HYG a way to do it with forumlas:
Replace any space within your variables with an underscore, hash, or
any unique character. Example: the variable "Learning & Growth"
should be "Learning_&_Growth"
This can be done by CTRL + H > in Find what box type "Learning
& Growth", and in Replace with box type
Assuming text to be ...
You can use XLOOKUP for this. The inner XLOOKUP will return a four-item array of 0s or 1s for the row relating to the province specified on the current row. The outer XLOOKUP will search that four-item array for a 1 and return the text from row 1 which corresponds to that position in the array.
The formula is not able to move past the error if M is not found, you need to catch the error, if they are the only two values (K and M) that are going to show use something like:
otherwise next another if function to return a value if M or K not ...
You can simplify things and use COUNTIF, like this:
This is the formula you need:
=COUNTIFS(Table2[Company],[@Account],Table2[Last Contacted At],"<TODAY()")
To sum the '# of sent emails column', use SUMIFS:
=SUMIFS(Table2['# Sent Emails],Table2[Company],[@Account],Table2[Last Contacted At],"<TODAY()")
Your barcode scanner works like a keyboard, this way it can be used with virtually any application. It apparently doesn't send any character or sequence that would be interpreted as a newline. Many (most? all?) scanners can be configured to send CR or LF or CR+LF or none; usually by simply scanning one of few special barcodes.
Refer to the manual specific ...
You are looking for the next blank for each column. Don't do that. Only use one column to decide what the next row is. I recommend using an ID column, like the one you call No. because this is how a database table works. In fact, what you are doing would just happen automatically if you were using MS Access instead of Excel.
As your No. Column is currently ...
If you want specifically generate randoms of 10 multiplied by a number in the interval x = [10,100]
You can simply use
Which generates a number between 10 and 100 and multiplies it by 10. For example 22 * 10.
However your question indicates it wants [1,10] multiplications of 10 multiplied by [10,100] which gives bigger numbers.
Here's one way to approach this:
First, I created a query (Data>Get & Transform>From Table/Range) based on the original data. I selected the 5 feature columns, right-clicked and chose "Replace values", then configured the dialog to replace the Vs with 1s:
After doing that, I converted the data type for those columns to Whole Number (the reason for this ...
Let me summarize your question first.
In the spreadsheet you provided, column A (A4:A1968) consists of current dates, column B (B4:B1968) has an appropriate prices to the given date.
Now the formulas:
You need to calculate the date (now minus 5 years). Place this formula into cell C4, expand the formula across rest of C columns.
Right click the axis and select both "Add Major Gridlines" and "Add Minor Gridlines":
You'll have this:
Right click the Thick lines (Major gridlines) and select 'Format gridlines', then in the Format Gridlines pane, under "Line", select "No line":
Now repeat the steps to format the minor gridlines, but this time choose 'Solid line' and change the color to ...
Combination of IFERROR & INDEX command, and few helper value solves the issue.
Shown method works with any version of Excel.
It's not an smart method but solves the issue.
To improvise this exercise, readers may suggest
an efficient Formula/Macro.
How it works:
1. Insert series of numbers (I93:M93) based on maximum elements per record set,...
This is beyond beyond late, but I just fixed this issue on a formatted table. Rather than just clicking the top row of columns to select the data to include in your table, you need to select the specific range of rows as well. You can do this on an already formatted table by clicking Resize Table in the Table Tools ribbon, then click & drag from top left ...