I have a value in E12, and i need a formula that looks at the value and if it is equal to or greater than 5, then the output should be E12 x 500 +1000, but if the value in E12 is greater than 5, then the output needs to add the original 5 x $500 and now include all greater than 5 to be x by $250 + 1000. I got this far, but if the value is greater than 5, i don't get the original 5 * 500 that i also need.

My data has a bunch of near 0 figures followed by values I actually need followed by more irrelevant 0's than once again followed by values I need and again irrelevant 0's. Looks like

0.1 0.12 3.2 3.4 0.1 0.3 4.5 4.2 0.3 0.11

but with many more rows and numbers. I'm graphing the start and end values before/after zero's.

The first block of numbers I figured out using

=MATCH(TRUE,INDEX($C8:$C150>1,0),0)+7 I then index from that given row.

The span of relevant values I'm looking for constantly changes, so once my numbers deviate too much I stop, using another index formula.

Now for finding my beginning and end points for the next block of data I've combined using VBA with excel formulas. I can't quite figure this part out. I've created Variables for ranges and then used them to find max and min Values.

Public Sub RunCurrent() ' ' RunCurrent Macro Dim upEnd As Integer Dim dnStart As Integer Dim dnEnd As Integer

I'm looking for a function which will determine if a target date is greater than or equal to THE JULY FOLLOWING A GIVEN DATE. In the attached spreadsheet the Start Date (B5) would be the GIVEN DATE Target Date is listed in ROW 1. In sentence form the function in cell G2 would be something like, "If G1 >= July following B5, then True.

I have to make a table that shows that a if someone purchases

less than 5 items they receive no discount 5-10 items they receive 2% discount 11-20 items they receive 5% discount 21-50 items they receive 8% discount over 50 items they receive 10%

and it has to be done in a way that the discount rate can be calculated using Vlookup I am struggling to find the best way to write this table. i tried numbering 1 to 50 and writing the corresponding discount rate in the second column but this looks untidy and can't calculate greater than 50 as i am not sure how to write it in the cell so it reads as >50 and not just 50.

I get sheets, sometimes 10 records, sometimes 1,000 records. And there is a time column. It's formatted as: hh:mm:ssam (09:12:36am). Now what I need to do is find a way to highlight any record that has a large gap between itself and the record before it. This gap amount can be variable, but for the explanation lets say, I need to highlight any record that has a gap of 5 minutes greater than the time before it.

I've tried a formula I found elsewhere:

=F3-F2> 1/24/60*5

But it just returns "#VALUE!".

I'm completely stumped, and since about last week, 1 of my daily responsibilites will be analysing anywhere from 10 - 50 sheets a day.

The guy before me would open the sheet and manually find it by literally looking from record to record. This was this 1 guy's full time job. From what I'm reading around there are ways to have excel do this for me with a simple formula and conditional formatting.

I want to find the minimum value of column A if there is anything greater than zero in column B. I tried this formula (simplified): MINIF(B2:B6,">"&0,A2:A6) And it gives me the # NAME? error

I have a Macro of 55 Columns and 2000 Rows I need to change the value in several Cells of the row in which the value of AZ is 200.01 or more. I need the following if ANY Cell in AZ2:AZ2000 is equal or greater than 200.01 then the following Cell in that Row will equal the following:

AG = 20 AW = 11 AX = " " (BLANK) BC = N

I have attached an example of the spread sheet with Macro embeded and how it should look after the above is run. I do not know if or how to I need to tag the macro within the attachement.

I'm struggling to complete this formula. No matter what the entry in M30 is (which is a concatenated formula from another sheet), I only get the highest response, which is 18.

I'm assigning a risk score based on a dollar amount. The formula is: ....

A B C 00:00 07:00 =if(A1>0,B1,"N/A") 07:00 04:00 =if(A2>0,B2,"N/A") 00:00 07:50 =if(A3>0,B3,"N/A") 00:00 06:50 =if(A4>0,B4,"N/A")

This doesnt seem to work though using time formats. Column C just brings through Column B no matter what is in Column A. I've attatched an example below.

Here is my code as it is right now (With the correct range, and yes its a messy range :

[Code] ......

That is my range and thats the range I have to use (The stats are spread out in those rows. How I can get this to disregard 0's? Right now it seems to fail on the third rangevalue (For example in the range above it fails and highlights Y88), but if i remove that value it does the same on the next one instead, always the third.

I have tried =AVERAGEIFS(Range,">0") versions and also ones with /COUNTIF after and others but cant get this to work.

I have a list of dates B2:B248. All the cells have been formatted to date type dd/mm/yyyy.

I'm just trying to count the number that are earlier than a certain date.

I thought a COUNTIF function would work! I've tried DATE, DATEVALUE etc.

I can work with the dates ie B2 (which would have 23/08/2007)-1 comes out as 22/08/2007. However when I try if(B2<B3,"lower","higher") it gives me a false reading - even when B2 is earlier than B3.

How can I check if my list of dates is earlier than a specified date?

I want to do is count in a column numbers greater than 13 but less than 20. I am also trying to write another formula that counts numbers equal to or higher than 1 but less than 12. In other words, I do not want this count to include any cells that contain 0.

I have this table with min and max amounts that requires a fixed amount when when the condition is met. How do I write a formula for this. If result is >$0 but < $100 = $15 and so on. I canlt get it right..........

I have a table populated with equations. I need to write a function to find the smallest value in that table. However, I want to ignore the zero values.

From a dataset containing 8, 5, 0, 7 I want to find 5, not zero.

I have this formula to tell me how many times in a given column the value is greater than zero:

=COUNTIF('Data Entry'!AY3:AY117, ">0")

But I also need to know how many times the value in AY3:AY117 is greater than zero PLUS how many times the value in AZ3:AZ117 is also greater than zero

I've scoured this wonderful website and have got as far as:

It is perfect, except it doesn't have one final step. What I need it to do is be able to do that ONLY if it is greater than or less than by a specified amount. So there needs to be a modification of ... Sheet!J5<> (but by 100 or any other number that I set) $J$4,...