Validate Cells For Numeric Range Of Consecutive Numbers
Mar 19, 2008
I would like to " Validate Data In A Vertical Column To Not Allow Non Consecutive Numbers Less Than 100"
The above is a valid list. Below would be an invalid list:
This part of a larger scope, but I have a macro that will crash if the data entered is entered by way of the invalid list, it works perfectly with the valid list. I am limited to one column user's will input the data via a Barcode scanner that after it recieves input it enter's a "Hard" return. This is a warehouse pickticket program, user's scan their ticket id's (numbers greater than 100000) and then the number of lines on the ticket (usually not greater than 15)
Can anyone help me to get a validation to check that what is entered in a cell, lets say A1, has to be number between 100000 and 899999 (this I already have) OR a value/text from I100000 to I899999. So it only acceots a vlaue betwwen 100000 and 899999 and it is also ok to have the letter I at the begining.
I've got a userform for pricing items and am having an issue when changing margin. I want to validate the user enters in .22 or 22%. The code places the decimal value in a worksheet just fine and runs back end calculations. I want to make sure no one fat-fingers .12b by accident so I came up with the following code. It seems to run fine, but if I tab over a couple of textbox (there are 4 Margin textboxes) it trips the coding for that textbox even if there was no change to the value.
Code: Private Sub txtPDLaborMargin_AfterUpdate() If IsNumeric(txtPDLaborMargin.Text) Then Range("LaborMargin") = txtPDLaborMargin
I have 2 lists and I want to validate a cell to only allow items in List1 or list2 or A numeric value.
List1 D1 D2 D3 .. D10 .. Dxx
List2 Hol Off Sick
These lists may changein length and number of items
the second part, is can you valudate based on other values in a column, basically I have a list of names of available operatives, and I want to make sure each name can only be entered once in a column! Would be even better if I could get a dropdown which showed the remaining choices!
I have several cells that are either positive or negative values and the values are expressed in percentages. I'd like to know how many of the cells are over/under certain percentages. For instance, how many of the cells are over negative or positive 2%? I've tried the COUNTIF function using 2%, 4% and so on, but I always get back the same cell count regardless of the criteria I use.
I'm trying to add up some values based on a criteria in another column. I have numbers in column A ranging from 0 - 100 and in column B have totals for those numbers. What i am trying to do is Add up the totals in column B based on the following criteria's in Column A.
<7, >7 & <=30, >30 & <=60, >60.
I have a summary page to display the individual results in separate cells.
how to put together a function that will provide for me 1 of 3 results, ( lower than, higher than or similar to). What I would like to do is have a function to have the results for column B, be either "lower than", "higher than" or "similar to" based on column A. Column A will have a range of %'s from -100% to 100%. What I would like happen is the following results for cloumn B, based on column A. If Column A is:
Between -5% and 5% - Then cloumn B = "similar to" >5% - Then cloumn B = "higher than" >-5% - Then cloumn B = "lower than"
In the attached excel file in column C, beginning on row 4, are numbers. These numbers will automatically update on my bloomberg terminal.
(1) I would like to then in column E to have a rating given to those numbers based on the below scale. The way the scale works is that if its 0.6 its a 10. If its anything slightly above 0.6 exactly, its a 9. A 10 is also a 0.5 and any number in between 0.5 and 0.6. The scale is below.
(2) Given that the formula that is being updated is a bloomberg excel formula (in the attached document I pasted it as values), will an excel formula be able to read the updated number in the bloomberg formula? If not, in column D is there a way to have it automatically paste D as values (and update each time column C changes or workbook is saved), and then have column E read off of those numbers. Scale:
10 = 0.5 to 0.6 9 = 0.6 to 0.7 8 = 0.7 to 0.8 7= 0.8 to 0.9 6 = 0.9 to 1.0 5= 1.0 to 1.1 4= 1.1 to 1.2 3= 1.2 to 1.3 2= 1.3 to 1.4 1= 1.4 to 1.5 0 = anything greater than 1.5
how to built a formula or a VBA code which would tell me how many times a range of a certain amount of consecutively stnading cells in a given row there is present, where each of the cells belonging to these five cells fulfills a certain criterion.
How many times does the range of 5 consecutive cells appear in range A1 to P2, where every cells belongng to these 5 consecutive cells would have a value graeater than 10.
I wanted to count the number of instances that Matt's been late. If there are consecutive timestamps (ex. 600-620, 620-640) that he's been late, I wanted Excel to display 1 and then I'll just sum it up. Or if Excel can do this directly, add all the instances because what I actually need is the total per person.
In this example, I would need a result of 4 instances.
tell if the blank cells will affect the formula or if I still need to do something about them.
I am trying to total the number of cells in a column that are 0 or greater but less than 365. I use countif for for a specific digit but cannot compute a conditional range using it. I need to count the number of positive digits btwn 0 and 365. The column is a computation of the difference btwn today and past and future dates. A plus digit means we missed sevice and better be ready for an angry customer.
I am trying to code a command button to clear a range of cells if any of them contain a numeric value. For example. If any cells of cell range A1:C10 contain a numeric value then they would be cleared. Not all the cells in the range but only thouse contaiing numeric values. I have tried various methods with not-so-good results.
I have something like this with data in around 1000rows there is text in collums A B D and E.
A B C D E 1 2 100 3 60 4 30 5 20
and i would like to do this: if value in cell x in collum C is over 80 then background color in Ax,Bx,Cx,Dx,Ex is yellow if value in cell x in collum C is between 60-80 then background color in Ax,Bx,Cx,Dx,Ex is brown if value in cell x in collum C is between 40-60 then background color in Ax,Bx,Cx,Dx,Ex is blue if value in cell x in collum C is between 0-40 then background color in Ax,Bx,Cx,Dx,Ex is red
Obviously i cant use conditional formating because i have more then 3 conditions.
I have a VBA user form that asks for user's input. The form has 3 textbox. I would like to check for the entry & make sure that it's numeric & not null. If it's not numeric or null, I'd like to display a warning message & highlight the textbox & ask for entry again.
Here's what I have but it's not really working. The warning message will come up but the next textbox is highlighted:
Private Sub TextBox1_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean)
If Not IsNumeric(Me.TextBox1.Value) Then MsgBox "Please Enter Only Numeric Values" TextBox1.SetFocus End If
Private Sub TextBox2_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean)
If Not IsNumeric(Me.TextBox2.Value) Then MsgBox "Please Enter Only Numeric Values" TextBox2.SetFocus End If
I'm looking to make a code that validates that a string is only alphabetic characters.
In addition, i want an additional code that validates other strings are only numeric. I tried using the VBA formula isnumeric, but it seems strings with e and d are still acceptable. I would guess the e is for exponential, but not sure about the d.
I am trying to create a formula that shows a percentage of cells within a range that contain a particular number. This percentage is based on another cell, which is the total number of all audits. Each audit has rating columns, with a numeric value indicating it's rating. I need to count those cells within the range that equal the numeric value assigned to the rating, and then divide that total by the total number of audits to obtain a percentage of calls with each particular rating in each category.
Here is an example of what I'm trying to accomplish:
A1 = 2 (Total audits) B1 = 07/31/2009 (Date of first audit) C1 = 3 (Rating of first category) D1 = 1 (Rating of second category) E1 = 2 (Rating of third category) F1 = 08/03/2009 (Date of second audit) G1 = 0 (Rating of first category) H1 = 2 (Rating of second category) I1 = 2 (Rating of third category)
The percentage of audits within the first category that have a rating of 3 would be 50%. The percentage of audits within the second category that have a rating of 3 would be 0%. The percentage of audits within the third category that have a rating of 2 would be 100%.
I need to create an input box that will only allow Negative Even Integers to be entered. Also, after a Negative even integer has been entered, I need it to Sum all of the EVEN numbers between the number entered and 0. The below is what I have, but a person could easily enter in a number that is NOT a negative even integer.
Dim Sum As Double, NumberEntry As Integer, i As Double NumberEntry = InputBox("Please enter a negative even integer.") Sum = 0 For i = NumberEntry + 1 To 0 Step 2 Sum = Sum + i Next MsgBox ("The sum is " & Sum)
I have set up a form which requires one textbox to have a decimal followed by four numbers (ex .5780) and another which requires two numbers, a decimal, then two more numbers (ex 57.80). how this can be accomplished? I am new to Visual Basic coding!
I want to ask that I have got a workbook with different number series i want user form where i can enter its start number and end number and then it finds and delete shift cells up said series number i have entered in user form please see mentioned below example.
Series 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 and i want to delete 1 to 5 numbers delete to shift cells up.
I'm going to be using a spreadsheet to keep track of where different people are at. So if Person 1 is in Room 3, I will stick a 3 in the box next to their name and then can look at the spreadsheet whenever I need and see what room they are in. When I'm deciding what room to put a person in, though, I need to be able to quickly glance at a list of Room #'s and see what one's are still available. So I have a bank of Room #'s in the spreadsheet....1,2,3, etc.
What I'd like, is some way to set this up so that when I put, for example, "3" in the cell next to "Person 1" the spreadsheet automatically removes "3" from the bank of available Room #'s and when I delete the "3" because the person has left, it adds "3" back to the bank of available Rooms.