How to leave a cell truly empty if the criteria of my IF statements is untrue. Currently, I'll write something like:
But for some reason, when I copy and paste the resulting range of values elsewhere (to rid myself of the formula that determined them), the cells that did not return a value (where the statement is FALSE), are not recognized by a "Go To Special > Blanks" request, until I select all of the "empty cells" and clear them manually. Yet when I try to do a search on the same range for an empty space, I get no hits.
On sheet 3 column d i have a vendor number. I am trying to create a formula in column M (same sheet) that will say "True" if the vendor number in column d is also listed on sheet 2, column A (Rows 2-148)
Write if statement or any other formula: if cell C3 is less then 0 then "over due", if = 0 then "due" and if more then zero then "not due yet" otherwise preferably nothing, because that would mean that the cell is empty.
I have a worksheet called "Raw Data" where in columns J, I and G contain values. I would like to write a formula whereby if all 3 conditions are met, it will count the number of values found in column C.
I've tried to write an IF statement but it just returns FALSE, despite the result being true. Need the right combination of IF/AND statements that would do this?
=IF(AND('Raw Data'!$J:$J="Maintenance",'Raw Data'!$I:$I="Open",'Raw Data'!$G:$G="1-2008"),COUNT('Raw Data'!$C:$C)). I've tried to attach the workbook, but there's a problem with uploading attachments I think. Sorry if my explanation is unclear.
I'm looking to use an if/and statement to give back a true of false but it doesnt seem to be working, I'll give an example, I want excel to search a set of cells to see if its blank and another cell to see whats written there(from a pull down menu) and if both of them are true I conditionally format to go green, otherwise stay white. It works for one cell, condition below:
but I cant get it to do this =AND(Anoop!B3:13="IIC",NOT(ISBLANK(Anoop!C3)))
i.e search the entire column
I was also wondering if it was possible if it found an "IIC" in B8 how I could get it to check C8, D8 etc..
This formula refers to cells in columns N,O,P,Q,R,S and T. Every cell in columns N,O,P,Q,R,S and T also contains formulas (VLOOKUPs). My if statement works fine but when it checks cells in column P, for some reason, it doesnít recognize cells with non-zero values. I canít figure out why this is happening and how to fix this problem.
I have a Piece of code that works when a cell changes its value. I want to try and get it to work when only cells in coloumn B change. I thought the best way would be with using an IF statement but i am unsure on the code to write and get it to work. This is the code that i have at the moment.
i am trying to automate altering a DAT file. Basically, each line of data in the DAT file contains an entity name, an account name, and a value. for some of the accounts, i need to change the entity name. for all other accounts, i can leave the entity name alone. if i copy the DAT file into Excel, and use text to columns, how can i create a macro to compare the accounts to a range of cells containing a list of the accounts i need to alter the entity name for, and then change the entity name if there is a match?
the account does not need to match perfectly, the accounts i input only needs to contain the reference account. the list of accounts and the entity name i need to change to are in cells on another sheet. i thought about doing a loop to run through each line of data, but i am not sure how to do that.
i have this formula and need to change true and false to text for both the expressions =OR(E23<=DATE(YEAR($L$2),MONTH($L$2)+$J$2,DAY($L$2)),($L$2>E23))
what im trying to do is e23 has a static date (food sell by dates)and if that date gets within 3 month (J2) period of todays date (L2) i want it to say "warning" if e23 is equal to or older than todays date i want it to say out of date.
L2 has =today() J2 has the number of months in it for the warning
I have a button and when I press it, it shows a tick so the user knows when it's been clicked I also want it to insert the date it was clicked but obviously if I use the =TODAY() formula it would change everyday. I need to keep it the same after each day.
I attached 2 examples. The first one is before the screen flickering fix I got from Andy Pope. The second is when I added the fix. When you open Example List 1 and you enter 0 at E180, the screen will flicker, but it will change (red) Watching to (green) Planning to Watch in G180.
When you open Example List 2 and you enter 0 at E180, the screen doesn't flicker anymore. The status Watching in G180 still changes to Planning to Watch, but it stays red while it has to become green. How can I have the color changes and no screen flickering? Marco:
I have a formula in a cell which attempts to grab a value on another sheet that's dynamically changing in real-time (it's a live stock price changing in realtime via DDE). My objective is to grab this current live stock price when it is between the times of 10:30 AM and 5:00 PM, bt as *soon* as it goes past 5 PM, I want this formula cell to display the very *last* (ie.the one just before) value it had just before the time rolled over past 5 pm.
I have a bit of code that calls a formatting sub depending on which cell is modified. It is triggered by the Worksheet_Change event, determines which cell is modified, and either calls the formatting sub or doesn't based on the location of the modified cell.
Some of the columns in the sheet have data validation with drop downs. If I select a value from the drop down, it doesn't trigger the Worksheet_Change. If I type a value into the same cell, it does.
This was apparently an issue in Excel '97, but supposedly fixed in '03?
I have a worksheet built that obtains info from Sheet1(ACV) and enters it into Sheet2(Payment1), however when I run the process, only Line 10 fills and then it stops. I need to loop the first statement of the code, so that it fills all of column 1 until there is no info to fill then I assume the rest of the code will fill in the worksheet accordingly.