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TrowaD Posts 2921 Registration date Sunday September 12, 2010 Status Moderator Last seen January 16, 2023  Jun 6, 2013 at 10:36 AM
TrowaD Posts 2921 Registration date Sunday September 12, 2010 Status Moderator Last seen January 16, 2023  Jun 6, 2013 at 10:36 AM
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Do you need a Macro, or a Formula?
Is each day totaled on its own by workers? So Wednesday would have "5"?
YOu may need to make a hidden column beside the day. Check in the hidden cell what the fromatting is of the cell next to it {if/then statement structure =if(logical condition,true, false)}. If the formatting fits the day has been occpied, then make the hidden cell a 1. At the bottom of that hidden column run the formula =Sum(Z10:Z30) (use whatever column calculations, this exampe uses Column Z as the hidden column to total ).
I hope this helps.
Is each day totaled on its own by workers? So Wednesday would have "5"?
YOu may need to make a hidden column beside the day. Check in the hidden cell what the fromatting is of the cell next to it {if/then statement structure =if(logical condition,true, false)}. If the formatting fits the day has been occpied, then make the hidden cell a 1. At the bottom of that hidden column run the formula =Sum(Z10:Z30) (use whatever column calculations, this exampe uses Column Z as the hidden column to total ).
I hope this helps.
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Hi Jenna,
We need a custom formula for that since you can't retrieve color index using the standard formula's.
Put this public function in a module:
Then use the formula as in:
=CountWhiteCells(A1:B10) or whatever range.
Best regards,
Trowa
We need a custom formula for that since you can't retrieve color index using the standard formula's.
Put this public function in a module:
Public Function CountWhiteCells(TargetCells As Range) As Variant CountWhiteCells = 0 For Each cell In TargetCells If cell.Interior.colorIndex = xlNone Then CountWhiteCells = CountWhiteCells + 1 End If Next cell End Function
Then use the formula as in:
=CountWhiteCells(A1:B10) or whatever range.
Best regards,
Trowa