I am tracking sales commissions on a daily basis for each month. In column B are the daily dollar totals. In column C is the % to the quota that has thus far been reached. Column D has the average daily dollar amount needed to reach your quota based on cumulative daily revenue. It is this column that has me stumped.
Once the % to Quota (column C) reaches 100%, I want column D to stop calculating the average daily dollar amount needed.
The quota is $322,786 (C2)
Column B (Daily Totals) = $100,000
Column C (% to Quota) = 31%
Column D (Daily Avg. Needed for quota) = C$2/work days left in month)
I need a formula that will sum the cells in the the first column below but if there's a value in the 2nd column I'll need to use that number instead. Is there a formula/combination of formulas that will accomplish this?
I have Excel 2007 and have a spreadsheet with 26 columns that I continue to add names to each of the columns. Is there a way that the columns can maintain an ongoing total for each column and update these totals as names are added to each column? Small sample is attached.
I have a column data on a worksheet, the PO number for specific purchases where a PO number may be listed multiple times. One a separate worksheet within the same workbook, I have a PO summary section where PO numbers are manually entered and the next column sums the the total value of each PO.
Is there a way I could have the Summary section identify POs and automatically total them without having them manually entered?
Picture a bank statement (several in fact) in Excel format. In addition to all the typical bank statement fields, like date, description, amount, etc., there is also a type field, e.g., food, gas, etc. I am trying to total all amounts of each type, e.g., gas total = $200.00, in one cell automatically. So far, I can't figure out a formula to do this nor a macro.
I'm trying to use Lookup to find a particular name, then when finding that name I need to total what's in that row (numbers). The Lookup is successful, but I can't get any totals out of it. Tried using Offset to begin summing once I got to the row I was Looking for but that wasn't doing it (or doing it wrong)
I have about 21 textboxes that are going to be watched by 1 textbox called totaltime on a userform. I created the code below to add up those 21 textboxes, but it's not showing anything even though they are populated, some with zeros and some with one through eight.....
The output of my magic spreadsheet, developed to run the local flower show, is a column of names - each of which have won a prize valued in points. I need to determine which person in the list of names has won the most points in total, in order to award a trophy.
Actually, I also need to know how many points each individual has got because - as we all know - points make prizes. And I need to write out one prize voucher for each individual, to the total value of what they won.
Now I have been sorting each column alphabetically, then manually totting up the points, and adding the three totals together. But surely, there must be a way to do this automatically? I don't really want to have to sort the columns at all... just have the answers appear like magic once the data is in the data entry part of the sheet.
I have a sheet that has drop-downs with totals affiliated with each option. This is a time recording sheet and I would like for each drop-down type to be totaled accordingly. Any help with an equation would be greatly appreciated.
If you have any suggestions, I can send you the document for review.
I have a userform with 3 textboxes. The user will put numbers into 2 of them and the 3rd will add the other 2 textboxes together. My problem is that the result is just stringing the values together and not adding them together. So if textbox1 is 2 and textbox2 is 4 the result is 24 and not 6. Can someone tell me where im going wrong?
I have a spread sheet that I am trying to format the data from. It contains five columns, 2 of which are important for this formating.
-Column A is Account name, and there can be a varying number of accounts with the same name, as well as a varying number of different account names (they are sorted so all similar accounts are together)
-Column E is an indicator/used for a calculation, either 0 or 1.
see the attached workbook. The "data" sheet is the raw data for individual sales orders. Column A has the SKU for the item, and there are also columns for quantity sold and the date sold.
Column A of Sheet 1 is a list of each individual SKU (no duplicates). What I'd like to do is search through the data sheet and total up the quantity of each SKU sold for several individual months. There is also a column that would display totals for the past 30 days (with "today" as day 30).
Below I have attached a sheet for keeping track of the number of cables a person produces per day using Drop-Down list. I would like to have a totals area automatically calculate the corresponding cells. I started the Totals area in column AF.
I'm trying to group a year's worth of bank transactions. The initial data that was cut from pdf files is a date, payee and amount
1) how can I search down col A and give the sum of all like Payees, then total each set of similar payees? Maybe if first 6 characters match, then total until it comes to a different set. Total each set.
2) then, I need to assign a category to each set of payees, so if contains usps, then add category "postage"
3) formula to find all postage totals and combine for a grand total per category.
It will perform the sub-totalling for the column that has the current active cell
When I select Column I
It does..... -for each blue cell it finds it provides a total of all the white cells bellow it -for each yellow cell it find it provides a total of all the blue cells bellow it until it reaches a yellow cell
It works backwards, so not exactly as I've just described, but that isn't the problem
Problem is - UK Excel 2010 - results are as expected US Excel 2010 - returns zero values for totals
We've possibly narrowed the problem down to when it looks at cell properties, more specifically -- If Cells(rowX, 1).Interior.ColorIndex = 20 Then
How to get results in blue and yellow cells when you select a cell in column K then execute the CreateTotals macro.
I have a column of "if" statements that output in a numerical value (2 for instance). I need to total this column of outputs. I ensured the column was indeed formatted as a number, but it still displayed as a letter (left justification) and will not "sum". I am told I cannot total formula columns, so we tried copying the column and "Paste Special" "Values" into an adjacent column ....
I was using the formula below and it returns a count of how many times a salesman is quoted. Now I am looking something very similar. This time though I am looking to total the price of the second column instead of just counting how many times there is something in the column.
I'm trying to compare values in 2 separate columns to see how many times the same value appears in both columns. Ideally I would be able to insert a range function to compare the values in the column "ID 1" against the values in column "ID 2" and return the count of times that a value appears in both columns. For example 2122, 1112 and 1718 appear in both columns and I would like the formula to return a count of 3.
I have a workbook that has worksheeets for every day of the month. The data in the worksheet consists of columns (employee #, name, clock in/out times, and break penalty).
What I am trying to do is create another worksheet that searches all the other worksheets for a "yes" in the "break penalty" column and then create a list of all the employees that received a break penalty for the entire month. I would like this to be able to auto populate throughout the month as data is entered and not have to use a filter every time I want to compile this list.
I would like to take the data from worksheet1 and put into worksheet2 but limit the length of a list (the real spread sheet has over 100 rows and i would like them in 4 sets of 25 versus the example I provided). Is there an array or macro that would make this work (keeping the formatting)..