Posts by kooala

    I tried this formula in another cell on your formula to add the hyphen; however, ther ewas a space before the hyphen and it iddnt work when there were 3 letters in ticker:


    1) In column L, I would like a formula that will change the ticker list in column A from MVIS US EQUITY to MVIS-US or BIGG CN Equity to BIGG-CN. Or GBI US EQUITY to GBI-US .

    I tried this formula: =LEFT(A28,LEN(A28)-FIND("US",A28)) But dont know how to adjust it to US or CN but the other issue was that sometimes it brought back the letter E when the ticker had 3 characters instead of four.

    2) Ultimately I would like to compare the list of tickers in K and L and see which tickers did not show up in K but did in L


    I have a two part question. I need to make this spreadsheet more legible, more user friendly, and more professional.

    1) Formulas: Column F shows new stores each quarter. So, 14 new stores on Row F12 which is Q1 (quarter 1) of 2020 - the year is in A12 and the quarter in AB. Now, columns G through J on row 12 show the total sales per quarter for each year. The formulas can change too that I have. What I need to automate is that those 14 stores will have 60% of total sales in year 1, 87% of total sales in years 2-3, and then be mature at 100% In year 4 . By row 13, there are 6 new stores, but those 14 stores from the prior quarter are still in year 1. Also, of these total sales - so in 202Q1 in column M, it would multiply G by M6 or by 2% royalty in year 1 of the 14 new stores. Once these 14 new stores hit year 2, it is then multiplied by M5 which is a 3% royalty. So M would include the royalties received on these sales. Is there formulas that can automate this and recognize when stores hit each quarter and at what % of sales and what royalty rate to use?

    2) If there are any ideas how to make this page more user friendly and professional looking - more formatting - please advise.