I have a list of about 1,400 numbers ranging in different lengths. What I'm trying to accomplish with a formula is to remove the single letter at the end of each number (not all numbers have them) and in addition to removing all zeros at the beginning of the number (again not all numbers have them).
Here is an example...say I have the following 5 numbers:
8014554 45678456 87451245 0008014554b 0008014554c
And what I need my formula to do provide is the following results instead:
8014554 45678456 87451245 8014554 8014554
So far I have started with the following =LEFT(A1,LEN(A1)-1), but that will always remove the last character (number and letter).
I want to remove the front zero(s) from the front and put a space before the last two letters for the following column of data in Excel:
0001MG 0020MG 0100MG 1000MG
Final result will have this format and the data are right aligned. 1 MG 20 MG 100 MG 1000 MG
The numbers can vary (e.g. 0150MG, 0025MG,etc.) but the arrangement is always the same: four figures for the first 4 characters and two letters for the last two characters. The format of the cells containing the data is: “General”
My table has 7 columns and these data are in the 5th column in a worksheet called “ProductSummary”. The number of rows for the records can vary from 10 to over a couple of hundred.
How can I use VBA to: 1) automatically select the table range in that worksheet and reformat all the data in the 5th column.
with the data in the attached sheet, I create several different pivot tables that need show the count of the information in the columns M:DU. My issue is that the data is sent to me from a third party and the columns contain zeros that cause the counts to inflate.
What I would like to be able to do is run a macro that will search out any zeros in M:DU and replace them with a blank cell.
Unfortunately the number of rows increases with every monthly reporting cycle so the macro would need to be able to accommodate for that.
I’ve created a formula for this statistic and I’m happy with the results. Because I’m working with formulas, my only problem is the unwanted zeros. How do I hide zeros that show up automatically (i.e. #3 [blank] and Nov 09-June 10)? I can hide the numbers, but if I enter a zero to one of my future statistics it will not appear and I don’t want that to happen. Is there a way to hide those automatic zeros without affecting my real zeros?
I have found a very useful UDF for removing non-alpha characters from strings. (See below, Credit for posting to Stanley D Grom - Ozgrid post ´Removing Non-alpha Characters From Text´).
Private Function RemoveCharacters(InString As String) As String Dim intLoopCounter As Integer Dim intStringLength As Integer Dim intASCIIVal As Integer intStringLength = Len(InString) InString = LCase(InString) For intLoopCounter = 1 To intStringLength intASCIIVal = Asc(Mid(InString, intLoopCounter, 1)) If intASCIIVal >= 97 And intASCIIVal <= 122 Then RemoveCharacters = RemoveCharacters + Mid(InString, intLoopCounter, 1) End If Next intLoopCounter End Function
1. Could the UDF be modified such that any part of a string contained within brackets is also removed (e.g. "NLGA High Street (West-Enfield), EN6" becomes "nlgahighstreeten")?
2. Can an argument be added to the format of the UDF, such that numbers (0 to 9) are either included or excluded (e.g. RemoveCharacters(A1,1) where the argument ´1´ would include any numbers (0 to 9), so "NLGA2003 High Street (West-Enfield), EN6" becomes "nlga2003highstreeten6")? ´blank´or ´0´would exclude these numbers, i.e. would return "nlgahighstreeten"
I have formatted the cells to be '0000' (showing the leading zero) however when my VBA code runs it copies the cell value into a string but when I stop the code running to check the value the leading zero(s) are gone. I can see they are the same on both worksheets in the correct format. I've tried a few others like integer and long but same same.
I have a CSV file I'm importing into Excell that contains leading zeros in a number field. I cannot get the zeros to display in Excel, but the user of the report needs to see them. Is there a way to dsiplay the leading zeros on a number field?
Is it possible to 'eliminate' the zero values when using =RANK? For instance, if you have data with values from +100 to -100 with some lines have '0' value, can they be ranked disregarding the zeero values.
I have pivot table that is pulling data from a page that is using the vlookup formula. I would like the table to only include fields that have data in the count. However, the pivot table is registering cells that have "0" (i.e., there's no actual data in the cell it is pull from) as having data. How can I get the pivot table count to ignore these cells?
i have to copy and paste values from an sap program over to excel spreadsheets, and I usually do about 15 at a time that end up in a column: 15 different cells. The value I am copying are ID numbers that all begin with zero and excel automatically removes the zeros at the front of each number. Is there a formula/process for preventing this.
I have a large spreadsheet of employee data saved in a shared network folder so that others can access it. Starting about a week ago, anytime I enter a number in any cell, Excel adds two zeros to the end of the number. For instance, a 1 becomes 100.
When other users open the file on their computer and enter a number, everything is normal - no zeros are added. I'm guessing I inadvertantly enabled a function somewhere along the line, but have been unable to figure out how to undo the function.
In the attached file, there are data in two sets. The data is the same only the second column has a zero-value. With the zero, the conditional formatting highlights the second largest number rather than the largest. point out the flaw in the conditional formatting hta tis causing this error
The only thing is, if only one cell contains a number other than 0 (eg. 1,2 or 3) then it returns #N/A. Ideally i'd like it to show the appropriate response for the number that is in the number range. For example - if one cell shows the number 2 and the rest are 0's, i'd like it to show Secure(the response for 2) rather than #N/A.
I have received an attachment of a .csv file from a client and one of the fields is a tenant ID number that sometimes begins with 1 or more zeros. When I open the attachment it is opening in Excel and dropping the zeros. How can I open that up and keep the zeros. I need those leading zeros.
I have A1 that contain numbers, B1 that contain number, and i want to multiply those 2 and at the end of result i want to add zeros on front. Let me give you an example:
A1 field has data :00.375B2 has data: 6.49 C1 has the multiply result of A1+B1: 2.43 (But i want when the calculation is done and have the result 2.4 to add 2 zeros on front and become: 002.43 or if the result is for example: 65.20 to add 1 zero on front and become 065.20 , and if the result is 102.20 do not add anything on front.
So in total i need to have the 5 digits of number.
I been trying to make a VBA code that will move a row to different sheet if it has a certain value. I found one code i think may work for doing, but everytime i put in the account numbers, excel shorten the number. I feel this maybe the reason i can't get it working.
I am using a formula to include all values greater than zero in my average which has worked fine until i tried to extend the parameters, then it gives me the Value? sign. Does anyone know another way to accomplish what i want?
here is what i am using now. =average(if(BZ28:CM28<>0, BZ28:CM28, " "))
i was trying to make the CM extend to CS, but for some reason it is not working.
Anyway, i figure a different equation might be better than what i have and solve my problem.