In the attached workbook, the CASTINGS worksheet has a SOH ( stock on hand) column.
It looks up the SOH from the SOH worksheet (column 3) for each product on order for that week.
But how do I make week 2 use the SOH figure minus the previous weeks order, IF there was an order?
And so on until week 52.
The problem I have found is what if that product wasnt ordered for the last 4 weeks? Maybe I need a temp worksheet with all the products listed for all the weeks and a running total of SOH weather it is ordered or not?
I want to produce a spreadsheet which automatically tidies up a transferral of data from a programme called sage in to a customer service spreadsheet for my company.
I am a bit of a novice but a keen one so please be patient! I do know what I want to achieve in the long run!
The problem I have at the moment is recognising products in one column and getting it to return the value in or out of stock in another. So far I have got it to recognise one product and return the correct statement (using the "IF" function) but i need it to do it for the whole column and for a range of products.
Have a basic weekly schedule for 300 employees. Need to be able to identify the last day off in previous week so the following week isn't scheduled to work on the 6th or 7th day without a day off. For example, if schedule is Mon - Sun and employee #1 has Mon & Tues off this week, next week Mon would be the 6th day so I wouldn't schedule that person on Monday the following week. Calculate last column "Next Wk Mon" instead of manually figuring it out... Need to be able to identify last day off, count the days from that point to the next monday. It becomes difficult when days off are split...
I have a spreadsheet with rows of entries that are listed by date. I would like to create anther worksheet where i can refer back to the other sheet and calculate the total prices per work week. Is there a way to do this using a function(s)?
I having trouble to sort out and summarize inventroy products for each week. I want to sumarize all weekly inventory in summarize table. Please see attached file. Pls keep the formate as i shown in attached spreasheet.
I encounter weekly spreadsheets with basically these three columns:
Column A is a person's name who has an account with us Column B is any purchases they've made from us on their account (a DEBIT to their account) Column C is any payments they've made (a CREDIT to their account)
What I want to do is quickly "clear" the debits and credits that equal within each account by placing an "x" in column D next to each debit or credit that match each other. But there are two important things that I can't figure out how to get around.
1) Only debits and credits within the SAME ACCOUNT can be cleared.
2) There may be 1, 2 or 3 debits that match 1 credit or vice versa. (for example $20 + $10 +15 = $45)
I would like to have a set of cells that add up all the sales within a given week. I know how to do this simply for one week, but how do I get Excel to automatically take this function and create the rest for future weeks?
After entering the SUM function in one cell, I click and drag on the box to try to get Excel to correctly input the functions in the next cells (like how Excel will correctly input the next date, week, or month). But Excel doesn't do it correctly.
I'm working on a sreadsheet for inserting and collating information for a fleet of vehicles. I have userforms for inserting various pieces of information when the vehicle is new or leaving the fleet.
I would like to use a userform for inserting weekly information. I know how to insert the basic information in columns but I'm stumped for working in rows and with inserting information at different times.
I have this table which I fill out each week. How I would get these values to automatically populate my other table which is displayed in months? (this table is wider than shown with more columns for other equipment and goes down for whole year).
# Week Commencing Available Machine Mins Total Mins OVERALL DOWNTIME Can 61 Available Machine Minutes Can Downtime to Process
I have a training matrix. The following letters represent something F, P & S. and are placed in the matrix. On a seperate sheet I calculate these using the COUNTIF(B2:E7,"F") so on and so on. This is done because the matrix is quite vast and to sit and look through would take an age and I'm already nearly retired lol. 1st question: Also in the matrix are dates when a student has finally passed a subject is it possible to use the same formula to calculate all these . 2nd question: I also want to be able to record on a weekly basis how many new subjects have been trained out but don't know where to start . i would like a chart indicating for instance Week 1 5 subjects, Week 2 25 subjects. What i don't want to happen though is when you add Weeks 2 data for Week 1's to increase with it.
I hope this question has not been addressed but the closest I can find is in this link: [url]
I am now a commission based contractor who started earlier this year & I want to be able to calculate my current average weekly income which should fluctuate greatly. I have a spreadsheet that works out what my current to date net income is but can't figure out how to break this down to a weekly avarage. My basic guess is that I want to take the figure provided and divide it by the number of weeks from "stated start date" to the current date (but on a divided by 7 basis?) to get my average weekly net income.
I am sure this is pretty simple for you all so I hope I am not wasting time it's just that if I try figure it out I am using something like WEEKNUM & that will fail after the next new year. -Although it would be better to base it all around the financial year if that can be done? (March 1st - April 31st in NZ)
I would like to create one page (sort of like a form) to use to collect specific weekly payroll related data for multiple employees and be able to automatically transfer that data to its own weekly data page based on the week date, and then also automatically post specific data to each individual employees' total pages. While I am self taught and comfortable with formulas I do not yet have a lot of experience with VBA and am just now recognizing and exploring the true power of Excel so I don't always yet see the best way to accomplish my goal.
My current way of doing this is to reuse the same form page. I plug in the data for each employee that week, it calculates, I print it out, and then I manually update each employee's total page for that date. As I do this I lose the previous week's details. I would like to retain a page for each week's details in addition to having each employee's total pages. Is this possible or is there a better way to accomplish my task?
I want to find the high value from daily data for each week and copy that value.
I have a list of daily price data, being the date, opening price, high price, low price and closing price. For each week I am finding the data necessary to create a list of the weekly opening price, high price, low price and closing price ending on each Friday.
To find the opening price I am using this formulae - =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(MATCH(J2,$A$1:$A$1400,0)+1,COLUMN(B1)))
To find the closing price the formulae is - =INDIRECT(ADDRESS(MATCH($J$3,$A$1:$A$1400,0),COLUMN(E2)))
I need to find the high value and the low value within the five days data, from two separate columns (C and D) of daily data.
Can I use a formula similar to those above, but instead of copying a relevant cell, for example, finding the high from cells B3 to B7. Then I need to do this for each subsequent week.
An example spreadsheet is attached. You will see that currently I am currently copying the Friday data in columns L and M as I don't know how to adapt the formula to do the job.
I am trying to make my excel sheet more robust to get data on weekly basis. I assign tasks to different members of team by entering the assigned date in column next to the member names. Next week, say on Monday, I need to get total number of tasks assigned for each of the members till Friday (last working day of previous week!). I need to get this data every week.
I have daily Open, High, Low, Close stock prices. Separately, I need the same data but in weekly format, so:
1. The weekly open is the open of the first working day. 2. The weekly high is the highest of each of the daily highs. 3. The weekly low is the lowest of each of the daily lows. 4. The weekly close is the close of the last working day.
I have created a table for a business to monitor all income and expenses within a financial year of that business. This table contains raw data for example, date, income/expense, wholesale amount, retail amount etc. So when the business makes a sale for example I enter in the date of the sale, type of sale, wholesale and retail amounts etc, and i do this for every sale I make.
What i need to do is figure out a way to calculate the average monthly and weekly income to date so as the financial year continues and i make more sales i will continue to enter more data into this table and it will automatically adjust to the new weekly or monthly average income. This way i always have an actual and live average for every cent the business has made as the year progresses and i can use this to budget for the business. I would also like to know what the income is for the current week or month. that way i can say for example on average the business makes $4000 a week and in this week it has made say $5000.