Calculate Missing Number If Value In Column A Equals To 1
Mar 22, 2012
This is an extract from my workbook.
I need a formula in column d that will return all the missing values between for example b1 and c2 and b21 and c21. The catch is that the numbers in column b and c can be anywhere but row b will always have the starting number and next to that cell the ending number in column d.
a further condition is that it must only calculate the missing number if the value in column a=1. if it is blank than nothing must be calculated.
I am trying to use the following formula to count the number of times a day appears in a column. It doesn't seem to be working the way I want it to. =COUNTIF($A13:$A200,"Sunday"). It could be the way the days of the week are gathered on the sheet, you can see the attached workbook to see how I am using it.
I have a column say column B for example that has a list of dates in the format dd/mm/yyyy. I would like a summary at the top of the columns to state how many dates there are for the current month. But I wondered if this was possible based on the TODAY() function or similar. Thus the user would not have to change anything.
So for example at the start of the month it may state 14. Half way through the month down to 6 and at the end of the month 0 for example.
I have a problem when Im trying to calculate averages in my pivot table. I dont know how to handle my missing values. If I leave them blank I cant get the average at all because the values end up under the dates instead of in a column next to the dates where I want them to be. If I write 0 it uses it as a value, eg 2+2+0 and i get 1,33 instead of 2. Also the zero could be a value for some of the parameters, so it's no good.
how to count the unique occurrences in column A based on the value in column B. In the example below, I am trying to count the number of unique names in each state (Illinois=1, Colorado=2, New York=2). I would like the formula to count unique occurrences for the entire column A because I will be adding to the list.
..A.............B............C John......Illinois John.....Illinois John.....Colorado Alex.....Colorado Alex.....New York Steve...New York Steve...New York
I have students Kg-5th Gr. I need to identify the ones over-aged when I enter the information. The following is what I'm trying to use but I get Y1 for ever cell. I need it to Identify the student as Y1 for One year overage and Y2 for tow years overage.
I have a file with a column containing a series of records where a reference number can be repeated several times. I want to create a formula that will count the number of unique reference numbers in the column.
However - and this is the tricky part - I need it to allow for when the report is filtered, i.e. something like a SUBTOTAL function which ignores the hidden values.
So, the column in the full report has 691 unique values across 2,200+ records. If I apply a filter the column only has say 78 unique values. Is there a formula that can calculate this?
I'm trying to calculate the number of days between dates in column A and B. I've looked at the examples in this site and thought I used the formula correctly, but the cell returns an error message when I type: =DATEDIF(A1,B1,"D")
I have two columns, Column A which is a list of numbers and Column B which is a list of different sports. What i want is a formula that adds all the values in column A where the adjacent cell in column B equals a given sport (i will use Golf in this example).
We recently bought some new software at work, and I'm having trouble formatting the exported data in a way that will work with existing reports. The attached file is what the data looks like after being exported. Basically, what I'm trying to do is insert rows for the missing numbers -- i.e., each name should be followed by rows numbered 1 through 10.
John Smith John Smith 1 1 4 2 8 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
My ultimate end goal is to have columns of data for each name, instead of rows:
John Smith 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
I've created a formula that can do that part, but it operates on the assumption that each name will be followed by a set number of rows.
What little I know about vba I've learned on my own, so I may just be missing something obvious.
Hi guys/gurls.. is there a way i can get the following check against range for orders which give result as invoiced(if within the range), duplicated(if 2 or more than 2 are on the orders list) & missing (which on not in the orders when checked against the range).
i have two chart A and chart B from ,chart A got nine repeting numbers and Chart B will show what is the number not in chart A or is outside from this number 0.1.2.3.188.8.131.52.8.9. i want auto generate to chart B.
Monthly I am sent a spreadsheet detailing cost centre approval ranges for our management team. Unfortunately, the data provided shows a low range and high range in two different columns. Is their a formula to automatically generate the values for the missing numbers
For example columns A 1001 & columns B 1007
Can excel automatically generate the 1002, 1003, 1004, 1005 & 1006
So I am having trouble figuring out how to do multiple text to equal multiple numbers. For instance right now I use =IF(E9="JOHN DOE","07", but I would like to have it where IF E9 = John Doe the cell shows 07, but IF the E9 = Sam Doe I want the cell to show 08, and the same IF E9 = Pat Doe the cell shows 09 and so on.
Meaning is there a way to have multiple functions go to a cell dependent on what is entered into E9 for example. I just want to have a number come out in one cell if a certain name is entered in a different cell. I loooked at this post [URL]....which got me started,