I've been trying to put together a VBA code that allows me to find a number between 1000 - 10,000. I am able to find any number below 999 but can seem to find anything above 1000. I've been using the following ....
Got the roundup part which is ROUNDUP(F2,-3) but having hard time with the other part If the cell (F2) is 0 or below would like to show zero. I am attaching a spreedsheet so you can see what I'm trying to get at.
I need a formula that returns the Nth number from a single column that contains a small number of values within a span of 1000 cells. E.g., within 1000 cells there are 36 with numbers and the remaining cells are blank. I need to obtain the first occurrence of a number in the column, then the second, third... to the thirty-sixth. The end result would be a column with 36 numbers with no blanks in between without loosing the correct order of the numbers.
I have excel 2003 and have been tooling around with the index and lookup functions with no success.
Is there any way to change the decimal point from the usual period symbol (.) to a comma (,). The reason being, i have a structural design spreadsheet and the new terminology is just so, changed from 00.00 to 00,00 I have tried cell formatting but it just uses a comma (,) for numbers in their thousand and it wont do what i need.
I do receive invoices from my vendors. They send me an invoice in PDF formate. I am using able2extract software to conver the PDF to excel. It is working great but most of the times my vendors enters the items/Case in the description field. Like the example below:
"Bajri Rotla 11 oz.(24)"
I would like to place a "," in between the last character and begining of the first number. In the above case it will be after "a" (in Rotla) and before "1" in (11). If I can do this then I can apply texttocolumn from excel and use "," as delimiter and separate item name from size and case/Pack. Then can use another "Texttocolumn" and separate size and case/pack. If there is a VBA code that can be written for this it would make my life a whole lot easier.
Following are 3 images that I have copied from actual data.
1. Original PDF invoice data that I receive from my Vendor
2. Image of the excel file before formating. This is the format from "Able2Extract" (3rd party software that I use to convert PDF to excel. Works great!!
3. Converted Excel data sheet. This is the way I want to format the data.
I found code on this site after searching a long time that has worked well in a larger macro I'm writing for use in Excel 2003 usage. However, I'm stumped on how to achieve the following on the attached sample: find and remove the number in A2 from the list in E2 then count the individual numbers seperated by commas in E2 and post the results in G2 Repeat the same sequence for C2, D2 and F2
I want to write a formula/script that searches file names in Column "A" for an item number located in Column "B", then combines all file names containing that item number into Column "C" with comma separations. Each item number will have a different number of file names associated with it (between 1 and 10 files), and there are about 2000 different item numbers being crossed with about 7000 file names.
Here is an example completed with a CONCATENATE formula:
On my indows XP box, when I type a number into an Excel spreadsheet and it is in "General" format, the numbers appears like this (examples):
I want them to look just like that except for the first one, which I want to have the thousands separator:
I don't want to use a number format because Excel makes you set a specific number of decimal places...I want the decimal places to float depending on how many decimal places there are in the entered number (just like the "General" format does). So basically, I want a "General" format, but with thousands separators (commas).
I tried using something like ###,###.### but that leaves a decimal place at the end of each integer (i.e. "123,456.") which is also not acceptable.
I have made some macros for importing data from a txt fileand to sort the data into a sheet ready to be exported into another txt file. I have made VBA to work with "." as decimal separtor within the spreadsheet.
But, when I run the macro to export the data into a txt file (I have used the macros from this site [URL] .....) it automatically changes all "." into ","
I need the txt file to load data into another program, and this program need the use of "." as decimal separator - and not ",".
I am looking to semi automate and mass emailing routine. I done code to validate the email now I just want to do some code to append the validated emails. Was hoping someone could offer a quick and easy way to accomplish this task. Below are a list of emails as they would be in excel below that is a variable “strRecipients” that is used to append all emails.
I have a standard block of text with numbers in it pulled from various calculations in a financial model. I have done this through a formula
e.g. ="You gross profit percentage is " & D9 & "% and your gross profit is $" & D10 & "." Problem is i'd like to format the numbers that pull through so they are easier to read. At the moment in the above example D10 results in $-600000000. I'd like it to look like $(600,000,000).
I have a workbook that is being used by users with both "," and "." as decimal separator. This is working all fine, except for one cell, where I need the number output to be displayed with two decimals. See formula below:
="Open at " & TEXT(+OHL!J$13+OHL!H$15,"0.00") & " and Go"
This example does not work with "," decimal settings.
Is there any different way to force two decimals in a text string, except for TEXT (where the format given in itself limits the cross decimal separator functionality)?
I have a SAP application that outputs a field of data from a specific query. One column, the date, is produced in the format 18.02.2009. Is there any excel 'trickery' that can convert this into a standard british date format i.e. 18/02/2009 & then allow me to sort the entire data field by ascending date order?