I want to vlookup from sheet2 cell E2 to find all matches in sheet1 in coulmn G and add totals together in coulmn E. The match I am looking for is used in several rows of coulmn G on sheet1. I only want cell E2 on sheet2 to give me total amount from data in coulmn E of sheet1 when a match is found in coulmn G of sheet1.
I am using the Vlookup function to find a particular code in one sheet then give me the cost data that is associated with that code and put it into a similar cell in another sheet. It will work fine if I use (for example) A2 to E39 as my table_array. This would be fine if I only had 38 rows of data to look for the code on. However I have thousands of rows of data that need to be checked. Therefore when I change the table array to anything greater than E40, the vlookup will not work and it will only return a value of zero instead of the actual cost data. This is very weird and does not make sense that anything is wrong.
The only thing I can think of is that the vlookup function has a limit on the number of rows that it can look for data in. However, I did not think that it had a limit at all.
I know vlookup can find specific text in a column when the formula resides on the same sheet. But for my actual application (a 15 page price list) I was attempting to use vlookup on sheet 2 and have it find specific text on sheet 1. Note that sheet 1 will be having additional rows added through out the table over time, so vlookup cannot use a specific cell location.
My attached example can simulate the problem by sorting the table by name (A-Z).
I am trying to use the vlookup fxn to display employee names according their in-time (10:30 for this example). I have multiple employees in at 10:30 so I need to find a way using vlookup to accomplish this.
This is a sample of my Master worksheet showing the schedule for all employees (Cell used for this example is D16):
My vlookup formula for finding the first match for a 10:30 in-time:
The other worksheets in this workbook are various Floorplans depending on how many employees are scheduled that day with a column designated to the employee's name(B), and a column for their in-time (C). Here is a sample of the '8 Server Floorplan':
I thought by just finding the address of the first match (Master!D16), incrementing it by 1 (=D17) and plugging the cell containing this formula (P5) into my data range, that it would force the vlookup formula to adjust its data range from D4:W38 to D17:W38. This, in turn would then find the first match for 10:30 and so on for anyother identical in-times...
I am trying to connect a special date and a price to a special name (please see the attached file).
In sheet 1 I have the following: - In column A I have a set of different names. - In column B I have a set of different dates. - In column C I have a set of different prices on bonds that off course refers to the different names at their respective dates.
In rest of the sheets I want an overview of the different bonds, and what their prices are at the exact date. The problem is that if I use the vlookup it is only the first value that will be extracted. How can I get all of the prices corresponding to the different dates to the correct bond. I also want the possibility to update this every day.
I am getting #N/A errors even when I have an apparently exact match in my table array to the lookup value. I know that excel requires the formats to be exactly the same and I can force the match if I copy the lookup value from my table array and paste it into the worksheet. Is there an easy way to "fix" my table array. The table array is a reference worksheet I have created which has worked in the past.
I have the following formula which, if text is in A1, will lookup from a list of worker's comp codes to locate the code in A2 and return the wording for that =IF(ISTEXT(A$1),VLOOKUP(A$2,Codes!$B$3:$C$720,2),"")
However, if there is not an exact match to the code in A2, it returns the wording for the next closest code.
Is there a way to make it so that it will only return the wording for the exact match and return "invalid code" if the number in A2 is not found on the list on the "Codes" sheet?
I need to add a space in front of a string of numbers/letters, but it still doesn't seem to match what's in the lookup range. Granted, i get the lookup range from HQ, so there may be a formatting issue.
I've information in two sections of a worksheet, columns A and B (range named "temp1") and columns D and E (range named "temp2"). I should also say that the reason I have two sections is that each section will have about 150 rows, so instead of having a huge list of 300 rows, I've tried splitting them into two sections.
AB 1a 1b 3c
DE 4d 1e 6f
What I want to do it show all the results that match the value 1 using a vlookup formula. Also the values in column A and D may change, i.e if value 4 in D1 changed to 1, I would expect to see "d" included in the results.
This is the original formula I got somewhere else which sorts out my vlookup on multiple matches issue.
I have several Campaign Names (about a thousand) and about 25000 categories (with ID's) to choose from and would like to assign the Category ID's to the Campaign Names without doing manual searches. My problem is that the names are not similar enough for vlookup and I didn't get any usable results with the fuzzy lookup add in either.
I will attach an example of both my Campaign and my Category file for reference. Example Complicated Vlookup.xlsx
I'm looking for a macro to basically produce me a list of shop names on one sheet with their appropriate sales information. Bascially, i have 4 sheets one for each week of the month, with all the sales info for various shops. Each sheet will list the same shop about 10 times as they make numerous transactions so each one is listed. The list on each of the 4 sheets can be any length and will change week to week depending on how many sales there are.
What i want is to find shops that appear in more than one week and have then appear on a list on a 5th sheet, i.e. my good performers sheet!
I have a spreadsheet with 3 columns: Name, Number and percentage. I need a formula to return the name that has the percentage and the 2nd highest percentage. the spreadsheet has 5 rows, not including the columns labels.
The objective of the code is to determine if a value in Column A exists:
- If it does, then copy data from a different worksheet into the row of the worksheet where the value resides - if it doesnt, then go to the last used row in Column A and add then copy data from a different worksheet into the new row
The portion of the code im having trouble with involves the Finding of the value in Column A, and also the error handling when it doesnt find it.
The code below doesn't handle the error correctly.. for the data set im running the code on, it should find a value in Column A (which it does) but then it also runs the ErrHandler portion..which shouldnt happen.. it should only run the ErrHandler portion if it cant find the value in Column A (which therefore means a new record is required)
Sub UpdateRecords() Dim fitem As String Dim nmax As Integer Dim nRow As Integer Dim rFoundCell As Range
I am looking to create a code that searchs a column to see if there is word similar to the input (As in it's the same part name with a missing or extra letter or a space), and then return the first matched word.
I've just started with VBA and are trying to figure out following:
I'm using a validation list where the user choose one of twelve alternatives. The option she or he made is found in one or more rows in column B. If there is a match between the alternative in the validation list and in column B I want to copy some of the cells in the same row as the match in column B (to be exact, I want to copy the cells in column E, J, N and P) to another sheet.
I've succeeded doing this with one row but I don't know how to do without using that same code over and over again until Excel has made it trough all the rows. And there is over 200 of them.
I have another challenging solve for a VBA macro. So here it goes, as I have become frustrated trying to make an array formula with no joy. On my sample worksheet provided below this is what I am trying to accomplish:
(Solution cells) B4:I4 looks to the (Combination cells) M5:R10 for a match If a match is present then cell J4 gives a "win" , If no match then cell J4 gives a " lose ".
Next if a win is present in cell J4, then cell K4 looks for when the draw number that matches occurred on from cells A4:A10, then subtracts the two(e.g. solutions cells from combination cells) to give the actual " # of draws to a win ". If no win is present in cell J4, then the default is zero for cell K4
The formula would be copied down thru cells J4:K12
Please refer to sample worksheet attached so that you can understand more clearly of just what I'm trying to do.
In my workbook I have two tabs, the first tab is intended to call on data located on the second tab so I can evaluate & Display it in different ways. Here's what's worked so far. Where I'm stuck is attempts to try and combine the two.
- the second tab is named AW_Items_Import
1) Looking on the second tab to count the number of times a object (identified on the first tab in Cell B13) appears =COUNTIF(AW_Items_Import!J:J,B13)
2) Looking on the second tab for items that fall within a set value range, the ranges specified on the first tab in cells C14 and E14
What I want to do, is combine 1) and 2) so I can isolate a search to a name specified on the first tab, THEN count the number of times that item falls within a set range, the range also specified on the first tab.
Worksheet #1: Column "A" going down (starting at A1 to A5) I have the numbers 1,2,3,4,5 entered in each cell...
Worksheet #2: In cell A1 is the number "1" In cell A2 is the number "7"
I want a formula in cell B1 (WS#2) that looks for the number in cell A1 (WS#2) in the range of cells A1:A5 on Worksheet #1, and if it finds the value of A1 (WS#2) in that range of cells on Worksheet #1, it returns the letter Y... if not it returns the letter N
So my result on Worksheet #2 should be... Cell B1 shows the letter Y Cell B2 shows the letter N