Pull Until . Found: Pull The Number From The Right Until It Hits The Decimal Sign
Jan 7, 2010
I have a column of numbers each have a 0. infront of them (example 0.2346
0.5698). I want to pull the number from the right until it hits the decimal sign. So for the two above the result would be 2346 and 5698
I have a worksheet with a column that contains about 30k email addresses in the following format:
I would like to make a macro to do the following: I would like to pull the company name out (the text after the @ symbol) and put it into the next column, but it needs to remain with the email. I would like to do this with all of the emails on the sheet.
I am trying to Loop Through a Folder Of Excel Workbooks and get required Info from one of the workbooks, back to my Master File.
I thought of "VLOOKUP" but I am not shore if it will work over Approx. 60 workbooks? if there is an other or better approach, I am open to all Ideas.
So far I have code to Open my Master and declare the criteria for the VLOOKUP with the help from:
Re: Run A Macro On All Files In A Directory -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- See also this page on how to loop through a folder Loop Through Folder Of Excel Workbooks _________________
I am now able to open all Files in the sub directory, now I need to know how to approach my problem of looking for and getting the Info back to my Master File with approx. 5000 entrys to look for?
I'm trying to solve a strange problem in a piece of code.
I have a variable that is define as Double called STD. When i try to insert that variable in a formula the decimal sign (for me a comma "," because I'm Portuguese) gets converted to ";" (which is for me the separation sign for the expressions in excel formulas. ex: AND(A1>0;B1>0)=TRUE). The code is:
I have a spreadsheet that has item names and then at the end the manufacturer number. I'd want to find way cut that manufacturer number off the end and move it to its own column.
I pasted some examples below of what it looks like. It is just coincidence that the items below all that the same length...they are all of varying lengths. The one thing they all have in common is that it the last thing in the cell and seperated by a space. I would think there would be a way to find the last space in the cell and cut everything to the right of that. I can do it in a macro if necessary, but where to start.
AVENGERS FIGURE ASST 3 75 A1816 AVENGERS HULK HANDS A1827 AVENGERS SLAMMERS A1822 BATMAN BATMOBILE Y1258 BATMAN DK KNIGHT FIGURE ASST Y7572 BATMAN FIG N VEHICLE ASST Y1252
I have two formula i use to pull out the number from text in a cell (J2), the problem i am having is that it will only pull out numbers up to 99,999 and i now have numbers over a million in some case that i need to report on.
I have two way I have been doing this see below, how can i change them so they will pull the number over a million?
I am sure it easy but i have tried all sort and i can not get it to work...
I have WorkbookA that pull numbers from WorkbookB. In Cell D2 of WorkbookA is the name of WorkbookB. The data to be pulled from WorkbookB is in Cells H364 through S364, H being data for January and S being data for December. In January, the data from Cell H364 is pulled into WorkbookA. In February, the data from Cell I364 is pulled into WorkbookA, and so on.
The formula can be written such that, based on WorkbookA indicating in Cell B14 the current month, each month pulls the correct month's data from these cells in WorkbookB.
I'm trying to pull a specific 10 digit number from a text string. The ID # is always 10 digits however sometimes there are dates in the data that need to be excluded as well as other numbers such as "I-9". The 10 digit number will always start with 1 or 8. Is there a macro or Formula to extract this data? Please find the example dataset below.
Edit: I should specify I want the "100118416" number from the first cell example or the "800011320" number from the 10th example.
In a1 i have 100.888 and a2 122.222 and a3 122.555UK,(and so on) in column b i want just want the number and not the uk, i have tried =left(a1,7) which works until a3 then it give me characters 122.555 and not the number/value 122.55. I need it as a value to use the vlookup, how do i do it?
I am trying to search through column "I" for numbers that are decimals, when the first decimal is found, use the row number that the first decimal appears in the string that populates the bookmarks stored in a word template I have created. The code I have so far checks for the decimal and then populates the bookmarks, however it requires me to input the ranges manually, meaning I can set them as the first row in my tabel. But if the decimal appears in the second row and not the first I'm bookmarking the wrong data. Here is the code I have so far;
I have 2 worksheets (Sheet1 and Sheet2). Sheet 1 contains around 3000 records with multiple fields (columns). Column A contains the ID number. Sheet 2 contains some records with different fields except for the ID number which is common.
I need a macro to retrieve information from sheet1 and copy it to sheet 2 based on the ID Number; i.e the macro needs to get the ID number from sheet2, locate it in sheet1 and copy the data from column D in sheet1 for that particular record and paste it in sheet2.
I am having an issue with formatting a cell to 'general'. I have a macro that runs using a formula (i.e. =MID(A12, 18,5)) to extract certain characters from an external data source. I then use only the values of that formula. There then is another macro that compares that value to another value in another worksheet. The issue I am having is when the macro runs, the code is read as ActiveCell.Offset(0, 3).Value...but instead of returning the value in 'general' format, it returns it with what appears to be text (i.e. "75.50" instead of 75.5). This acts as a mismatch since the quotes appear.
I have attempted several things to correct, but even if I try to format-->general it maintains the quotes. The only way it changes is if I click within the cell...then it turns to general (i.e."75.00" becomes 75.5). I am not sure what is the issue.
I am trying to do season stats for my roller derby league. I have a great spreadsheet going but the one thing I want to do, I can't seem to do. I am attaching a "test" file. very simple and small but shows what I need to do.
I have different sections and I am trying to pull the highest number out of that section. For this example, it is under the green Jams Skated: Jams at Jammer. The number on the right is the highest number of jams skated while the number on the left should be the name of the skater who has this number. Okay, no problems there. My problem occurs when I try to move these same formulas to another sheet. in this case, sheet 2. It pulls all kinds of strange things.
I need to pull a reference number and assign it to all records in a particular section. The code I recorded keeps going back to the first section. Also would like it to repeat until all records have the reference number attached.
I have a vba macro that takes data from one workbook and pastes it into another workbook. In doing this I have declared a few variables of type single (I only need two decimal precision). However, when I copy the values from the cells on the source workbook and paste them into the target workbook, the numbers end up having 12 decimal places. Ultimately, this extra precision causes my totals to be off by .01 or more after a while. I have tried rounding the number as I pull it off the source workbook into the variable, but that didn't matter. How do I solve this problem? Code for pulling data from source workbook:...
I have spread sheet with 2 tabs (MASTER LIST & CYCLE COUNTS), on each tab I have 2 columns(LOCATION1 & DATE1 and LOCATION2 & DATE2) I need to verify if I any cell from LOCATION1 is repetead on LOCATION2 and copy the informacion from DATE2 to DATE1. then if I update the CYCLE COUNTS sheet I want the MASTER LIST update by it self.
This is the formula that Im using but Im having problems with the range..... =if('Master list'!$A2$:$A$15000='Cycle counts'!$A2:$A$15000, 'Cycle counts'$B&2:&B&15000,0)
formula that will pull out the number preceding the * 60 in the text below? In this particular case I would be looking to get 5 as the result. That number could be any number but in the example below it happens to be a 5.
Channel Tune Duration in Seconds} (ID) >= (5 * 60))