I need a formula that will subtract a value entered in A3 from a valued entered in A2 to be displayed in A1.
Also...the Value displayed in A1 must be the value of A2 minus the running total in A3.
Ex...If I type '10' in A2 and type '3' in A3 the value shown in A1 must equal '7'. If I then type '2' in A3 the new value in A1 must equal '5' (this being the value in A2 of '3+2' minus from the original value in A2 of 10)
So..A2 = inputted value , A3 running total of inputed value, A1 differnce of A3 from A2.
Is this even possible? The whole idea is this....if you type a number into a calculator, and then subtract a number from the first number, the calculator then displays the new total. If you then subtract an number from that NEW total, the calculator then displays that NEW total. Thats what I'm trying to re-create in excel.
I have a row A through N. In cell A1, have a dollar amount. In cells C1 through N1, I have different dollar amounts. In cell O1, I want to have a formula that will take the dollar figure in A1 and subtract from that amount the total of all the amounts in cells C1 thorugh N1. But I don't know how to write that formula.
Let's say I've got $100 in A1, and then in C1 through N1, I have $2, $3, $4, etc. for a total amount of $94 in cells C1 through N1. I'd like to have a formula in O1 that would show $6.
I am trying to subtract an amount from a cell until it reaches 0, then move and subtract from the next amount, and so on.
AmountFixed BudgetedResult53.50Subtracted 5 tell it hit zero1.30Subtracted remaining amount until zero43.8Subtracted remaining amount until zero3.8 was left over without hitting zero is good. Is there formula for this?
I am looking for a formula which substract a number of workdays defined in a cell from a date defined i nanother cell. For example I have a date in cell B2: 10.08.2014 - this is the due date for service delivery. In cell C2 there is a number of workdays: 84 - this is the duration for the delivery process. I would like to have a formula calculating in cell D2 the date when the delivery process has to start. The tricky point is that B2 is basicly a range of merged cells B2:B6. As an example I am attaching an exmple sheet.
I am creating a spreadsheet for inventory use. I want to have a running total in (1) cell based upon a new/different number being entered into a different cell.
Column B, Row 1 (This will be a new/different number entered every day - inventory in or out, so positive or negative number)
Column D, Row 1 (This will be a running total based on numbers inserted in previous 2 columns)
Basically what I have is a key inventory. So there is column A with key number, B should be keys IN, C should be keys OUT, or ideally B would be IN and OUT meaning, for inventory IN input a positive number and for inventory OUT input a negative number, and D Should be total.
Column E represents number of keys currently in the inventory. I was going to hide the current inventory column so all you see is IN/OUT and total. So what I need is to be able to just come in and type in a number in the IN and/or OUT column, without having to add/subtract it with the number already in that column.
Bottom line, I'd like to be able to use IN and/or OUT columns to just type in numbers as they come and not have to worry about what's already in those columns and get correct total number.
Ok here it is. Attached worksheet shows Column A - Key Numbers...No data value Column B - Inventory IN Column C - Inventory OUT Column D - Total Column E - Current Inventory(Starting point)
So the formula I used to get what i currently have is (=B2-C2+E2). This way whatever i input in columns C and C. totals out in D. But this way every time I want to add/subtract a number in B and C, i have to add to the number already in the column. I'd like to be able to type in a number in B and C as i go and still have a correct total. I wouldn't mind having just one column for in/out and use positive and negative numbers to differentiate inventory in or out.
format: cell a1 Jones---56. In cell b1 I have another name i.e., Johnson---45. How can I subtract 45 from 56, take 60% of the difference and in cell c3 show the following; Johnson---6. All numbers are to rounded down to 0. The final result would look like this; a1 Jones----56, b1 Johnson----45, c1 Johnson----6. I have other cells with the same type of info in them. Example; a2 Smith----34, b2 Jones----78, c3 would show Smith----26.(rounded down) I always want to subtract the lower number from the highest and take 60% of the difference.
I created a drop down box with 3 options. Yes, No, and N/A. I want to subtract from a fixed number (8) a certain amount based on the answer. Something like if yes then subtract 1 from 8 and have the final number (7) appear in another cell.
We use excel to organize salaries and contracts for my fantasy baseball league. I need an easy way to go through all the teams and subtract one year from each players contract. This is an example of a team.
Actually i want it to reduce others with lowest number among them.. and after every empty cell, it should find the lowest number again and reduce it from others.. this should repeat until the column data completes. after processing it should find as below
In this database i have cost and sale price. 20,000 parts have the numbers backwards.
if you loop the rows you can subtract =SUM(AE2-Y2) if that number is a negative number I would need the value of AE copied to Y2 and the value of Y2 copied to AE2. the 2 being the row number which would always change with the loop.
I have a cells with a date and time in each cell. I want to subtract the number of days between the cells only. Is there a way to do that with the time in the cell? If not, how do I remove the time in each cell?
I am trying to find a formula that will return the number of week days between two dates. My specific situation is that my job sets up work orders (WO) to be completed by our staff. We have 3 dates - the date the WO was created, the date the WO is due to be completed, and the date the WO was actually completed.
I would like to subtract the Complete date from the Due date. Generally, this should always equal zero because our staff should be completing WOs on the due date! But obviously that doesn't always happen. There are times that they complete them late, and times they complete them early (yay!).
The problem with NETWORKDAYS is that even when they are completed on time, the result is 1. This formula counts instead of subtracts. I adjusted the formula to =NETWORKDAYS(A3,A4)-1 which works fine for those WOs completed on time or completed late. But for those completed early, it adds (or subtracts, really) 2 days. So for a WO completed a day early, instead of it showing -1, it shows -3. I've attached an example of WOs and the NETWORKDAYS formula I've used so you can see.
I'm really looking for something that will subtract week days, not count them.
I have travel data for hundreds of cars. Col A has the car ID number. Col B has the date. Col C has the distance of a journey. Column D, has the total distance traveled on a given date for a given car.
In Column E, I'm trying to calculate the remaining distance to travel "prior" to the journey being made.
I a have attached an example. [URL] ....
So in column E, prior to the first journey (9km) being made there is 19 km still to travel in the data. And for the second journey the is 10 km left to travel.
Need a formula that will subtract the values in X:Z subtracting the lowest value from the second lowest, then using that value and subtract from the 3 value. The outcome will always be positive and range from 0-9. Expected results are in Col AA. Then I need an adaption of that formula to read a 3-digit value in one cell.
I need to build a spreadsheet that subtracts from a cumulative weight recorded in pounds and ounces. For example, in a fishing tournament, a person has 5 fish to weigh. They place their fish one at a time in a bag hanging from a digital scale that reads in pounds and ounces, and record the cumulative weight as the fish are added. We want to know what the total weight is of all 5 fish, but also what the individual weight is of each of the 5 fish.
The easy way to do it is to place the first fish in the bag and record the weight, then place the second fish in the bag with the first fish and record the cumulative weight of the 2 fish together. Continue this until all 5 fish are in the bag, and record the final total weight.
Then, to get the weights of each individual fish, the first weight is as it is, the second fish weight would be Cumulative Weight recorded for Fish 2 minus the weight of Fish 1. To get the weight of Fish 3, you would subtract the Cumulative Weight for the first 3 fish from the Cumulative Weight of the first 2 fish, and so on.
Weight of the Bag with: 1 Fish: 1-lb 2-oz 2 Fish: 2-lb 14-oz 3 Fish: 5-lb 6-oz 4 Fish: 9-lb 7-oz 5 Fish: 11-lb 9-oz.
We can subtract the cumulative weights to determine the individual weights of each fish added to the bag and know that:
Fish 1 is 1-lb 2-oz Fish 2 is 1-lb 12-oz Fish 3 is 2-lb 8-oz Fish 4 is 4-lb 1-oz Fish 5 is 2-lb 2-oz
Easy to do in my head, or on paper, but not so easy to do in Excel because it's pounds and ounces, which is how the digital scale reads out. But, when you're doing this for 20-30 fishermen, it's not that easy to do it on paper.
The left hand side numbers represent a score a minus sign (-) to separate and the right hand side represent another score. I want a formula that I can add, subtract, divide, average, etc, etc these numbers.
If I want to add the left hand scores, for example, cells A1 to A3, sum would be 151 (50 + 45 + 56).
I have 2 tables, one with invoices, the other with purchase orders. I would like to have a "PO Amount Remaining" column on the invoice table that looks up the PO listed on the invoice with the PO $ amount on the PO table. Once it is matched, I would like to subtract the total invoices to give me the amount of the PO that is left. Basically I would like the "PO Amount Remaining" column right now to have $4,200 listed in each row for invoices 1 & 2.....
I am having a little trouble with multiplying a few formulas. I am looking for a formula that will multiply the last three cells in a row that contain data and subtract 1. Below is an example of the type of data I am working with and the formula I am trying to use but is not working. The formula is for the cell highlighted in red. Every quarter the last three cells being referenced will change.....
I'm making a Excel 2013 spreadsheet that has formula in a column that auto enters a number 1-40 when something is entered to the left of that cell. There are 300 rows in the spreadsheet. I would like to make a drop down list in a column cell to the right that would delete that number in that cell from the drop down list. For example cell C1 has 39, that 39 then is deleted from the drop down list. C2 has 22 in it, click on the drop down list cell and it shows 1-40 less 39 and 22.
I'm trying to use the formula vlookup, but running into trouble. I'd like to use =VLOOKUP(3000&A1,E:F,2,0) but this isn't working correctly because it doesn't recognize "3000&A1" as a number? Is there a way to do this? This will be used in a VBA code, so I prefer the solution in VBA, but either way is fine. See attached for more info.
I have a user form with textBox1 = start time (entered as "[h]:mm") and text Box2 = finish time (entered as "[h]:mm"). I would like textBox3 to display the difference between the start time and finish time as a general number!
For example Start time: 21:00 Finish time: 06:30 Hours worked: 9.50
I would like to subtract (for column A) line 1 from line 2, then line 2 from line 3....etc the data in column A represents time I would like to have the result in milliseconds and in a new column (D for example)
I'm trying to subtract the value of a textbox in a userform from a value in a cell, and display this new value in another textbox. An added complexity is this takes place in Visio but communicates to excel to find certain values. I have the following code:
which displays the value of a cell in excel, in a textbox in a visio userform. The excel cell value then changes and I thought that it would work if I were to duplicate this code and run a new sub changing the last line to:
Cell B2 - this is a set figure which is the initial base figure - currently set to 43 Cell C2 - This subtracts Cell B2 figure (which is 43) from Cell E34 [=SUM(B2-E34)] Cell E34 - Is a cumulative total of 4 cells [=SUM(E4,E12,E19,E26)] and displays the total. Cell D2 is a set figure of 49
The formula I am looking for is once C2 reaches zero, I need C2 to remain displaying zero and the remaining figure to be deducted from D2 and displayed in that cell so C2 figure would descend from 43 until it reaches zero. but would then start decreasing D2 whilst C2 would remain static at zero and carry that the remaining figure to D2 which would be deducted from the starting total of 49 and display the figure.
I'm building a work effort tracker for employees to record what they do throughout the day and submit it via email, and I've got everything but the "Undo" button working. Right now I have 13 buttons that add +1 to cells C9:C21, and a submit button that copies those cells into an email. What I'm trying to find a solution for is if someone clicks the wrong button, say clicks Inbound Call instead of Outbound Call, which would +1 to C9 instead of C10.
I've read that coding an undo macro button is pretty much impossible, but is there a way to locate the last cell modified by a macro and subtract 1 from it? Or possibly identify the cell contained in the last macro run and -1 from it that way?
These are mileage numbers. At the end I need to know the total miles driven as miles are added. I need to be able to see the total miles driven as mileage is added. At the end of the week, I need to see total miles driven.
I am setting up a workbook for our absence reporting for work and have everything figure out except one thing. I have it where it subtracts points if the points were given over a year ago and also have it to subtract one point for every 90 days of perfect attendance. The problem however is if someone gets 5 points for a no show on January 1, 2013 and then don't have another reportable until June 01, 2014, it subtracts the five points and then an additional 1 since they had over 90 days of perfect attendence and it also goes into negative when employees cannot have negative attendence points. Is there a way to keep the extra point from being deducted and keep it from going into negative? Below is my workbook and the formulas used.
I am trying to create a formula that will compute a variance between the numeric value in a given cell with the value in one of 3 other cells depending on the condition of the 1st cell. Example: If the Value in cell F4 has a condition defined as "PMR" in cell C4, subtract the value in cell F19 from F4. If the condition is defined as "DBR" in cell C4, subtract the value in F20 from F4. And if the condition is "OTH", subtarct the value in F21 from F4.