I have a file with approx 3600 rows. In Col B there is a 13 digit EAN-13 code. I would like to find out which numbers are missing. I have to compare each cell from top to bottom in the B-column to the cell below and find out if there are some missing numbers. If the numbers are incremental then goto next cell. But if there's a gap in the numbers then it should insert the missing numbers with an increment of 1. I think the logic statement should look like this:
i = 1 For x = 1 to last row If the gap between B(i) and B(i+1) < 1 then Insert a row and put the missing value in the cell on the new row. Endif i = i+1 Next x
The comparison has to be made from the 5 digits in place 8-12 in the code.
Here's an example (i've dimmed the digits that shouldn't be compared):
As you see there's a missing number between the third and fourth row. Here the value should be 733098592074 + the checksum that is a bit tricky to calculate. Between the fifth and sixth row there are four missing numbers that has to be filled in. The checksum is OK to leave out at this moment. The important thing is to get the 5 digits.
How I can go about finding missing entries. I have an excel sheet that has column A as employee name and column E with a date. There are 10 employees so there should be 10 entries for each date. I need to be able to determine which employee hasnt entered information for a given date.
I get a ledger dump every month with 20,000 lines of all transactions. There are 1,200 ledger codes, ten departments, and thirty activities. Each of the 20,000 lines has columns with the ledger code, a department, an activity, and other data. There are tens of thousands of possible combinations of ledger code, department and activity.
I have most of the ones which are commonly used every month, and I use them to create a =sumif summary which totals all the same concatenations of ledger code&department&activity. However, every now and again a new permutation arrives and I need to find it and then create the new concatenation for the =sumif to use in the summary. Is there any way to do this by running a routine which will locate the new combination and create the concatenation in the =sumif summary?
i had a worksheet in which i had a column Named Cheque No. i want to print the missing cheque no's in a series of cheque no's.The logic here is that there will be different series of cheque nos for different transactions.Just check out my worksheet.
i have two chart A and chart B from ,chart A got nine repeting numbers and Chart B will show what is the number not in chart A or is outside from this number 0.1.2.3.18.104.22.168.8.9. i want auto generate to chart B.
these numbers wont be the same every time, but in theory after i enter 12 rows there should be only 5/6 numbers left max.
i need a script so that when i copy/paste 12 rows, i can be presented with the numbers not in that field. or even if i have a field of 1-80 displayed, then i copy paste my numbers in the fields below and can somehow highlight which numbers between 1-80 aren't in my pasted fields on the 1-80 field.
btw the numbers missing here are 24-68
ps im using excel starter 10 if that makes a difference
I have two list of names, mostly duplicates. List in column B has about 30 more names than the list in Column A and I need to identify which names are in column B that are not in column A. Names are in exact same format since they were pulled from the same data base.
I am trying to write a code enabling some calculations. As part of this code I want to find an integer in an excel range. I set the variable (integer) as Rvalue and wrote the following:
which works fine as long as the find is successful. The issue I have however is when the variable cannot be found. I tried using the "iserror" function in vba but it appears that excel/vba does not recognise this issue as an error; I could use an excel formula (i.e. if(iserror(vlookup...) but I would prefer to find out how to handle the issue in vba.
I have a named dynamic range with the source =OFFSET(Data!$J$2,0,0,COUNTA(Data!$J:$J),1) Thia is set up as the data validation list in a cell with a drop down list It is set so that once the drop down is activated there is the option of selecting a blank from the bottom of the list so that if you activate the cell in error you don't have to delete any entry you are forced to make, you can select the blank and leave the cell blank. This works fine until the list gets quite long at which time there is no option of a blank.I don't know the number in the list where this starts but certainly a list over 100 has this problem. On shorter lists the blank is selectable. The selection is correct as when you check the named list it shows the correct range. I would welcome any views on solving this if it can be resolved.
I have a pivot table based on a sales sheet called "Datasheet". I have created the pivot table using a dynamic name as below =OFFSET(DataSheet!$A$1,0,0,COUNTA(DataSheet!$A:$A),12). My problem is that I have 11100 lines of sales data but the when i refresh my pivot table it only seems to be going down to row 10979. Therefore missing out some of the data. Is there a max number of lines for a dynamic named range or is my formula wrong in any way
I'm trying to create a list of missing numbers in a range, but I can't fiure out how to do it. The problem lies in that the range of numbers is in the middle of a larger number. ie. xxx-xx-0001-xx would be number 1, and xxx-xx-0500-xx would be number 500.
I need to scan multiple sheets containing these numbers, and produce a list of the numbers missing from that range.
Sheet1 has xxx-xx-0001-xx through xxx-xx-0009-xx, and xxx-xx-0018-xx through xxx-xx-0042-xx.
Sheet2 has xxx-xx-0053-xx through xxx-xx-0062-xx, and xxx-xx-0067-xx through xxx-xx-0072-xx.
Sheet3 needs to have a function that produces a list showing xxx-xx-0010-xx through xxx-xx-0017-xx, xxx-xx-0043-xx through xxx-xx-0052-xx, and xxx-xx-0063-xx through xxx-xx-0066-xx.
I need to be able to do this without VBA. The list doesn't necessarily have to have a different number per cell, it could even show them all on 1 cell if it's easier, but it would be more presentable if it was 1 number per cell in a row or column.
The following macro searches for missing combinations. This macro will search the complete list and will return any missing combination from "1, 2, 3, 4" to "7, 8, 9, 10".
I need to make some changes in this macro, so that it will search for missing combinations only within a specified range of cells (and not the whole list). For example (see excel file attached), I would like to place a search within range("G23:J183"), from combination "1, 2, 6, 9" to combination "4, 6, 8, 10". In this case, it should return only 9 missing combinations.
Attached File: Example Find Missing Combinations.xlsm
I get given a csv file on a monthly basis which contains consumption data per day for the specified period. This sounds simple but on occasion (more often than not) the data has missing days. This can cause me problem later on in my analysis.
I can happily total the monthly consumption using the date and month text. What i want to do however is to sort the csv file into daily consumption and highlight the missing days i.e. have a range of the days in the month and allocate the daily data to the correct date. I currently do this manually but know that there must be a better, automated approach... searching for matching dates for example?
In my head i'm thinking the following approach but lack the coding skills to do it.
1. Define the start and end dates. Perhaps count the number of days between the two dates and autofill the start date down the appropriate number of days in column A?
2. Paste the csv file into a different sheet and, starting from the top, cut and paste the csv data to the correct date created in step 1. Do this for each row based on the csv data.
I've recently been making a macro in visual basic that loops through all my excel files and replaces an old company name to a new company name and It's working great, well except for one thing... It always misses one string in the file and it leaves me with 90% of the file corrected. I think that the string might be a part of a merged range so Range.Find is not able to find it. I was suggested to use this code:
Because that's the code that is generated when using the replace function in MS Excel 2010, but I keep getting syntax errors?
I am trying to find some missing values compared to 6 base values. For instance, I have a sheet with some names translated to another language, I am trying to find the languages some names have not been translated too.
For example, if I have six languages, Arabic, Japanese, Russian, Chinese-Simplified, Chinese- Traditional, and Korean to compare too, I want to find any names that are not translated in certain languages.
John Japanese John Chinese - Simplified John Korean Martin Arabic Martin Chinese - Simplified Martin Russian Ramon Arabic Ramon Russian Sam Arabic Sam Chinese- Traditional
This problem has come up fairly frequently lately, and I'm not sure how to fix it, or if this is by design...but in Excel 2003 I can't seem to do a "Find and Replace" based on the value of a cell. I can do a find, based on cell value, but the moment I change to the replace tab, the "values" and "comments" are missing from the "look in" dropdown.
I've only noticed this when I'm trying to replace on a filtered list, so I'm not sure if that is part of the issue.
Perhaps an alternative way of arriving at the same goal. Basically I have a worksheet with a number of filtered columns. They are filtered just right, using custom filtering, and so I do not want to undo the filters. In some columns I have formulas that are returning #VALUE! errors. I'd like to replace all of these cells with NA.
I have two columns of numbers (this week - Column A and last week - Column B). What I need to do is look at the numbers and pull two lists out in Columns C and D. In columns C a list of the numbers that are missing from last week in column D numbers that are missing that were added from the previous week. The two lists consist of about ten thousand rows of data.
i have spent 40 hours, and still didn't find a solution. Please help is need it!! example: i have to find all articles with same code (222). first one has Q =100 second one Q=250. soled Q=150 (i am talking about 5000 rows, 400 different or same articles per month- 12 months)
columnA-----columnB---columnC 222 ----------100---------0 111-----------50 333-----------70 222----------200---------200 333---------- and so on first i have to deduct from the first one it finds (max. till 0 ...it can not be negative) ....after finding another one it deducts the rest---it means 50 Is there any kind of formula with this possibility. if it is poorly writen please let me know for more info. i am not an expert in excell, but i have tried variations of sumif, vlookup functions, but i always get stuck deducting the whole Quantity from all of the same (222) articles .
I need method, using a button, that looks at a cell--say EO2, for example--, looks back on a master worksheet at a specified row and range for a match, then looks at the information from a specified range below the matching cell (The information in this column will either be blank or have an "X" in the cell), and then those rows that do not have an "X" will be hidden in the corresponding rows in the working worksheet. Therefore, if at any time the value in "EO2" ever changes, then it will automatically find a new match and repopulate and hide information as before. About 130 columns will have its own button so that a "query" can be made that depends on the information in a particular cell in that column.
The master worksheet now has matrix of 287 rows and 58 columns. Each row is for an operating procedure and each column shows a job code. An "X" in a coordinate cell for a column/row shows whether that job code is responsible for knowing that operating procedure. So, on the working sheet, an employee's primary job code is given underneath his or her name. When the button is pushed, all the operating procedures not required for a given person will be hidden and only the required ones will remain visible--grouped, if you will. Qualification dates will be easier to see now that the information is consolidated. Whenever someone transfers to a new position, a new code will be inputed on the working sheet. When the button is pushed, a new grouping will result. Any operating instructions that overlap will still have qualification dates, so that information will not need to be transcribed.
I'm trying to make a by month spreadsheet that has all twelve month ranges starting in for a3. in a3 it would have the start date and in a4 it would have the end date. I'm trying to locate all of the dates between those two dates and pull in the profit ammounts from another sheet, the results would be in row 5. I would also like to pull in the loss amounts and have them in row 6. All corresponding with the date range in rows 3 and 4.