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=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average. Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results. It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count nulls?
Help!!!

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Hi Spottkitty,

Yes, you can use the AVERAGEIF function to exclude blank cells from the calculation. Here's how you can modify your formula:
  1. =AVERAGEIF($A$3:$A$45,"Photo",H3:H45)

This formula will only average the values in the range H3:H45 if the corresponding cell in column A contains the text "Photo". Any blank cells in the range will be excluded from the calculation.
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One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average. Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results. It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count nulls?
Help!!!

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Thank you SOOOOOOOOO Much!!!! Worked like a charm!

"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))


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Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error.. $A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average. Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results. It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count nulls?
Help!!!




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You can't use the entire column for array formulas in xl2003 and below.

(Remember to use ctrl-shift-enter, too)

Hijosdelongi wrote:

Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error.. $A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!

"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average. Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results. It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count nulls?
Help!!!



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I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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ic, but is the =AVERAGE(IF(AND( correct?

Thanks



"Dave Peterson" wrote:

You can't use the entire column for array formulas in xl2003 and below.

(Remember to use ctrl-shift-enter, too)

Hijosdelongi wrote:

Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error.. $A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!

"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average. Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results. It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count nulls?
Help!!!


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EXCELENT! It worked!!! and how can I hide the #DIV/0! if there are still no
scores for that they..

Thank you :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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Try it like this:

Array entered.

=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B 10=A2),Data!C1:C10))),"",AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B 1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data!C1:C10)))

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
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EXCELENT! It worked!!! and how can I hide the #DIV/0! if there are still
no
scores for that they..

Thank you :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!








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Does ISERROR works in Excel 2003?

Thanks :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

Try it like this:

Array entered.

=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B 10=A2),Data!C1:C10))),"",AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B 1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data!C1:C10)))

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
EXCELENT! It worked!!! and how can I hide the #DIV/0! if there are still
no
scores for that they..

Thank you :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!







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I got the answer already, thank you so much!!!

=)


"T. Valko" wrote:

Try it like this:

Array entered.

=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B 10=A2),Data!C1:C10))),"",AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B 1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data!C1:C10)))

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
EXCELENT! It worked!!! and how can I hide the #DIV/0! if there are still
no
scores for that they..

Thank you :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!







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You're welcome!

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
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I got the answer already, thank you so much!!!

=)


"T. Valko" wrote:

Try it like this:

Array entered.

=IF(ISERROR(AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B 10=A2),Data!C1:C10))),"",AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B 1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data!C1:C10)))

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
EXCELENT! It worked!!! and how can I hide the #DIV/0! if there are
still
no
scores for that they..

Thank you :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!









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Hi,

I have a Question.. is VLOOKUP plus IF possible? This is my fomula..

=VLOOKUP(IF((Data!A1:A1000=A1)*(Data!B1:B1000=D1), ....

is my logical tests or conditions correct? and how will i put the VLOOKUP
codes?

Can you help me with this..

THank you so much



"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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My situation is similar but I haven't been able to customize this to work
like I thought I should be able to.
I have one cell in multiple tabs I that want to include in the average, as
long as they <0. If anyone of them <0, then I do not want that particular
cell to be factored into the result because it skews the average (because
it's a month that hasn't occured yet so the data is 0). Here's my
(nonworking) formula if anyone can help:

=average(if(jundata!b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepda ta!b2,octdata!b2,novdata!b2,decdatab2<""),jundata !b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepdata!b2,octdata!b2,no vdata!b2,decdata!b2)


"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average. Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results. It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count nulls?
Help!!!




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Will there ever be any negative numbers?

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"klic33" wrote in message
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My situation is similar but I haven't been able to customize this to work
like I thought I should be able to.
I have one cell in multiple tabs I that want to include in the average, as
long as they <0. If anyone of them <0, then I do not want that
particular
cell to be factored into the result because it skews the average (because
it's a month that hasn't occured yet so the data is 0). Here's my
(nonworking) formula if anyone can help:

=average(if(jundata!b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepda ta!b2,octdata!b2,novdata!b2,decdatab2<""),jundata !b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepdata!b2,octdata!b2,no vdata!b2,decdata!b2)


"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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Hi T. Valko,

How are you?

Got a Question again... im trying to get a data from the database using
VLOOKUP and why is that even though there is no value in the database it
still displays the 0 value?

And can you teach mo how to get a value from the database even though theres
no value in it?

ex.

A1 = "null value or no value"

how will display a value that is equivalent to a text or number even though
theres no value in the database?

Thank you.



"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
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Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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You'll have to post the formula.

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
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Hi T. Valko,

How are you?

Got a Question again... im trying to get a data from the database using
VLOOKUP and why is that even though there is no value in the database it
still displays the 0 value?

And can you teach mo how to get a value from the database even though
theres
no value in it?

ex.

A1 = "null value or no value"

how will display a value that is equivalent to a text or number even
though
theres no value in the database?

Thank you.



"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!






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no, nothing less than zero

"T. Valko" wrote:

Will there ever be any negative numbers?

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"klic33" wrote in message
...
My situation is similar but I haven't been able to customize this to work
like I thought I should be able to.
I have one cell in multiple tabs I that want to include in the average, as
long as they <0. If anyone of them <0, then I do not want that
particular
cell to be factored into the result because it skews the average (because
it's a month that hasn't occured yet so the data is 0). Here's my
(nonworking) formula if anyone can help:

=average(if(jundata!b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepda ta!b2,octdata!b2,novdata!b2,decdatab2<""),jundata !b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepdata!b2,octdata!b2,no vdata!b2,decdata!b2)


"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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Try this:

Create these named formulas...

InsertNameDefine
Name: SumSheets
Refers to:

=SUMIF(INDIRECT(TEXT(30*{6,7,8,9,10,11,12},"mmm\da ta")&"!B2"),"0")

Name: CountSheets
Refers to:

=COUNTIF(INDIRECT(TEXT(30*{6,7,8,9,10,11,12},"mmm\ data")&"!B2"),"0")

Then, you average formula is:

=SUMPRODUCT(SumSheets)/SUMPRODUCT(CountSheets)

Explanation:

Excel doesn't support *conditional* averaging across multiple sheets so we
need to trick it into doing so. We can't use the AVERAGE function in this
case. Since an average is the sum divided by the count that's what we're
doing with the above formula(s).

If you want to take the "easy" way out on this, on each sheet in the same
cell enter a formula like this:

=IF(B20,B2,"")

Let's assume those formulas are in cell B3. Then, you can use the AVAERAGE
function like this:

=AVERAGE(jundata:decdata!B3)

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"klic33" wrote in message
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no, nothing less than zero

"T. Valko" wrote:

Will there ever be any negative numbers?

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"klic33" wrote in message
...
My situation is similar but I haven't been able to customize this to
work
like I thought I should be able to.
I have one cell in multiple tabs I that want to include in the average,
as
long as they <0. If anyone of them <0, then I do not want that
particular
cell to be factored into the result because it skews the average
(because
it's a month that hasn't occured yet so the data is 0). Here's my
(nonworking) formula if anyone can help:

=average(if(jundata!b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepda ta!b2,octdata!b2,novdata!b2,decdatab2<""),jundata !b2,juldata!b2,augdata!b2,sepdata!b2,octdata!b2,no vdata!b2,decdata!b2)


"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!








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hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!




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No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!






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ahh ok, thanks dude =)


"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!







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You're welcome!

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
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ahh ok, thanks dude =)


"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!









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Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE! error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1 is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!






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Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but I don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains a formula
make sure you note that in your question.

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))


You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!






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ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i that forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but I don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains a formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!







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I see that you're using the MS web interface so in the list on the left side
select Excel Programming.

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"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i that
forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but I
don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains a
formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that
says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!









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Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi





"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not count
nulls?
Help!!!







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Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi

"T. Valko" wrote:

You're welcome!

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
ahh ok, thanks dude =)


"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!












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Try this:

=IF(B1=72,"",72-B1)

Copy down as needed.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi





"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!









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This actually works but is there any way it can calculate how many more 100's
a student needs to have for him/her to reach 72..?

ex,

jorge alrealy has an average of 70 out of 12 exams, so how many more 100's
he needs to get for him to get a 72+ average..


Thank you.

hijosdelongi



"T. Valko" wrote:

Try this:

=IF(B1=72,"",72-B1)

Copy down as needed.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi





"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic" you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!










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Sorry, I'm not sure I know how to do that.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
This actually works but is there any way it can calculate how many more
100's
a student needs to have for him/her to reach 72..?

ex,

jorge alrealy has an average of 70 out of 12 exams, so how many more 100's
he needs to get for him to get a 72+ average..


Thank you.

hijosdelongi



"T. Valko" wrote:

Try this:

=IF(B1=72,"",72-B1)

Copy down as needed.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a
student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i
would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student
to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi





"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic"
you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically
erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if
theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!












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no problem dude, youve been so much help.. thank you. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Sorry, I'm not sure I know how to do that.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
This actually works but is there any way it can calculate how many more
100's
a student needs to have for him/her to reach 72..?

ex,

jorge alrealy has an average of 70 out of 12 exams, so how many more 100's
he needs to get for him to get a 72+ average..


Thank you.

hijosdelongi



"T. Valko" wrote:

Try this:

=IF(B1=72,"",72-B1)

Copy down as needed.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a
student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i
would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student
to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi





"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic"
you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically
erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if
theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!













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Hi, its me again..

If ever you find the answer to my last Question, please do message me..
thank you so much!

hijosdelongi


"T. Valko" wrote:

Sorry, I'm not sure I know how to do that.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
This actually works but is there any way it can calculate how many more
100's
a student needs to have for him/her to reach 72..?

ex,

jorge alrealy has an average of 70 out of 12 exams, so how many more 100's
he needs to get for him to get a 72+ average..


Thank you.

hijosdelongi



"T. Valko" wrote:

Try this:

=IF(B1=72,"",72-B1)

Copy down as needed.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, need some help again..

I have this project and i'm calculating the average of my students..

I have this table..

A B C

1 Mike 60 ?

2 Jorge 70 ?

3 Stan 65 ?

I would like to ask whats the formula to calculate how much more a
student
needs to have for him/her to get 72? 72 is the passing score, and i
would
like to ask how much he needs to reach 72. Possible score for a student
to
have is between 0-100.

Thanks for you usual help.

hijosdelongi





"T. Valko" wrote:

No, a formula can't do that. If you want it to be "semi-automatic"
you'd
need a macro.

You can do it with a few clicks of a mouse...

Remove the error trap from your formula and let the errors generate.
Select column E
Goto the menu EditGo ToSpecial
Select: Formulas and uncheck everything *except* Errors
OK

That will select all the cells in col E that contain errors

Goto the menu EditDelete
Select: Entire Row
OK

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
hi Again,

Got a question again, is there any formula that can automatically
erase
or
remove an entire row if a specific cell doesnt have any value or an
error
value to it???

ex.

I have this vlookup value in column E
=IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)) ,"",VLOOKUP(A1:A5,Sheet1!B1:E100,3,FALSE)))

Is there anyway that i can delete or remove the entire row 4 if
theres
no
returned value or an error value???

A B C D E
1 x g e e sharon
2 x as vf v sharon
3 y g h j david
4 f b a r
5 p r e f dexter

Thank you..


"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!















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Hi Again,

Got a question again.. How can i count text or words?

Ex.

in column A, i got texts that is equal to "Very Satisfied" and "Satisfied"
and others.

A
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Not Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Satisfied

How can i count the cells that contains "Very Satisfied"? and is there any
way for me to get the Average of "Very Satisfied" against the total number of
data that is in column A

thank you. :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I see that you're using the MS web interface so in the list on the left side
select Excel Programming.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i that
forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but I
don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains a
formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that
says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!










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For the count:

Data in the range A2:A7...

C2 = satisified

=COUNTIF(A2:A7,C2)

For the percentage:

Assuming the count formula is in D2...

=D2/COUNTA(A2:A7)

Format as Percentage

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi Again,

Got a question again.. How can i count text or words?

Ex.

in column A, i got texts that is equal to "Very Satisfied" and "Satisfied"
and others.

A
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Not Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Satisfied

How can i count the cells that contains "Very Satisfied"? and is there any
way for me to get the Average of "Very Satisfied" against the total number
of
data that is in column A

thank you. :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I see that you're using the MS web interface so in the list on the left
side
select Excel Programming.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i that
forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but I
don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains a
formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can
automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that
says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!












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Thank you so much for this.. A follow up question, im trying to get the
number and average of very satisfied comments of a lis of students..

ex.

This is the Data Worksheet

A B
mike Very Satisfied
Kris Very Satisfied
Kris Satisfied
Mike Satisfied
Mike Very Satisfied
Mike Not Satisfied
Tamy Satisfied
Tamy Satisfied

and this is my formula :

This is a cell from a different Worksheet

D3 = Very Satisfied

=COUNT(IF((Data!A2:A100=B2)*(Data!B2:B100=C3),Data !B2:B100))

Thank you so much!

"T. Valko" wrote:

For the count:

Data in the range A2:A7...

C2 = satisified

=COUNTIF(A2:A7,C2)

For the percentage:

Assuming the count formula is in D2...

=D2/COUNTA(A2:A7)

Format as Percentage

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi Again,

Got a question again.. How can i count text or words?

Ex.

in column A, i got texts that is equal to "Very Satisfied" and "Satisfied"
and others.

A
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Not Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Satisfied

How can i count the cells that contains "Very Satisfied"? and is there any
way for me to get the Average of "Very Satisfied" against the total number
of
data that is in column A

thank you. :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I see that you're using the MS web interface so in the list on the left
side
select Excel Programming.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i that
forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but I
don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains a
formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can
automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically that
says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a #VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article ,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to not
count
nulls?
Help!!!













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=COUNT(IF((Data!A2:A100=B2)*(Data!B2:B100=C3),Dat a!B2:B100))

Ok, I'm assuming you want the count of "very satisfied" for a particular
person.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(Data!A2:A100=B2),--(Data!B2:B100=C3))

If you're using Excel 2007:

=COUNTIFS(Data!A2:A100,B2,Data!B2:B100,C3)

I'm not sure about your average. *Exactly* what do you want to average?


--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much for this.. A follow up question, im trying to get the
number and average of very satisfied comments of a lis of students..

ex.

This is the Data Worksheet

A B
mike Very Satisfied
Kris Very Satisfied
Kris Satisfied
Mike Satisfied
Mike Very Satisfied
Mike Not Satisfied
Tamy Satisfied
Tamy Satisfied

and this is my formula :

This is a cell from a different Worksheet

D3 = Very Satisfied

=COUNT(IF((Data!A2:A100=B2)*(Data!B2:B100=C3),Data !B2:B100))

Thank you so much!

"T. Valko" wrote:

For the count:

Data in the range A2:A7...

C2 = satisified

=COUNTIF(A2:A7,C2)

For the percentage:

Assuming the count formula is in D2...

=D2/COUNTA(A2:A7)

Format as Percentage

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi Again,

Got a question again.. How can i count text or words?

Ex.

in column A, i got texts that is equal to "Very Satisfied" and
"Satisfied"
and others.

A
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Not Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Satisfied

How can i count the cells that contains "Very Satisfied"? and is there
any
way for me to get the Average of "Very Satisfied" against the total
number
of
data that is in column A

thank you. :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I see that you're using the MS web interface so in the list on the
left
side
select Excel Programming.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i
that
forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but
I
don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains
a
formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can
automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically
that
says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array
formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination
of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key
and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a
#VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article
,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering
the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was
returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to
not
count
nulls?
Help!!!















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for that i want to get the average of number of very satisfied rating versus
the non very satisfied rating of a single person..

ex.

for mike, he has 4 surveys and 2 out of 4 are very satisfied, so clearly its
50% right... thats what i mean for the average, i dont know how to formulate
that.

Thank you.


"T. Valko" wrote:

=COUNT(IF((Data!A2:A100=B2)*(Data!B2:B100=C3),Dat a!B2:B100))


Ok, I'm assuming you want the count of "very satisfied" for a particular
person.

=SUMPRODUCT(--(Data!A2:A100=B2),--(Data!B2:B100=C3))

If you're using Excel 2007:

=COUNTIFS(Data!A2:A100,B2,Data!B2:B100,C3)

I'm not sure about your average. *Exactly* what do you want to average?


--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Thank you so much for this.. A follow up question, im trying to get the
number and average of very satisfied comments of a lis of students..

ex.

This is the Data Worksheet

A B
mike Very Satisfied
Kris Very Satisfied
Kris Satisfied
Mike Satisfied
Mike Very Satisfied
Mike Not Satisfied
Tamy Satisfied
Tamy Satisfied

and this is my formula :

This is a cell from a different Worksheet

D3 = Very Satisfied

=COUNT(IF((Data!A2:A100=B2)*(Data!B2:B100=C3),Data !B2:B100))

Thank you so much!

"T. Valko" wrote:

For the count:

Data in the range A2:A7...

C2 = satisified

=COUNTIF(A2:A7,C2)

For the percentage:

Assuming the count formula is in D2...

=D2/COUNTA(A2:A7)

Format as Percentage

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in message
...
Hi Again,

Got a question again.. How can i count text or words?

Ex.

in column A, i got texts that is equal to "Very Satisfied" and
"Satisfied"
and others.

A
Very Satisfied
Satisfied
Not Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Very Satisfied
Satisfied

How can i count the cells that contains "Very Satisfied"? and is there
any
way for me to get the Average of "Very Satisfied" against the total
number
of
data that is in column A

thank you. :)


"T. Valko" wrote:

I see that you're using the MS web interface so in the list on the
left
side
select Excel Programming.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
ahh ok, thank you so much.. and do happen to know where can go i
that
forum?
do u know the link to that furom? thanks. =)

"T. Valko" wrote:

Hmmm....

I'm not sure. You might be able to do that with an event macro but
I
don't
know how to do it.

Try posting this question in the programming forum. If A1 contains
a
formula
make sure you note that in your question.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi, got a Question again... is there any formula that can
automatically
create a comment in a cell?

ex.

A1 = 80% and can we have a comment on that, that automatically
that
says
"Passed"

Thanks.

"T. Valko" wrote:

I have a question for Excel 2003
=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Da ta!$C:$C,""))

You can't use entire columns as range references in array
formulas
in
Excel
2003. Use a smaller specific range.

Try it like this (array entered**)

=AVERAGE(IF((Data!A1:A10=B1)*(Data!B1:B10=A2),Data !C1:C10))

** array formulas need to be entered using the key combination
of
CTRL,SHIFT,ENTER (not just ENTER). Hold down both the CTRL key
and
the
SHIFT
key then hit ENTER.

--
Biff
Microsoft Excel MVP


"Hijosdelongi" wrote in
message
...
Hi,

I have a question for Excel 2003

=AVERAGE(IF(AND($A2=Data!$B:$B,B$1=Data!$A:$A),Dat a!$C:$C,""))

Im trying to get the AVERAGE of this and its giving me a
#VALUE!
error..
$A2
is the name that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet
and
B$1
is
the
date that is suppose to be equal in the Data! worksheet. Im
trying
to
use
AND
in IF for me to have two logical test..

Can you help me with this?

Thank you so much!



"JE McGimpsey" wrote:

One way (array-entered: CTRL-SHIFT-ENTER or CMD-RETURN):

=AVERAGE(IF((A3:A45="Photo")*(H3:H45<""),H3:H45))

In article
,
"Spottkitty" wrote:

=AVERAGE(IF($A$3:$A$45="Photo",H3:H45))

This is the array I'm using to try to determine an average.
Problem...if
the field is blank it's counting it as zero and lowering
the
results.
It
figured 79% when it should have been 94%. 94% was
returned
using
the
simple
average formula. I'm guessing I need to nest something to
not
count
nulls?
Help!!!
















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