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Browsing All Comments By: Saquib
  1. No, it is not possible cause the VLOOKUP function in Excel cannot be used to enter multiple criteria as a lookup value, so you won’t be able to get your desired result.

  2. 1. First, use the now() function to extract time from the date in another column: copy the date, press Ctrl+1, select Custom, and then enter h:mm AM/PM in the Type field. To copy the date you have to use the formula:
    = cell reference

    2. After getting the Time column, you need to use the IF function to find the Present and Late column. The formula will be:
    =IF(Time column cell>$absolute reference cell,”Present”,”Late”)
    In this case, 7:30 AM would be the absolute cell reference.

    3. In order to find only the Late comers, you need to use the IF function. The formula will be
    =IF(Present and Late column cell=$absolute reference cell,”Late”, “”)

    4. Using Pivot Table, you can transfer the Present and Late Column to another sheet. Select the Insert tab, select Pivot Table, enter the whole table in the range option and finally select New Worksheet. You must select the rows or columns that you want to display in the pivot table after the PivotTable Fileds pane appears.

  3. Thank you so much for sharing this information with me.

  4. It is effective. Thank you for providing this information.

  5. Hi MICHELLE,
    Greetings and thank you for your inquiry.

    To apply the above formula to the extra payment, you need to change the formula in cell H12 as follows:
    =H11+G12-D12
    This means (Original Balance-Principal-Extra Payment).
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  6. Greetings, WALKER!
    Your question is greatly appreciated.

    The process is the same if you have different country codes. Just change the country code number. For instance, if you want to change a telephone number to a UK format.
    Firstly, select the phone numbers from the range of cells. Next, press Ctrl+1. Select Custom from the Format Cells dialog box, then type +44 (000) 000-0000. Click on OK.

  7. Greetings, Huda.
    I appreciate you asking this question. Solved examples are available about distribution or transportation problems. You can find it here “Solving Transportation or Distribution Problems using Excel Solver”.

  8. Greetings, IVAN
    I appreciate your question. This article explains how to save multiple Excel sheets to CSV. We demonstrate not only the VBA method but also two very effective methods: using Google Sheets and using an online converter. Here, we also illustrate some basic methods to save multiple sheets of Excel to CSV by using Save As command, ‘CSV UTF-8′ Format, and CSV UTF-16 Encoding Option.

  9. Greetings ALAN,
    I appreciate you asking this question. Excel will automatically generate this date in the intermediate stage when you are trying to create a gannt chart. During the Final stage, you will notice that project-1’s starting date has been corrected.

  10. Greetings. Thank you for your question. If any of the above steps aren’t working, try searching for Microsoft Office updates and staying up-to-date with the software, or install Microsoft 365. Sometimes the little bugs and irregularities get eliminated by new updates. Then again, if you are up to date with the updates, then it might be time for a clean reinstallation of the software. By installing the updated version, you can solve the problem. To install the updated version, you have to follow the following process:

    Firstly, in Excel, you have to open File > Account.
    Next, select Update Options, and click on Update Now.

  11. Greetings. You must carry out the subsequent steps if you want to resolve the issue.
    When you run the VBA code, you will find a Microsoft Excel prompt box asking you to enter the first date.
    Subsequently, enter the date that you want to insert in the first worksheet. Enter it using the DATE function in Excel.
    To fix your problem, you have to enter the formula:
    =DATE(2022,12,28)
    Year, month, and day are shown, respectively, as (2022,12,28).
    Next, click on OK.
    Now, another Microsoft Excel prompt box will appear that will ask you to enter the increment.
    Enter the increment, and then click on the OK button.

  12. Thank you for your question. To solve the problem, you have to follow the process and code below.
    1) Firstly, write down the VBA code below.

    Sub Copy_Data_from_Another_Workbook()
    Dim wb As Workbook
    Dim newwb As Workbook
    Dim rn1 As Range
    Dim rn2 As Range
    Set wb = Application.ActiveWorkbook
    With Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogOpen)
        .Filters.Clear
        .Filters.Add "Excel 2007-13", "*.xlsx; *.xlsm; *.xlsa"
        .AllowMultiSelect = False
        .Show
        If .SelectedItems.Count > 0 Then
            Application.Workbooks.Open .SelectedItems(1)
            Set newwb = Application.ActiveWorkbook
            Set rn1 = Application.InputBox(prompt:="Select Data Range", Default:="A1", Type:=8)
            wb.Activate
            Set rn2 = Application.InputBox(prompt:="Select Destination Range", Default:="A1", Type:=8)
            rn1.Copy rn2
            rn2.CurrentRegion.EntireColumn.AutoFit
            newwb.Close False
        End If
    End With
    End Sub
    End With
    End Sub

    2) By running the code, a “File Open” window will appear on your computer.
    After that, click on the workbook you want to collect data from.
    Then, click on the OK button.

    3) Then, select the data from the source file by dragging over the range, and then click OK.

    4) After selecting the data range. Now select the destination range where you want to put the data.
    And, click OK.

    5) In the end, this will close the source file and the data will copy on the destination file.

    Below is a link to an article where you will find three different methods and different types of VBA codes that will resolve your issue.
    https://www.exceldemy.com/excel-vba-copy-data-from-another-workbook-without-opening/

  13. Thank you for your question. Yes, you can prepare it on an empty Excel sheet so that it will balance automatically when the figure is entered.

  14. Thank you for your question. This article already demonstrates the solution. To exercise while you read this article, you can download the practice workbook from the Download Practice Workbook section.

  15. Hello HUYNH LE TUAN,
    Thank you for your question. I couldn’t understand your question properly. Could you please provide your Excel workbook? It would be easy for me to solve the code error if you send me a copy of your Excel workbook. You can send your workbook here- [email protected]

  16. Hi JOHN,
    It is a pleasure to hear that this article has been helpful to you.

  17. Hi GENOBLE,
    Your question is greatly appreciated. You can easily fix your error by enabling Excel’s GetPivot Data function. If you want to enable Excel to use the GETPIVOTDATA function when you point to pivot table cells at the time of creating a formula, choose PivotTable Tools Analyze PivotTable Options Generate GetPivot Data command. Now, you can easily reference a cell on another tab in the main pivot cell.

  18. Hi Murtaza,
    Your question is greatly appreciated. By following the article “How to Update Links Without Opening File in Excel”, you can easily fix your report so that you don’t have to open multiple files.

  19. Greetings, LOIACONO.
    I appreciate you asking this question. You have to follow the “3 Shop Scheduling Problem” example from this article. If you wish to do the calculation at a time/hour level instead of a day level, you need to input hours instead of days in the Days needed column. You must then follow the example’s rest of the process to arrange jobs in a way that maximizes machine utilization.

  20. Greetings, ALF.
    It was helpful to receive the information you provided.

  21. Greetings, Raja.
    I appreciate you asking this question. You can find it here “Sequencing problem using Johnson’s algorithm of scheduling n-jobs on 2-machines”

  22. Hi Peter,
    Thank you.

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