# Junaed-Ar-Rahman

Md Junaed-Ar-Rahman, BSc, Biomedical Engineering, Bnagladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh, has been working with the ExcelDemy project for 11 months. He has written over 15+ articles for ExcelDemy. Currently, he is working as Technical Content Developer in ExcelDemy project; writes unique articles as well as solves user problems. He participated in 2 specialized training programmes on VBA and Chart and Dashboard designing in Excel. He loves to solve any problem in unique way and explore new functions and fomulas of Excel. In future, he wants to explore more applications like Excel and gaining proficiency in those applications.

## Truck Operating Cost Calculator in Excel (Create with Easy Steps)

Calculating the operating cost for a truck is very important to get the actual data regarding the profit or loss in the transportation business. But ...

## Excel VBA to Format Number with Leading Zero

Have you ever noticed that when you want to add a zero in front of any number, Excel automatically discards that? So, how can we add a zero in front of a ...

## How to Loop Through Excel Files in Folder with VBA

Often we need to do the same type of work in different workbooks. It becomes very tiresome doing the same thing again and again. In this article, we will see ...

## Excel VBA: Work with Variable in MsgBox

In this article, we will discuss how to work with the VBA MsgBox variable. We will explain the different types of variables available in VBA and use them in ...

## Excel VBA: Running a Backwards For Loop

In this article, we will discuss how to use the For Loop statement in Excel VBA to loop through a range of cells backwards. We will explain the syntax of the ...

## Excel VBA Select Case Between Two Values (6 Examples)

In this article, we will discuss the use of Excel VBA Select Case to pick between two values. We will explain the syntax of the Select Case and use it for ...

## Excel VBA Offset Column (5 Suitable Cases)

Often we need to move the active cell to the next cell without explicitly specifying its row and column coordinates. The Offset function provides a very ...

## How to Make a Roster in Excel (with Detailed Steps)

A roster usually indicates a schedule that divides the turn of duties (or even leave) in an organization for an individual or a group. From attendance tracking ...

## How to Create Clustered Scatter Plot in Excel (with Easy Steps)

A clustered scatter plot is a type of chart in Excel that displays data points as individual dots on a graph. Unlike a regular scatter plot where all data ...

## Excel MATCH Function Match Type (Greater/Less Than & Exact Match)

The MATCH function in Excel is a very useful function to find out exact or approximate data matches in Excel. However, you may have trouble choosing the match ...

## How to Calculate Sales Conversion Rate Using Formula in Excel

In this article, we will demonstrate how to calculate the sales conversion rate formula in Excel. We may need to calculate various types of calculations for ...

## How to Create Excel Checkbook Register with Reconciliation

In this article, we will demonstrate how to create an Excel checkbook register with Reconciliation. Bankers typically employ reconciliation in their daily ...

## How to Reduce Excel File Size by Deleting Blank Rows

In this article, we will demonstrate how to reduce Excel file size by deleting blank rows. Often a file in Excel becomes very large and takes a huge space in ...

## How to Use Cost Benefit Analysis Calculator in Excel

In this article, we will demonstrate how to use the cost-benefit analysis calculator in Excel. Cost-benefit analysis is a very important term in the business ...

## How to Use ISBLANK Function in Excel for Multiple Cells

ISBLANK is the function that we use to check whether a cell in Excel is empty or has value. We may use this for a cell or in a range of cells. In this ...

1. Reply Junaed-Ar-Rahman Sep 18, 2023 at 7:22 PM

Hello Michiel,

Thanks for your question. If you want to add new products to the dataset and include them in your calculation, you will have to convert the range into a table. Then you will be able to add as many new products as you required by inserting new rows in the dataset.

On the other hand, if the products in the dataset are discontinued, you don’t need to modify any cells that contain the “Quantity” or “Revenue” values since we are not doing any arithmetic operation on them. For safety reasons, you can apply the IFERROR()function in all the cells where you are applying formula. For example, you would change the formula in Column G into IFERROR(E5/C5). The exception is the cells where we will calculate the sum of different values. For those cells, we will modify the formula of M11 into SUM(IF(ISNUMBER(M5:M10), M5:M10)).

Hopefully, you have got the desired answer.

2. Reply Junaed-Ar-Rahman Sep 10, 2023 at 1:07 PM

Hello Terry Smith,

Thanks for your question. Most probably you are using a function like TODAY() function to find the first date in our worksheet. Then you have applied the Fill Handle feature. That’s why, the days are updating every day. The solution to this problem is to manually input the first date and then apply the Fill Handle feature.

Also, if your problem is different from the problem that I have assumed, then give us the Excel files. It will be convenient for us to solve the issue.

3. Reply Junaed-Ar-Rahman Mar 9, 2023 at 1:00 PM

Dear HARIRI,

When you use the following command in your code, the prompt will not appear.   