I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." from Office Online: =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I would like. In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 should appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. Bud

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1/24/2010 10:31:01 PM

It looks like the smallest number that is possible in your data set is the number 1. Is that correct? It also looks like the numbers are in ascending order from left to right. So, if my guess is correct then you should only need to test the first column of the number data for the number 1. To improve the formula based on my interpretation... Enter this formula in H1. This will return the count of 1s in column B. =COUNTIF(B2:B1007,1) Enter this array formula** in G2: =IF(ROWS(G$2:G2)>H$1,"",INDEX(A:A,SMALL(IF(B$2:B$1007=G$1,ROW(A$2:A$1007)),ROWS(G$2:G2)))) ** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT key then hit ENTER. Format as Date. Copy down until you get blanks. -- Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:6581B3CB-2073-45F6-95B6-4B1B9668434F@microsoft.com... > I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." from > Office Online: > > =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) > > date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 > 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 > 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 > 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 > 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 > 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 > 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 > > > However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I would like. > In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 should > appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. > > Bud

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1/25/2010 2:37:36 AM

Thanks for your response. I should have been more specific. While the smallest number in my dataset is 1, the largest is lookup number is 52 and the remainder appear in row 1 to the right of the number 1 of my very brief example. So my objective is to identify (i.e., list) each date that any of the 52 possible numbers appear, regardless of the column (i.e., no1, no2, no3, etc) that that specific number appeared. The dates are arranged in increasing date order and the numbers are increasing in each row. Since there are over 2,000 rows of data, I was thinking that I could copy an array formula down and across (formatting as date) without having multiple columns for each lookup number. Can you provide some guidance? Oh and by the way, I have seen many of your posts and I must acknowledge how insightful and accurate you are! Cheers. Bud "T. Valko" wrote: > It looks like the smallest number that is possible in your data set is the > number 1. Is that correct? It also looks like the numbers are in ascending > order from left to right. So, if my guess is correct then you should only > need to test the first column of the number data for the number 1. > > To improve the formula based on my interpretation... > > Enter this formula in H1. This will return the count of 1s in column B. > > =COUNTIF(B2:B1007,1) > > Enter this array formula** in G2: > > =IF(ROWS(G$2:G2)>H$1,"",INDEX(A:A,SMALL(IF(B$2:B$1007=G$1,ROW(A$2:A$1007)),ROWS(G$2:G2)))) > > ** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of > CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT > key then hit ENTER. > > Format as Date. Copy down until you get blanks. > > -- > Biff > Microsoft Excel MVP > > > "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:6581B3CB-2073-45F6-95B6-4B1B9668434F@microsoft.com... > > I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." from > > Office Online: > > > > =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) > > > > date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 > > 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 > > 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 > > 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 > > 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 > > 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 > > 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 > > > > > > However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I would like. > > In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 should > > appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. > > > > Bud > > > . >

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1/29/2010 2:17:01 AM

Here's a small sample file that demonstrates this. Bud.xls 21kb http://cjoint.com/?bDd4VvyxrT -- Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:AC9C75AF-E643-4D1A-BCA5-010F6EAABDF0@microsoft.com... > Thanks for your response. I should have been more specific. While the > smallest number in my dataset is 1, the largest is lookup number is 52 and > the remainder appear in row 1 to the right of the number 1 of my very > brief > example. So my objective is to identify (i.e., list) each date that any > of > the 52 possible numbers appear, regardless of the column (i.e., no1, no2, > no3, etc) that that specific number appeared. The dates are arranged in > increasing date order and the numbers are increasing in each row. Since > there are over 2,000 rows of data, I was thinking that I could copy an > array > formula down and across (formatting as date) without having multiple > columns > for each lookup number. Can you provide some guidance? > > Oh and by the way, I have seen many of your posts and I must acknowledge > how > insightful and accurate you are! Cheers. > > Bud > > "T. Valko" wrote: > >> It looks like the smallest number that is possible in your data set is >> the >> number 1. Is that correct? It also looks like the numbers are in >> ascending >> order from left to right. So, if my guess is correct then you should only >> need to test the first column of the number data for the number 1. >> >> To improve the formula based on my interpretation... >> >> Enter this formula in H1. This will return the count of 1s in column B. >> >> =COUNTIF(B2:B1007,1) >> >> Enter this array formula** in G2: >> >> =IF(ROWS(G$2:G2)>H$1,"",INDEX(A:A,SMALL(IF(B$2:B$1007=G$1,ROW(A$2:A$1007)),ROWS(G$2:G2)))) >> >> ** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of >> CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the >> SHIFT >> key then hit ENTER. >> >> Format as Date. Copy down until you get blanks. >> >> -- >> Biff >> Microsoft Excel MVP >> >> >> "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message >> news:6581B3CB-2073-45F6-95B6-4B1B9668434F@microsoft.com... >> > I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." from >> > Office Online: >> > >> > =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) >> > >> > date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 >> > 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 >> > 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 >> > 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 >> > 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 >> > 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 >> > 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 >> > >> > >> > However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I would >> > like. >> > In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 should >> > appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. >> > >> > Bud >> >> >> . >>

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1/29/2010 2:58:18 AM

wonderful... i'll give it a try. "T. Valko" wrote: > Here's a small sample file that demonstrates this. > > Bud.xls 21kb > > http://cjoint.com/?bDd4VvyxrT > > -- > Biff > Microsoft Excel MVP > > > "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > news:AC9C75AF-E643-4D1A-BCA5-010F6EAABDF0@microsoft.com... > > Thanks for your response. I should have been more specific. While the > > smallest number in my dataset is 1, the largest is lookup number is 52 and > > the remainder appear in row 1 to the right of the number 1 of my very > > brief > > example. So my objective is to identify (i.e., list) each date that any > > of > > the 52 possible numbers appear, regardless of the column (i.e., no1, no2, > > no3, etc) that that specific number appeared. The dates are arranged in > > increasing date order and the numbers are increasing in each row. Since > > there are over 2,000 rows of data, I was thinking that I could copy an > > array > > formula down and across (formatting as date) without having multiple > > columns > > for each lookup number. Can you provide some guidance? > > > > Oh and by the way, I have seen many of your posts and I must acknowledge > > how > > insightful and accurate you are! Cheers. > > > > Bud > > > > "T. Valko" wrote: > > > >> It looks like the smallest number that is possible in your data set is > >> the > >> number 1. Is that correct? It also looks like the numbers are in > >> ascending > >> order from left to right. So, if my guess is correct then you should only > >> need to test the first column of the number data for the number 1. > >> > >> To improve the formula based on my interpretation... > >> > >> Enter this formula in H1. This will return the count of 1s in column B. > >> > >> =COUNTIF(B2:B1007,1) > >> > >> Enter this array formula** in G2: > >> > >> =IF(ROWS(G$2:G2)>H$1,"",INDEX(A:A,SMALL(IF(B$2:B$1007=G$1,ROW(A$2:A$1007)),ROWS(G$2:G2)))) > >> > >> ** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of > >> CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the > >> SHIFT > >> key then hit ENTER. > >> > >> Format as Date. Copy down until you get blanks. > >> > >> -- > >> Biff > >> Microsoft Excel MVP > >> > >> > >> "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > >> news:6581B3CB-2073-45F6-95B6-4B1B9668434F@microsoft.com... > >> > I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." from > >> > Office Online: > >> > > >> > =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) > >> > > >> > date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 > >> > 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 > >> > 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 > >> > 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 > >> > 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 > >> > 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 > >> > 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 > >> > > >> > > >> > However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I would > >> > like. > >> > In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 should > >> > appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. > >> > > >> > Bud > >> > >> > >> . > >> > > > . >

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1/29/2010 5:07:01 AM

it works... a million thanks!!! Bud "Bud" wrote: > wonderful... i'll give it a try. > > "T. Valko" wrote: > > > Here's a small sample file that demonstrates this. > > > > Bud.xls 21kb > > > > http://cjoint.com/?bDd4VvyxrT > > > > -- > > Biff > > Microsoft Excel MVP > > > > > > "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > > news:AC9C75AF-E643-4D1A-BCA5-010F6EAABDF0@microsoft.com... > > > Thanks for your response. I should have been more specific. While the > > > smallest number in my dataset is 1, the largest is lookup number is 52 and > > > the remainder appear in row 1 to the right of the number 1 of my very > > > brief > > > example. So my objective is to identify (i.e., list) each date that any > > > of > > > the 52 possible numbers appear, regardless of the column (i.e., no1, no2, > > > no3, etc) that that specific number appeared. The dates are arranged in > > > increasing date order and the numbers are increasing in each row. Since > > > there are over 2,000 rows of data, I was thinking that I could copy an > > > array > > > formula down and across (formatting as date) without having multiple > > > columns > > > for each lookup number. Can you provide some guidance? > > > > > > Oh and by the way, I have seen many of your posts and I must acknowledge > > > how > > > insightful and accurate you are! Cheers. > > > > > > Bud > > > > > > "T. Valko" wrote: > > > > > >> It looks like the smallest number that is possible in your data set is > > >> the > > >> number 1. Is that correct? It also looks like the numbers are in > > >> ascending > > >> order from left to right. So, if my guess is correct then you should only > > >> need to test the first column of the number data for the number 1. > > >> > > >> To improve the formula based on my interpretation... > > >> > > >> Enter this formula in H1. This will return the count of 1s in column B. > > >> > > >> =COUNTIF(B2:B1007,1) > > >> > > >> Enter this array formula** in G2: > > >> > > >> =IF(ROWS(G$2:G2)>H$1,"",INDEX(A:A,SMALL(IF(B$2:B$1007=G$1,ROW(A$2:A$1007)),ROWS(G$2:G2)))) > > >> > > >> ** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of > > >> CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the > > >> SHIFT > > >> key then hit ENTER. > > >> > > >> Format as Date. Copy down until you get blanks. > > >> > > >> -- > > >> Biff > > >> Microsoft Excel MVP > > >> > > >> > > >> "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message > > >> news:6581B3CB-2073-45F6-95B6-4B1B9668434F@microsoft.com... > > >> > I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." from > > >> > Office Online: > > >> > > > >> > =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) > > >> > > > >> > date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 > > >> > 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 > > >> > 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 > > >> > 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 > > >> > 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 > > >> > 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 > > >> > 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 > > >> > > > >> > > > >> > However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I would > > >> > like. > > >> > In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 should > > >> > appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. > > >> > > > >> > Bud > > >> > > >> > > >> . > > >> > > > > > > . > >

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1/29/2010 11:33:02 AM

You're welcome. Thanks for the feedback! -- Biff Microsoft Excel MVP "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:68DFE546-869E-405B-9F8C-DA5653FAE4A6@microsoft.com... > it works... a million thanks!!! > > Bud > > "Bud" wrote: > >> wonderful... i'll give it a try. >> >> "T. Valko" wrote: >> >> > Here's a small sample file that demonstrates this. >> > >> > Bud.xls 21kb >> > >> > http://cjoint.com/?bDd4VvyxrT >> > >> > -- >> > Biff >> > Microsoft Excel MVP >> > >> > >> > "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message >> > news:AC9C75AF-E643-4D1A-BCA5-010F6EAABDF0@microsoft.com... >> > > Thanks for your response. I should have been more specific. While >> > > the >> > > smallest number in my dataset is 1, the largest is lookup number is >> > > 52 and >> > > the remainder appear in row 1 to the right of the number 1 of my very >> > > brief >> > > example. So my objective is to identify (i.e., list) each date that >> > > any >> > > of >> > > the 52 possible numbers appear, regardless of the column (i.e., no1, >> > > no2, >> > > no3, etc) that that specific number appeared. The dates are arranged >> > > in >> > > increasing date order and the numbers are increasing in each row. >> > > Since >> > > there are over 2,000 rows of data, I was thinking that I could copy >> > > an >> > > array >> > > formula down and across (formatting as date) without having multiple >> > > columns >> > > for each lookup number. Can you provide some guidance? >> > > >> > > Oh and by the way, I have seen many of your posts and I must >> > > acknowledge >> > > how >> > > insightful and accurate you are! Cheers. >> > > >> > > Bud >> > > >> > > "T. Valko" wrote: >> > > >> > >> It looks like the smallest number that is possible in your data set >> > >> is >> > >> the >> > >> number 1. Is that correct? It also looks like the numbers are in >> > >> ascending >> > >> order from left to right. So, if my guess is correct then you should >> > >> only >> > >> need to test the first column of the number data for the number 1. >> > >> >> > >> To improve the formula based on my interpretation... >> > >> >> > >> Enter this formula in H1. This will return the count of 1s in column >> > >> B. >> > >> >> > >> =COUNTIF(B2:B1007,1) >> > >> >> > >> Enter this array formula** in G2: >> > >> >> > >> =IF(ROWS(G$2:G2)>H$1,"",INDEX(A:A,SMALL(IF(B$2:B$1007=G$1,ROW(A$2:A$1007)),ROWS(G$2:G2)))) >> > >> >> > >> ** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of >> > >> CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and >> > >> the >> > >> SHIFT >> > >> key then hit ENTER. >> > >> >> > >> Format as Date. Copy down until you get blanks. >> > >> >> > >> -- >> > >> Biff >> > >> Microsoft Excel MVP >> > >> >> > >> >> > >> "Bud" <Bud@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message >> > >> news:6581B3CB-2073-45F6-95B6-4B1B9668434F@microsoft.com... >> > >> > I've adapted the following formula from "How to lookup a value..." >> > >> > from >> > >> > Office Online: >> > >> > >> > >> > =IF(ISERROR(INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)),"",INDEX($A$2:$F$1007,SMALL(IF($B$2:$F$1007=G$1,ROW($A$2:$A$1007)),ROW(1:1)),1)) >> > >> > >> > >> > date no1 no2 no3 no4 no5 1 >> > >> > 6/7/2008 2 4 11 15 28 6/24/08 >> > >> > 6/10/2008 8 13 14 23 30 6/28/08 >> > >> > 6/14/2008 5 13 24 35 45 >> > >> > 6/17/2008 10 12 18 30 36 >> > >> > 6/21/2008 1 2 5 23 45 >> > >> > 6/24/2008 1 4 37 45 46 >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > However, the date that is returned is from the row BELOW the I >> > >> > would >> > >> > like. >> > >> > In other words, in column "1" the dates 6/21/2008 and 6/24/2008 >> > >> > should >> > >> > appear. Any suggestions? Many thanks. >> > >> > >> > >> > Bud >> > >> >> > >> >> > >> . >> > >> >> > >> > >> > . >> >

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When try to print or print preview system is generating an error: "Print titles must be contiguous and complete rows or columns." Used excel for years ever seen this error before. Using Excel 2007 on Vista, we just upgraded to SP2 for both systems. After testing a few times, I notice that system is generating a Name Range with no referencing cell range, the name range is called Print_Titles. If I delete the name range it removes the error message and able to use print preview and able to print. Notice it is occurring more ofter when client is copying a worksheet to ...

Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) Processor: Intel Email Client: Exchange I have been using Entourage 2008 to connect to our Exchange server since it's release (part of Office 2008) and I have recently followed the instructions to update it to the Web Services Edition. I am now unable to connect to my Exchange account with this version but as soon as I re-install the 'normal' version of Entourage 2008 everything works. <br><br>Is there something I need to enable on the Exchange 2007 server to allow the Web Services Edition to connect? ...

Hi, I've been seeing error 9316 in my logs. Looked it up in technet and found article Q247782 which recomended I set the XAPI concurent connections to 50. It was already set at 50 and I can find no further info. Before I do the obvious hit in the dark I though I'd ask if anyone else has had the same experience? TIA, Pete ...

Hi, I would appreciate any help on this problem. When trying to send a single 5 meg file through my web smtp server (Go Daddy) I get a return error message stating; "your outgoing (smtp) e-mail server has reported an internal error".. "The server responded: 451 Internal error" Note: I can send a 3 meg file with no problems and can receive a 5 meg file. Go Daddy tech support person said "it appears the error you are receiving is due to a program running on the server with is aimed at blocking viruses being sent out, and the server also runs anti-phishing software. T...

I'm getting the following intermittent error when Outlook tries to receive mail from an IMAP server: Task 'Checking for new mail in subscribed folders on <email address>.' reported error (0x8004DF0B) : 'Outlook is unable to download folder (null) from the IMAP e-mail server for account <email address>. Error: The connection to the server is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).' We are on a wired LAN, and ...

Just acquired new Lap Top with the above loaded. I confirmed codes on phone and have operational. Would now like to have on my other 2 office computers to maintain comformity. What does it cost to allow this to happen and what is the process? I'm currently running Office 200 on other computers. Fred Fred wrote: > Just acquired new Lap Top with the above loaded. I > confirmed codes on phone and have operational. Would now > like to have on my other 2 office computers to maintain > comformity. What does it cost to allow this to happen and > what is the process? I'...

Hi I get the following msgbox when I attempt to run a Macro - which is just a simple text string to be put into a cell. " 'xxx'.xls could not be found. Check the spelling of the file name, and verify that the file location is correct. If you are trying to open a file from your list of most recently used files on the file menu, make sure that the file has not been renamed , moved or deleted." (ok) 'xxx.xls' trefers to a file name that was on my disk - but I deleted - I can't find it after a search. All macros when run, exhibit the same thing..... Tried a goog...

Getting "The messaging interface has returned an unknown error. If problem persits, restart Outlook." when attempting to forward, send or reply, using Outlook 2003. Restarting does not help. If you delete the NT Profile the problem goes away for a few days and then returns. We have also tried "Detect and repair" and Uninstall / re-install without good results. Only replacing the NT Profile seems to have an impact. Help! ...

Hi, In my spreadsheet cell E14 adds up E2 - E14 and cell C14 adds up C2 - C14. In G14 I have put a formula to show the difference between E14 and C14 as a Percentage ( formula for G14 is =SUM(E14-C14)/ABS(E14) ). When the Formula for G14 looks at E14 and C14 all it sees is a SUM formula to add up the column. Does anyone know how to solve this problem. Many thanks for looking. Rick Not sure I understand the problem; tell us what answer or error you ar getting. Also, don't you mean you are summing C2:C*13* in C14 and E2:E*13* i E14? Oh, and you can get rid of the Sum - this ...

Is there any way to change the tender type that a Cashier has entered if they do it wrong? Someone settles the credit card as AMEX when it's really a Visa and I want the Z report to be correct. Any ideas? If you still have the card available, void the sale then re-enter it. If you don't have the card, it's really not worth the trouble or the risk... To prevent this from happening again, setup Validation masks for each credit card tender type. Amex: 3############## MC 5############### Visa 4############### Discover 6############### Glenn Adams Tiber Creek Consulting http://...

Hi, I am trying to open a large file in Publisher 2002, and Publisher just closes right up. ANy clues? How large is large? Do you get any error message? Did you create this file or was it passed on to you? -- JoAnn Paules - MVP Microsoft Publisher "sherri" <anonymous@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:1d10701c4229e$127b63b0$a101280a@phx.gbl... > Hi, I am trying to open a large file in Publisher 2002, > and Publisher just closes right up. > > ANy clues? Have you got the garbage trash junk Symantec Norton installed? If you have, RE-move/UN-i...