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1. Reply 2. Reply Greetings, Nat Troy. We don’t have a large enough dataset to test your problem. Please send us your file to [email protected]. So we can take a closer look at the issue.

3. Reply Thank you, Calvin, for your query. I’m replying on behalf of ExcelDemy. You need to select the values of column A and then apply the conditional formatting to them. The condition will be similar to this image. Steps do the formatting is already mentioned in this article. • Here is the output. 4. Reply You can duplicate the months below the first month for multiple months’ data. Moreover, if you need to remove the values, you can just click the cell range and hit the Delete button. I have added the leave record format for four months in the following file. This can be found on the LeaveReord sheet.
Leave Record for User

5. Reply Greetings Ethan. I’m sorry to see you’re missing a feature. You can submit feature requests to Microsoft via their website or community forums.

6. Reply Hello Andrew, Your question is not clear to us. Can you send the Excel file to [email protected]? So, we can take a closer look at the issue.

7. Reply You can use the following code to include the subject and CC columns.

``````Public Sub SendReminderMail()
'Declare the variables
Dim XDueDate As Range
Dim XRcptsEmail As Range
Dim xMailContent As Range
Dim xRngDn As Range
Dim xCrtOut As Object
Dim xValDateRng As String
Dim xValSendRng As String
Dim k As Long
Dim xMailSections As Object
Dim xFinalRw As Long
Dim CrVbLf As String
Dim xMsg As String
Dim xSubEmail As Range
Dim xCCMail As Range
On Error Resume Next
'To select the date column insert a input box
Set XDueDate = Application.InputBox("Select the column for Deadline/Due Date date column:", "ExcelDemy", , , , , , 8)
If XDueDate Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
'Insert a input box for selecting the recipients
Set XRcptsEmail = Application.InputBox("Choose the column for the email addresses of the recipients:", "ExcelDemy", , , , , , 8)
If XRcptsEmail Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
'To enter the text mail, insert a input box
Set xMailContent = Application.InputBox("In your email, choose the column with the reminded text:", "ExcelDemy", , , , , , 8)
If xMailContent Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
'To enter the subject mail, insert a input box
Set xSubEmail = Application.InputBox("In your email, choose the column with the subject text:", "ExcelDemy", , , , , , 8)
If xSubEmail Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
'To enter the CC mail, insert a input box
Set xCCMail = Application.InputBox("In your email, choose the column with the CC column:", "ExcelDemy", , , , , , 8)
If xCCMail Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
'Count rows for the due dates
xFinalRw = XDueDate.Rows.Count
Set XDueDate = XDueDate(1)
Set XRcptsEmail = XRcptsEmail(1)
Set xMailContent = xMailContent(1)
Set xSubEmail = xSubEmail(1)
Set xCCMail = xCCMail(1)
'Set command to open MS Outlook Application
Set xCrtOut = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
'Apply For loop to conduct the operation in each row one by one
For k = 1 To xFinalRw
xValDateRng = ""
xValDateRng = XDueDate.Offset(k - 1).Value
'Apply If condition for the Due Date values
If xValDateRng <> "" Then
'Condition set to send mail if the difference between due dates and current date is greater than 1 and less than 7 days
'Means 1 < X< 7, X = Due Date - Current Date
If CDate(xValDateRng) - Date <= 7 And CDate(xValDateRng) - Date > 0 Then
xValSendRng = XRcptsEmail.Offset(k - 1).Value
'Create the subject, body and text contents with the required variables
xSubEmail = xSubEmail.Offset(k - 1).Value
xCCMail = xCCMail.Offset(k - 1).Value
CrVbLf = "<br><br>"
xMsg = "<HTML><BODY>"
xMsg = xMsg & "Dear " & xValSendRng & CrVbLf
xMsg = xMsg & "Text : " & xMailContent.Offset(k - 1).Value & CrVbLf
xMsg = xMsg & "</BODY></HTML>"
'Create the email
Set xMailSections = xCrtOut.CreateItem(0)
'Define the position to place the Subject, Body and Recipients Address
With xMailSections
.Subject = xSubEmail
.CC = xCCMail
.To = xValSendRng
.HTMLBody = xMsg
.Display
'.Send
End With
Set xMailSections = Nothing
End If
End If
Next
Set xCrtOut = Nothing
End Sub
``````

The following image shows the output. 8. Reply Greetings, Fethiye Kiralik Villa. I am responding on behalf of ExcelDemy. I’ve tested the =hyperlink method, and it works perfectly for me. Make sure you have the latest version of Acrobat. Alternatively, you can try to reset all the settings in Adobe Acrobat Reader.

9. Reply Greetings George. I am replying on behalf of ExcelDemy. There was an issue with the code in the file. I have updated the file. This works perfectly fine for a “+” character in the text. 10. Reply Thank you, Alberto, for your question. I am replying on behalf of ExcelDemy. You can manually set the waiting time by using-
ActiveWorkbook.RefreshAll
Application.Wait (Now + TimeValue(“0:00:05”))
…..other lines of code

Here, it will wait for five seconds. You modify it to suit your needs.

11. Reply Thank you, Gilles Laurence, for your comment. I am replying on behalf of ExcelDemy. The custom number format works perfectly on our end. The French number system uses a comma for a decimal separator and a space for thousand separators. You can change the thousand separators from the Advanced tab on the Excel Options to solve this. 12. Reply Greetings, Michael. I’m responding on ExcelDemy’s behalf. Yes, the methods presented work the same way for Excel tables after I converted the provided dataset into a table.

13. Reply Hi, Frank!
You can create a helper column and input “Yes” for the sent mails. Then, you can run the VBA code to sent the values without the “Yes” values. That way, the mail will be sent only to those not sent to before.
You can also email us your Excel file with detailed instructions to [email protected], so that we can give you a proper code to solve the problem.

14. Reply Thank you, Rob, for your comment. To make the function available all the time, you can copy the code and paste the VBA code in a workbook. Then, save that workbook as Excel Add-in (*.xlam) file. Then, you will need to enable this add-in for a new Excel file. Thus, the function will be available as long as the add-in is enabled. Additionally, you will need to install the font beforehand.

Let’s assume, you have exported the Excel file as “code 128.xlam” file. Then, you will need to enable this (File > Options > Add-ins > select Go). Then, you will need to enable the exported file name (in our case it is “code 128) and press OK. After doing this, whenever you create a new Excel file, you will be able to use this “CODE128()” function without copying the VBA code.

15. Reply Hello, EG Barber thank you for your question. You can use the following code and paste inside your sheet (right click on the sheet, select View Code and paste the code there) to get an automatic VBA sum feature.

``````Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
Dim our_cell_range As Range
Set our_cell_range = Range("C5:C10")
If Not Application.Intersect(our_cell_range, Range(Target.Address)) Is Nothing Then
Range("C11") = Application.WorksheetFunction.Sum(our_cell_range)
End If
End Sub``````

The following animated image shows the solution in action. 16. Reply Hello Robin. This code should work for you. It will make the image fit in the output cell, keep the aspect ratio constant, and the image will not disappear.

``````Option Explicit
Sub URLPhotoInsert2()
Dim cPhoto As String
Dim cPicture As Shape
Dim cRange As Range
Dim cItem As Range
Set cRange = Range("C5:C10")
For Each cItem In cRange
cPhoto = cItem.Offset(0, -1)
If cPhoto = "" Then GoTo line33
msoFalse, msoTrue, Columns(cItem.Column).Left, _
Rows(cItem.Row).Top, -1, -1)
If cPicture.Width > cItem.Width Then cPicture.Width = cItem.Width
If cPicture.Height > cItem.Height Then cPicture.Height = cItem.Height
With cPicture
.Top = Rows(cItem.Row).Top + (Rows(cItem.Row).Height - .Height) / 2
.Left = Columns(cItem.Column).Left + (.TopLeftCell.Width - .Width) / 2
.LockAspectRatio = msoTrue
.Placement = xlMoveAndSize
End With
line33:
cPhoto = ""
Next
End Sub``````
17. Reply Hello Danielle D, Thank you for your question. For the first question, you can add a line break using the CHAR function. CHAR(10) to be more specific. There are some feature limitations in the HYPERLINK method. You need to use the other methods to do more advanced stuff.

Then, for the second question, if you send your Excel file to [email protected], we will try to modify the VBA code according to your needs.

18. Reply Hello Bill Allcock, Excel formulas can’t move data. So, we’re making a copy of the value. You need to use VBA to do so. Moreover, you can send us your sample Excel file to [email protected] and we will try to solve your problem using VBA.

19. Reply Hello Andreas, you need to add the following line to ignore the error.

``On Error Resume Next``
20. Reply Thank you Anthony for your question. Let’s assume you have this data in 4 sheets and you want to copy the rows that has conflict. Now, the output should contain only the “yes” from the 4 sheets: To copy values from 4 sheets to a new sheet, use the following VBA code

``````Option Explicit
Sub Copy_Conflict_Values_New_Sheet()
Dim xRange As Range
Dim End_Row, SheetNumber As Integer
Worksheets("Output").Range("X5:Z100").ClearContents
For SheetNumber = 1 To 4
Worksheets(SheetNumber).Activate
For Each xRange In Range("Z4:Z" & Cells(Rows.Count, "Z").End(xlUp).Row)
End_Row = Worksheets("Output").Range("Z" & Worksheets("Output").Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
If xRange.Value = "Yes" Then
Rows(xRange.Row).Copy Destination:=Worksheets("Output").Rows(End_Row + 1)
End_Row = End_Row + 1
End If
Next
Next SheetNumber
End Sub``````
21. Reply Paul, we appreciate your analysis. That 1 represents column_number, which is an optional argument. You can omit that in the original formula and it will still return Ricky Ben.

=INDEX(B5:B24,MATCH(1,INDEX((C5:C24=100)*(D5:D24=100)*(E5:E24=100),0),0),1)

22. Reply Just a reminder, if anyone wants to copy and paste this formula, the quotes need to be straight (“”), not curly (“”). Otherwise, they will get the #N/A error.

1. Excel 365
=FIND(MID(C5,LOOKUP(9^9,FIND(“/”,C5,SEQUENCE(LEN(C5)))),9^9),C5)

2. Earlier Versions
=FIND(MID(C5,LOOKUP(9^9,FIND(“/”,C6,ROW(1:100))),9^9),C5)

23. Reply You can use this code to keep the image proportion.

``````Sub Keeping_Aspect_Ratio_Constant()
Dim cPhoto As String
Dim cPicture As Picture
Dim cRange As Range
Dim cItem As Range
Set cRange = Range("C5:C7")
For Each cItem In cRange
cPhoto = cItem.Offset(0, -1)
If cPhoto = "" Then GoTo line33
Set cPicture = ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(cPhoto)
With cPicture
.ShapeRange.LockAspectRatio = msoTrue
.Width = cItem.Width
If .Height > cItem.Height Then .Height = cItem.Height
.Top = Rows(cItem.Row).Top + (Rows(cItem.Row).Height - .Height) / 2
.Left = Columns(cItem.Column).Left + (.TopLeftCell.Width - .Width) / 2
.Placement = xlMoveAndSize
End With
line33:
cPhoto = ""
Next
End Sub
``````

Here is the output. 24. Reply Hello Claudiu, thank you for your question. The following steps will execute the VBA code whenever you change the dates.

Press ALT+F11 to bring up the VBA window. Then, right click on “Sheet1” and select View Code. Then, type the following VBA code. This code will call the SendReminderMail Sub whenever, a value changes in the cell range D5:D7.

``````Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal xTarget As Range)
If Not Intersect(xTarget, Range("D5:D7")) Is Nothing Then
Call SendReminderMail
End If
End Sub`````` After that, we’ve set the cell ranges instead of using the input box. For example, the code for xDueDate is changed to:

``Set XDueDate = Range("D5:D7")``

Then, when you change the date, it will automatically execute the macro. However, if this doesn’t solve your problem, you can mail us your Excel file with detailed instructions to: [email protected], and we’ll try to solve it as soon as possible.

25. Reply Thank you, Dan, for your comment. If the values are in text format, then the COUNTIF function will return zero. You can see that we have used a IF formula, which returns TRUE when the value from column B is greater than five. Notice the output is in text format. • Now, if we want to count the number of FALSE in the column C, it will return zero. • There are two solutions for this issue. Firstly, you can add asterisks (*) with the criteria. • Another way is to change the formula in column C to return TRUE or FALSE as Boolean values. • Then, the COUNTIF function will return the correct value. However, if this doesn’t solve your problem, you can mail us your Excel file to: [email protected], and we’ll try to solve it as soon as possible.

26. Reply Hello Cielo. Thank you for your question. I have tested the function on Excel 365, 2021, and 2013 versions. On first two version, you simply press ENTER and the formula will be spilled. However, in Excel 2013 if you press that, it will only show the first value.

Here, we have typed the formula in cell C5. Then, pressed CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. But, only the first value is seen. To solve this, you need to follow these steps:
1. Select the cell ranges C5:C8 first. 2. Type the formula =MODE.MULT(B5:B11) 3. Press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER. So, it will show all the mode values. Additionally, we have selected four cells, but there are only three outputs. Therefore, there is a “#N/A” for that reason. 27. Reply Hello Andrew, you can download this Excel file which allows users to enter any amounts (including zero payments). Here, you need to input your value in Total Periods cell. 28. Reply you can download this Excel file which allows users to enter any amounts (including zero payments). Moreover, you can see amount to be paid at the last balance, which is 11,368. 29. Reply Hello Kenneth Mayfield. you can download this Excel file which allows users to enter any amounts (including zero payments). 30. Reply Hello, Michael Cooper. you can download this Excel file which allows users to enter any amounts (including zero payments). 31. Reply 32. Reply Hello Gerry Candeloro, this works perfectly on our end. Here the interest is compounded annually, and the payment due is Monthly and Bi Weekly. 33. Reply 34. Reply Hi Sohel! Your problem is not clear to us. You can email us the problem [email protected]

35. Reply Hello Elizabeth D Jones, the template was available on the top of the article. If you still cannot find the link, you can download from here.

36. Reply You can split the payment schedule into desired quarters and calculate the payments using that quarters’ interest rates.

37. Reply Different credit cards have different grace periods. You can send us your Excel file and we will look into it.

38. Reply 39. Reply Hi Lisa. You can use the YEARFRAC function to calculate the days difference in fraction of that year. Then, you can multiply the result with the annual interest payment (in this case, scheduled monthly payment*12) to include the pro-rata interest.

40. Reply I have modified the VBA code from the second method to handle blank cells for your dataset. Please check the solution to your first comment.

41. Reply Hello Amilia. Thank you for your question. You can use the following VBA code to ignore blank cells within the range.

``````Sub URLPhotoInsert2()
Dim cPhoto As String
Dim cPicture As Picture
Dim cRange As Range
Dim cItem As Range
Set cRange = Range("C5:C10")
For Each cItem In cRange
cPhoto = cItem.Offset(0, -1)
If cPhoto = "" Then GoTo line33
Set cPicture = ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(cPhoto)
With cPicture
.ShapeRange.LockAspectRatio = msoFalse
.Width = cItem.Width
.Height = cItem.Height
.Top = Rows(cItem.Row).Top
.Left = Columns(cItem.Column).Left
.Placement = xlMoveAndSize
End With
line33:
cPhoto = ""
Next
End Sub`````` 42. Reply Hello Missy, If you change the list it will change the results, both are the same. Your question “can I then edit the column with the book title in it?” is not clear to us. It will be better for us, if you create a sample Excel file of what you want and share it with us. Thanks.

43. Reply 44. Reply Thank you Lyn for your comment.

You can try the ZIP method to remove password from the Excel file.

This may not work with Excel 365 version and you will need to use an “Excel password recovery utility”.

45. Reply Thank you Chelsea for your comment. We have checked the code and it’s working perfectly on our end. Here, we have set the date as

``=DATE(2022,8,21)``

and 1 as the increment. Did you follow the steps correctly? If yes, then you can send your Excel file and we can take a look into that.

46. Reply Thank you Brian for your comment.

Actually, we believe you are right. However, in Excel the NORMDIST function shows the probability mass function when it is set to False. We have kept the original naming as it. Moreover, if you go through the official documentation, you will notice it is written as “density function” in the latter part. So, chances are it may be displayed as ”probability mass function” but actually it is calculating the ”continuous values”. 47. Reply • You can modify the code to convert Pipe Delimited CSV files to XLSX using the Command Line.
``````'======================================
' Convert CSV to xlsx Command Line
'======================================

srccsvfile = Wscript.Arguments(0)
tgtxlsfile = Wscript.Arguments(1)

'Create an Excel worksheet where you want to place the file

On Error Resume Next
'Set a variable and define
Set ObjectiveFileExcel = GetObject(,"Excel.Application")

'If condition for creating new instance if the find is not found
If Err.Number = 429 Then '> 0

'Set a command to create new instance
Set ObjectiveFileExcel = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
End If

ObjectiveFileExcel.Visible = false

'Give a command to import CSV into Excel
Set ImportWbk = ObjectiveFileExcel.Workbooks.open(srccsvfile)
Set ImportWbk1 = ImportWbk.Worksheets(1)

'Code for Pipe Delimiter
.FieldNames = True
.RowNumbers = False
.RefreshOnFileOpen = False
.RefreshStyle = xlInsertDeleteCells
.SaveData = True
.RefreshPeriod = 0
.TextFilePromptOnRefresh = False
.TextFilePlatform = 437
.TextFileStartRow = 1
.TextFileParseType = xlDelimited
.TextFileTextQualifier = xlTextQualifierDoubleQuote
.TextFileConsecutiveDelimiter = False
.TextFileTabDelimiter = False
.TextFileSemicolonDelimiter = False
.TextFileSpaceDelimiter = False
.TextFileOtherDelimiter = "|"
.TextFileColumnDataTypes = Array(1, 1, 1)
.TextFileTrailingMinusNumbers = True
.Refresh False
End With

'Set a command to adjust column widths
Set ObjectiveRng = ImportWbk1.UsedRange
ObjectiveRng.EntireColumn.Autofit()
' ObjectiveFileExcel.Columns(intColumns).AutoFit()
'Next

'Give TRUE statement to set the column Headings Bold
ObjectiveFileExcel.Rows(1).Font.Bold = TRUE

'Give TRUE statement to freeze panes for the Header Row
With ObjectiveFileExcel.ActiveWindow
.SplitColumn = 0
.SplitRow = 1
End With
ObjectiveFileExcel.ActiveWindow.FreezePanes = True

ObjectiveFileExcel.Rows(1).AutoFilter

ObjectiveFileExcel.Rows(1).Interior.ColorIndex = 31

'Save the worksheet
ImportWbk1.SaveAs tgtxlsfile, 51

'Make free the Lock on worksheetsheet
ObjectiveFileExcel.Quit()
Set ImportWbk1 = Nothing
Set ImportWbk = Nothing
Set ObjectiveFileExcel = Nothing``````
• Then, type this on the PowerShell and hit ENTER.
``.\convert-csv-to-excel C:\Users\Admin\Desktop\source.csv C:\Users\Admin\Desktop\converted.xlsx``
48. Reply You can do that by following these three steps:
1. You can insert any files using the Insert > Object command. 49. Reply Hey Ash, thank you for your question.

Suppose, we have these three items in cell Z2 as a Dropdown List:
X
Y
Z
Then, if we choose X, then it should display as a list in AA2 cell:
P
Q
R

Now, to do that, select cell range that contains PQR (eg. T1:T3), then use Name Range
PQR as X. Similarly, name the ranges as Y and Z for their corresponding cell ranges.

Next, use Data Validation on cell AA2.
Allow: List
Source: =INDIRECT(Z2)

Then, it should do what you want.

TLDR; Use Name Range and INDIRECT function inside Data Validation.

50. Reply Thank you MOE for your wonderful question. To do this you need to apply the following Custom Cell Format.

``[<=1000000]  #,"K";[>1000000]   #,,"M"``
51. Reply You can do this by combining IF function with your formula.
Create multiple tables for your price information for the years. Refer the year to a cell and the use it to change the VLOOKUP’s “table_array”.

For example the year is on cell F4,

now you can type, =IF(F4=2023,IFERROR(VLOOKUP(B5,’Material Pricing’!B5:D7,3,0),””),IF(F4=2024,IFERROR(VLOOKUP(B5,’Material Pricing’!B13:D15,3,0),””),””))

If the year is 2023, then the “table_array” will be B5:D7
IF 2024, it will be B13:D15.
Else it will return a blank.

52. Reply 53. Reply Thank you for your question. You need to use Underscore (“_”) between two words in the Name Range.

54. Reply In my second code, instead of “ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert” you can try using “ActiveSheet.Shapes.AddPicture”, which should embed the images in the Excel file and it will not disappear.

the modified VBA code from the second method will be:

``````Sub URLPhotoInsert2()

Dim cPhoto As String
Dim cPicture As Shape
Dim cRange As Range
Dim cItem As Range

Set cRange = Range("C5:C10")
For Each cItem In cRange
cPhoto = cItem.Offset(0, -1)
If cPhoto = "" Then Exit Sub
msoFalse, msoTrue, Columns(cItem.Column).Left, _
Rows(cItem.Row).Top, cItem.Width, cItem.Height)

With cPicture
.LockAspectRatio = msoFalse
.Placement = xlMoveAndSize
End With

Next

End Sub``````
55. Reply 56. Reply You need to change Google Drive’s Shared URL when inputting it into the cell.
For example, if I share an image the URL will be -> “https://drive.google.com/file/d/18r34oAVY8-bicTmf3CaTIumuHp_hqZxH/view?usp=sharing”.
Then, I need to change it to -> “https://drive.google.com/uc?export=view&id=18r34oAVY8-bicTmf3CaTIumuHp_hqZxH” (putting the values after d/ inside the id values of the URL).

And for your second question, I think the URL is not correct, if I remove the image resolution info from the URL, then it works perfectly in my second code.

57. Reply According to your example, Set cRange = Range(“C5, C8, C11”)
Then, you’ll need to change the height & width to MergeArea
.Width = cItem.MergeArea.Width
.Height = cItem.MergeArea.Height

Full Code >

``````Sub URLPhotoInsert2()
Dim cPhoto As String
Dim cPicture As Picture
Dim cRange As Range
Dim cItem As Range
Set cRange = Range("C5, C8, C11")
For Each cItem In cRange
cPhoto = cItem.Offset(0, -1)
If cPhoto = "" Then Exit Sub
Set cPicture = ActiveSheet.Pictures.Insert(cPhoto)
With cPicture
.ShapeRange.LockAspectRatio = msoFalse
.Width = cItem.MergeArea.Width
.Height = cItem.MergeArea.Height
.Top = Rows(cItem.Row).Top
.Left = Columns(cItem.Column).Left
.Placement = xlMoveAndSize
End With
Next
End Sub``````

The output will be this: https://ibb.co/KXHVzSC

58. Reply Thank You. 