I analyze logged data that often contain ZEROS in column L, always starting on row 35. That's bad data. The first row with good data contains the number 700 in column L, but this row number is unpredictable.
How to make a VBA code to exclude the rows that contain the number 0 in column L, searching between cell L35 (including) all the way to the first row containing the number 700?
I need to limit the range to be scanned for ZEROS because sometimes there are valid ZEROS in column L, but those would be in rows below the rows contain 700 in column L.
excluding zeros and for excluding hidden rows, but can't seem to find a way to do both at the same time, which is what I need to do.
My company has projects that come and go (and are hidden when they are gone) and at times, those projects return 0s because we do not work on them for a short period... so, when I average a column, I need to exclude both situations.
I am asking if it is possible to delete filtered rows? With code. What I mean is after setting a filter, then deleting all shown rows except row 1, (Titles) I did a search but nobody seams to have asked this yet, so recorded it, but that did not seam to enlighten me much either. Or is this the wrong approach, should I delete using a loop, using the filtered criteria as to say delete row, or move on to the next row?, this would be far more time consuming as when all can be deleted at once if possible of corse.
I want to conditionally format the highest and lowest number in a range of numbers in a single column (Column C). The numbers in Column C are created by a formula that simply adds the data in the two cells in the same row of Columns A & B.
Numbers are entered into columns A & B daily. The column C formula has been filled into enough rows to complete the entire year. Since future days do not have numbers filled in for Columns A & B, Column C for those days results in a sum of 0.
I have set up conditional formatting for Column C so the cell of the highest number in filled in green. I want to conditionally format Column C so the cell with the lowest number is filled red, but it automatically fills all the cells for future days in Column C in red because the sum displayed there is 0.
Is there a way to exclude the 0 sum cells? The date is filled in as simple text, rather than formatted as a day. Is that the answer?
I have a workbook event where the macro inserts the username and date into the comments of the cell that has been edited.. However I would like it to exclude the 'Index' worksheet that has its own macro for indexing all the sheets in the workbook. As every time the sheet is clicked and the macro updates the sheet names all the cells comment.
I have the following code which toggles the value of cells by double clicking on them. I need to exclude certain ranges of cells though. I tried password protecting the sheet, but that haults the code. Is there a way to exclude the cells or exit sub if the targeted cell was in the range of Rows("10:10") or Columns("A:B") for example?
I've got data for different regions of our company. For this example, what I need to do is count the number of jobs in the "South Atlantic" region (Column T) that are NOT "Wal-Mart Stores, Inc" jobs. In order to do this, I put a "1" in Column F so that the formula would have something to sum:
I have a list of weeks 1-4 for the fiscal month of January. I have a total column. Each week the appropriate week is updated and the total is updated via formula. The total column is just formulas adding Weeks 1-4 up. I also have an average column with the AVERAGE formula beside the total it that should give me the weekly average for January. However, it's trying to average all the weeks instead of just the weeks that I am on.
For example, Week 1 is 1,000,000. Week 2 is 500,000. Week 3 & 4 are 0 because there is no data in there yet. The AVERAGE formula keeps showing 375,000 instead of 750,000. It's averaging all the weeks and I just want it to average Weeks 1 & 2 right now, but automatically average Weeks 3 & 4 when they are populated.
I'm running a query of 30 and 60 days worth of data but I don't want certain dates to be included in the queries. How do I exclude certain dates and at the same time pull in day 31 to include this in my 30 day high or average etc.?
I want to exclude 1/15 because it is a holiday and it just repeats the data from 1/12. So I want it to pull in the data for 1/12 if I were doing a 5 day query. As I said before I need to do a MAX, MIN, AVERAGE and STDEV of 30 and 60 days but my formulas are skewed because of the holidays.
How do I adjust this formula so it copies & paste special values rather than copying formatting etc? I am very new to this and I have looked at other examples but have found it hard to adjust my code using those examples.
VB: Sub PrepayjournalKW() ' ' PrepayjournalKW Macro ' Range("A6", Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Journal").Range("A1") Range("B6", Range("B" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Journal").Range("C1") Range("AB6", Range("AB" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Journal").Range("D1") Range("AF6", Range("AB" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)).Copy Destination:=Sheets("Journal").Range("E1") End Sub
E.g After i filter my data, i have 50 data which will not include into my data analysis. However, after set up pivot table, these 50 data still include into my counting from my pivot table. How to exclude?
I am trying to exclude unusable data from my analysis. I have flagged data in the flag column on sheet 1 by a "1". A "0" is good data. On sheet 2, I have counts for the amounts of a certain code per partner. I used a sumproduct formula for the counts, but now I want to exclude all data with a flag "1".
Is there a way to do a Formula (SUM) but exclude cells with invalid values? I would like to add up all values in attached spreadsheet for cells A14 to A28 and again for A49 to A63, as well as get an average C-14 to 28 and again for C49-63.
As some of the cells contain text rather than numbers, the formula doesn't work. how to exclude these cells?
I've used the sumproduct formula very sucessfully in a workbook. The workbook is used to monitor discrepancies routed to other departments. Column U has the status of the discrepancy (Open, Closed, Cancelled etc). The below formula returns the number of discrepancies raised to a particular department. Now I need to tweak the formula to exclude values "Cancelled" found in range $U$119:$U:417.
I have been asked to create a worksheet to calculate the percentage of the utilisation of a number of loan cars per month. Each of the cars may be used on each and every day of the week but the percentage utilisation is to be calculated on working days only. However it is essential to record the name of the driver of the car at weekends and holidays. Column A is populated with the dates of the month. Colum B is populated with the relative days of the week. In column C and subsequent columns I record the name of the driver of a particular car registration. Is there any way that I can count the number of drivers of each car on working days only and not weekends or bank holidays?