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Hi Guys,
I was wondering if it was possible to make a custom Format in the Format Cells box.
I wanted to do a weight loss spreadsheet using the Imperial measurements. The UK guys will know what I mean.
Here in the UK we usually use Stones and Pounds for example 12 Stone 5pounds(lbs).
Now there are 14 pounds to 1 stone. So how I have had to do this is have the stone and pounds in two separate cells. and then have a 3rd cell that will take the value in the 'stone' cell and times that by 14 and then add the pounds value to that. In the above example of 12st 5lbs, the total value in pounds would be 173lbs.
To reverse this I simply divide 173/14 rounded to 0 decimal places to ensure a whole number. Then to get the pounds value I times that 12 stone by 14 to get 168, once I have that figure I take the 168 away from 173 and I get my 5 pounds.
What I wanted to know is, could a VBA code be made that would do all these calculations in one cell and then I could have a custom format say in the above example 125 and then the VBA code would treat both figures either side of the '' as separate numbers?
Can this be done?
Thanks.
Hey everyone,
Basically what i want to do is enter a number into a cell and have it display the number, but then also label it as "lbs" for pounds.
example:
i type 1000
it formats to 1,000 lbs
i figure this could be done if there was a way to add a custom format style, but i'm not sure how to do this. any help?
thanks
jason
I am trying to convert a fractional measurement of lbs into pounds and a fractional ounces. For example I want to convert 69 1/8 to a cell that says "4 lbs 5 1/8 oz" The conversion itself isn't a problem, I have a cell that finds the pounds and a cell that finds the oz's, but I can't figure out how to join them. Using either CONCATENATE or & I get "4 lb 5.125 oz" Can someone please tell me how to do this. I've bee trying to play with custom formats but that hasn't worked either, but I honestly never use that so it may be lack of knowledge on my part trying to use custom formats.
Thanks
I have a suite of reports on 50 excel sheets, calculating data from one main source. The results are in pounds, but I want to convert it to £'000s without the need to use a formula. I am sure there is a custom data format that I could use. Can anybody help?
I have a formula that I would like to display the result as pounds and
ounces. I created and custom format that will display as (for example) "14.25
lbs" but I would like it to display as 14 lbs 4 oz. It must display as a
number and not text. Any help would be great!
Thanks,
I have a table of conversions.
for example:
3.60 pounds in cell a1. cell a2 is to take the .60 pounds remaining in cell a1 and convert that to ounces, 9.6.
When this happens I want the pounds to only display the whole number rounded down.
so: 3 pounds in cell a1 and 9.6 ounces in cell a2.
The problem is when I used the rounddown function in a1 to make it display the whole number, cell a2 reads it as 0 becuase theres nothing left to convert. When I used the format cells function to display 0 decimals it rounds it up sometimes. I always need it rounded down. What should I do?
Hi,
I have this function to format the input depending on a minmax limit...
between 0 and 5 pounds, write 0;
between 5 and 10 pounds, write 5;
between 10 and 15 pounds, write 10;
between 15 and 1000 pounds, write 15;
Here is the function:
=IF(AND(D7>0,D75,D710,D7>15),10,IF(AND(D7>15,D7
Hi,
I am creating a simple spreadsheet to catalog some magazines. One of the columns shows the cover price which is okay for post 1970 magazines as it is in Pounds Sterling, but is there anyway I can get Excel to recognize Pounds/Shillings/Pence as currency. So put in "8d" for example without setting the field to a text format?
I want to be able to add up the total cost of some items based on their cover price but if I set the required cells to text format I cannot do this automatically using the Sum forumla.
Can anyone tell me if it is possible to have both Pounds Sterling and Pounds/Sillings/Pence as currencies in the same table or is using a text field for the latter the only option?
Thanks
Max
I am looking for a way to take the weight input in cell "G2" and use it to calulate the below information:
Less than 150 pounds = 20 Points
150 to 174 pounds = 22 Points
175 to 199 pounds = 24 Points
200 to 224 pounds = 26 Points
225 to 250 pounds = 28 Points
250 to 275 pounds = 30 Points
275 to 300 pounds = 31 Points
300 to 325 pounds = 32 Points
325 to 350 pounds = 33 Points
Over 350 pounds = 34 Points
And place it in cell "D20".
I have been looking and I see that Excel only allows 7 arguments in an if statement. How would I go about putting all this into a function.
To clarify:
D20=G2<150 I need it to put 20 in the cell and so on for all of the above. Should this be an if statement at all?
Hi There
I have a fancy number format which I like to use looks like this:
_(* #,##0.0,_);[Red]_(* (#,##0.0,);_(* ""_);_(@_)
I would like to add it as a custom number format, the problem is if
I go formatcellsnumbercustom and add it to the type, this works great while I am in the workbook but if I close the workbook, when I reopen another workbook or open another session on excel the custom number format is no longer there.
Does anyone know how I can add a custom number format so I can keep using it regardless if I close excel and reopen.
Kind Regards
Thomas
Hi all,
I'm pretty confused about the custom section of Format Cell Number.
Below is the custom code I get from, when I select category accounting Rp.
_([$Rp421]* #,##0_);_([$Rp421]* (#,##0);_([$Rp421]* ""_);_(@_)
Can somebody tell me why in order to format a number into Currency with aligned space for Currency symbol and the amount need to use that code in custom?
Anyone can give me knowledge about custom number format so I can understand and in future will know what I want and how to code.
Now, the solution I need urgently is how to custom format that code, so when a 0 (Zero) is entered into a cell, the cell display blank and not Rp. 
Thank you
Hi all,
Here is an example of what I'm trying to do, and how I would like the data displayed:
A1=178 and I want to get to: B1=12st 10lbs
Now, if I use the formula =A1/14, I get the value 12.71. Is there a way of converting this into the above format?
For display purposes, I can probably use a custom number format, but I first need to get the right value into B1.
How about separating the 12 from the .71? Then I could display the two values separately in the same cell, after using a formula on the .71 to turn it into 10. Is this possible?
Thanks a lot for any advice!
Martin
Hello,
I am looking or a formula that will take decimal pounds and display poundsounces, not even sure that excel can display poundsounces. I am fairly good with formulas but beyond add, subtract, multiply and divide I am clueless.
A very simple example of what I am looking to do:
cell A1 is entered as 1.5
I want a formula in cell A2 that will display 1lb6ozs
TIA
aart
Hi, I feel so stupid because this is such an easy formula. Its just my
brain isn't working lately (been sick) and its driving me crazy.
Anyway, this is the problem
A1 = number of cards
A2 = how many pounds the cards weigh
1,000 cards = 8.5 pounds
So if I have 1400 cards that would be like 11 pounds.
So I need to make an ongoing chart of this.
Please help! thanks so much. (I hope that made sense)
I have 2 columns for weight.
Col A is in pounds
Col B is in ounces
16 ounces = 1 pound
The columns are totaled using @SUM. Typical totals are 12 pounds and
37 ounces. I want the next line to show the correct presentation which
is 14 pounds and 5 ounces.
How can this be done?
Hello,
I've got a column that displays a series of weights in stones & pounds (both
in the one cell). How do I get a chart to recognise and display in the same
format?
Regards,
mikelenno
I have the following #: 1,234,567
I want the format to be 1.23
How do I do that?
I've gotten to the thousands with the following:
#.##,;(#.##,);;
, but I can't get it to the millions.
With the above custom format, I get 1.23 if my value is 1,234.
I am NOT going to just divide my number by 1,000,000 to get my desired result so please do no suggest that. I need a custom format solution. Thanks.
I have the following #: 1,234,567
I want the format to be 1.23
How do I do that?
I've gotten to the thousands with the following:
#.##,;(#.##,);;
, but I can't get it to the millions.
With the above custom format, I get 1.23 if my value is 1,234.
I am NOT going to just divide my number by 1,000,000 to get my desired result so please do no suggest that. I need a custom format solution. Thanks.
I have the following #: 1,234,567
I want the format to be 1.23
How do I do that?
I've gotten to the thousands with the following:
#.##,;(#.##,);;
, but I can't get it to the millions.
With the above custom format, I get 1.23 if my value is 1,234.
I am NOT going to just divide my number by 1,000,000 to get my desired result so please do no suggest that. I need a custom format solution. Thanks.
I'm trying to write a spreadsheet to calculate the pounds and ounces of different foods to feed my dog, cat, and kitten, based on their weight.
In this thread Marcol helped another poster with a spreadsheet for figuring weights of fish, but when I opened it, the formulas would not display.
Attached is my spreadsheet so far. It's got values in kilograms but my scale only weighs pounds and ounces.
Thanks for helping!
I am trying to custom format cells to display "1010001CM" after only "1010001cm" is typed. I have been able to format it with just the numbers but everytime I enter the text it no longer formats. The number format will always be the same "#######AA" The letters may be CM, CW, or CC. Does anyone have a suggestion on how this custom format code? Any help would be appreciated! Thank you!
I'm trying to select the appropriate format for a cell that contains a number. The format available in excel have a selection of custom formats whose description are a series of #!$%. But I can't figure out how to make sense of these custom formats. Am I able to create one?
In short, I'm trying to format my numbers so that they have 2 decimal places always, if the value is equal to zero to display a simple dash "" and if they are negative I would like them to show the negative sign before the number (i.e. 0.23).
Thanks
I created a weight loss worksheet. The columns are as follows:
Current Weight
Weekly Pounds Lost
Total Pounds Lost
Pounds to Goal
I have no problems with the formulas for the Total Pounds Lost and the
Pounds to Goal...however, the column with the Weekly Pounds Lost doesn't
change automatically each week I enter in the current weight.
I did copy the formula down...but, I don't want the values to show up until
I enter the weekly current weight numbers/column.
Here are my formulas (the current weight column I enter in the number, the
rest of the columns should update automaticaly):
Column 2 (Weekly Pounds Lost)
=SUM(D7D8)
=SUM(D8D9)
=SUM(D9D10) etc...etc.
Column 3 (Total Pounds Lost)
=SUM($D$4D8)
=SUM($D$4D9)
etc...etc...
Column 4 (Pounds to Goal)
=SUM(D8$D$5)
=SUM(D9$D$5)
etc...etc...
So, what formula can I enter into the 2nd column so the values don't show up
until I enter the current weightin column 1? Right now it shows after the
first four weekly current weight values entered as:
12.0
5.0
2.0
3.0
#VALUE!
#VALUE!
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
etc...etc.
I hope I explained this well!
....also, if you can be patient with me...I'm not an Excel expert...just know
BASIC formulas!
Thank you for ANY help!!
Hi,
I am working on a sheet that logs sales enquiries and quotations. The quotations may be made in either Dollars, Euros or Pounds. However, I want the 'reporting' column to be Pounds. I would appreciate any advice on the simplest way of achieving this.
Imagine column A is dollars, column B is Euros and column C is pounds. Most of the time the quotations are done in pounds and the other two columns will be blank. Also, there will only ever be one figure quoted per row. Would it be easier to create a fourth column (D) to consolidate the three separate figures together? We are using fixed exchange rates for the year, so to convert to pounds we will multiply any dollar quotations by 0.5 and any euro quotations will be multiplied by 0.69.
Many thanks,
Doug.
I am entering daily totals for my milking cows' production. I would like to have a current daily average showing after I enter each day's total. My problem is that the number of days the total production is divided by is variable, based on how many days each cow has produced milk in each month.
I have a generic template that I use for each month.
Column A has 131 listed down, starting at A4,
Column B has Cow #1's total pounds
Column C has Cow #1's total gallons, which is column B divided by 8.6
Column D has Cow #2's total pounds
Column E has Cow #2's total gallons, which is column D divided by 8.6
Column F has Cow #3's total pounds
Column G has Cow #3's total gallons, which is column F divided by 8.6
B1 has Cow #1's total pounds for the month
B2 has Cow #1's total gallons for the month
D1 has Cow #2's total pounds for the month
D2 has Cow #2's total gallons for the month
F1 has Cow #3's total pounds for the month
F2 has Cow #3's total gallons for the month
Row 3 has headings
I was thinking of somehow defining how many cells in each column has data in it and subtracting that from the first 3 rows of heading and totals and dividing the total pounds by that number it would give me a daily average, but I have no idea how to do that. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you so much for any help you can give. If anyone want's to see the worksheet, I would be happy to email it.
Shalali, the FarmGirl