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I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




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vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks



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Default Pull info from separate worksheet based on given criteria

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks



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Default Pull info from separate worksheet based on given criteria

I should also note that i would prefer a nice clean output without blank
lines in between the info which i why i can't use an If or And formula.

Thanks
again

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks



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Your data doesn't need to be sorted for =vlookup() to work.

Since you want an exact match (right?) based on project #, then you should make
sure you use the 4th parm (0 or false):

=vlookup(a1,sheet2!a:e,2,false)

That 4th parm = 0 or false means you want an exact match.

Chas wrote:

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




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My apologies for the confusion. I don't think I explained my worksheets very
well. I need a formula for worksheet 2 that will actually pull the project
title from Worksheet 1 if certain criteria is met. So if none of the
projects meet the criteria, then worksheet 2 would actually be empty except
for the formulas.

Thanks again!

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Your data doesn't need to be sorted for =vlookup() to work.

Since you want an exact match (right?) based on project #, then you should make
sure you use the 4th parm (0 or false):

=vlookup(a1,sheet2!a:e,2,false)

That 4th parm = 0 or false means you want an exact match.

Chas wrote:

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




--

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Default Pull info from separate worksheet based on given criteria

What's the criteria that you type into worksheet?

If it's the project id, you could use =vlookup().

If you don't type in any criteria, what would the formula be based on?

Chas wrote:

My apologies for the confusion. I don't think I explained my worksheets very
well. I need a formula for worksheet 2 that will actually pull the project
title from Worksheet 1 if certain criteria is met. So if none of the
projects meet the criteria, then worksheet 2 would actually be empty except
for the formulas.

Thanks again!

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Your data doesn't need to be sorted for =vlookup() to work.

Since you want an exact match (right?) based on project #, then you should make
sure you use the 4th parm (0 or false):

=vlookup(a1,sheet2!a:e,2,false)

That 4th parm = 0 or false means you want an exact match.

Chas wrote:

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




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the criteria is based on the percentage. I want to pull only the projects
that have a percentage greater than or equal 75% (number will change, formula
will reference a cell that contains this information). I can get several
different formulas to work on the first line, but none work when copy down or
when the the % is less than the criteria or I end up with the same result on
every line.


In the example given below, the result on Worksheet #2 would be:
Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08

Thanks again so much for taking the time to assist me with this.


"Dave Peterson" wrote:

What's the criteria that you type into worksheet?

If it's the project id, you could use =vlookup().

If you don't type in any criteria, what would the formula be based on?

Chas wrote:

My apologies for the confusion. I don't think I explained my worksheets very
well. I need a formula for worksheet 2 that will actually pull the project
title from Worksheet 1 if certain criteria is met. So if none of the
projects meet the criteria, then worksheet 2 would actually be empty except
for the formulas.

Thanks again!

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Your data doesn't need to be sorted for =vlookup() to work.

Since you want an exact match (right?) based on project #, then you should make
sure you use the 4th parm (0 or false):

=vlookup(a1,sheet2!a:e,2,false)

That 4th parm = 0 or false means you want an exact match.

Chas wrote:

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




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Dave Peterson


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I would filter the data and copy the visible rows to the other location.

But someone else may chime in with a formula approach.

Chas wrote:

the criteria is based on the percentage. I want to pull only the projects
that have a percentage greater than or equal 75% (number will change, formula
will reference a cell that contains this information). I can get several
different formulas to work on the first line, but none work when copy down or
when the the % is less than the criteria or I end up with the same result on
every line.

In the example given below, the result on Worksheet #2 would be:
Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08

Thanks again so much for taking the time to assist me with this.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

What's the criteria that you type into worksheet?

If it's the project id, you could use =vlookup().

If you don't type in any criteria, what would the formula be based on?

Chas wrote:

My apologies for the confusion. I don't think I explained my worksheets very
well. I need a formula for worksheet 2 that will actually pull the project
title from Worksheet 1 if certain criteria is met. So if none of the
projects meet the criteria, then worksheet 2 would actually be empty except
for the formulas.

Thanks again!

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Your data doesn't need to be sorted for =vlookup() to work.

Since you want an exact match (right?) based on project #, then you should make
sure you use the 4th parm (0 or false):

=vlookup(a1,sheet2!a:e,2,false)

That 4th parm = 0 or false means you want an exact match.

Chas wrote:

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




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Thanks for your help.

The problem with the filter is that it's a shared workbook and for the
advanced filter, you have to unshare the workbook.

Does anyone know if this would be possible to do with a macro? A basic
looping if then statement.

I don't know how to compose macros but the general statement would be select
tab "Active B&P", if cell "C2" is greater than or equal to Tab "Labor $s"
cell "B1" then paste corresponding cell from "Active B&P" to the next empty
cell in column a on "Labor $'s"


Thanks again for the help!

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

I would filter the data and copy the visible rows to the other location.

But someone else may chime in with a formula approach.

Chas wrote:

the criteria is based on the percentage. I want to pull only the projects
that have a percentage greater than or equal 75% (number will change, formula
will reference a cell that contains this information). I can get several
different formulas to work on the first line, but none work when copy down or
when the the % is less than the criteria or I end up with the same result on
every line.

In the example given below, the result on Worksheet #2 would be:
Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08

Thanks again so much for taking the time to assist me with this.

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

What's the criteria that you type into worksheet?

If it's the project id, you could use =vlookup().

If you don't type in any criteria, what would the formula be based on?

Chas wrote:

My apologies for the confusion. I don't think I explained my worksheets very
well. I need a formula for worksheet 2 that will actually pull the project
title from Worksheet 1 if certain criteria is met. So if none of the
projects meet the criteria, then worksheet 2 would actually be empty except
for the formulas.

Thanks again!

"Dave Peterson" wrote:

Your data doesn't need to be sorted for =vlookup() to work.

Since you want an exact match (right?) based on project #, then you should make
sure you use the 4th parm (0 or false):

=vlookup(a1,sheet2!a:e,2,false)

That 4th parm = 0 or false means you want an exact match.

Chas wrote:

Unfortunately the projects won't be nicely organized the way my example was.
I believe V-lookup needs the info to be sorted by alphabetically and our
projects will never be sorted that way.

"dlw" wrote:

vlookup formula using the !sheetname referencing will work

"Chas" wrote:

I have 2 worksheets. The first has a list of all projects and the second
needs to pull projects based on certain criteria.

Worksheet #1

Project % $'s Date
Proj #1 85% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #2 17% $$$ 11/07/08
Proj #3 62% $$$ 09/29/08
Proj #4 99% $$$ 08/15/08
Proj #5 47% $$$ 12/15/08
Proj #6 89% $$$ 10/15/08
Proj #7 70% $$$ 10/15/08

From this worksheet i want to pull only those projects with a % higher than
a given critieria.

I would prefer to do this with a formula as result needs to be live.

Any help that can be given is greatly appreciated.

Thanks




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