code, but obviously it physically replaces the range names in the cell. Hopefully it can be converted to display it in a text box.
Code: Sub FixReferencesToCellNames() Dim c As Range, n As Name For Each c In Range("A1:IV65536").SpecialCells(xlCellTypeFormulas)
What I am looking for is that a user select a cell that they want to see the references, run the code to see the cell references for that particular cell in a message box.
How would I used the indirect function to reference a named range in the workbook in formula creation.
For instance, if in cell A1 I have entered the text "Sales" which is also a named range in the workbook. Then in cell A2 I tried entering the following formula to sum based on the entry in cell A1 using the indirect funtion. For instance:
In this instance I was hoping this formula would then sum the amounts in the "Sales" named range. And, if I changed the text in cell A1 to "Cost" for instance (another named range in the workbook), it would sum the amounts in the "Cost" named range. Allowing for a dynamic formula based on the entry in cell A1.
I have two workbooks wkA and wkB. I have a named range in wkB called BName.. can someone tell me whether it is possible to set a range variable (say, raA) from wkA to this named range in wkB. I have tried something to the effect of set raA = wkB.range("BName") but this doesn't work.. I've also tried set raA = [wkB.name].range("BName") to no avail. I'm wondering whether named ranges can actually be read from other workbooks.
I'm trying to create code where a user can input criteria into a cell then run a macro. The macro would then use that criteria to filter the pivot table. I have attached an example. The first portion, using date to filter the current page - pivot item is working. I need to creating the code to use the "supplier" to filter the pivot items on the row. As a note, both the Date and Supplier cells are named references.
I have a split named range covering non-contiguous areas, ie: Name: status_web Range: =$F$14:$I$122,$F$700:$I$746,$F$798:$I$830,$F$905:$I$933
This appears to work fine when selecting the name however it returns a #VALUE! error when using it in a formula, eg: = COUNTIF(status_web, "*p*"). Is there any way to get this to work, or do I need a separate named range for each contiguous section? NOTE: Not sure whether this extra fact would through a spanner in the works, but I am referencing this named range from a separate workbook.
This seems really basic, but I can't seem to find it...
Using Visual Basic, if I have a named range, lets say like "NAMEDRANGE", how can I refer to cells in that range by their position in the range? For example, if I want to refer to the cell in the 2nd row and 3rd column of the range.
Also is their an easy way to refer to the first(top-left) cell in a named range?
I have a problem creating a circular reference with dynamic ranges. I have searched already but can't find the specifc problem. I have a spreadsheet where I use vba code to insert extra columns. Within the worksheet there are sum calculations at the end of each row. When I add a new column within the table I would like the sum calculation to expand to account for this extra column.
Now, I thought that dynamic ranges would be the way to go but the only way I can see to do it creates a circular reference as the CountA function trys to count the cell with the sum function in it.
I am building an interactive sheet to profile a number of divisions based on a summary sheet of about 1200 rows and 90 columns of profiling criteria
I have attached an example but essentially:
1. I would like to be able to select from a list a value which would also be a named range title 2. Have the range information transposed into a row
What works: 1. I can transpose the range information when I use the following formula I used OFFSET(Governance,COLUMN()-MIN(COLUMN(HGovernance)),0)
The problem: I cant get it to use a cell reference (i.e. When I select Governance out of a Drop down list of Finance, HR, Governance etc). Having to type in "Governance" to bring back governance range information is fine, but not great when I am trying to profile the Finance or HR division as it then becomes too manual.
I have the following codes in which I am to refer a file and folder to do some further processes.
myfilename = "C:Documents and settingsacsMy DocumentsEntrymyfile1.xls" folderPath = "C:Documents and settingsacsMy DocumentsEntry"
I want to enter these two paths in a sheet in my excel report file (For example, I am running the report from Report1.xls, in which there is a sheet name "Filepaths". In this,
in B5, I would like to enter the Filepath (B5 named as "FILEPATH") in B6, I would like to enter the Folderpath (B6 named as "FOLDERPATH")
So that, if I am copying the folder to another area, I no need to change the code every time in the VBA editor. I can do changes in these cells and it will be taken as the path to run the code further.