#### Formula needed for Sum(A1:C1) then Sum(D1:F1) in next cell

```I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I would
like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill the
cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the next value
A    B     C         D    E     F
1   Jan Feb March April May June
2   10   12     12     13   14    15

Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the next
cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.

I appreciate anyone's help!
``` 0 9/12/2008 5:15:01 PM excel.newusers  15348 articles. 2 followers. 7 Replies 763 Views Similar Articles

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```One way:

Assume the first formula is entered in A4:

=SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))

However, if this is for just a single year which only has 4 quarters, what's
wrong with using 4 simple sum formulas:

=SUM(A1:C1)
=SUM(D1:F1)
=SUM(G1:I1)
=SUM(J1:L1)

Using those 4 formulas is better than using the formula I suggested.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP

"Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
>I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I
>would
> like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill
> the
> cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the next
> value
>      A    B     C         D    E     F
> 1   Jan Feb March April May June
> 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
>
> Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
> sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
> currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the
> next
> cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.
>
> I appreciate anyone's help!

``` 0 9/12/2008 5:46:03 PM
```Put first formula =SUM(A2:C2) in whatever cell you wanted, lets assume A5.
Put next formula =SUM(D2:F2) in cell 3 cells to the right, eg D5.  Now
select A5:F5.  Now grab the fill handle and fill right as far as necessary
(lets assume IV5).
When done simply select A5:IV5, do Edit / Go To / Special / Blank cells,
then do edit / delete / shift cells to left.

Job done

Regards
Ken.........................

"Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
>I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I
>would
> like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill
> the
> cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the next
> value
>      A    B     C         D    E     F
> 1   Jan Feb March April May June
> 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
>
> Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
> sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
> currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the
> next
> cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.
>
> I appreciate anyone's help!

``` 0 9/12/2008 8:00:25 PM
```Hi T. Valko,

The formula worked so thank you! :)

I now understand this sum offset function with the exception of this column
statement:
(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3
Can you explain how this works?
Specific questions about how this works:
What is the purpose for the column array getting wider as I autofill the
cells to the right with this formula? (Next cell has \$A4:B4 then the next
cell has \$A4:C4, etc...)
What is the purpose of "-1" in this expression
What is the purpose of "*3" in this expression
I know that overall this is expression identifies the 3 columns where the
values are to be summed,  but I don't understand the logic.

In order for me to correctly write and use this formula in the future, I
need to be able to understand this column expression.

PS I used one year as an example but I have a lot more years per request and
then I have often have to do a CY quarterly version and a FY quarterly
version of the monthly tables, so I thought there had to be an easier way
worth learning. :)

"T. Valko" wrote:

> One way:
>
> Assume the first formula is entered in A4:
>
> =SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))
>
> However, if this is for just a single year which only has 4 quarters, what's
> wrong with using 4 simple sum formulas:
>
> =SUM(A1:C1)
> =SUM(D1:F1)
> =SUM(G1:I1)
> =SUM(J1:L1)
>
> Using those 4 formulas is better than using the formula I suggested.
>
>
> --
> Biff
> Microsoft Excel MVP
>
>
> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
> >I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I
> >would
> > like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill
> > the
> > cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the next
> > value
> >      A    B     C         D    E     F
> > 1   Jan Feb March April May June
> > 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
> >
> > Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
> > sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
> > currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the
> > next
> > cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.
> >
> > I appreciate anyone's help!
>
>
>
``` 0 9/13/2008 10:46:00 AM
```Hi Ken,

This suggestion also worked. The use of the "edit command" for deleting
blank cells is something I have needed for many other situations so thank you.

Steve

"Ken Wright" wrote:

> Put first formula =SUM(A2:C2) in whatever cell you wanted, lets assume A5.
> Put next formula =SUM(D2:F2) in cell 3 cells to the right, eg D5.  Now
> select A5:F5.  Now grab the fill handle and fill right as far as necessary
> (lets assume IV5).
> When done simply select A5:IV5, do Edit / Go To / Special / Blank cells,
> then do edit / delete / shift cells to left.
>
> Job done
>
> Regards
>                   Ken.........................
>
>
>
> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
> >I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I
> >would
> > like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill
> > the
> > cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the next
> > value
> >      A    B     C         D    E     F
> > 1   Jan Feb March April May June
> > 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
> >
> > Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
> > sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
> > currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the
> > next
> > cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.
> >
> > I appreciate anyone's help!
>
>
>
``` 0 9/13/2008 10:58:01 AM
```Here's how this works...

=SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))

You want to sum groups of 3 cells starting from cell A1.

We use the OFFSET function to pass the range of these 3 cells to the SUM
function.

These are the arguments that OFFSET takes:

OFFSET(reference,rows,cols,height,width)

\$A1 is the reference or "anchor" cell. That's where we're starting from.

Since the data we're interested in is all on the same row we don't need to
offset A1 by any rows so that argument is empty and defaults to 0. That
means offset A1 by 0 rows.

We're interested in cells in groups of 3 so we need to offset A1 by 3
columns with each cell that we copy the formula to. That's what the cols
argument (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3 is doing.

The groups of cells we're interested in are A1:C1, D1:F1, G1:I1, J1:L1, etc.

So, we use (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3 to increment the column offset by 3 for
each cell that the formula is copied to.

With the formula entered in the first cell of A4, COLUMNS(\$A4:A4) evaluates
to 1. The columns function simply counts the number of columns referenced in
its argument. As we copy the formula across the range reference will
incremnt like this:

COLUMNS(\$A4:A4) = 1
COLUMNS(\$A4:B4) = 2
COLUMNS(\$A4:C4) = 3
COLUMNS(\$A4:D4) = 4

We use the multiplier of 3 to increment the offset by groups of 3.

So COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)*3 = 3 which means offset A1 by 3 columns and that would
put us at cell D1. However, we want to start at cell A1 not cell D1 so we
use -1 to adjust for this. Like this:

(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1) = 0 * 3 = 0
(COLUMNS(\$A4:B4)-1) = 1 * 3 = 3
(COLUMNS(\$A4:C4)-1) = 2 * 3 = 6
(COLUMNS(\$A4:D4)-1) = 3 * 3 = 9

So, this means offset A1 by 0 columns, 3 columns, 6 columns, 9 columns, etc.

Now, we need to tell OFFSET how high and wide the range we're interested in
is. Since the data is on the same row we leave the height argument empty and
this defaults to 1. We want to sum every 3 cells so the width argument is 3.

So, in plain English:

A4 = offset A1 by 0 columns and sum A1:C1
B4 = offset A1 by 3 columns and sum D1:F1
C4 = offset A1 by 6 columns and sum G1:I1
D4 = offset A1 by 9 columns and sum J1:L1

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP

"Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:074B8F26-84A9-44D1-80FF-09FEE7BD87E1@microsoft.com...
> Hi T. Valko,
>
> The formula worked so thank you! :)
>
> I now understand this sum offset function with the exception of this
> column
> statement:
> (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3
> Can you explain how this works?
> Specific questions about how this works:
> What is the purpose for the column array getting wider as I autofill the
> cells to the right with this formula? (Next cell has \$A4:B4 then the next
> cell has \$A4:C4, etc...)
> What is the purpose of "-1" in this expression
> What is the purpose of "*3" in this expression
> I know that overall this is expression identifies the 3 columns where the
> values are to be summed,  but I don't understand the logic.
>
> In order for me to correctly write and use this formula in the future, I
> need to be able to understand this column expression.
>
> PS I used one year as an example but I have a lot more years per request
> and
> then I have often have to do a CY quarterly version and a FY quarterly
> version of the monthly tables, so I thought there had to be an easier way
> worth learning. :)
>
> "T. Valko" wrote:
>
>> One way:
>>
>> Assume the first formula is entered in A4:
>>
>> =SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))
>>
>> However, if this is for just a single year which only has 4 quarters,
>> what's
>> wrong with using 4 simple sum formulas:
>>
>> =SUM(A1:C1)
>> =SUM(D1:F1)
>> =SUM(G1:I1)
>> =SUM(J1:L1)
>>
>> Using those 4 formulas is better than using the formula I suggested.
>>
>>
>> --
>> Biff
>> Microsoft Excel MVP
>>
>>
>> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
>> >I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I
>> >would
>> > like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill
>> > the
>> > cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the
>> > next
>> > value
>> >      A    B     C         D    E     F
>> > 1   Jan Feb March April May June
>> > 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
>> >
>> > Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
>> > sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
>> > currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the
>> > next
>> > cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.
>> >
>> > I appreciate anyone's help!
>>
>>
>>

``` 0 9/13/2008 5:03:24 PM
```This was an absolutely perfect explanation of how it works. Thank you for
going "above and beyond" to explain the solution in a clear and concise
manner.

Steve

"T. Valko" wrote:

> Here's how this works...
>
> =SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))
>
> You want to sum groups of 3 cells starting from cell A1.
>
> We use the OFFSET function to pass the range of these 3 cells to the SUM
> function.
>
> These are the arguments that OFFSET takes:
>
> OFFSET(reference,rows,cols,height,width)
>
> \$A1 is the reference or "anchor" cell. That's where we're starting from.
>
> Since the data we're interested in is all on the same row we don't need to
> offset A1 by any rows so that argument is empty and defaults to 0. That
> means offset A1 by 0 rows.
>
> We're interested in cells in groups of 3 so we need to offset A1 by 3
> columns with each cell that we copy the formula to. That's what the cols
> argument (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3 is doing.
>
> The groups of cells we're interested in are A1:C1, D1:F1, G1:I1, J1:L1, etc.
>
> So, we use (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3 to increment the column offset by 3 for
> each cell that the formula is copied to.
>
> With the formula entered in the first cell of A4, COLUMNS(\$A4:A4) evaluates
> to 1. The columns function simply counts the number of columns referenced in
> its argument. As we copy the formula across the range reference will
> incremnt like this:
>
> COLUMNS(\$A4:A4) = 1
> COLUMNS(\$A4:B4) = 2
> COLUMNS(\$A4:C4) = 3
> COLUMNS(\$A4:D4) = 4
>
> We use the multiplier of 3 to increment the offset by groups of 3.
>
> So COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)*3 = 3 which means offset A1 by 3 columns and that would
> put us at cell D1. However, we want to start at cell A1 not cell D1 so we
> use -1 to adjust for this. Like this:
>
> (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1) = 0 * 3 = 0
> (COLUMNS(\$A4:B4)-1) = 1 * 3 = 3
> (COLUMNS(\$A4:C4)-1) = 2 * 3 = 6
> (COLUMNS(\$A4:D4)-1) = 3 * 3 = 9
>
> So, this means offset A1 by 0 columns, 3 columns, 6 columns, 9 columns, etc.
>
> Now, we need to tell OFFSET how high and wide the range we're interested in
> is. Since the data is on the same row we leave the height argument empty and
> this defaults to 1. We want to sum every 3 cells so the width argument is 3.
>
> So, in plain English:
>
> A4 = offset A1 by 0 columns and sum A1:C1
> B4 = offset A1 by 3 columns and sum D1:F1
> C4 = offset A1 by 6 columns and sum G1:I1
> D4 = offset A1 by 9 columns and sum J1:L1
>
>
> --
> Biff
> Microsoft Excel MVP
>
>
> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:074B8F26-84A9-44D1-80FF-09FEE7BD87E1@microsoft.com...
> > Hi T. Valko,
> >
> > The formula worked so thank you! :)
> >
> > I now understand this sum offset function with the exception of this
> > column
> > statement:
> > (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3
> > Can you explain how this works?
> > Specific questions about how this works:
> > What is the purpose for the column array getting wider as I autofill the
> > cells to the right with this formula? (Next cell has \$A4:B4 then the next
> > cell has \$A4:C4, etc...)
> > What is the purpose of "-1" in this expression
> > What is the purpose of "*3" in this expression
> > I know that overall this is expression identifies the 3 columns where the
> > values are to be summed,  but I don't understand the logic.
> >
> > In order for me to correctly write and use this formula in the future, I
> > need to be able to understand this column expression.
> >
> > PS I used one year as an example but I have a lot more years per request
> > and
> > then I have often have to do a CY quarterly version and a FY quarterly
> > version of the monthly tables, so I thought there had to be an easier way
> > worth learning. :)
> >
> > "T. Valko" wrote:
> >
> >> One way:
> >>
> >> Assume the first formula is entered in A4:
> >>
> >> =SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))
> >>
> >> However, if this is for just a single year which only has 4 quarters,
> >> what's
> >> wrong with using 4 simple sum formulas:
> >>
> >> =SUM(A1:C1)
> >> =SUM(D1:F1)
> >> =SUM(G1:I1)
> >> =SUM(J1:L1)
> >>
> >> Using those 4 formulas is better than using the formula I suggested.
> >>
> >>
> >> --
> >> Biff
> >> Microsoft Excel MVP
> >>
> >>
> >> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >> news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
> >> >I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table. I
> >> >would
> >> > like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then autofill
> >> > the
> >> > cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the
> >> > next
> >> > value
> >> >      A    B     C         D    E     F
> >> > 1   Jan Feb March April May June
> >> > 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
> >> >
> >> > Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
> >> > sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
> >> > currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but the
> >> > next
> >> > cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3 months.
> >> >
> >> > I appreciate anyone's help!
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>
``` 0 9/15/2008 3:14:10 PM
```You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback!

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP

"Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:F819D175-234B-4C86-9D99-3949556B63CD@microsoft.com...
> This was an absolutely perfect explanation of how it works. Thank you for
> going "above and beyond" to explain the solution in a clear and concise
> manner.
>
> Steve
>
>
> "T. Valko" wrote:
>
>> Here's how this works...
>>
>> =SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))
>>
>> You want to sum groups of 3 cells starting from cell A1.
>>
>> We use the OFFSET function to pass the range of these 3 cells to the SUM
>> function.
>>
>> These are the arguments that OFFSET takes:
>>
>> OFFSET(reference,rows,cols,height,width)
>>
>> \$A1 is the reference or "anchor" cell. That's where we're starting from.
>>
>> Since the data we're interested in is all on the same row we don't need
>> to
>> offset A1 by any rows so that argument is empty and defaults to 0. That
>> means offset A1 by 0 rows.
>>
>> We're interested in cells in groups of 3 so we need to offset A1 by 3
>> columns with each cell that we copy the formula to. That's what the cols
>> argument (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3 is doing.
>>
>> The groups of cells we're interested in are A1:C1, D1:F1, G1:I1, J1:L1,
>> etc.
>>
>> So, we use (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3 to increment the column offset by 3 for
>> each cell that the formula is copied to.
>>
>> With the formula entered in the first cell of A4, COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)
>> evaluates
>> to 1. The columns function simply counts the number of columns referenced
>> in
>> its argument. As we copy the formula across the range reference will
>> incremnt like this:
>>
>> COLUMNS(\$A4:A4) = 1
>> COLUMNS(\$A4:B4) = 2
>> COLUMNS(\$A4:C4) = 3
>> COLUMNS(\$A4:D4) = 4
>>
>> We use the multiplier of 3 to increment the offset by groups of 3.
>>
>> So COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)*3 = 3 which means offset A1 by 3 columns and that
>> would
>> put us at cell D1. However, we want to start at cell A1 not cell D1 so we
>> use -1 to adjust for this. Like this:
>>
>> (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1) = 0 * 3 = 0
>> (COLUMNS(\$A4:B4)-1) = 1 * 3 = 3
>> (COLUMNS(\$A4:C4)-1) = 2 * 3 = 6
>> (COLUMNS(\$A4:D4)-1) = 3 * 3 = 9
>>
>> So, this means offset A1 by 0 columns, 3 columns, 6 columns, 9 columns,
>> etc.
>>
>> Now, we need to tell OFFSET how high and wide the range we're interested
>> in
>> is. Since the data is on the same row we leave the height argument empty
>> and
>> this defaults to 1. We want to sum every 3 cells so the width argument is
>> 3.
>>
>> So, in plain English:
>>
>> A4 = offset A1 by 0 columns and sum A1:C1
>> B4 = offset A1 by 3 columns and sum D1:F1
>> C4 = offset A1 by 6 columns and sum G1:I1
>> D4 = offset A1 by 9 columns and sum J1:L1
>>
>>
>> --
>> Biff
>> Microsoft Excel MVP
>>
>>
>> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> news:074B8F26-84A9-44D1-80FF-09FEE7BD87E1@microsoft.com...
>> > Hi T. Valko,
>> >
>> > The formula worked so thank you! :)
>> >
>> > I now understand this sum offset function with the exception of this
>> > column
>> > statement:
>> > (COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3
>> > Can you explain how this works?
>> > Specific questions about how this works:
>> > What is the purpose for the column array getting wider as I autofill
>> > the
>> > cells to the right with this formula? (Next cell has \$A4:B4 then the
>> > next
>> > cell has \$A4:C4, etc...)
>> > What is the purpose of "-1" in this expression
>> > What is the purpose of "*3" in this expression
>> > I know that overall this is expression identifies the 3 columns where
>> > the
>> > values are to be summed,  but I don't understand the logic.
>> >
>> > In order for me to correctly write and use this formula in the future,
>> > I
>> > need to be able to understand this column expression.
>> >
>> > PS I used one year as an example but I have a lot more years per
>> > request
>> > and
>> > then I have often have to do a CY quarterly version and a FY quarterly
>> > version of the monthly tables, so I thought there had to be an easier
>> > way
>> > worth learning. :)
>> >
>> > "T. Valko" wrote:
>> >
>> >> One way:
>> >>
>> >> Assume the first formula is entered in A4:
>> >>
>> >> =SUM(OFFSET(\$A1,,(COLUMNS(\$A4:A4)-1)*3,,3))
>> >>
>> >> However, if this is for just a single year which only has 4 quarters,
>> >> what's
>> >> wrong with using 4 simple sum formulas:
>> >>
>> >> =SUM(A1:C1)
>> >> =SUM(D1:F1)
>> >> =SUM(G1:I1)
>> >> =SUM(J1:L1)
>> >>
>> >> Using those 4 formulas is better than using the formula I suggested.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> --
>> >> Biff
>> >> Microsoft Excel MVP
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> "Steve" <Steve@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >> news:076FECB7-03F8-48A1-B653-87BEE10822AC@microsoft.com...
>> >> >I am converting a monthly revenue table to a quarterly revenue table.
>> >> >I
>> >> >would
>> >> > like to add A1:C1 and put it the result in a new cell and then
>> >> > autofill
>> >> > the
>> >> > cell to the right of it so that it automatically adds D1:F1 for the
>> >> > next
>> >> > value
>> >> >      A    B     C         D    E     F
>> >> > 1   Jan Feb March April May June
>> >> > 2   10   12     12     13   14    15
>> >> >
>> >> > Qtr1                      Qtr 2                 Qtr 3
>> >> > sum A2:C2            Sum D2:F2         Etc... using autofill
>> >> > currently using autofill the first qtr is correct "=Sum(A2:C2) but
>> >> > the
>> >> > next
>> >> > cell gets filled with "=sum(B2:D2) instead of adding the next 3
>> >> > months.
>> >> >
>> >> > I appreciate anyone's help!
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>>
>>
>>

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Hi, Due to corporate restructuring, we are setting up a new domain. In the process, we are upgrading our servers, etc. as well. Our task is to move user data i.e. saved mails, calendar items, etc. FROM a server running Exchange 2000 Standard in Domain A TO a server running Exchange 2003 Standard in Domain B. What is the best way to do this? -- Thanks, Sam Hi, Use exchange migration wizard or exmerge: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328871/en-us Leif "Sam" <Sam@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:8A543306-4A7E-45FF-A997-48F27CF5CC39@microsoft.com... &g...

Can anyone please help with this formula. If Sheet1 Column A = nothing(blank) And Column B = \\\\\\CC\\\\\\ Then Sheet 2 B7 = SumTotal. As a regular formula would be nice or VB code Hi Richard you want nothing at all in the whole of column A in sheet 1? do you want every cell in column B of sheet 1 to have \\\\\\CC\\\\\\ or should this (can this) only appear in one cell? and what range are you summing on sheet 2 in cell B7? Cheers JulieD "Richard" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:82ce01c477e1\$77f0e740\$a301280a@phx.gbl... > Can anyone please ...

Need help using a VBAscript in excel
I need help :-( In this article there is a script to upload a file via FTP in VBA. http://www.naterice.com/articles/51 What I want to do is run this script with a pushbutton or when the file get's closed. I'm new to VBA, and the part where they tell me to supply the information is confusing. As I see it, I have to "open" the FTPupload and parse the information about the server when I call for the script? But how do I do this? I have tried in Excel to past the code in the VBA-editor, but how can I get a button to open this function with the information it needs? I'm ...

PivotTable Question - Repost
Hello. I'm using Excel 2000. I've created some pivot tables for reporting purposes. I intend to use them to replace old fashioned charts and tables that are manually keyed summary data. I need to keep the transition to the new spreadsheet as unobtrustive as possible for my less technical users, so that they have the same charts that they're used to. The problem with that is, I need to create seven charts. I want to use the same pivot table (which pulls data from Access) for each chart, but I want each chart to have different categories, page fields, series, etc. ...

help with a formula #5
I have 98 sets of magazines each set has 12 in the set what formula can I use to get a total of issues in all sets have you tried 98*12 -- Don Guillett SalesAid Software dguillett1@austin.rr.com "Just Me" <no@isp.com> wrote in message news:eZ66ZEGHGHA.1192@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl... >I have 98 sets of magazines each set has 12 in the set > > what formula can I use to get a total of issues in all sets > =98*12 or =A1*A2 if the numbers are in A1 and A2 -- HTH Bob Phillips (remove nothere from email address if mailing direct) "Just Me" <n...

Appending or Up-dating a formula
I am using an =Ave function in a formula to average quite a few cell values together. I add new information all the time; sometimes 5 or 6 new cells at a time. How can I append or up-date my formula to include these new cells with out have to type the new cells into the formula? When I make the cell that has the formula in it active/edit, all of the cells that are referenced in the formula have a highlight around them. Is there a key or key combination I can press while clicking on the cells I want to add to the formula? Thanks, john Hi see your post in Excel.misc -- Regards Frank ...

Changing a range of an array in a SUMPRODUCT formula gives a #N/A error
I have a working SUMPRODUCT formula {=SUMPRODUCT((\$C\$4:\$C\$4341=z8)*(audittypefm1="Standard"))} that I need to change the 1st array to C5623. When I do I get a #N/A error. I've tried giving the range a name (empnofm2), and I've verified all the data in the C4:C5623 range is formated the same (general, it is all employee numbers from 2 to 5 digits long. I'm using a "trim all" macro which is working great. I am unable to determine what is causing the #N/A and how to fix it. Basically I copied an entire worksheet within the same workbook and changed the name, wh...

Invoice Customers On Account
When invoice customers on account a "Sales Receipt" is generated and sent to my epson receipt printer, however most of my corporate clients "account departments" do not accept a "Sales Receipt". My question is: 1) How do I printer a receipt to say "Invoice" not "Sales Receipt"? 2) How do I send this "Invoice" to my laser printer and not my Epson Receipt Printer? ~Johnny @ Mr. Inkjet Inc. You can download 'Invoice' receipt files here https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/support/downloads/reportslibrary/rms/ModifiedRe...

Formula #29
Hi, What formula should I use if I want it to look at a specific cell and then work out the total number between two numbers. e.g. if cell H6 had 7-4 entered the number 9 would be returned. Thanks in advance I'm not sure how you got 9, but your life would be much easier if you used two separate cells and then subtracted the smaller from the larger (and then added one???). Boenerge wrote: > > Hi, > What formula should I use if I want it to look at a specific cell and then > work out the total number between two numbers. > e.g. if cell H6 had 7-4 entered the number 9 woul...

Trying to make part of an output in another cell italicized.
Hello all, I have Excel from Office XP and am using it on Windows XP Home Edition I'm working on a program where users enter text in various cells. Fo example: A B 1 Name: ------ 2 Date: ------ Then the text that they enter is displayed in another cell all togethe using the following formula: =\$B\$4&", "&\$B\$5&". "&"("&\$B\$6&"). "&\$B\$7&". "&\$B\$8&" "&\$B\$9&"("&\$B\$10&"), "&\$B\$11&"-"&\$B\$12&"." I'...

Can offset be used in this formula?
Can the offset be used in the below formula for the information in column "K"? In column L have the the following formula's L46 =MAX(\$I46*1000-\$K\$46*\$J46,0) L47 =MAX(\$I47*1000-\$K\$46*\$J47,0) .... L99 =MAX(\$I99*1000-\$K\$46*\$J99,0) What I'd like to do is to copy the fomula into columns M, N, O, ... M47 =MAX(\$I47*1000-\$K\$47*\$J47,0) M48 =MAX(\$I48*1000-\$K\$47*\$J48,0) M49 =MAX(\$I49*1000-\$K\$47*\$J49,0) .... N48 =MAX(\$I48*1000-\$K\$48*\$J48,0) N49 =MAX(\$I49*1000-\$K\$48*\$J49,0) .... O50 =MAX(\$I50*1000-\$K\$50*\$J50,0) O51 =MAX(\$I51*1000-\$K\$50*\$J51,0) .... How abou...

Partial Matching HELP NEEDED...SOS!!
I am struggling with this and wondering if you could help.. Worksheet 1 Column A & B Keyword Category telecom Telecom tele com #N/A Worksheet 2 Column A & B term category telecom Telecom telcom Telecom tele com Telecom What I want to do is pull the category name from worksheet 2 on to worksheet 1. =VLOOKUP("*"&A2&"*",Sheet1!B:B,1,0) Is not working...any ideas? "MikeMikeMike" <michael.lovelady@gmail.com> wrote in message news:8379f02e-a8e2-48ed-b8ee-1b768ffbddc3@k15g2000prk.googlegroups.com... >I am struggling with this and wondering...

how can i make paragraphs in side one cell in Excell?
Hi press ALT & ENTER when you want a new line Cheers JulieD "ashraf" <ashraf@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:E508A2C8-CC79-4107-93EE-5D607A53E8BA@microsoft.com... > or, format cell / alignment / wrap text ...

Between times
I did this once but fogot how. I have an order table with an order entry time. I have several months worth of data. I built another table that has time intervals. Example Interval Stime ETime 8-9am 8:00:00am 8:59:59am I cannot remember how to set up a query with both tables so I can do a count on the orders entered between time intervals, i.e. 200 between 8 and 9am. Can someone help? Sean Try this (not tested after editing table and field names) --- SELECT [Time interval].[Interval], Count([order table].[order entry time]) AS CountOfTime FROM [or...

error message with sum
(New user) In my spreadsheet, I have four columns, each with a 0 or a 1 in each cell. The last cell in each column is "total" with formula =SUM(A3:A68), with appropriate column letters for each particula one. The columns get totalled correctly, but each of the "total" cells has a green triangle. The error message is: "the formula in this cell refers to a range that has additional numbers adjacent to it." I'm not sure what this means. I can't seem to get anything from the help screens. If by "adjacent" Excel means the columns next to each other,...

I have a report that must be turned in the night before for tomorrow's date. Is ithere a date formula that will return tomorrow's date to a cell in Excel? One way: =TODAY() + 1 In article <668782AC-774A-475F-9821-8A4C3B14A983@microsoft.com>, "Shadyhosta" <Shadyhosta@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > I have a report that must be turned in the night before for tomorrow's date. > Is ithere a date formula that will return tomorrow's date to a cell in Excel? I assume that you want the date to remain static after entry. Easiest way, use 2...

Weekday formula
Can anyone help with the weekday formula. What I want to do is enter the date in say A1 11/20/2003 and have B return the answer of Thursday. Currently I use the weekday formula bu only returns the number of the day. Thanks in advance B ----------------------------------------------- ~~ Message posted from http://www.ExcelTip.com ~~View and post usenet messages directly from http://www.ExcelForum.com There are several ways to do this. One is to enter =A1 and format the cell with a custom number format of dddd. Another way is to use the function =TEXT(A1,"dddd"). -- Cordiall...

Formula to return a formula
At least I think that's what I'm looking for. here's my situation: I've got a sheet where there is a variable (X) that changes depending on what row it is on. So I have a column (column c) that lists these variables (X is dependant on things from a different sheet). X is a muliplier that is utilized differently depending on the value of N. N is a Picklist selection and can change periodically. Or even be duplicated on more than one row. I have a vlookup that checks the value of N (column a) and needs to return a formula that has X applied if needed on the approp...

When using the above. When the source cell is empty the target cell has data, how can I get rid, so the target cell is blank until source cell has data You can check first: =if(b99="","",b99) or =if(sheet1!a1="","",sheet1!a1) neilbrown1965 wrote: > > When using the above. When the source cell is empty the target cell has data, > how can I get rid, so the target cell is blank until source cell has data -- Dave Peterson ...

Count formula within a named range.
Hi, How do I change the following formula =SUMIF(\$F\$39:\$F\$79,"PW Shopfitters",\$D\$39:\$D\$79)/COUNTIF(\$F\$39:\$F\$79,"PW Shopfitters") to count within a named range (PW Shopfitters). Any help would be great. Cheers, Phil Hi A range name cannot have spaces, maybe that's your problem. Name your range PW_Shopfitters. Then replace your cell references with PW_Shopfitters, eg =Sumif(PW_Shopfitters,"PW Shopfitters",............ -- j.kasselman@atlantic.net.remove_2nd_at. Randburg, Gauteng, South Africa "PW11111" wrote: > > Hi, > &g...

How to use a text formula as code formula
Hello. I have this formula loaded from a text field on a form: val([field10])+val([field20]) and I would like to use this as a code formula. I mean, if I use that in VBA code it works, but If I load from a text field it doesn't work. I need that my form use that formula stored in a text field to calculate values. Regards in advance, Marco responded to in another newsgroup. It's rarely necessary to post the same question to more than one group. If it is necessary, select all the relevant newsgroups in the "To:" or "Newsgroups:" field. That way, folks who...

Including a formula in a path name.
Dear MS, How about a new function for this one. I'm sure MANY users have the same problem as me. The research below seems quite comprehensive and has effectively come up against a brick wall. Thanks Peter Harlan Grove posted this UDF: http://www.google.com/groups?selm=hkQVb.2432%24_4.259%40www.newsranger.com Peter wrote: > > Very Helpful Papou - thank you! > Do you know of an additional / alternative method where you achieve the same tihing but are not required to have all the relevant work sheets open? > Many thanks > Peter > > "papou" wrote: > ...

FORMULA #14
What formula in access can do =COUNTIF(CAF!D:D,A3) Basicly I have 2 tables I want the 2nd table to count how many times a number is listed in the 1st table. I am trying to do this with a query and the count expression but keep getting errors. Dont bother with this one guys just figured it out AMDGUY [MCP] wrote: > What formula in access can do > =COUNTIF(CAF!D:D,A3) > > Basicly I have 2 tables > > I want the 2nd table to count how many times a number is listed in the > 1st table. I am trying to do this with a query and the count expression > but keep getting e...

What does the \$ symbol mean in a formula?
What does the \$ symbol mean in a formula? example: =G8*(\$A\$14*2)*100 thanx The \$ is used for absolut referencing. For e.g lets take your formula =G8*(\$A\$14*2)*100 suppose you enter this formula in cell B2, now simply copy this formula one cell to the right (C2) by and one cell down (B3). C2: =H8*(\$A\$14*2)*100 B3: =G9*(\$A\$14*2)*100 So you see that The original G8 has changed, whereas \$A\$1 remains the same in both the new formulae because of the dollar signs. Mangesh "S" <S@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:D86597A4-C0A1-46AF-9DA6-FE06AB9C1FA0@mi...

I need help with multiple Fidelity accounts and Money 2006
Here is my situation: I have the following accounts at Fidelity: Under my login ID: Financial Institution is named "Fidelity Investments" for these accounts My Rollover IRA My Roth IRA Joint brokerage account Under my wife's login ID: Financial Institution is named "Fidelity Investments # 2" for these accounts Wife's Rollover IRA Wife's Roth IRA Joint brokerage account The Joint Brokerage account is the same, and shows up at the Fidelity web site when either of us logs into Fidelity. This setup is giving m...