I have to color direct payoffs and commissions (green and blue respectively). I have to have a running total of payoffs that have not cleared and one for commissions. I have set up conditional formatting to color the text based on the check classification (A for payoffs and C for commissions). What I am trying to do is write a formula that will count only the payoffs (green text) that do not have a cleared date. I am then trying to do the same for the commissions (blue text). these totals are needed separately so I do not need them combined.
I have tried sumif and sumproduct. I have since deleted the formulas i have written cause they did not work.
I need to count the number of rows of active clients. I have set up a conditional format that when someone goes inactive dependent on the reason of inactiveness their entire row of information either gets greyed out or a red line through it. Is there a way to count the current "active" clients- or those that do not have these conditional formats applied to them. And this is also dependent on month, so that it does not show the same number each month.
I am trying to create an Excel spread sheet that keeps track of employees safety tickets and the dates they expire. Is there way to have a cell highlight to a color warning me 30 days prior to the due date listed?
Eg. John has first aid and expires on 11/15/2009. I'd like the cell that has this date to highlight red on 10/15/2009.
I have messed around with the conditional formatting and know how to format the cells color and font et., but I can not figure out the formula to use to get my results.
I am using Microsoft Office Excel 2003 (MS Office Standard)(SP3)
I would like to condition one cell to display various colors, based on the information in another cell. I have attached the file for an example. The cell to be conditioned is A1, and the cell that will specify its color is B3. For example, if the value of B3 is "Red Oak", A1 would be red, and if the value is "Maple", A1 would be green.
I have more than 3 of these that need to be formatted (conditional formatting limits to 3 formats), so I'm wondering if I can do an event macro to set the formatting.
I use Excel 2003 and am trying to put together an automatic macro to apply five conditional formats to a range of cells. The range is H3:H21 and is unnamed. The values in the cells are derived from formulas. These are the conditional formats:
If there is a 1, the background color should be gold/44 and the font should be bolded. If there is a 2, the background color should be gray 25%/15 and the font should be bolded. If there is a 3, the background color should be dark yellow/12 and the font should be bolded. If there is an e, the background color should be red/3 and the font should be bolded. If there is a 0 (zero), the font should be white/2.
From what I understand, I need to put the code in by using the "View Code" option in the tab sub-menu.
I have a code that copies a template and pastes it into another tab. However, it is copying the conditional formatting and pasting it as well. I already have conditional formatting on the other tab and do not want it to paste another set of conditional formats because the formula's are changing between the copy and pastes.
i have a register with items for calibration. I have a column with a date the item is next due cal which is 3 years from date of receipt manually input by myself. say (H64) due 20/11/2010, i would like the cell to be green if todays date is below the date due, but amber if todays date is within 30 days of being due and finally red if todays date is over. i have manged green and red but cant seem to get the between right for the amber.
I have a spreadsheet containing all sorts of formulas & data in Columns A - H, and a formula copied down in Column I generates a number that drives a few conditional formats in the preceeding columns.
I'm trying to copy-paste the values and formats of Columns A - H into a new workbook with this pretty simple macro...
Range("A1:H195").Select Selection.Copy Workbooks.Add Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteFormats, Operation:=xlNone, _ SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteColumnWidths, Operation:=xlNone, _ SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False Application.CutCopyMode = False When the formats are pasted across it's pasting the conditional formatting, but they're not displaying correctly because Column I isn't coming over to the new workbook.
Is it possible to copy-paste the cell formats as they stand regardless of whether there's any conditional formatting behind it?
I have a range A1:D10 containing formulae. I want the cells to change colour depending on the formula result. Conditional Formatting will do the job but only up to three colour so I need to use VBA because I have 6 colours. For example, if the result is 1, the colour changes to blue, if the result is 2, the colour changes to green, etc
I have VBA code which will change the cell colour if I input a value, but not if the cell is relying on formula result. The formulae results are dependent on cells throughout the workbook. The formulae results can be letters or numbers, whatever is easier.
I have been using conditional formatting for a project in Excel 2007 but as the end users are using Excel 2003, I have had to switch to the following VBA solution as my requirements exceed the standard 3 available conditions. I have looked at using custom formatting but I need to format the cell colour rather than just the font colour.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim icolor As Integer If Not Intersect(Target, Range("C19:IV384")) Is Nothing Then Select Case Target Case "0.5", "1", "U" icolor = 38 Case "C", "M", "P" icolor = 40 Case "A", "S", "D" icolor = 36 Case "L", "UP", "C/E" icolor = 35 Case Else 'Whatever End Select Target.Interior.ColorIndex = icolor End If End Sub
* When the macro is run on one worksheet, formatting and values are replicated simultaneously on another identical worksheet (not necessarily vice versa).
* As well as formatting cell colour when containing a value, a border should also be added with different colours for the top, bottom, left and right border.
* When the cell contains no value, the borders should return to how they were previously.
if i input 75 in cell G2, the value in A7:E7 will paste or will display in A2:E2 or if i input 76 in cell G2, the value in A8:E8 will paste or will display in A2:E2 or if i input 90 in cell G2, the value in A9:E9 will paste or will display in A2:E2 or if i input 78 in cell G2, the value in A10:E10 will copy or will display in A2:E2
I am using excel 2007 - I need the extra available columns in Excel 2007 for my application.
I have a spreadsheet that has a significant amount of conditional formatting. I want to copy a range from this spreadsheet to another spreadsheet. In the new spreadsheet I want to remove the conditional formatting rules whilst retaining the actual formats those rules generated.
Format painter and "paste special - format" copies any formats as well as the conditional format rules.
Is htere a method within Excel to do this or can someone suggest a workaround?
The macro firstly formats the data that is pasted into it from an access database, then it does some calculations to determine when 10 working days from a specific date is, and when 20 working days from the date is (these go in new columns at the end of the data). The macro will also add new columns which say "Not resolved" if there is no date in the Resolution column, "Yes" in the "10 working days met?" column if the condition is met and the same for 20 workings days in a different column. As the colouring etc takes a long time I really wanted to add as conditional formatting to the macro!
how to attach a spreadsheet here then I can show you what the outcome we want is. A point to note is that there is not a set number of rows each time we do this, and I don't just want 1 cell to be coloured - I want to specify which cells in the row are coloured depending on the results in another cell on that row.
I am attempting to create a template to make time and dollar budgets for various projects easier to create (20 plus projects a year with varying number of employees).
I want to have a template in which you input the number of employees working in a cell (IE. 3 employees), and with that the table expands to have enough rows to have 3 employees data input. However, only insert the number required but not overriding "totals" row below. With the new inserted rows I would like to keep the same format and formula for the row it was based on.
I have a cell with seven conditional formatting formula rules that I now want to copy to the rest of the column. I can copy/paste special/formats one cell at a time but if I try to to this with a group of cells, (or try using the format painter), it treats the formula references as absolute, even though they aren't shown as absolute in the rules manager. Am I missing something? Using 2007.
I have a list containing blocks of stock price values with each block representing a series of values at a given time e.g
1400 156 1400 99 1400 74 1400 86 1400 256
The number of entries may vary for each block but is never more than 60. the next block may be e.g.
14:05 15 14:05 42 etc
and down a very long list of around 65000 entries. I'm looking for a routine that will add up all the values in each block and calculate the total for that time block. I then need to fill in an adjacent column with the perecentage that each value is of the total. A completed block may look like;..............
I have a cell (A1) that contains text. That text will match a single value in a reference list (i.e. range of cells e.g. Z1:Z26). When the match occurs (e.g. A1 = Z16), I want the format of the reference cell (fill color, text color) to apply to the cell of interest (A1). The reference cells are manually formatted.
I know that I could create a long list of conditional format formulas instead of using the reference, but it seems that there must be some way to tell excel: if the cell value contents are equivalent, the formatting should be as well.
I have a workbook that I've built for a project. I've attached a sample workbook. What I'm trying to do, for the entire sheet or workbook if possible, is turn any Cell with a percentage of 30% to 49% yellow and any cell with a percentage of 50% or more Red. I would also like to move the ID's of the variable cells, for example Id number 9922, to the cells beside the description of the rows, Affected would be an example, if the information contained in the same row as the ID meets with a set of variables.
For example I only want the ID's moved if they correspond with IDsub 1-25. One more thing, the people who will be using this spreadsheet will be copying data from a website when it is imported it does not insert the values as numbers. I would like to format the cells, in example workbook they would be any of the cells labeled ID IDsub Variable or Number, so that anything put in that cell will automatically be converted to a number.
I should also probably add that the formatting will be done on approximately 80 rows a sheet with 47 sheets.
I want to be able to change the font color of the numbers in a column based on even or odd. I selected the columns and formated them to all be blue... thats the color I want for even, but now I can't figure out how to set a condition that checks for odd numbers and changes them to red. I now have a count of even/odd for all records, and even/odd for the last 30, this provided some very interesting results.
I have 64 squares that will produce some repeat letter sequences. How do I make it so that When there are repeats (multiple instances of the same result) they turn the cell blue or whatever. I would like to specify again that there will be may more than one repeated sequence so its not as easy as I thought it would be so like the 1st set could be clue and the next set would be green or whatever.