I have a list of comma separated values. I would like to change these to tab separated values, and then transpose them so that they are all displayed in one column. Does anyone know if it's possible to do this in Excel 2007?
I routinely have do download massive data sets of reporting that is saved as an excel spreadsheet. The three columns of sample data attached are Report Numbers, Report Evaluation Serial Numbers, and Report Evaluator ID.
As seen in the attached spreadsheet, there can be multiple Report Numbers (in same field separated by comma) which have been evaluated by different Evaluators. It is my responsibility to account for the number of Reports that have been evaluated, and many other metrics from like data. The issue I have is when more than one report number is listed in the same field I need to parse the data into its own field for ease of counting (and also maintain the adjacent data). It is not a problem to merely copy the fields and delete the excess numbers, however when dealing with thousands of Reports, and Evaluators this can be very time consuming. In the attached file I have separated .xls into three workbooks to help explain my problem: Initial state of Data; What I need To Parse Out; and The final endstate I require. I hope that I have explained this issue with enough detail. I am sure that the attached file will explain better.
I have a cell in a table containing user entered Comma separated values. How can I process it so that user entered values can be referred to just like in an array? Is it possible to do something like cell.value?
For example -- cell A1 has values red, blue, green. B1 has a formula that can refer to "red" in A1 by writing something like A1.value
Is it possible to have a function return values to another cell reference than from the cell where it is called? Like a UDF called functionIndividualValues(InputcellReference, OutputCellReference) functionIndividualValues(A1, A2) meaning that the input string for the function is in A1 and the output should go to the cell A2.
Parsing values in a column. COLUMN A contains comma separated numbers, varying from possibly an empty cell, to a list of values between 1 and 12 separated by commas. I need to examine the column and place the number 1 in the column corresponding to the number. There will be no duplicates in COLUMN A. Is there an 'easy' way to do this. The table is part of a much larger spreadsheet.
COLUMN A Team 1 Team 2 Team 3 Team 4 Team 5 Team 6 Team 7 Team 8
I need to count the number of values entered into a single cell seperated by commas for record keepin purposes. I would prefer not to use a macro since I am not an expert, but will if i must. Here is an example of what i am talking about:
User A will enter "109,108,107,106" into a cell in Column A
At the bottom of column A the Total will read 4.
Now User B enters "110,111,112,113" into the next cell in Column A
How to have a validation list (drop-down) from a single-cell in which values are separated by a comma.
Example I have.
I have a wine list which have many categories of which
COL A / COL B / COL C Wine Name / Wine Producer / Vintage
I wrote a VBA code to look-up duplicates names and give the producers that make them. The names of the producers will be in an invis cell as Comma Separated Values.
For example: Wine 11 is made by producer X and Wine 11 is made by producer Y. I will have X,Y in a cell which need to be in a drop-down menu when Wine 11 is selected.
I got everything done. The only issue is to get the list. The problem is that the drop-down list shows X,Y as a single component and not as 2 drop-down components. If i were to write down X,Y in the validation list tab, it will show it as 2 components but referring to the cell doesn't.
I am trying to execute a script I copied from this site to transpose a column of values into unique rows. There was a very similar thread to my question, but the code does not work for my situation as I am a newbie to VBA. The referenced thread was Need to transpose multiple comma separated values
I would like to comma delimit column "D" into unique rows per value while maintaining the relationship with the data in the other columns. Here is the example of my data:
GA-AG-00010-A-2013 Apache Hunting Club
Tiger Branch Hunt Club
Big "O" Hunting Club
59, 64, 65, 75, 79, 84
I want to make each value in Column D a unique row and still be associated with Column A-C. When I run this code I get a Runtime script error 9.
Sub SplitKeywords() Dim MyArr, v As Long, i As Long, LR As Long Application.ScreenUpdating = False LR = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
How to correct this? My actual data spans from column A-Q and can place the "split values" in column Q.
I have one column of data. there are currently ~10k rows, but this will increase over time. each row has either a single value (example: pepsi) or a comma separated value (google,samsung) with up to 6 commas. instead of the rows looking like this:
pepsi google,samsung coca-cola
I want them to look like this in one column (preferably via a formula):
pepsi google samsung coca-cola
I would like the above output to be a unique, alphabetized list.
I have four columns of data. Column A is for the Model, B is for options, C is for color, and D is for Trim. What I need to do is for each model I need to have the options in column B to be listed down the page without commas. Each 3 code option needs to have it's own cell. In the below example there are 8 models with their options, color, and trim. I cannot have the options mixed up with the other models. Hope this makes more sense.
I have a relatively large data set that is separated into columns A-G. In column G, I have a multitude of values that are separated by commas. What I would like to do is to separate these entries into rows while keeping those values in A-F constant.
Here is an example of what I would like to do through VBA:
Also, kudos. This website has now gotten me interested in VBA.
For example the cell contains 1,M2,M7,M1,M8:2,M15,M9,M4,M5:3,M3,M6,M14,M11,M12:4,M10,M13 and I need to create M1, M2 , M3 ..etc columns and attach the coresponding number to each one of them. For instance M2,M7,M1,M8will get 1 and so forth and so on. I was acutally thinking using the Notepad to replace the , with a TAB space and paste them back in to my data set and create some IF statements. On the other hand running VBA scrip would make it even easier. However I would preffer to use a function (that I am not 100% familiar with) and leave the VBA scrip out of the question for the moment.
I receive a large spread sheet weekly, one or the column contains comma separated values (CSV), I need to separate those values 1 per cell. Maximum CSV is 5; I would need to get the output to 5 cells next to them, Example,
I have a column A1 that consists of a range of values separated by a comma.
row 1:value 1, value 2, value 3, value 4 row2: value1, value 4 Row 3: value 2, value3
I want to get the unique counts for each value in the filtered list. This one field is not filtered but the others in the table are so I only want the counts of value 1-4 when the entire list is filtered.
I have been able to accomplish this with individual values using the following formula: