Re: Check Range Isempty
Not sure on exact reasoning behind it all, but did find more that could be useful to you...
http://www.ozgrid.com/VBA/VBALoops.htm
Re: Check Range Isempty
Not sure on exact reasoning behind it all, but did find more that could be useful to you...
http://www.ozgrid.com/VBA/VBALoops.htm
Re: Consecutive Numbers
There are sooooo many similiar posts, but...
I believe I used krishnakumar's...
=IF(MAX(FREQUENCY(IF(A1:I1=0,ROW(A1:I1)),IF(A1:I1<>0,ROW(A1:I1))))>=3,0,SUM(A1:I1))
Re: Copy Data From Another Sheet If Adjacent Cell Meet Criteria
If there is only a single cell that has the value you're looking for and since it's to the left of your target, have you looked at VLOOKUP?
Re: Compare A Cell To A Range Of Cells Based On Criteria
The spreadsheet design makes it difficult to just have one formula to pull down...so you'd have to adjust your range to match each trip range.
E6: =IF(COUNTIF(C$6:C$9,"E")=COUNTA(B$6:B$9),"Mixed Use","")
E10: =IF(COUNTIF(C$10:C$19,"E")=COUNTA(B$10:B$19),"Mixed Usage","")
Re: Case Else Not Including Errors
Assuming you have a formula in the sheet that is resulting in the 'N/A' error...
Look at ISNA to just eliminate the problem at the source...
Re: Restructure Data
You're not really providing much to go on...how about a sample of the file?
Re: Date Time Elapsed Hours
=(A2-A1)*24
...yields 16.75 (Format as General)
Re: Sum Only Good Data
Or a better approach would eb to eliminate the #N/A's...place this in I9 to see what I mean:
=IF(ISNA(VLOOKUP($A9,'11583'!$G$24:$J$43,3,FALSE)),0,VLOOKUP($A9,'11583'!$G$24:$J$43,3,FALSE))
It's saying that if that vlookup returns an #N/A to place a 0, otherwise do the vlookup...
ADDED BY ADMIN
More Efficient Ways to stop #N/A Errors
Stop The #N/A! Error in VLOOKUP and other Lookup Functions
Re: Counting Rows
What type of data is in the columns you're looking at? If it truly is all text...
=IF(COUNTA(A3:A5)<>COUNTA(Sheet2!B3:B5),"Error","Match")
Re: Extract Values That Exist In All Columns
A couple different options attached...
Personally I would put users down column A and list out the applications across the rest of the columns. You can quickly see a Yes/No status if everyone has the application. You could also generate a list of everyone that has all applications.
Re: Open Hyperlink
I can't replicate that RTE unless my activecell does not include the hyperlink...try moving off that cell (if it was already the activecell when you did the code) and back on, then re-run...
Re: Open Hyperlink
If you're already moving the mouse to "arrow over" the Hyperlink, why not just push the mouse button?
Re: Check If Certain Characters Are Used
Using the Exit event, maybe use the InStr function to check if any of those values exist...
Re: Match Combinations Of Values To Equal A Selected Value
Another source...
http://www.tushar-mehta.com/excel/templates/match_values/index.html
Re: Fill Series With Formula That Doesnt Change
Use an absolute reference with the $ sign, i.e.
=A1*Sheetb!C$1
...would keep it to cell C1, and if you wanted to pull horizontally and keep your column...
=A1*Sheetb!$C1
...and you can use both
=A1*Sheetb!$C$1
Re: Change Value In Another Column
=if(a1="sha","shanghai",if(a1="sgn","ho Chi Minh",a1))
Re: Extract Specific Cells In Multiple Sheets Into One Summary Sheet After Meeting A Cond
sounds like an IF statement would get your desired results...
Re: Search Giant List For Matches From Another List
Vlookup?