#### Count Cells with alphanumeric data

```Hi,

I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have alphanumeric data.

example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.

I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
```
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Utf
3/2/2010 5:09:02 PM
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```If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character, then a
formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to whatever range
you need:
=COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")

"Aris" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have alphanumeric data.
>
> example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
>
> I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
```
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Utf
3/2/2010 7:51:01 PM
```That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string, is there a
way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?

"JLatham" wrote:

> If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character, then a
> formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to whatever range
> you need:
> =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
>
>
> "Aris" wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have alphanumeric data.
> >
> > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
> >
> > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
```
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Utf
3/2/2010 8:41:02 PM
```Someone sharper than me may come up with a one-formula solution, but about
the best I can do is recommend using a helper column.

In the helper column (assume you have 1st entry, like asd, in A1) on row 1,
put this formula:
=COUNT(1*MID(A1,ROW(\$1:\$9),1))
and 'commit' (end) the formula by pressing the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[Enter] key to
make it an array formula.  Fill it down as far as required.  make the \$9 =
the longest possible string in your list that it may find.  This formula will
return the number of numeric characters found in each string.  Now you can
use this formula to get a count of entries in A that numbers in them (this
assumes that your helper column with the array formula from above is in
column X)
=COUNTIF(X:X,">0")

Hope that helps.

"pmartglass" wrote:

> That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string, is there a
> way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
>
> "JLatham" wrote:
>
> > If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character, then a
> > formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to whatever range
> > you need:
> > =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
> >
> >
> > "Aris" wrote:
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have alphanumeric data.
> > >
> > > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
> > >
> > > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
```
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Utf
3/2/2010 9:05:01 PM
```Thanks - every way I could think of required a helper column as well
thanks for the input

"JLatham" wrote:

> Someone sharper than me may come up with a one-formula solution, but about
> the best I can do is recommend using a helper column.
>
> In the helper column (assume you have 1st entry, like asd, in A1) on row 1,
> put this formula:
> =COUNT(1*MID(A1,ROW(\$1:\$9),1))
> and 'commit' (end) the formula by pressing the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[Enter] key to
> make it an array formula.  Fill it down as far as required.  make the \$9 =
> the longest possible string in your list that it may find.  This formula will
> return the number of numeric characters found in each string.  Now you can
> use this formula to get a count of entries in A that numbers in them (this
> assumes that your helper column with the array formula from above is in
> column X)
> =COUNTIF(X:X,">0")
>
> Hope that helps.
>
> "pmartglass" wrote:
>
> > That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string, is there a
> > way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
> >
> > "JLatham" wrote:
> >
> > > If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character, then a
> > > formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to whatever range
> > > you need:
> > > =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
> > >
> > >
> > > "Aris" wrote:
> > >
> > > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have alphanumeric data.
> > > >
> > > > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
> > > >
> > > > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
```
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Utf
3/2/2010 9:43:02 PM
```>is there a way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?

I searched through my extensive formula library and I was surprised to learn
that I had nothing for this.

So, I whipped up this formula but it seems overly complex for the task at
hand.

Create these defined names:

Nums
Refers to:
={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}

Array
Refers to:
={1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1}

Then:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))

Possible drawback: Depending on what version of Excel you're using the MMULT
function is limited in range size. Versions prior to Excel 2007 are limited
to no more than 5461 rows of data. No limit in Excel 2007.

I'm reluctant to use helper columns/cells unless there is no other way but
in this case I might even opt for the helpers.Well, maybe not!

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP

"pmartglass" <pmartglass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AFD66A17-0DF4-4DDA-A9E0-6E9340E4780C@microsoft.com...
> Thanks - every way I could think of required a helper column as well
> thanks for the input
>
> "JLatham" wrote:
>
>> Someone sharper than me may come up with a one-formula solution, but
>> the best I can do is recommend using a helper column.
>>
>> In the helper column (assume you have 1st entry, like asd, in A1) on row
>> 1,
>> put this formula:
>> =COUNT(1*MID(A1,ROW(\$1:\$9),1))
>> and 'commit' (end) the formula by pressing the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[Enter] key
>> to
>> make it an array formula.  Fill it down as far as required.  make the \$9
>> =
>> the longest possible string in your list that it may find.  This formula
>> will
>> return the number of numeric characters found in each string.  Now you
>> can
>> use this formula to get a count of entries in A that numbers in them
>> (this
>> assumes that your helper column with the array formula from above is in
>> column X)
>> =COUNTIF(X:X,">0")
>>
>> Hope that helps.
>>
>> "pmartglass" wrote:
>>
>> > That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string, is
>> > there a
>> > way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
>> >
>> > "JLatham" wrote:
>> >
>> > > If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character,
>> > > then a
>> > > formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to
>> > > whatever range
>> > > you need:
>> > > =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > "Aris" wrote:
>> > >
>> > > > Hi,
>> > > >
>> > > > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have
>> > > > alphanumeric data.
>> > > >
>> > > > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
>> > > >
>> > > > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.

```
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T
3/2/2010 11:01:23 PM
```Hmmm...

Well, that formula ASSUMES the data to be tested is *alphanumeric*. If there
might be numbers in the cells:

ASD
BX0
10
100
1DF

Then add a COUNT function to the end:

=SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))+COUNT(A1:A10)

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP

"T. Valko" <biffinpitt@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:%236sGHxluKHA.812@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> >is there a way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
>
> I searched through my extensive formula library and I was surprised to
> learn that I had nothing for this.
>
> So, I whipped up this formula but it seems overly complex for the task at
> hand.
>
> Create these defined names:
>
> Nums
> Refers to:
> ={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}
>
> Array
> Refers to:
> ={1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1}
>
> Then:
>
> =SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))
>
> Possible drawback: Depending on what version of Excel you're using the
> MMULT function is limited in range size. Versions prior to Excel 2007 are
> limited to no more than 5461 rows of data. No limit in Excel 2007.
>
> I'm reluctant to use helper columns/cells unless there is no other way but
> in this case I might even opt for the helpers.Well, maybe not!
>
> --
> Biff
> Microsoft Excel MVP
>
>
> "pmartglass" <pmartglass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:AFD66A17-0DF4-4DDA-A9E0-6E9340E4780C@microsoft.com...
>> Thanks - every way I could think of required a helper column as well
>> thanks for the input
>>
>> "JLatham" wrote:
>>
>>> Someone sharper than me may come up with a one-formula solution, but
>>> the best I can do is recommend using a helper column.
>>>
>>> In the helper column (assume you have 1st entry, like asd, in A1) on row
>>> 1,
>>> put this formula:
>>> =COUNT(1*MID(A1,ROW(\$1:\$9),1))
>>> and 'commit' (end) the formula by pressing the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[Enter]
>>> key to
>>> make it an array formula.  Fill it down as far as required.  make the \$9
>>> =
>>> the longest possible string in your list that it may find.  This formula
>>> will
>>> return the number of numeric characters found in each string.  Now you
>>> can
>>> use this formula to get a count of entries in A that numbers in them
>>> (this
>>> assumes that your helper column with the array formula from above is in
>>> column X)
>>> =COUNTIF(X:X,">0")
>>>
>>> Hope that helps.
>>>
>>> "pmartglass" wrote:
>>>
>>> > That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string, is
>>> > there a
>>> > way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
>>> >
>>> > "JLatham" wrote:
>>> >
>>> > > If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character,
>>> > > then a
>>> > > formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to
>>> > > whatever range
>>> > > you need:
>>> > > =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
>>> > >
>>> > >
>>> > > "Aris" wrote:
>>> > >
>>> > > > Hi,
>>> > > >
>>> > > > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have
>>> > > > alphanumeric data.
>>> > > >
>>> > > > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
>>> > > >
>>> > > > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
>
>

```
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T
3/2/2010 11:34:28 PM
```Thanks a whole bunch. All these helped alot.

"T. Valko" wrote:

> Hmmm...
>
> Well, that formula ASSUMES the data to be tested is *alphanumeric*. If there
> might be numbers in the cells:
>
> ASD
> BX0
> 10
> 100
> 1DF
>
> Then add a COUNT function to the end:
>
> =SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))+COUNT(A1:A10)
>
> --
> Biff
> Microsoft Excel MVP
>
>
> "T. Valko" <biffinpitt@comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:%236sGHxluKHA.812@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
> > >is there a way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
> >
> > I searched through my extensive formula library and I was surprised to
> > learn that I had nothing for this.
> >
> > So, I whipped up this formula but it seems overly complex for the task at
> > hand.
> >
> > Create these defined names:
> >
> > Nums
> > Refers to:
> > ={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}
> >
> > Array
> > Refers to:
> > ={1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1}
> >
> > Then:
> >
> > =SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))
> >
> > Possible drawback: Depending on what version of Excel you're using the
> > MMULT function is limited in range size. Versions prior to Excel 2007 are
> > limited to no more than 5461 rows of data. No limit in Excel 2007.
> >
> > I'm reluctant to use helper columns/cells unless there is no other way but
> > in this case I might even opt for the helpers.Well, maybe not!
> >
> > --
> > Biff
> > Microsoft Excel MVP
> >
> >
> > "pmartglass" <pmartglass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:AFD66A17-0DF4-4DDA-A9E0-6E9340E4780C@microsoft.com...
> >> Thanks - every way I could think of required a helper column as well
> >> thanks for the input
> >>
> >> "JLatham" wrote:
> >>
> >>> Someone sharper than me may come up with a one-formula solution, but
> >>> the best I can do is recommend using a helper column.
> >>>
> >>> In the helper column (assume you have 1st entry, like asd, in A1) on row
> >>> 1,
> >>> put this formula:
> >>> =COUNT(1*MID(A1,ROW(\$1:\$9),1))
> >>> and 'commit' (end) the formula by pressing the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[Enter]
> >>> key to
> >>> make it an array formula.  Fill it down as far as required.  make the \$9
> >>> =
> >>> the longest possible string in your list that it may find.  This formula
> >>> will
> >>> return the number of numeric characters found in each string.  Now you
> >>> can
> >>> use this formula to get a count of entries in A that numbers in them
> >>> (this
> >>> assumes that your helper column with the array formula from above is in
> >>> column X)
> >>> =COUNTIF(X:X,">0")
> >>>
> >>> Hope that helps.
> >>>
> >>> "pmartglass" wrote:
> >>>
> >>> > That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string, is
> >>> > there a
> >>> > way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
> >>> >
> >>> > "JLatham" wrote:
> >>> >
> >>> > > If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st character,
> >>> > > then a
> >>> > > formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to
> >>> > > whatever range
> >>> > > you need:
> >>> > > =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
> >>> > >
> >>> > >
> >>> > > "Aris" wrote:
> >>> > >
> >>> > > > Hi,
> >>> > > >
> >>> > > > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have
> >>> > > > alphanumeric data.
> >>> > > >
> >>> > > > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
> >>> > > >
> >>> > > > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
> >
> >
>
>
> .
>
```
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Utf
3/3/2010 1:14:01 PM
```You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback!

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP

"Aris" <Aris@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:1AABB67A-CFE8-4422-9404-2CB761A81EBC@microsoft.com...
> Thanks a whole bunch. All these helped alot.
>
> "T. Valko" wrote:
>
>> Hmmm...
>>
>> Well, that formula ASSUMES the data to be tested is *alphanumeric*. If
>> there
>> might be numbers in the cells:
>>
>> ASD
>> BX0
>> 10
>> 100
>> 1DF
>>
>> Then add a COUNT function to the end:
>>
>> =SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))+COUNT(A1:A10)
>>
>> --
>> Biff
>> Microsoft Excel MVP
>>
>>
>> "T. Valko" <biffinpitt@comcast.net> wrote in message
>> news:%236sGHxluKHA.812@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl...
>> > >is there a way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
>> >
>> > I searched through my extensive formula library and I was surprised to
>> > learn that I had nothing for this.
>> >
>> > So, I whipped up this formula but it seems overly complex for the task
>> > at
>> > hand.
>> >
>> > Create these defined names:
>> >
>> > Nums
>> > Refers to:
>> > ={0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}
>> >
>> > Array
>> > Refers to:
>> > ={1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1;1}
>> >
>> > Then:
>> >
>> > =SUMPRODUCT(--(MMULT(COUNTIF(OFFSET(A1:A10,ROW(A1:A10)-1,,1),"*"&Nums&"*"),Array)>0))
>> >
>> > Possible drawback: Depending on what version of Excel you're using the
>> > MMULT function is limited in range size. Versions prior to Excel 2007
>> > are
>> > limited to no more than 5461 rows of data. No limit in Excel 2007.
>> >
>> > I'm reluctant to use helper columns/cells unless there is no other way
>> > but
>> > in this case I might even opt for the helpers.Well, maybe not!
>> >
>> > --
>> > Biff
>> > Microsoft Excel MVP
>> >
>> >
>> > "pmartglass" <pmartglass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > news:AFD66A17-0DF4-4DDA-A9E0-6E9340E4780C@microsoft.com...
>> >> Thanks - every way I could think of required a helper column as well
>> >> thanks for the input
>> >>
>> >> "JLatham" wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> Someone sharper than me may come up with a one-formula solution, but
>> >>> the best I can do is recommend using a helper column.
>> >>>
>> >>> In the helper column (assume you have 1st entry, like asd, in A1) on
>> >>> row
>> >>> 1,
>> >>> put this formula:
>> >>> =COUNT(1*MID(A1,ROW(\$1:\$9),1))
>> >>> and 'commit' (end) the formula by pressing the [Shift]+[Ctrl]+[Enter]
>> >>> key to
>> >>> make it an array formula.  Fill it down as far as required.  make the
>> >>> \$9
>> >>> =
>> >>> the longest possible string in your list that it may find.  This
>> >>> formula
>> >>> will
>> >>> return the number of numeric characters found in each string.  Now
>> >>> you
>> >>> can
>> >>> use this formula to get a count of entries in A that numbers in them
>> >>> (this
>> >>> assumes that your helper column with the array formula from above is
>> >>> in
>> >>> column X)
>> >>> =COUNTIF(X:X,">0")
>> >>>
>> >>> Hope that helps.
>> >>>
>> >>> "pmartglass" wrote:
>> >>>
>> >>> > That works great if the number is at the beginning of the string,
>> >>> > is
>> >>> > there a
>> >>> > way to do it if the number is anyplace in the string ?
>> >>> >
>> >>> > "JLatham" wrote:
>> >>> >
>> >>> > > If all of the ones with number have a number as the 1st
>> >>> > > character,
>> >>> > > then a
>> >>> > > formula like this should work, just change the A1:A8 range to
>> >>> > > whatever range
>> >>> > > you need:
>> >>> > > =COUNTIF(A1:A8,"<A")
>> >>> > >
>> >>> > >
>> >>> > > "Aris" wrote:
>> >>> > >
>> >>> > > > Hi,
>> >>> > > >
>> >>> > > > I'm just trying to count the cells in a range that have
>> >>> > > > alphanumeric data.
>> >>> > > >
>> >>> > > > example: asd, we, rty, 22r, 45aa, 1s, wer, tyu.
>> >>> > > >
>> >>> > > > I need to count all cells in that range that have numbers.
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>> .
>>

```
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T
3/3/2010 5:36:58 PM

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I was wondering is there a way to compare data from 2 columns in a side by side comparison. I have a large list of numbers and what I want to do is copy another list of numbers into the spreadsheet. But I want the numbers in cell A1 and B1 to be equal if they are is not a match then leave cell b1 empty. I want that to continue all the way through the entire worksheet. Maurice, Do you want to end up with 2 separate columns, or are you wanting to merge the 2 lists into 1 list, without duplications? Dave I want 2 side by side columns. With the numbers that are equal right next to each othe...

Cycle Counting
Hello, I am looking for ideas on how to cycle count serial number tracked items without increasing workload. Our serialized items are barcoded but the problem is the are situated on the pallet incorrectly and the pallet is placed on a third level of a racking system. If we could just cycle count based on item count and not include the serial number it would make it easy. Is this possible in Great Plains. We are running Great Plains 8.0. Any suggestions are greatly aprreciated. Thank You, Brian Morris Database Administrator ...

Can I limit a cell to 2 characters?
Is there a way in Excel to limit the number of characters in a cell? Thanks Frank By checking the length of the cell =LEN(A1)=2 in your custom validation. Look for Data Validation on Debra Dalgleish's site. --- HTH, David McRitchie, Microsoft MVP - Excel [site changed Nov. 2001] My Excel Pages: http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/excel.htm Search Page: http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/search.htm "Frankc" <Frankc@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:842747F1-1792-4BB5-B3CE-707C7CC5F88F@microsoft.com... > Is there a way in Excel to lim...

Problem importing data to Money 2006
I'm importing data from Money 2000 into 2006 and the dates and quantities of investment transactions are not transferred. I exported multiple accounts within a file with File/Export and changed the file names to reflect the account names (with .qif after them) to a removable flash drive. Followed import instructions (File/Import), set up multiple accounts and moved them as a group. The transfer appeared to be successful except date and quantities were not present. Any ideas? -- leahn In microsoft.public.money, leahn wrote: >I'm importing data from Money 2000 into 2...

To keep in just one cell all values related to a monthly rate
I have to update in a monthly basis a currency rate. I know that there is a function, formula (or something like that) to link a month descripton to a number. e.g. September09 1,325 October09 2,235 November09 1,258 I would like to select correspondent month and the cell be updated with the value. Data Validation dropdown list for choosing the month combined with a lookup table and VLOOKUP function. For help on creating data validation dropdown lists see Debra Dalgleish's site. http://www.contextures.on.ca/xlDataVal01.html For help on VLOOKUP to populat...

Looking for Macro to load data from Access table
I need to code a button to delete data in a spreadsheet then reload the data from an Access table. I'm a new excel user so I down know where to start. Thanks Maybe this will help http://www.rondebruin.nl/accessexcel.htm -- Regards Ron de Bruin http://www.rondebruin.nl "Randy K" <wawork@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:43ff7bea.3595531@msnews.microsoft.com... >I need to code a button to delete data in a spreadsheet then reload > the data from an Access table. I'm a new excel user so I down know > where to start. > > Thanks ...

How do I count the # of times a value reoccurs and plot it over ti
I wish to plot a number of errors made by each users and compare it over time. I have a column of user ID's and a column of dates. I want the chart to count the number of times each user ID appears and plot against it's corresponding date. However, each time I try to do this, the chart appears wrong. Any ideas? In article <9595B2A1-8282-4AB3-8511-A6776E108164@microsoft.com>, Stephen@discussions.microsoft.com says... > I wish to plot a number of errors made by each users and compare it over > time. I have a column of user ID's and a column of dates. I want t...

format cells #4
hi. how can i set by default the cell formatting to 'general' or 'number' or even 'text'? i mean i dont want excel to correct let's say: 1.5 to 01.may or 9/12 to 09.dec. is this possible? thanks. (i have some programs which export data to excel and instead of numbers in excel appear dates and i can't set the cell format before the data is exported) -- notrace2004 ------------------------------------------------------------------------ notrace2004's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=34817 View this thread: http://www....

change highlight color on active cells
How do I change the active highlight color of an active cell. Louis Only though VBA. Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Excel.Range) Static OldCell As Range If Not OldCell Is Nothing Then OldCell.Interior.ColorIndex = xlColorIndexNone End If Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 6 'yellow Set OldCell = Target End Sub This is sheet event code. Right-click on the sheet tab and "View Code". Copy and paste into that module. Chip Pearson has a great add-in named Rowliner.xla that will make the highlighting available for all sheets and workbooks. The code above w...

Count
Hi, I would like to know how which formula I should use to count some codes & to ignore the duplicated codes, for example in column A: Code 1234 4321 4321 1234 1234 3214 Now, I want Excel to count & the result is 3 which are: 1234-4321-3214 Yes I can use PivotTable, but I would like to use a formula because I have to deal with this every day. I appreciate your support. -- MFS22 COUNTIF will do it. =COUNTIF(Rng,Rng), where the criterion is the same as the range: e.g =COUNTIF(A3:A8,A3:A8) HTH Peter "MFS" wrote: > Hi, > I wo...

Formatting cells in Excel with Ascending/Descending order
I am trying to insert a drop down asceding/descending arrow in the cell of the excel document. When you click on the arrow which is a small box on the right side of the cell, it will organize all figures/data in that column and you can choose between ascending/descending, or how you want to organize it. Thank you -- Andrew ...

Line count
I am working with a program called Dictaphone. We use Word 2007 in this program. The line count on Dictaphone and the line count in Word 2007 are different even though the Dictaphone text is retrieved from Word 2007. Why would they be different? What is the difference between virutal line count and physical line count? ...

Data Consolidate Limitation
Hi, Consolidate function is useful for budgetary consolidation purpose However, if there are > 12 worksheets to be consolidated, then consolidate function is unable to call back and consolidate say 45 worksheets as it has reached the max limit of consolidation ( ie 12 sheets ) In this case, is there any options/alternatives available either on excel function or excel vba to solve this problem ? Thanks & Regards Len Can you just run cosolidate on 12 sheets at a time. I have written very simple macros (about 30 lines) that can consolidate unlimited number of sheets...

count number of characters in rich edit control
How can i count number of characters in rich edit control 2 If u mean controls of type Rich TextBox control, try RichControl1 RC1; CString Mes=RC.GetText(); int n=Mes.GetLength(); "Rahul" <Rahul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:7743023C-EA83-4ACA-AB67-F1AE7279F1EB@microsoft.com... > How can i count number of characters in rich edit control 2 EM_GETTEXTLENGTHEX, WM_GETTEXTLENGTH, WM_GETTEXT, EM_STREAM* "Rahul" <Rahul@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:7743023C-EA83-4ACA-AB67-F1AE7279F1EB@microsoft.com... > How can i co...