I got a question where I cannot think of a good descriptive title for, I have seen this done but do not know how it is done. An internet user inputs data onto a web form, and and presses a submit button. The submitted input is 'processed' on a through excel and outputs the result back the internet user.
Two questions 1 - what is a good title for this? 2 - how is it done?
the actual output of the error message when I run my macro. To repeat it, it says, "Regression - Having trouble offsetting input/output references"
The two button choices that appear on the bottom are "OK" or "Help." The OK button allows the macro to keep running (until it finds that it cannot find the regression output that was supposed to be created.
I have a long list of values, a few thousand lines, that I need to input into an array so I can run a formula on the values in the array and then take those results and put them into another array which I can then call to output down a different column. Is there a faster way to accomplish this than the typical For Loop with the activecell.value and activecell.offset commands, that just takes forever.
Im working a spredsheet for my work, it is a database of qualifications for certain employees. There are about a hundred different qualifications and about 20 different employees. And some of the qualifications overlap. I would like to input a certain date in one of the cells, and have it copy into some of the other cells where the quals overlap. But i would like to input that date into any of the cells that overlap, not just one.
I got all three dropdowns to be dependent on each other, now however, whenever I change the value in the top Input Dependent Box M39, I would like M43 & M47 to appear blank. I want these two cells to appear blank until you select the dropdown which will allow you to select your values of choice.
I am trying to write a match function to return the row of the value I search for. It is properly returning the value of the row I searched for. What I need to know is how do I get it to spit out information in the rest of the row. Here is my code so far:
Sub Rectangle2_Click() Dim x As Long Dim Row As Long
' Brings up input box x = InputBox("Please Enter Tool Information", "Search")
'Exits if nothing is entered in the text box 'If x = "" Then Exit Sub 'MsgBox (SearchString) 'SearchString = x MsgBox (x)
That gives me a Type mismatch error when I uncomment it out.
Something I was adviced of before in a situation like this way to Concatenate the columns, e.g =A2&B2&C2&D2&E2&F2 in a far left column (insert 1 if needed).
That was supposed to be so that I can search through multiple columns. When I do that to test it, it never comes up with results. It always comes back as 0 meaning it wasn't found.
I'm trying to use IF and AND functions to create a basic input-output system. The problem I have (more details below) is the 64 limit when the potential inputs could be infinite.
For values entered into a cell between 1 and 10, this should produce an output of 0.00 in another A value higher than 10 should output as 1.00, and from then an extra 1.00 is added for every '10' added. There is no limit on the input ie 1 = 0.00, 11 = 1.00, 29 = 2.00 and so on.
Sometime itís so hard to explain what it is you are having problems with, specially in the little title. I'm trying to write a formula which should be very simple but isnít . The formula is in box F10 if B10 has anything in it and its going to have a mixture of text and numbers (first text then numbers) then itís should equal to the value in the box C7. Here is the formula I wrote that doesnít work.
What I am trying to do is get the ROW 13 and ROW 18 outputs depending on inputs in ROW 2 to 5. Inputs in ROW 2 to 5 can have any value in any year. I would like to perform the calculations if the value in column U is 2 (if 1 then no action required)
I don't need ROW 10, 11, 12 separately if that is easier ...I am interested in getting the ROW 13 basically.
Have a person Input an Assembly Number and,Have Excel return a list of Part Numbers, their Descriptions, and a Quantity for each Part Number that will need to be packaged with the Assembly Number that was Input.
The output needs to be in the form of a check sheet (I can play with the formatting if I can get the information out) for the one Assembly Number input.The output can either be in a separate spreadsheet or a User Form. The spreadsheet is easier for me to work with but the User Form looks cooler.
I can use a VBA Function to Input the Assembly Number but then I need some way of searching a small table (about 20x20 cells) to find the matching Assembly Number and then return the Part Numbers, etc. to a check sheet so the parts can be packaged. Each Assembly Number can have several Part Numbers associated with it. Either unique to that Assembly Number or common to other Assembly Numbers. The Quantities can also be unique or common. A couple of simple examples might be:
For what I'd like to do, the attached workbook actually represents 3 worksheet. one input sheet and two output sheets (output1 and output2)
I plan to use command button " CommandButton1" on input sheet to start the calculations
Here's what I want to do after pressing the " CommandButton1" :
1. start with case 1 and find the value of Input A to Input J from input table using Vlookup and paste those values to respective palceholder for inputs in blue colour area above the input table for each input.
2.for empty cell in the input table paste 0 (zero)
3. after this will give results for case 1 inputs on sheets "output1" and "output2" on basis of formulas used for each output
4.then copy the results for case 1 inputs from sheet "output1" and "output2" and paste them on "input sheet " in Output table (its below Input Table) next to case1
5.Do this for all cases (in actual workbook there will be more than 100 cases)
I have a simple spreadsheet of an inventory. Each row on this spreadsheet represents the data related to an item. I would like for a user to be able to INPUT a serial number via a userform. Then, I would like for the program to OUTPUT some information about that particular item (a few cells that should be on the same row as the serial number).
I attached an image diagram that may better represent what I am trying to do.
I have a bit of code in sheet two of my document that requires user input to produce output. However I have the document set up in a vway that requires the actual input to be placed in a vell in sheet one, and the cell in sheet two is just "=cell in sheet one". This causes the input cell in sheet two to change but the output cell does not produce the new answer.
Got a road block on one of the trackers which I am trying to create which compares some of our agreements. Basically we need to compare current production with our contracts and then bring the tier level they are at in order to then calculate how much in overrides we receive. Belwo is an example:
Input Value = 140000 Out Should be = 1.5%
Set of Values 1 T1 T2 T3 T4
In a nut shell it will look for 14000 in set of values 1 and pick T3 to then go in set of values 2 and display corresponding T3 which will be 1.5% in above example as output.
I have a list of names in the A column of the sheet. I wish to use the input string, a new name, of a vba box to insert into the column of existing names in alphabetical order by inserting an entire row, which I suspect will be the case anyway. Also 'Return' key doesn't seem to be inserting a CR on the page that I typed this request upon.
I have two vertical ranges that I need summarized into 2 adjacent vertical ranges.
" A B C D | SUMMARY model qty| modelqty 1 4.12922.0000| 4.12952.2000 2 2.000012.1250| 2.000025.1250 3 4.12929.0000| 318.0000 4 318.0000| 5 4.1291.2000| 6 213.0000| "
A1:A6 is my SKU's model number B1:B6 is my inventory C1:C6 should contain formulas that result in a summary of the models D1:D6 should contain formulas that result in a sum of the inventory count for each model
Columns O,P and Q should show a "Y" if Column N has the percentage (the percentages shown at the top of those three columns) over the value in column D. I hope this makes sense!