The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how many donations in column J are made by each classification. Many thanks!

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12/20/2009 1:50:01 PM

Try the below formula =COUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") -- Jacob "JT" wrote: > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > Many thanks!

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12/20/2009 1:54:01 PM

Jacob: Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis in the R column. Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contains the criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the corresponding J column cells. "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > Try the below formula > > =COUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > -- > Jacob > > > "JT" wrote: > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > Many thanks!

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12/20/2009 2:26:01 PM

Do it this way, then: =3DCOUNTIF(R:R,"RB1") and if you want to total the contributions which meet that criteria: =3DSUMIF(R:R,"RB1",J:J) Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 20, 2:26=A0pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > Jacob: > > Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis in the R > column. =A0Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contains the > criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the correspondi= ng J > column cells. > > > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > Try the below formula > > > =3DCOUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > > -- > > Jacob > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals.= =A0Cells > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. =A0Am looking for= a formula > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. =A0EX= : =A0in > > > column R there are three classifications: =A0RB1, RB2, RB3. =A0Need t= o count how > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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12/20/2009 2:40:14 PM

Do you mean. =COUNTIF(R:R,"RB1") -- Jacob "JT" wrote: > Jacob: > > Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis in the R > column. Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contains the > criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the corresponding J > column cells. > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > > Try the below formula > > > > =COUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > > > -- > > Jacob > > > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > > Many thanks!

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12/20/2009 3:14:02 PM

The SUMIF function works great, but I really need to know the number of cells in J that correcpond to the number of RB1 criteria in column R; For example: if there are 12 "RB1" designations out of 120 in R that have posted contributions in the J column, I need the formula to return "12". If there is no contribution listed in J for an RB1 designation in R, the formula chould NOT count that J cell. Does that help clarify what I'm looking for? "Pete_UK" wrote: > Do it this way, then: > > =COUNTIF(R:R,"RB1") > > and if you want to total the contributions which meet that criteria: > > =SUMIF(R:R,"RB1",J:J) > > Hope this helps. > > Pete > > On Dec 20, 2:26 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > Jacob: > > > > Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis in the R > > column. Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contains the > > criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the corresponding J > > column cells. > > > > > > > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > > Try the below formula > > > > > =COUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > > > > -- > > > Jacob > > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > > > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > > . >

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12/20/2009 4:10:01 PM

Ah, right !! You didn't make that clear earlier - you have two conditions to check for, rather than just one. COUNTIF (and SUMIF) can only be used if you have one condition, so try this instead: =3DSUMPRODUCT((R$1:R$100=3D"RB1")*(J$1:J$100<>"")) This checks for column R containing RB1 AND J is not empty, and counts the number that meet both criteria. NOTE that you can't use full-column references with this function in XL before version 2007, but adjust the ranges to suit your data (I've assumed 100 rows). Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 20, 4:10=A0pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > The SUMIF function works great, but I really need to know the number of c= ells > in J that correcpond to the number of RB1 criteria in column R; =A0For ex= ample: > =A0if there are 12 "RB1" designations out of 120 in R that have posted > contributions in the J column, I need the formula to return "12". =A0If t= here > is no contribution listed in J for an RB1 designation in R, the formula > chould NOT count that J cell. > > Does that help clarify what I'm looking for? > > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > > Do it this way, then: > > > =3DCOUNTIF(R:R,"RB1") > > > and if you want to total the contributions which meet that criteria: > > > =3DSUMIF(R:R,"RB1",J:J) > > > Hope this helps. > > > Pete > > > On Dec 20, 2:26 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > > Jacob: > > > > Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis in th= e R > > > column. =A0Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contains t= he > > > criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the corresp= onding J > > > column cells. > > > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > > > Try the below formula > > > > > =3DCOUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > > > > -- > > > > Jacob > > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individu= als. =A0Cells > > > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. =A0Am looking= for a formula > > > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. = =A0EX: =A0in > > > > > column R there are three classifications: =A0RB1, RB2, RB3. =A0Ne= ed to count how > > > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > > > .- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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12/20/2009 4:25:12 PM

Pete: Works perfectly. Many thanks! JT "Pete_UK" wrote: > Ah, right !! You didn't make that clear earlier - you have two > conditions to check for, rather than just one. COUNTIF (and SUMIF) can > only be used if you have one condition, so try this instead: > > =SUMPRODUCT((R$1:R$100="RB1")*(J$1:J$100<>"")) > > This checks for column R containing RB1 AND J is not empty, and counts > the number that meet both criteria. > > NOTE that you can't use full-column references with this function in > XL before version 2007, but adjust the ranges to suit your data (I've > assumed 100 rows). > > Hope this helps. > > Pete > > On Dec 20, 4:10 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > The SUMIF function works great, but I really need to know the number of cells > > in J that correcpond to the number of RB1 criteria in column R; For example: > > if there are 12 "RB1" designations out of 120 in R that have posted > > contributions in the J column, I need the formula to return "12". If there > > is no contribution listed in J for an RB1 designation in R, the formula > > chould NOT count that J cell. > > > > Does that help clarify what I'm looking for? > > > > > > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > > > Do it this way, then: > > > > > =COUNTIF(R:R,"RB1") > > > > > and if you want to total the contributions which meet that criteria: > > > > > =SUMIF(R:R,"RB1",J:J) > > > > > Hope this helps. > > > > > Pete > > > > > On Dec 20, 2:26 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > > > Jacob: > > > > > > Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis in the R > > > > column. Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contains the > > > > criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the corresponding J > > > > column cells. > > > > > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > > > > Try the below formula > > > > > > > =COUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > > > > > > -- > > > > > Jacob > > > > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > > > > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > > > > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > > > > > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > > > > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > > > > > - Show quoted text - > > > > > .- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > > . >

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12/20/2009 6:26:01 PM

You're welcome - thanks for feeding back. Pete On Dec 20, 6:26=A0pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > Pete: =A0Works perfectly. =A0Many thanks! > > JT > > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > > Ah, right !! You didn't make that clear earlier - you have two > > conditions to check for, rather than just one. COUNTIF (and SUMIF) can > > only be used if you have one condition, so try this instead: > > > =3DSUMPRODUCT((R$1:R$100=3D"RB1")*(J$1:J$100<>"")) > > > This checks for column R containing RB1 AND J is not empty, and counts > > the number that meet both criteria. > > > NOTE that you can't use full-column references with this function in > > XL before version 2007, but adjust the ranges to suit your data (I've > > assumed 100 rows). > > > Hope this helps. > > > Pete > > > On Dec 20, 4:10 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > > The SUMIF function works great, but I really need to know the number = of cells > > > in J that correcpond to the number of RB1 criteria in column R; =A0Fo= r example: > > > =A0if there are 12 "RB1" designations out of 120 in R that have poste= d > > > contributions in the J column, I need the formula to return "12". =A0= If there > > > is no contribution listed in J for an RB1 designation in R, the formu= la > > > chould NOT count that J cell. > > > > Does that help clarify what I'm looking for? > > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > > > > Do it this way, then: > > > > > =3DCOUNTIF(R:R,"RB1") > > > > > and if you want to total the contributions which meet that criteria= : > > > > > =3DSUMIF(R:R,"RB1",J:J) > > > > > Hope this helps. > > > > > Pete > > > > > On Dec 20, 2:26 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > > > > Jacob: > > > > > > Thanks, however this formula does not find the criterial thatis i= n the R > > > > > column. =A0Thye J columb contains donations...the R column contai= ns the > > > > > criteria that I need the formula to consider as it counts the cor= responding J > > > > > column cells. > > > > > > "Jacob Skaria" wrote: > > > > > > Try the below formula > > > > > > > =3DCOUNTIF(J:J,"RB1") > > > > > > > -- > > > > > > Jacob > > > > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various indi= viduals. =A0Cells > > > > > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. =A0Am loo= king for a formula > > > > > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in = the > > > > > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsificatio= n. =A0EX: =A0in > > > > > > > column R there are three classifications: =A0RB1, RB2, RB3. = =A0Need to count how > > > > > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > > > > > - Show quoted text - > > > > > .- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > > > .- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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12/20/2009 6:43:17 PM

I have one more request. I need a formula that looks at columns I and J. Column I contains donations from 2009...J contains projected donations. Where there are donations in cells in I, but no donation in adjacent cells in J, I'd like the total from J. Example: in I5 there is a $50 donation, but no projected donation in J5. The formula would return "1". Need the formula to look at the range listed. Thanks. thie will be the last one I post! "JT" wrote: > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > Many thanks!

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12/20/2009 7:09:01 PM

Well, I think your conditions are column I not blank and column J blank, so try this: =3DSUMPRODUCT((i1:i100<>"")*(J1:J100=3D"")) Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 20, 7:09=A0pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > I have one more request. =A0 > > I need a formula =A0that looks at columns I and J. =A0Column I contains > donations from 2009...J contains projected donations. =A0Where there are > donations in cells in I, but no donation in adjacent cells in J, I'd like= the > total from J. =A0Example: =A0in I5 there is a $50 donation, but no projec= ted > donation in J5. =A0The formula would return "1". =A0Need the formula to l= ook at > the range listed. > > Thanks. =A0thie will be the last one I post! > > > > "JT" wrote: > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. = =A0Cells > > in column R contain certain member classifications. =A0Am looking for a= formula > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. =A0EX: = =A0in > > column R there are three classifications: =A0RB1, RB2, RB3. =A0Need to = count how > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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12/20/2009 7:32:34 PM

Pete: Something in ther formula isn't returning the correct value. In the example below, the result of the formula SHOULD be "2". In the first two rows, there are enteries in BOTH cells and shuotl NOT be counted...in two others, there are entries in the 2009 column, but NOT in 2010. This is the sort of comparison that should result in the value. The "0" entries in the 2009 column are meaningless. Maybe this helps clarify what I am looking for. 2009 2010 3,800 3,900 1,560 1,560 375 0 0 0 900 "Pete_UK" wrote: > Well, I think your conditions are column I not blank and column J > blank, so try this: > > =SUMPRODUCT((i1:i100<>"")*(J1:J100="")) > > Hope this helps. > > Pete > > On Dec 20, 7:09 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > I have one more request. > > > > I need a formula that looks at columns I and J. Column I contains > > donations from 2009...J contains projected donations. Where there are > > donations in cells in I, but no donation in adjacent cells in J, I'd like the > > total from J. Example: in I5 there is a $50 donation, but no projected > > donation in J5. The formula would return "1". Need the formula to look at > > the range listed. > > > > Thanks. thie will be the last one I post! > > > > > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. Cells > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a formula > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: in > > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to count how > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > > . >

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12/20/2009 8:18:01 PM

Well, now that you've thrown in the extra criterion about the zeroes, why not change your formula to =SUMPRODUCT((I1:I100<>"")*(I1:I100<>0)*(J1:J100="")) ? -- David Biddulph "JT" <JT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:432EB6BA-E267-4EC7-A57D-1B75CAD4FB5F@microsoft.com... > Pete: Something in ther formula isn't returning the correct value. In > the > example below, the result of the formula SHOULD be "2". In the first two > rows, there are enteries in BOTH cells and shuotl NOT be counted...in two > others, there are entries in the 2009 column, but NOT in 2010. This is > the > sort of comparison that should result in the value. The "0" entries in > the > 2009 column are meaningless. > > Maybe this helps clarify what I am looking for. > > 2009 2010 > > 3,800 3,900 > 1,560 1,560 > 375 > 0 > 0 > 0 > 900 > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > >> Well, I think your conditions are column I not blank and column J >> blank, so try this: >> >> =SUMPRODUCT((i1:i100<>"")*(J1:J100="")) >> >> Hope this helps. >> >> Pete >> >> On Dec 20, 7:09 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: >> > I have one more request. >> > >> > I need a formula that looks at columns I and J. Column I contains >> > donations from 2009...J contains projected donations. Where there are >> > donations in cells in I, but no donation in adjacent cells in J, I'd >> > like the >> > total from J. Example: in I5 there is a $50 donation, but no >> > projected >> > donation in J5. The formula would return "1". Need the formula to >> > look at >> > the range listed. >> > >> > Thanks. thie will be the last one I post! >> > >> > >> > >> > "JT" wrote: >> > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. >> > > Cells >> > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a >> > > formula >> > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the >> > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: >> > > in >> > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to >> > > count how >> > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. >> > >> > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - >> > >> > - Show quoted text - >> >> . >>

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12/20/2009 8:22:08 PM

Yes, but those "0" entries will be counted as non-blank, giving you an answer of 5 is this case instead of 2. Perhaps it would be better as: =3DSUMPRODUCT((i1:i100>0)*(J1:J100=3D"")) Hope this helps. Pete On Dec 20, 8:18=A0pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > Pete: =A0Something in ther formula isn't returning the correct value. =A0= In the > example below, the result of the formula SHOULD be "2". =A0In the first t= wo > rows, there are enteries in BOTH cells and shuotl NOT be counted...in two > others, there are entries in the 2009 column, but NOT in 2010. =A0This is= the > sort of comparison that should result in the value. =A0The "0" entries in= the > 2009 column are meaningless. =A0 > > Maybe this helps clarify what I am looking for. > > 2009 =A0 =A02010 > > 3,800 =A0 3,900 > 1,560 =A0 1,560 > 375 =A0 =A0 > 0 =A0 =A0 =A0 > 0 =A0 =A0 =A0 > 0 =A0 =A0 =A0 > 900 =A0 =A0 > > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > > Well, I think your conditions are column I not blank and column J > > blank, so try this: > > > =3DSUMPRODUCT((i1:i100<>"")*(J1:J100=3D"")) > > > Hope this helps. > > > Pete > > > On Dec 20, 7:09 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > > > I have one more request. =A0 > > > > I need a formula =A0that looks at columns I and J. =A0Column I contai= ns > > > donations from 2009...J contains projected donations. =A0Where there = are > > > donations in cells in I, but no donation in adjacent cells in J, I'd = like the > > > total from J. =A0Example: =A0in I5 there is a $50 donation, but no pr= ojected > > > donation in J5. =A0The formula would return "1". =A0Need the formula = to look at > > > the range listed. > > > > Thanks. =A0thie will be the last one I post! > > > > "JT" wrote: > > > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individual= s. =A0Cells > > > > in column R contain certain member classifications. =A0Am looking f= or a formula > > > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > > > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. =A0= EX: =A0in > > > > column R there are three classifications: =A0RB1, RB2, RB3. =A0Need= to count how > > > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > > > > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > > > .- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -

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12/20/2009 8:23:58 PM

I'm sorry, David. Accept my apology. The formula works just fine. Thank you. JT "David Biddulph" wrote: > Well, now that you've thrown in the extra criterion about the zeroes, why > not change your formula to > =SUMPRODUCT((I1:I100<>"")*(I1:I100<>0)*(J1:J100="")) ? > -- > David Biddulph > > "JT" <JT@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:432EB6BA-E267-4EC7-A57D-1B75CAD4FB5F@microsoft.com... > > Pete: Something in ther formula isn't returning the correct value. In > > the > > example below, the result of the formula SHOULD be "2". In the first two > > rows, there are enteries in BOTH cells and shuotl NOT be counted...in two > > others, there are entries in the 2009 column, but NOT in 2010. This is > > the > > sort of comparison that should result in the value. The "0" entries in > > the > > 2009 column are meaningless. > > > > Maybe this helps clarify what I am looking for. > > > > 2009 2010 > > > > 3,800 3,900 > > 1,560 1,560 > > 375 > > 0 > > 0 > > 0 > > 900 > > > > > > "Pete_UK" wrote: > > > >> Well, I think your conditions are column I not blank and column J > >> blank, so try this: > >> > >> =SUMPRODUCT((i1:i100<>"")*(J1:J100="")) > >> > >> Hope this helps. > >> > >> Pete > >> > >> On Dec 20, 7:09 pm, JT <J...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > >> > I have one more request. > >> > > >> > I need a formula that looks at columns I and J. Column I contains > >> > donations from 2009...J contains projected donations. Where there are > >> > donations in cells in I, but no donation in adjacent cells in J, I'd > >> > like the > >> > total from J. Example: in I5 there is a $50 donation, but no > >> > projected > >> > donation in J5. The formula would return "1". Need the formula to > >> > look at > >> > the range listed. > >> > > >> > Thanks. thie will be the last one I post! > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > "JT" wrote: > >> > > The cells in column J contains donations made by various individuals. > >> > > Cells > >> > > in column R contain certain member classifications. Am looking for a > >> > > formula > >> > > that looks at column R, then counts the number of entries in the > >> > > corresponding cells in colum J for each member classsification. EX: > >> > > in > >> > > column R there are three classifications: RB1, RB2, RB3. Need to > >> > > count how > >> > > many donations in column J are made by each classification. > >> > > >> > > Many thanks!- Hide quoted text - > >> > > >> > - Show quoted text - > >> > >> . > >> > > > . >

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12/20/2009 9:06:01 PM

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I have a pivot table that gives me the number of rides done by a van. I can have the pivot table return the number of rides, but what I need is the number vans that participated for a certain day. Example, it is possible to have 27 trips done by 18 vans, how can I count the number of vans and not addup the van number? Any help appreciated. Thank you, Joe Hi Joe We need a bit more information on how your source data table is set up. What information do you have in each column? -- Regards Roger Govier sacredarms <sacredarms@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote: > I have a pi...

Is there a way to have a scroll bar in a single cell? No. -- Best Regards, Luke M "pmarina" <pmarina@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:5D25B665-B7B8-477D-AAF8-80A347FFA0DD@microsoft.com... > Is there a way to have a scroll bar in a single cell? ...

What wrong with this. It create error. How can I improve to get rid the error? Set RN = Range(Cells(2, 1), Cells(r, 1)) Thanks Daniel Hi Daniel, Too much missing information - has r been declared and what data type is it and what value does it have. What property of the range are you trying to store in the variable RN? What type of variable is RN and has it been declared. -- Thanks, Shane Devenshire "Daniel" wrote: > What wrong with this. It create error. How can I improve to get rid the > error? > > Set RN = Range(Cells(2, 1), Cells(r, 1)) > &...

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 ...

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...

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...

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....

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...

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...

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...

I have a form with 20 fields. The user enters data into some but not all of the fields depending on where they collected data. Is it possible to create a checkbox where, after the user enters their data, they click the checkbox, and any of the 20 fields that are blank get populated with a 0? Thanks for the help. Is there any reason you want them to be zero? If they are numeric fields, you can set the default to zero in table design view. There is no need to use a checkbox, you can arrange it so any empty fields are converted to zero when you move to another record or exit th...

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? ...

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 ...

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...

Is there a way to insert an excel spreadsheet filename into a cell within the same spreadsheet, like the &[File] command in the Header/Footer screen? -- Thanks, RickS yes =CELL("filename") -- Gary Keramidas Excel 2003 "RickS" <RickS@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:A801EEC7-608B-4394-B991-BBBC889D451A@microsoft.com... > Is there a way to insert an excel spreadsheet filename into a cell within > the > same spreadsheet, like the &[File] command in the Header/Footer screen? > -- > Thanks, > Ric...

My chart of accounts is segmented by Product and Region. I have setup SOP to use posting Account from Item. In addition, I have setup a User-defined field to identify each customer region in Customer Address. Since I can only have one sale account for an item, I don't want to manually change my account distribution in sales documents everytime I sell to customers in a different region from the default defined for the item. I would like GP to automatically change the Account Distribution so that it substitute the appropriate region segment based on the user-defined field in Customer...

Hi, Excuse my lack of experience with excel, I tried to get an answer googling for this problem I have, but I didn't succeed yet solving it. I'm trying to fill a form using excel, but I want that whenever a cell is filled, the time it was filled is updated. The problem I find is that time is updated in all the cells whenever a cell is change, do I make myself clear?, imagine I have these table: A B 1 +if(a1="","",now()) 2 +if(a2="","",now()) So initially I have: A B 1 2...

Hi group, I am new to this newsgroup and am hoping that you can help me out. I took a software/hardware inventory of all the computers in my work's network and imported them all into excel, in their own worksheet. So I have one file, with 128 different worksheets, all containing similar information. What I would like to do is create a new sheet, a summary page, where I can pull the value of the same cell from each sheet and list them. I need to have a list of each computer, with computer name, cpu speed, video card, serial number, ect. If the values that I am searching for are in the same...

I have two different datasets. Each with a common identifier. I need a formula that will reference the identifiers in both datasets and count the number of sales a particular agent made. Example. look up this identifier in the other dataset and then give me the value that is 2 columns over from the identifier in the second dataset. See if this helps: http://contextures.com/xlFunctions02.html -- Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Dave" <Dave@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:E7245B37-033F-400E-9CEE-9822BE7CB0F5@microsoft.com... >I have two...

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to retrieve value from specific cell value with specific worksheet? I would like to create a if-statement within macro, If specific cell within specific worksheet = 1 then process following code End If Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks in advance for any suggestions Eric hi If Sheets("sheet1").Range("A1") = 1 Then MsgBox "run code" Else MsgBox "skip code" End If regards FSt1 "Eric" wrote: > Does anyone have any suggestions on how to retrieve value from specific cell &...

Is there a way to look at a row of data that is either highlighted yellow or red and to count only the data that is highlighted yellow and give me that number? None of my data is numerical....just one letter data, i.e.: "S" or "U" I just want to count how many of the cells are highlighted yellow in a specific row, if that makes more sense. Here's a UDF (Put in a Standard module) and use it in cell A1, like =CountByColor(A8:H8,6) << where 6 (at present) = Yellow = change to =CountByColor(A8:H8,3) to get the reds HTH Function CountByColor(InRa...