I have a list in rows where I have a ranking formula =COUNT($G$5:$G$81)-(RANK(G5,$G$5:$G$81)+ COUNTIF($G$5:G5,G5)-1)+1 When I sort the rank, ascending. All of the unique numbers sort ascending, but the non-unique numbers sort descending
I have never recorded a macro before and what I want, I think, is pretty simple but I can't figure it out. I want a sort button that sorts all information ascending by column B. See attached spreadsheet.
Im totally new to excel and have some data i need to sort. how to sort numbers into ascending order across a row. ie, I have 34 2 45 79 102 63 etc, and I need them to start low and order to high. i have over 1200 rows, so it would be good to do the whole sheet at the same time.
Is it possible to allow Autofilter but disallow Sort Ascending/ Descending for an excel list in sheet? I have data set up as an Excel List (Excel 2003, with Autofilter turned on) so all formulas, formatting etc copy down when a new row of data is added, however if I just Protect worksheet and disallow Sorting, the List features don't work. I also tried putting the following in the Worksheet Activate event
But this doesn't seem to disable the Sort option in the Autofilter, only the Data Sort function.
I am trying to sort a combo box by ascending order...this combo box displays 2 columns of data which are populated from a spreadsheet. I would like to sort by the first column in the combo box which is numeric, but I do not want to sort the actual data on the spreadsheet.
I'm trying to sort a report using case number in Ascending order, this report varies in length and data begins in cell B2 down the whole report. It needs to include the fields on either side ie. expand the selection.
I would like to call a macro which would sort rows 4-23 from the highest to the lowest, or if it is already highest to lowest, then sort from lowest to highest. This is how I am doing the current sort(High-Low):-
I have an Overview worksheet that is pulling info from all other sheets in the workbook.
What I want to do is order that info in ascending order depending on the worksheet name.
So I want all the worksheet names that start with 'AB' say sorted in ascending order and all worksheets that start with 'BC' in ascending order.
Now this I have at present working by a macro I created which once the info is loaded onto the sheet I just selected the info and ordered it in ascending order. The thing is though the next time I enter this Overview sheet I might have an extra worksheet that starts with 'AB' and this will not be included in the order, I will have to adjust it everytime so I need a more automatic ordering process.
I want to do is sort in ascending sequence, a range defined as rTrainRow which is a row of text data. Each cell in the row can contain space, blank, one Alphabetic character or a special character such as $, %, (, +, etc.
I'd like to carry out a VLOOKUP on a list of product. The product numbers contain numbers and letters, some start with several 0's. If i were to convert these product numbers to an actual number, the 0's are removed.
So, when I attempt to place the list in ascending order, it's not really in ascending order - it will start with the part numbers that Excel has defined as a number with everything else afterwards.
Is there anyway I can run a VLOOKUP without having to place the lookup table in ascending order?
I've sorted it by column A. However, sometimes the date is the same and then it doesn't always go right... see f.ex. 17 dec, where the ship arrives in the harbour and then is at sea again and then departs Not exactly what happens. I had the same problem on 28 dec, but there it disappeared when I told Excel to sort secondly on column B.
On from a solution I am using in the sheet which uses very well an Array Formula.
In the attached book I have a sheet with a bunch of tables called Site Table. In the sheet called Working Sheet I want to get the text Site Names and list them in Column A. Sorted would be nice not required but I can't think of way to avoid blanck rows without a manual sort. I tried many versions of Find without a solution as well.