A friend of mine asked if there is a formula that will add the "Y"'s and "N"'s based off of a filter per certain dates. Below is a brief example.
We want to be able to sort by dates so regardless of which date we pick, below the Y's and N's will be the total for the Y's and N's that are visible. If sorted by April, it will show 2 N's and 0 Y's, and so on. Is there any formula out there that can do this.
What I am trying to do is have the formula look at the order statuses in column E and total the dollar amounts attached to the status of those orders and sum them up. So, for example, if I wanted to see everything "On Hold" I'd enter this formula I am trying to figure out, and it would should me the sum for everything on hold.
Right now, I've been working with these formulas, but noticed there would be a problem (most likely) with Excel not looking at each occurence of the word "On Hold"; it would more than likely just stop at the first one:
=IF(E2:E51="On Hold,I2,"0") or =IF(E2:E51="On Hold,I2:I51,"0")
I'm still having issues with this workbook. I cannot use a pivot table to fix it, I don't understand them and it confuses me greatly..... so I'm at the mercy of either a formula or macro. I need to combine the duplicate part numbers (a), total the quantities, average the price (d), and total the amount of the part (e). I'm having a very difficult time with it.
(I have a sample attached that is file sample 2, and the entire spreadsheet attached- sample 3)
A B C D Visit_Date Day_of_the_VisitHousing_Tour_TimeNumber_in_Party 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 2 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 4 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 1 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday Not Requested 2 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 3 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 3 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 4 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday Not Requested 1 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 2 3/23/2012 0:00Friday Not Requested 2 3/23/2012 0:00Friday Not Requested 5
What I'd like to be able to do is if Column A,B, and C are the same to sum column D. So, for example, I would like the data above to look like this:
A B C D Visit_Date Day_of_the_VisitHousing_Tour_TimeNumber_in_Party 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 7 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday Not Requested 3 3/22/2012 0:00Thursday 12:00 P.M. 12 3/23/2012 0:00Friday Not Requested 7
I am in the process of making a database more efficient and am running into a problem with sorting data. I currently am trying to use AutoFilter to sort the data. When I want to then narrow the results further using the same column as the critical and there is nothing that matches the critical, I get everything from the entire database that matches that critical rather than what I want to see, which, in this case, would be nothing.
I have attached a sample file. In it, when All AF 1000 is run and then Selected MAC 2000 Wash is run, I want to see no results instead of seeing all MAC 2000 Washes from the original data set. I can do it using IF/THEN but I am looking for a faster way to do it.
How to sum numbers from multiple columns that match certain criteria.
My spreadsheet is a funeral team tracker and it's only the 1st day of the month, Each corresponding day will eventually have it's own tab once I nail down this first one.
Basically the page is laid out into 6 different details a team member can do. A team member gets their hours from the "Total Detail Time," that gets calculated from the show time til the return time. The team who worked the detail gets added to the bottom of the Detail they worked. I am just trying to total the "total detail time" each time a member works it. So, a member could work say Detail 1 and Detail 3, so I would just want to sum the total detail time from those two days where the member is shown.
I was trying to use =SUM(IF((Detail1,N13,B10)+(Detail2,N13,D10)+...
Note: I have range names for each bottom portion of the details to shorten the formula (i.e., Detail1, Detail2, etc.)
My task is to sum up data in a worksheet which counts on the number of "working days"(Exclude Sat, Sun and Public Holiday) between "the date of receiving the case" and "the date of completion" of the same case.
So here I have already listed out the days of each month to distinguish "Working Days" and "Non-working days" by "1" and "0" respectively for the easy calculation of the no. of working days as I think.
like this(January): Date Results (Exclude holidays) 1/1/12
Then, I use the lookup formula to determine the receiving date (beginning) and the submission day (Ending) sucessfully.
Receiving date completion date Receiving date completion date
1/3/2012 1/8/2012 1 0
Here comes the problem, I want to sum up the range of cell from the result of 1/3/2012 to 1/8/2012, i.e. (1+1+1+1+0+0)=4 to get the total no. of processing days of each case. I tried to use INDIRECT like "=SUM(INDIRECT(VLOOKUP(F5, A2:A226, B2:B226)):INDIRECT(VLOOKUP(G5, A2:A226, B2:B226)))" but it returns me #REF!
Having performed a subtotals function on a large worksheet, I want to simply copy the results of the "totals" rows to another worksheet but without all the hidden rows which are used for the calculation of the totals.
I have a very large spreadsheet (almost 9000 rows). I have filters on all columns, however when I click to see all the results for the column under the filter, just to view the contents of the row, some are not there. Does a filter have a limitted amount of rows it can hold.
If my boss says, "give me a list of all flights going through New York," I have to manually filter for "New York" in the "Departs" column, copy that to another spreadsheet, then filter again for "New York" in the "Arrives" column, and manually glue the results together. In my little toy example, that's not a big deal, but when there are up to a couple hundred flights (and just as many cities), this gets tedious and error-prone.
Is there some handy way of filtering for "New York" in both the "Departs" and "Arrives" columns? Or some other way of achieving the same thing? ("Find All" isn't useful unless I can export the full rows into a spreadsheet.)
I have a basic spreadsheet with a column of names of people (Matt, John, Mike), and specific sales numbers for each. I would like to have a cell give an average of the sales numbers based on how I filter for either Matt, John, or Mike individually.
For example: If I filter to see only Matt, I would like to see the average for Matt only, and when I filter to another name such as John, I would like to see the average number change to see only John's.
I want to filter my results using a combo box on my spreadsheet. I don't mind how this is done, even if it just hides all of the information which isn't relevant. I've done it with a VLookup but I want to be able to edit it easily without the formula popping up. So if you click Barlcays, only barclays appears. I'd also like a button to reset if possible. I've attached an example of how I sort of want it to work.
I'm trying to get certain data from an export of a phone logging report for a call center. I have exported this data into an excel spreadsheet. I would now like to retrieve the following information from the sheet.
'Agent name, Date, time of Login, time of Logout (at end of day).'
I have coloured these fields in red for easy finding. I do not require anything else from this data, however, within this sheet there are multiple agent names and can span for over a month. All names and dates are required. I have attached the current sheet, and also what it will possibly look like once complete. I would prefer the whole process to be automated if possible.
i have a work book of 12 sheets, the two main sheets 1+2 have 5000+ rows. by 30 columns. each row column b is a site number in ascending order(up to 4 for each site) so auto filter select = to site 5 about 10 seconds later i get the result of 3 sites try site 846 30 odd seconds later up pops the result. so i copied the sheet to a new work book and tried and it's nigh on instantaneous. next step copied sheet paste special values into new sheet in same original workbook and tried filter on that still slow as ever, thing is this book around 8meg and i cant for the life of me work out why ive cleared excessive formats and reset last cell on each sheet. there is a vlookup from sheet 1 to 2 for each site to return serial numbers. i have tried it in vba by turning autocal off/on but still no difference.
I created a user form that provides a menu that allows users to perform advanced filtering. They can also scroll through the results freely. A problem is that a subsequent advanced filter selection does not always display the top row of filtered records, depending upon what the user has chosen to display prior to selecting the next set of filtered records.
How can I make the top row of filtered records always be displayed so that users will not overlook results of advanced filter operations?
But what do I use to count-unique values of variable D ?
=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(RangeD,RangeD)>0,1)) doesn't work. =SUM(1/COUNTIF(RangeD,RangeD&"")) doesn't work either
They don't work because D can occur during different combinations of A,B and C. In other words, the D value of 'Smith' can, and does, occur when A is 1,2 or 3 and additionally when B is Pass, Fail, Withdrawn.
They "don't work" because I can use filters on A, B, C and D to see what the correct answer should be .. and the function doesn't return the correct answer.
I hope I've explained this ok - I've been searching on several excel-help websites for 2 days now and one of the days my client is going to want some results.
now i have filtered data in a table, i want to use the results by printing off a table showing just these and the appropriate rows from other tables on worksheets. these all have a specific ID which is how they are traceable to each other. like a related field in an access database. two tables/worksheets are like so:
table1: Reg No | Rank | Name | Initials | Troop | etc