The accounts listed on this report change on a monthly basis. I am attempting to create a macro or write a formula that can but used each month to fill in this list automatically. On Sheet 1 is a short example of what the report looks like when exported into excel. The numbers on the left are the numerical hierarchy. The long set of numbers are the account numbers and the others are the categories that each are located under.
Sheet 2 is what I need the end result to look like. One of the problems I am running into is how to handle the fact that the hierarchy re-uses numbers. The hierarchy always runs vertical, therefore "5" always falls under the "4" that is directly above but when there is another "4" it should be ignored and continue on up the chart until it finds the first "3" and place that in the cell to the right then find the first "2" and so on.
I have to fill an invoice template, whereby I need to lookup the unit price in a pricing sheet, based on the effective date (horizontally placed) and the specific tasks to be invoiced (vertically placed).
The effective date cell (B1) is the one that can be changed, the formulas in the unit price cells (yellow highlighted) then needs to look up the price for that specific task in the table on the tab "pricing sheet".
I was trying something with INDEX / MATCH, but can't get it to work.
I am trying to set-up a formula that needs to be copied down and across and draws upon a data table that has a horizontal and vertical parameter that needs to be checked for the formula to return the right answer.
I have tried all manner of Index/Match, Offset etc but can only get one of either the vertical, or horizontal parameter working.
I was wondering if it's possible to create a macro that would check the range horizontally and vertically and return the resoults in a userform so that when workbook is open this userform would come up with the information who is due for refresher....
The sample book doesn't show the real size of the original matrix which has 190 employess and about 30 procedures so as you can imagine it's a pain.. to keep it up to date so I need something to flag that for me, yes I can see the red cells but still there's so many cells that I might easly miss some of them....
I've been working on this for days, i still got no solution on what formulas I will put on cells in "To" tab. The excel file is composed of two tabs "To" and "From". We will convert the "From Tab" to "To" format. What formula will I put in D3 to V3 and drag down in "To" tab to convert datas from "From" tab.
I have a problem that lookup vertical and horizontal corresponding values when there was duplicate values as it's only returning the first value found. What I want was to lookup the vertical and horizontal corresponding values on the left most & top most column based on the largest values column and also to return the duplicate values under the vertical and horizontal value column in ascending order if it's a duplicate values.
E.g. for "Shop1", what's the value for segment "PI" and product "Credit", etc.
An example file attached : fz73m5zEmZS6Y14-C.xlsx
The key thing for me is to do this WITHOUT changing data structure, because that really would be a huge pain. I mean, if it's no possible to do without changes (e.g. adding an extra column, etc.), I'll have to live with that I guess. But ideally I would really like to avoid changing data structure.
Year 1 Year 2 Income 100 150 Expense 20 30 Net Income 80 120
I need to take the calculated "Net Income values" and also place them vertically by themselves, like this:
Year 1 80 Year 2 120
I know I can copy and paste the values easily using the "paste special... transpose", but how can I easily do this so that it continues to reference the original values? So that if I change the Income in year 1 of 100 to 120 the vertical Year 1 value would change from 80 to 100?
I am trying to create a formula that will sum a range based on both horizontal and vertical criteria using the following data:
1 20% 25%
2 40% 25%
3 40% 50%
For example, if the horizontal criteria were "1" and the vertical criteria were "2", I need to sum the 20% and 40% amounts (60%). If the horizontal criteria were "2", and the vertical criteria were "3", I would need to sum the 25%, 25%, 50% (100%). I have tried using SUMIFS functions, but they do not appear to work with both horizontal and vertical axis criteria (I receive a #VALUE error).
I need a solution for the equivalent of a SUMIF combining both vertical and horizontal data. The vertical cells align to the horizontal ones, but they're in a different table.
My attempted formula is: =SUMIF($H$22:$H$30,"TRUE",D7:L7) *note that this is just an example set of data...my real data set is much larger (both rows and columns)
I need to be able to do this without transposing any of my data.
Things I've tried: - Another option I tried was making D7:L7 a named range and using the transpose function (as an array) within the SUMIF formula above. I received an error. - I tried using a bunch of IF statements added together (i.e. =IF(H22=TRUE,D7,0)+(H23=TRUE,E7,0)...); this actually works properly, but I get the "formula too long for cell" error when I put them all in (too many characters)
I am tasked to plot some client satisfaction data on a monthly basis. I want to be able to show the client satisfaction with different aspects of service delivery. Can have a chart with "Good", "Fair", and "Poor" on the vertical axis with months on the horizontal axis?