Here's the problem. I have VBA inputting this formula in the same column (col H) of cells: ..Formula = "=if(trim(rc4)=""MS"",""MNGTS"",if(trim(rc4)=""MN"",""MAINS"",""""))" For a single user on Excel 2007 it appears in the cell as: =if(Trim(RC4)="MS","MNGTS",if(trim(RC4)="MN","MAINS","")) When I change the .Formula to .FormulaR1C1 then the (RC4) becomes ($D2) on row 2, which is correct. The issue is other users of the same template with Excel 2007 don't have this problem. I also put in (rc[-4]), which also works, but I need to specifically reference Col D so the column that has the formula may change. Our office is slowly migrating to 2007 and since I do all the VBA programming I'm still on 2003... Is there some setting that needs changing in '07? -- MacGuy

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Is it possible that the one user has their default settings for formulas set to R1C1 notation? Have them check under EXCEL OPTIONS -> Formulas -> R1C1 reference style is checked under Working with formulas. In R1C1 reference style, if the formula is in row 2, RC4 converts to $D2. What exactly do you want? -- HTH, Barb Reinhardt "MacGuy" wrote: > Here's the problem. I have VBA inputting this formula in the same column > (col H) of cells: > > .Formula = > "=if(trim(rc4)=""MS"",""MNGTS"",if(trim(rc4)=""MN"",""MAINS"",""""))" > > For a single user on Excel 2007 it appears in the cell as: > > =if(Trim(RC4)="MS","MNGTS",if(trim(RC4)="MN","MAINS","")) > > When I change the .Formula to .FormulaR1C1 then the (RC4) becomes ($D2) on > row 2, which is correct. > > The issue is other users of the same template with Excel 2007 don't have > this problem. > > I also put in (rc[-4]), which also works, but I need to specifically > reference Col D so the column that has the formula may change. > > Our office is slowly migrating to 2007 and since I do all the VBA > programming I'm still on 2003... Is there some setting that needs changing > in '07? > -- > MacGuy

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Also, might that cell be formatted as TEXT on the one users machine? -- HTH, Barb Reinhardt "MacGuy" wrote: > Here's the problem. I have VBA inputting this formula in the same column > (col H) of cells: > > .Formula = > "=if(trim(rc4)=""MS"",""MNGTS"",if(trim(rc4)=""MN"",""MAINS"",""""))" > > For a single user on Excel 2007 it appears in the cell as: > > =if(Trim(RC4)="MS","MNGTS",if(trim(RC4)="MN","MAINS","")) > > When I change the .Formula to .FormulaR1C1 then the (RC4) becomes ($D2) on > row 2, which is correct. > > The issue is other users of the same template with Excel 2007 don't have > this problem. > > I also put in (rc[-4]), which also works, but I need to specifically > reference Col D so the column that has the formula may change. > > Our office is slowly migrating to 2007 and since I do all the VBA > programming I'm still on 2003... Is there some setting that needs changing > in '07? > -- > MacGuy

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It doesn't matter what the user is showing. It matters how you're creating the formula. If you're using R1C1 reference style (and you are), then you should use ..formular1c1 If you're using A1 reference style, then you should use .formula Sometimes, excel will guess what you meant and fix the formula. Sometimes, it won't. I don't know the rules it uses to determine how bad the formula is, so I never let excel guess. I'll just use the correct property (.formula or ..formular1c1). MacGuy wrote: > > Here's the problem. I have VBA inputting this formula in the same column > (col H) of cells: > > .Formula = > "=if(trim(rc4)=""MS"",""MNGTS"",if(trim(rc4)=""MN"",""MAINS"",""""))" > > For a single user on Excel 2007 it appears in the cell as: > > =if(Trim(RC4)="MS","MNGTS",if(trim(RC4)="MN","MAINS","")) > > When I change the .Formula to .FormulaR1C1 then the (RC4) becomes ($D2) on > row 2, which is correct. > > The issue is other users of the same template with Excel 2007 don't have > this problem. > > I also put in (rc[-4]), which also works, but I need to specifically > reference Col D so the column that has the formula may change. > > Our office is slowly migrating to 2007 and since I do all the VBA > programming I'm still on 2003... Is there some setting that needs changing > in '07? > -- > MacGuy -- Dave Peterson

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Barb, thanks for the responses. I perform a text-to columns general format prior to inputting the formula. I also checked the R1C1 reference style which is not selected. I did turn it on to see the result but I'm getting the same result, just in the R1C1 style. -- MacGuy "Barb Reinhardt" wrote: > Also, might that cell be formatted as TEXT on the one users machine? > -- > HTH, > > Barb Reinhardt > > > > "MacGuy" wrote: > > > Here's the problem. I have VBA inputting this formula in the same column > > (col H) of cells: > > > > .Formula = > > "=if(trim(rc4)=""MS"",""MNGTS"",if(trim(rc4)=""MN"",""MAINS"",""""))" > > > > For a single user on Excel 2007 it appears in the cell as: > > > > =if(Trim(RC4)="MS","MNGTS",if(trim(RC4)="MN","MAINS","")) > > > > When I change the .Formula to .FormulaR1C1 then the (RC4) becomes ($D2) on > > row 2, which is correct. > > > > The issue is other users of the same template with Excel 2007 don't have > > this problem. > > > > I also put in (rc[-4]), which also works, but I need to specifically > > reference Col D so the column that has the formula may change. > > > > Our office is slowly migrating to 2007 and since I do all the VBA > > programming I'm still on 2003... Is there some setting that needs changing > > in '07? > > -- > > MacGuy

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Dave, Thanks for the reply. I don't like excel guessing for me either and if I had known this I wouldn't have used .formula. What's gets me is I have 50+ users who don't have the same problem. Got some work to do. Thanks again. -- MacGuy "Dave Peterson" wrote: > It doesn't matter what the user is showing. It matters how you're creating the > formula. > > If you're using R1C1 reference style (and you are), then you should use > ..formular1c1 > > If you're using A1 reference style, then you should use .formula > > Sometimes, excel will guess what you meant and fix the formula. Sometimes, it > won't. I don't know the rules it uses to determine how bad the formula is, so I > never let excel guess. I'll just use the correct property (.formula or > ..formular1c1). > > > > MacGuy wrote: > > > > Here's the problem. I have VBA inputting this formula in the same column > > (col H) of cells: > > > > .Formula = > > "=if(trim(rc4)=""MS"",""MNGTS"",if(trim(rc4)=""MN"",""MAINS"",""""))" > > > > For a single user on Excel 2007 it appears in the cell as: > > > > =if(Trim(RC4)="MS","MNGTS",if(trim(RC4)="MN","MAINS","")) > > > > When I change the .Formula to .FormulaR1C1 then the (RC4) becomes ($D2) on > > row 2, which is correct. > > > > The issue is other users of the same template with Excel 2007 don't have > > this problem. > > > > I also put in (rc[-4]), which also works, but I need to specifically > > reference Col D so the column that has the formula may change. > > > > Our office is slowly migrating to 2007 and since I do all the VBA > > programming I'm still on 2003... Is there some setting that needs changing > > in '07? > > -- > > MacGuy > > -- > > Dave Peterson > . >

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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 ...

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 ...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

After installing Office 2003 on my new Windows 7 computer I also installed Office 2007. There is now no sign of Office 2003 on the computer although all of document files are there. I believe I can run both if I set up a seperate user for each, but is there a good way to run both with the same user? -- Larry "Larry H" <LarryH@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:66EF1DC1-E484-48BA-BB20-3D99C59535E1@microsoft.com... > After installing Office 2003 on my new Windows 7 computer I also installed > Office 2007. There is now no sign of Office 2003...

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...

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...

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: > ...

I have just set up outlook 2007 beta and am having difficulty synchronising my calendar, contacts and tasks from by pda to the new program Ask your PDA maker if it is compatible with Office 2007. And then repost in a group for your sync software - either microsoft.public.pocketpc.activesync or a Palm group if using a Palm device. -- Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. All unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without reading. After furious head scratching, Ralph Alliston asked: | I have just set up outloo...

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? 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...

The spell check for a co-worker isn't working in outlook, it does in Word and it isn't due to the signature. Had heard/read about RegEdit, but not sure what to edit. Any guidance would be helpful. Define 'doesn't work' - does F7 bring up spell check? See http://www.slipstick.com/emo/2009/up090611.htm#3 for the registry key to remove. -- Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook] Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips.net/ Outlook & Exchange Solutions Center: http://www.slipstick.com/ Outlook Tips by email: mailto:dailytips-subscribe-request@lists.outlooktips.ne...

i dont know if you can do this..... if(c5=10, take the cell 5 right 3 down to it, 0) if you can, i dont know how to write it in excel language thanks if anyone can hel -- cutsygur ----------------------------------------------------------------------- cutsygurl's Profile: http://www.excelforum.com/member.php?action=getinfo&userid=1504 View this thread: http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?threadid=27569 cutsygurl Wrote: > i dont know if you can do this..... > if(c5=10, take the cell 5 right 3 down to it, 0) > if you can, i dont know how to write it in excel language &...

I am a little annoyed with the start up on Outlook, it keeps telling me that there is a need for live maps update and that some of my function are reduced, then when I tell it to go ahead it tells me that I need to close outlook. How do I resolve this? Either uninstall the Live Maps addin that you installed or update it to the latest version. http://outlook.maps.live.com/ -- Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook] Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003 http://www.howto-outlook.com/ Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more http://www.msoutlook.info/ Real World Questions, Real Wor...

I have $700,000 to spend on advertising for three different products. My market share for the three products is 51.96%, 36.07% and 41.25%. I want to apportion my 700K between the three products so that the product with the lowest market share gets the most advertising dollars, etc. Using my data, I've been trying to devise a formula all night that would do this, but I'm stumped. I could use a hint... Here's one way of doing it - put 700,000 in A1 and put your 2 percentage shares in B1:B3 and then put this formula in C1: =3DA$1*(1-B1/SUM(B$1:B$3))/2 Format as currency and co...

Hello, Where can I find info on the number of Rules Outlook 2007 / Exchange 2007 support? I entered a new Rule today; and wanted it to be client-only, but alas! I received an error: "One or more rules cannot be uploaded to Microsoft Exchange and have been deactivated. This could be because some of the parameters are not supported, or there is insufficient space to store all of your rules." The (new) rule is a simple "From x or y person, move message to this folder" rule, and it is one of 25 rules for my profile, 20 of which are client-based. Any he...

I have a worksheet that I use over-and-over again. It has several columns of data, and some of the columns have long and hard to remember formulas to total the columns. I usually delete the numbers in the columns after I print out the worksheet, leaving the formulas intact at the bottom of the columns. Being human, I occasionally goof and delete the sum formulas too. Is there a way that I can lock the formula cell at the bottom of the column so that I don't accidentally delete it? Thanks in advance, Malcolm A two step process a) select the cell that you DO want the user ...

Hi all, I want to be able to get the cell reference (in the format A1) of a GETPIVOTDATA reference. For example: =(GETPIVOTDATA("Sum of Qty",'$A$5,"Customer Name","ABC Company")) pulls data from a corresponding cell in the table. That reference is A10 but I want to get this from the actual GETPIVOTDATA reference itself. Is this possible? Regards Morgan ...

good day! i copied a table from a html and paste to excel2000 i try to get the sum =SUM(B5:B10) but the outcome is 0.when i check the number on the cell,i found out that theres a space at the end. i try this formula {=SUM(VALUE(SUBSTITUTE(B5:B10," ","")))} but the result was #VALUE!. Hi! > i copied a table from a html Chances are the "space" is really a char(160) space. Try this: =SUMPRODUCT(1*SUBSTITUTE(B5:B10,CHAR(160),"")) Your best course of action would be to get rid of those characters and then use a simple =SUM(B5:B10). ...

I downloaded this several months ago and now the trial period has expired. I want to remove it from my computer but when I go through the process via Control Panel/Remove Software and I get the following message: "The language of this installation package is not supported by your system." What is up and how can I remove the software? -- Rev Try the following. Also remove the Activation Assistant http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971179 -- Peter Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowl...