Enter Formula Which Will Return Value Of The Range?

Oct 9, 2012

In Q3 I have a formula which determines the "next" date from today. In P3 I need to enter a formula which will return the value of the range (P6:P37) which is in the same row but different column as the value calculated in Q3.

I need a formula that will return the minimum value from a column range that flexs without having to manually go in an change row references. There is a blank row between each section of data in order to separate info. As an example:....

Need to formula to flex to include rows 5 thru 7 in the first section but expand to include rows 9 thru 13 in the second section. =MIN(A5.A7) works but how do I get next section to flex to =MIN(A9.A13) without manually changing the cell references? There is always a blank row in between the sections to separate.

Im using an old IBM tb3270 mainframe as described in this historic post: [url]

ive tried {ENTER}, ~, char(13), etc etc but every one of them is just going onto a new line! Anyone any ideas how to get it to send the enter fuction, from the keypad?

I keep tabs on my league's standings and I would love to make a formula to keep track of record over the last 10 games. However, the part that's stumping me is that the right end of the range consistently increases (the last cell with a value will go from J4 to K4 to L4 and so on). How to create a formula that will auto-update (something like 10 cells from the last entered value) as I add more information to the worksheet? The two values in the cells are "W" and "L". I only need a formula to return the "W" values within the last 10 filled cells from the last filled cell of the row.

Range A1:A10 contains no formulas, only constants.

Only one constant value at most would ever be in that range, sometimes nothing in that range.

The value might be text like "Tom", or it might be a number like "1234".

The value could be in any of the 10 cells.

So far, and this is where the "missing something obvious" part comes in, I have only seen array solutions such as =INDEX(A1:A10,MATCH(TRUE,A1:A10"",0))

My question is, can this result be achieved with a non array / non sumproduct formula.

I need to do this for 6000 cells in a project, that's the design and that's the way it is. I don't want that many arrays in the workbook. I already did this with VBA so I am not asking for a VBA or UDF solution, just hoping to know from the formula wizards what a non-array formula could be that returns the first found (and in this case only-existing) constant value in a range.

I'm building a table (see attached) where I could have a value in cells D6 to P6 that ranges from 0 upwards. In the respective cell beneath each 'value' cell (D7 to P7) I need a formula that will return a figure of 10 if the value in the cell above is 0.4 or below reducing to 0 if the value in the cell above is 1.0 or above.

I have a named range which refers to: =MATCH(LARGE($G$5:$G$68,ROW(G5)-4),G$5:G$68,0)+4. It is supposed to find the largest figure in the adjacent column, list its row in cell H5, then the second largest for cell H6 and so on until the end of the data. The data in column G is dynamic and some cells will contain "0" with certain sections of data thus why I need a formula and cannot just use sort each time.

My problem is that when I use the formula as a named range I get "#N/A" and when I evaluate the formula I will get the answer but in array brackets (e.g.{17}) before the final step turns it to "#N/A". The formula will work fine if inputted directly into the cell but as the same formula will be used over three columns and numerous rows I would much prefer to use a named range.

Is there any way to defined our own fiscal month. I have a fiscal year where the start & end date is different from the normal calendar. I have store the start & end date on the different column. What i need is that when people enter a date, it will look up to the table and return the fiscal month.It's something like If the value is >=column A and <=column B, then the fiscal month=column C(refer to the below table). But i have no idea how to make comparison on date value. what kind of formula i should use? And also how to write the code if i want to use macro to implement this?

Start End Month 09/21/08 10/18/08 Oct 10/19/08 11/22/08 Nov 11/23/08 12/27/08 Dec 12/28/08 01/24/09 Jan 01/25/09 02/21/09 Feb 02/22/09 03/28/09 Mar 03/29/09 04/25/09 Apr 04/26/09 05/23/09 May 05/24/09 06/27/09 Jun 06/28/09 07/25/09 Jul 07/26/09 08/22/09 Aug 08/23/09 09/26/09 Sep

I have a Training Matrix with "Main", "Leavers" and "Reports" sheets. (can email it but can't upload it here; it's 534kb and I can't make it smaller)

In the "Reports" sheet I need to fill "Site Procedural Training" - "Number of people trained in period".

The periods are : 25/12/11 - 31/03/12 01/04/12 - 30/06/12 01/07/12 - 29/09/12 30/09/12 - 29/12/12

The source of data will be the "Main" and "Leavers". The data are dates in these sheets; each date = 1

The formula needs to look in to "Main" and "Leavers" and if it finds a date which fits in the required period in "Reports" then return it as 1. If it finds 300 dates then returns 300.

I want Excel to see where today's date falls and return how many work days it is from the date boundaries.For example, today is 2/8, which falls between 1/13/2014 and 2/12/2014

But I want to also grab the 2/12/2014 date and get the number of workdays from that- all in one equation.If not one equation then 2 but not separated for each border date like I have above

I am looking for a formula that will enable me to determine which one out of five thresholds a percentage falls within and the retuns a specific value for the corresponding threshold. Here is an example of the data (only showing three thresholds):

Where the values in A1 and B1 are the low and high ends of one range. I would like the formula to determine which range the value falls within and return the value in collumn C (C1 for the A1:B1 range).

I can do this using multiple 'if' statements, but am looking for a much more streamlined way to determine the proper value in column C.

Is it possible to change the behaviour of the return button within a textbox? What I would like is, once the return button is pressed, it starts a new line in the textbox rather than it moving to the next textbox within the form.

I am trying to find out how many weeks our current inventory will support our sales. I am trying to research formulas that will do this, and coming back with things like OFFSET, MATCH, INDEX but am not certain the best way to put them together to get what I need. I use excel daily, but this is a bit mroe advanced than I am used to

Mini.xlsx

Starting in cell B4, I would like to count how many weeks of Demand can be covered by the specific Available On Hands in row 3 for that week, put the number of "Weeks Covered" into cell B2, and then fill over to the right in row 2. Right now, the values in row 2 are from my own manual calculations, but I would like a dynamic formula that will sum up the values in row 4 up to (but not greater than) the value in B3, give the count of cells that reached that sum (or even better with decimals to show the percentage covered), which I will copy over into B3:B13. Not sure if that makes sense, or if I can explain in a better way. The yellow cells are what I am trying to create a formula for and am currently stuck.

I have attached a sample of the spreadsheet. The cell/cells in question are f32:f36 on the first tab.

Question #1 how this formula works or what it does.

Question #2 Is when I enter the required information in cells a32:e32 it enters an N/A in cell f32. When I than click on cell F32 and than click on the formula bar and hit enter the information populates.

I have a spreadsheet that contains data from sales being made in various locations (sheet 1). The date the sale was made is in column A, and the location is in column AZ. I may have from 0 to 12 sales at that location on the same date. I am building a report in another sheet (sheet 2) that counts the number of sales for each date and displays that number in a cell in row 3. Above row 3, I want a formula that will reference the location (AZ sheet 1) and display that into my cell above row 3 in sheet 2. Each column in row 1 sheet 2 will have new date.

I need to be able to run a macro called "Daily_Fuel_Line_Save2" when the enter key is pressed in any cell in the range A10:F10, but I still need to be able to use the tab key between the individual cells and change values in this range before starting the macro.

I already have the following code on the sheet which I would also like to keep.

Sub test() Dim rng, dest, c As Range Dim result As String Worksheets("sheet1").Activate Set rng = Range([a1], [a1].End(xlDown)) Set dest = Range("d1") result = "" For Each c In rng result = result & " " & c Next MsgBox result dest = result End Sub

the penultimate code statement "dest=result" does notwork the value of "result" is not entered in "dest" though no error comes up if I use "dest.value=result" it gives error "object required" If I use "range("d1")=result" it works.what is the theoretical mistake.

I need to take a figure that appears in a cell, take off 20% vat from it and then calculate 16% off what is left, that is the figure I need in the new cell ? Show me exactly how to write that formular into the new cell?

HTML =SUM(IF(O$4:O$1000="Total I/O Points",N$4:N$1000,0))

Each formula has different text in "".

There are a few macros in this workbook that delete and/or insert rows. When that happens, the formulas listed above get modified with different references. How do I restore the formulas back to the same range reference [O$4:O$1000]?

I have an excel sheet wherein I want to enter the following formula into cell G11 when aparticular Macro is run by the user. I am using the following command but it is showing some error.

I am trying to write a macro which will get values from column B and C and print the result on column D using a simple function like the one before:

D2 = "text" & B2 & "text2" & C2 & "text3"

I need this to be done in the macro, so that when I click the button, it will automatically create column D. Column B is formula and column C is constants.

In the attached sheet, there is a range with lots of entered data (a small section of the total) where I would like to enter into all of the blank cells the value 99999.

Is there a way to add data into a cell that already had a formula? Lets say in cell A1 we have a formula like "=A1*A2". Would I be able to some how enter a value into cell A1 without changing the formula?

Example: enter value "5" into A2 and value "10" into A1 which would result in A1 value being "50" after value is entered.

I know that this creates a circular error but is there any other way to accomplish this?

I know I can put an IF formular into B1 =if(A1="sat",D/O,0) but obviously if people enter data to this cell i.e time they worked the formula goes is there anyway I can put a formular into C1 but have the result entered into B1?