I need a formula for counting rows. It should achieve the following;
It should count in increments of 1 (1,2,3,4, etc.) in each cell in a column (column AW, to be prescise).
It should skip hidden rows.
It should account for the fact that a formula is able to reveal rows and when this is done, the counting formula should adjust to count the newly revealed row.
It should also be able to do the opposite - another formula/macro hides rows, and when this happens it should not count the newly hidden row.
I can imagine a formula in each cell of the column that says "Check the previous column and if it is visible, add 1. If a hidden row is encountered, do not add 1. When a non-hidden row is encountered again, continue adding 1."
I am applying the sum function to a range of cells in a column. I've Auto Filtered my sheet to only include the data I need. Unfortunately, the sum function is adding everything in that column, even data from the 'hidden' cells that I've filtered out. I need to know what condition or parameter to apply to the sum function (or any other function for that matter), that will only add the data shown on my screen. Not the data that is hidden.
I am trying to come up with a formula that will count everything excluding 1 in one row, while looking at another row to determine the group. The attached example explains things a lot better.
I am going to have 2 formulas. 1 for the "Big" group and one for the "Small" The formula needs to look first at the column that has the group in it. Then it needs to count everything is column A excluding "Snake" And return the value.
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 a holiday and sickness chart for all of the guys in my maintenance department for the whole of next year (2014). The holidays part works fine. The sickness is split into two areas; the number of occurrences of sickness and the total number of days sick. To make the formula work for the number of occurrences it is necessary to enter sick in both Sat and Sun if the sickness spans the weekend. But we do not work the weekend and so I do not want to count those two days. The formula needs to cover the entire year (cells BL5:ZL5). The calculation that I am currently using is =COUNTIF(BL5:ZL5,"Sick")/2 (divided by two as we log a.m. and p.m. and the answer is in days). In the example attached, it would be 1 occurrence of sickness and 3 days sick, not 4 as shown.
For completeness, the formula that I am using for the occurrences is =SUMPRODUCT((BL5:ZL5="Sick")*(BL5:ZL5<>BK5:ZK5))
I want to count the number of cells in column C with one forumla that answers the question, "How many of the cells in column C contain the words, APM, BPPM, CAPM, and NMS while exluding any results that have "OUTLOOK" in Column K?
I am trying to set up a sick leave list which will work out the cumulative total for the last 12 months (from last day of last sick entry). The problem I have, as the is is added to, I need a function/formula to work out 12 months from last date and then add up the no. of sick days from then to the last date. Hope this is clear. The next problem is I need it to work out total days and then without weekends. Below is the chart I have to work out.
Column 1 Start date of sickness column 2 End date Column 3 the number of days sick in period (column 2 less column 1 in days) column 4 the number of days sick in period above excluding week ends (column 2 less column 1, less weekends in days) column 5 total sick days in last 12 months from date in column 2 going back a year including weekends column 6 total sick days in last 12 months from date in column 2 going back a year excluding weekends
What function or formulas can I use to calculate column 3,4,5 & 6. I am a not very experienecd in Excel
Is there a function that will count a column of numbers where that will eliminate counting empty cells based on a certain date that will also capture any numbers that is added after refreshing the table from Access? I have attached a spreadsheet for an example. I need to count on the number in column V that equals 13 for the date of 12/22/09.
I have the below table of data and what I am looking for is a formula that will count the number for unique numbers (col E) depending on a several criteria. So far I have got this formula but it's not working!
excel formulas and currently have a very large excel sheet with over 1400 rows of stats from hockey games. For reference will call it Sheet A. I have the stats broken down by month from each season, and under each month I have 6 rows of "Totals" for that month which I would like to exclude. For example monthly totals for games at home(row 12) monthly stats away(row 13) etc. columns include stats such as Goals scored, goals allowed etc.
I want to pull highest and lowest numbers (excluding the totals rows) from each column in sheet A in to sheet B which would be a franchise records sheet. I'm looking for a formula to make this happen. I have tried the MIN and MAX formulas but am unsure of how to exclude those abve mentioned totals rows of sheets.
I have an excel file with a table in it. It contains 2051 records (attached). This is just a sample, the original file has around 30,000 rows.
When I start using filters, I run into problems:
Step 1: Filter by Unit, condition (e.g.) Unit_23 Excel shows in the status bar the following message: 437 of 2050 records found.
Step 2: If I scroll to the bottom of the table, the row numbers are colored in blue (normal for a filtered list) however the last row is not colored and it actually should not be shown since its unit is not what I filtered for (its unit is Unit_25)
Step 3: Clear the filter of Unit
Step 4: Sometimes (depending on what I filter for), one or more of the bottom rows are hidden!!!
I have a macro that deletes the active row. However if any cell within rows 1-8 are selected then I want the sub to end with an error message i.e. (Cannot delete these rows) The code I have tried is below but doesn't work:
I have a linear count from 1 to 160 (J3:FM3) and I hide columns manually over time depending on a certain criteria. However, I would like to count how many columns I have left. I believe you need to use the subtotal function, but I do not understand how to use it.
I used Sheets(1).Cells(1, 1).Rows.End(xlUp).Count instead of UsedRange.Rows.Count in this code , but it didn't succed with me. Why and how to do that
Dim i As Long, j As Long j = 1 For i = 1 To UsedRange.Rows.Count Sheets(2).Cells(j, "a").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "a").Value Sheets(2).Cells(j, "b").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "b").Value Sheets(2).Cells(j, "c").Value = Sheets(1).Cells(i, "c").Value j = j + 1 Next i End Sub
I am trying to use the SUMIF function to create a formula that will read the visible cells in Column B and if any visible cells in Column B are equal to or greater than zero I want Excel to sum the corresponding values in the visible cells of Column A. Not so hard but I'm having a difficult time getting Excel to ignore data in hidden rows.
See attached file for and further explanation : Sample.xlsx
I've tried using SUMIF as well as the AGGREGATE function but no success, yet.
I have a spread sheet which has a number of protected cells so that they user can tab only on required cells to enter data. At times some of the rows are hidden however pressing "TAB" will continue to tab through on the cells within the Hidden Rows. Is it possible to only TAB through Cells which are visible?