How To Write Sum Formula For A Range In Last Empty Cell In Each Row
Sep 22, 2013
I have a spreadsheet. In this sheet the data is added daily so one column is increased everyday. The rows may also be increased. What I am trying to do is to sum the data in each row for a range of first cell in the row to the last non empty cell in that row and this has to be done for all the rows. So I thought the for loop would be useful for such requirement and I tried to write the following code. But unable to write the sum formula in the last empty cell in a row and I get the value error. The code is as follows.....
'find the last empty row in column A
lrow = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("sheet1").Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row + 1
'find the last empty column in a row
Though one of my friend told that it can be done with "with and end with block but I am not aware of with and end with block.
It would be better if you tell me that how can I put the sum formula in my code. How can I use variables which return the row number and the column number in the sum range within the For loop because I want to put If Else condition for the calculations within the For loop i.e. if certain condition is true then I want this calculation to take place otherwise do something else. Moreover it will be easier for me to understand. Because I can use different formula based on different cells as well. Is there any way to do this?
how do I write a Do Loop so it will repeat the below until row A is empty? I want the sheets to be added and named based on what someone enters on a data input sheet. i.e. if there are 5 rows with data, then it will create 5 sheets named accordinlgy.
It works to add a new row to an existing table and adding data. This doesn't work for me because i need the tables to stay a certain number of rows, probably about 10. I need it to add data to the first blank row of the table instead.
I've got a range of data in Column D approx 50,000 rows long and I need to go down this range and when theres a blank cell copy the info from the cell above. I've got some code which loops through this but I need to make sure I put "EOF and the bottom of the info to stop the loop. Is there a slicker way of writing this code?
I am learning how to create functions. All is going well, except when I auto fill for future input, the cells fill will all kinds of N/A or Null stuff etc.. I was trying to figure out how to do an IF statement like in my example below, that when the cell of reference is empty, keep it empty...but it is not working. take a look at it and tell me what I am doing wrong? I am using a grading system example...when a grade is put in, the corresponding letter grade fills, but when no grade value is entered, I want to keep the cells empty.
I want to make the formula: x=SUM(A * e^(-b*d)), wherein A and b are parameters and d the distance.
I've just over 10.000 rows and 15 columns (B4 to P10013) with distances. For each column i give a formula =$S$2*EXP(-$R$2*B4) and extent that for all colums and rows, then I sum all the columns. This works fine, except for the fact that when there is an empty cell the outcome is wrong. Because I set for example A as 10. The answer for that cell is 10, because he sees an empty cell as 0, i guess.
I have a chart with blank values in some cases. I have set up the chart to show those values as gaps, which relies on the blank cell being empty. However, my blank cells have a formula along the lines of: if (condition,value,"")
So the chart does not consider them blank, presumably either because the formula is in there, or because "" is not the same as blank. How can I make this cell appear blank for the purposes of the chart?
I have a spreadsheet that is pulled automatically from an access database. The information that is pulled is invoices that have been paid for each of the temps working for our company. Each month I have to give a figure per cost code on how much they are accruing so that they can see how much is still outstanding.
Right so what I am trying to do is have a macro take the temps charge rate then * 40 hours and place the amount into the empty cell. As you will see in the attachement some of the cells are coloured. The purpose of the colouring is show that a invoice has been processed and paid for that week so no value is needed in that cell.
Is it possible to make a cell "really" blank/empty based on an If statement? For instance:
Has a value_if_false of "". But Excel interprets this a bit differently than a cell that never had anything typed into it.
So if you have a column full of this formula copied down, and hit <control+down arrow>, you will go straight to the bottom and skip over all rows. Whereas if you have a column with values and empty cells alternating and hit <control+down arrow>, you will only skip the empty cells and go to the next value. Excel treats the conditionally empty cells as if they have a value, when it comes to this type of navigation. This holds even if you copy and paste "Values" for the cells over the formulas.
Is there any way to tell Excel to make the cells truly empty?
I'm looking for a quick and easy way to insert a value in the first empty cell in a multi-column, multi-row range using VBA. I suppose I could loop through the range, but the table could grow to immense proportions and I don't want to slow everything down.
For example, the new value should be placed in cell C4. It doesn't matter whether the range is looped through the rows or columns, either will work just fine.
I am looking for a formula function or a vba code where:
- In workbook1 find the first cell that is empty between range A7 - A10, - In workbook2, in Range G10- G13: find the word "Day1". - If the word "Day1" exists in cells G10 or G11 or G12 or G13, copy the particular cell or cells where "Day1" exists to the first found empty cell or cells in range A7-A10 in workbook1.
Lets suppose cells A8, A9, A10(workbook1) are empty cells, that means A8 is the first empty cell. And G10,G11,G12, G13 (workbook2) have the word "Day1" Then, Copy cell G10 into cell A8 Copy cell G11 into cell A9 Copy cell G12 into cell A10
I am using a IF(ISNA(Vlookup##,##,##)),"",(Vlookup##,##,##)) function, in order to remove N/A errors.
Is there anyway to convert the "" values to back to an empty cell without anything in it (i.e not text "", but empty as it was originally). I find that the file sizes are very large, when using this function, as data (although blank) is stored in each cell (i know this, because if I use cntr+arrow, it sees it as data, and not an empty area). I don't want to manually go through each cell and delete them as there is quite a bit of data (10000 rows , 2 columns, 30 tabs)
I am using a IF(ISNA(Vlookup##,##,##)),"",(Vlookup##,##,##)) function, in order to remove N/A errors. Is there anyway to convert the "" values to back to an empty cell without anything in it (i.e not text "", but empty as it was originally). I find that the file sizes are very large, when using this function, as data (although blank) is stored in each cell (i know this, because if I use cntr+arrow, it sees it as data, and not an empty area). I don't want to manually go through each cell and delete them as there is quite a bit of data (10000 rows , 2 columns, 30 tabs)
Is there a way to have the answer to a formula display nothing if one of the cells have nothing. Example cell A3= A1*A2 ... it will naturally show 0.00 but even if both A1 and A2 are completely blank. Is it possible for A3 to show nothing if A1 or A2 or both contain nothing. I still want it to show 0.00 but only if thatís what is in the other cells.