Drag The Entire Thing Down And Be Able To Make It So That It Is Hidden (the Cell Is Blank)
Oct 23, 2009
First, I can get the balance formula, and when I drag the square at the bottom right, I am able to drag the entire formula down...I want to do that. However, when I drag it down, the number keeps popping up. I was wondering if there is a way to be able to drag the entire thing down and be able to make it so that it is hidden (the cell is blank) unless the debit or credit cell in the corresponding row is filled. Also, if possible, I want to be able to drag it down to infinity, so it can go on forever, so that there is no need to always drag it down when I add more things in it. I am attaching what I have till now.
trying to speed up my workbook, because all of the formulas depend on time and the now() function. It takes forever to add/change anything.
Here is a general description of my worksheet. It's for a game called tribal wars (online browser mmo). You have towns around you, which create resources to plunder. This resources build up over time, thus I need to use the now() function in basically every formula. Each row finds the distance to that location, the time since last attack, the estimated resources built up since the attack, and the number of troops to send.
If only there was some way to update now() only every 1 to 5 min instead of every time I hit a key...
I have a large database of customers. I would like to edit this database so that it only lists those customers that have an email address listed in that particular column. I can then save that as a separate list to upload to my marketing campaign.
Is there an easier way than just deleting entire rows at a time? About a 2,000 name list with maybe 30% having email addresses.
The leaving the cell blank part of the formula works however it allows the remainder of the formula to only work if “fail” appears in the first cell it reads (in this case V18). If the “fail” appears in any of the other critical cells, it does not work at all.
Also as a side project not sure what the substituting to $R$2 does so if anyone knows how to clean this up, let me know.
I am looking for a formula that will work with my current formula, and check that cells a1 and b1 contains information. If they do contain info then the original formula should carry on as usual and leave the answer in cell c1. I also need it so when no information has been entered in cells A1 and B1, C1 will be blank instead of containing a zero.
This is the formula I have at the moment: =IF(SUM(A1=0,B1>0),B1-A1,"No Charge?")
I have 2 worksheets, i have one sheet that has a form with lists, when nothing is selected the cells are blank. On the other sheet I have a few cells which = some of the sheets on the other worksheet. when nothing is selected, the cell displays 0 even though the cell its supposed to be displaying is blank.
I have a worksheet that does a running total. It also correlates with another worksheet. But, for this one B4 through B23 is added together on B25, then on B27, B25 is subtracted from B3(original balance). In the cells B4-B23 there is a formula to pull information from another worksheet. I am wanting to incorporate a formula with that for if the total that is in B4 through B23 adds up to the original balance (B3 or B25) then it will say PAID.
I have a spreadsheet that i want to create a part number that contains 4 parts. Ex 1rl9. The cell i want this to be in is blank. What formula do i use to make the second character in the blank cell = r?
Any way of shortening the attached code. The first part 'Sub Loop1()' works great but I can't figure out how to shorten the second part. As you can see the distance between columns is always consistent i.e. add 5 columns to find the next outcome to work out the next result. Ideally I wanted to somehow loop through the next 5 columns again and again until the cell is blank.
OR can I? I get a "Run Time Error '1004' Select Method of Worksheet Class Failed"
Is there anyway around this?
Basically all the sheets are hidden from the user except for the Entry sheet. They input there data on there and then they press a send command button which then needs to copy that information to a hidden sheet. This is where the problem occurs.. Thought maybe their was a way around that or do I need to unhide the sheets during the macro and then rehide them again?
I've created an Excel 2007 workbook with about a dozen worksheets that are full of formulas and links to other workbooks, as well as conditional formatting that isn't backwardly compatible with Excel 2003. However, many people who want to see this workbook are still on Excel 2003. I need to recreate an Excel 2003 compatible workbook with the appearance and formatting of the original and have all the formulas and links converted to values. So, the final product will "look" just like the original without the conditional formatting, links or formulas. It will just have the look, colors and values displayed for all cells.
Essentially, I want a macro that will copy however many worksheets (1-n) are in an Excel 2007 workbook to a new Excel 2003 workbook. I'd like the worksheets to retain their label names as well.
However, whenever I run the code, if there's even on word that is bold in the cell, then the entire text string in the cell turns bold. How can I stop this from happening? i want to keep the format of the text string the same, only remove and replace the items listed in the code.
I came across this code that selects (and extends) cells between the active cell and the next cell with data.
Is it possible to modify this so that it selects the entire Rows ?
Code: Sub Test() If Selection.Select "" Then Range(Selection, Selection.End(xlDown)).Select Range(Selection, Selection.End(xlToRight)).Select Else Range(Selection, Selection.End(xlToRight)).Select End If End Sub
I am using the following macro to delete "completely empty" rows. I also need to delete some rows if a cell in column B has no value. How would I change this macro? ' DeleteBlankRows
Dim r As Long Dim C As Range Dim Rng As Range
On Error GoTo EndMacro Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual
If Selection.Rows.Count > 1 Then Set Rng = Selection Else Set Rng = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows End If For r = Rng.Rows.Count To 1 Step -1 If Application.WorksheetFunction.CountA(Rng.Rows(r).EntireRow) = 0 Then ActiveSheet.Rows(r).EntireRow.Delete End If Next r
Is there a way to delete any text or formula from an entire row, based on column A? In my spread sheet I have multiple rows where column A is blank, but column's F, G, and H have formulas in them. I would like to use VB or any other method that would be best to clear the contents of all the rows where column A is blank.
firstly i am cross-posting this topic so here is the URL to the same thread in a different forum.
whats up everybody? i have to use two excel worksheets that someone else already created to make CSV (comma seperated value) files. these CSV files are to be dumped into a database. the problem is that the table has more fields than the spreadsheet does (the spreadsheet has 3 fields - network, mask, size - and the table has 10 fields). i can insert one entire column before (to the left of) network (for the ID field in the table) without a problem, but when i try to insert entire blank columns after size (to the right of the pre-existing columns) it only makes columns for the first 14 rows. i know this because when i save it as a CSV file there are only 6 extra commas for the first 14 rows. is there a way to insert an entire blank column for the entire spreadsheet (as in all the way to the bottom)? i dont want to have to manually type in all those commas. i am using excel 2002.