Hoping that someone could assist!
I have a workbook where I needed to use the index/match function to source the data. While I was able to successfully complete the formula, I need that the formula also takes into consideration the dates.
So for example, if the source data has...
I have a "comments" column that will randomly include comments and a date string */* (eg. A1 = "del 5/20", A2 = "expected delivery 6/1", A3 = "4/7", A4= "delivery 11/01", etc.)
I want to find that date string in "comments column" and post in the adjacent column as standard date format...
So I have this function:
What this function does, is looks at a list in column A and counts the number of times "macys" appears, but will only count it once for every time "macys" coordinating job...
So I have been pulling my hair our trying to figure out how to build a VBA for a process that is so time consuming and repetitive and deadly.
background: I have hundreds of records of customer info and I am trying to categorize the job titles so that I can conduct some analysis with a...
Hi! can someone please help? I am using 2 columns of data and using an IF function in the 3rd column to return 'Paid' or 'Pending'. but even when they match, the result is still saying pending when it should say paid..... the payment references are alphanumeric....this is the formula to show...
I am trying to automate the entry of certain text in a cell "C3" based on drop down in another cell "N16".
when i select an item from drop down , the formula works and enters text in cell "C3"
But when i again select another item from dropdown the existing text is replaced by new text...
I just a have a general question about using the IF function to display matching names.
My spreadsheet looks like this
The above is in the A and B cells...
My question is related to the following (shortened) table:
I need to use an If function to search for a text sring in one column and then copy the results from another column on to another worksheet.
I need to search in the first column for numbers > 2 and then copy the true results from the second column. In...