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The OFFSET function I am so fond of achieves a little more than I ve been able to show in this book so far . The requirement: there is an array of 12 months and three related cost types (production costs are divided into material costs, personnel costs, and delivery/installation costs) . Your task is to create a user-friendly solution that can create cumulative totals in this array, simultaneously in both axes . You need the following:
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Summaries of any contiguous chain of months; that is, not only the usual January to June and January to October, but also periods such as February to August or May to September, and so on . At the same time, a summary of costs in accordance with the following model:
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Material costs only Material costs plus personnel costs All three costs types together
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You want to view and compare the results in a column chart; in other words, the total costs in relation to the costs portions selected by the user . To cope with this basic requirement (custom, controllable, cumulative totaling), you need no more than three list controls and just one simple uncomplicated formula . On the Companion CD Open the file \Samples\1101_Cumulative.xlsx on the CD-ROM . For this example, the organizational requirements of the rS1 .Method are set aside once again . Here, we are solely concerned with the structure and contents of the solution components, which are compiled here in one worksheet . Note the following points with reference to Figure 11-1:
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Figure 11-1 Any cumulations with OFFSET
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Range A: The four-column list contains the data to be calculated; its neat and tidy model would correspond to the Data 1 worksheet .
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Range B: These structures and contents belong to the controls whose definition ranges usually would be part of the Lists 1 worksheet . Range C: That s the focus of this solution, the result that is calculated and labeled in accordance with the user s specifications, and the associated column chart .
Essentially, you re already familiar with all of the above . The only thing that may require additional explanations are the two cells W8 and X8 . Before we take a closer look at these cells, you should make sure that you are clear about the range names that have been assigned and the location of the cells concerned . The following cells are particularly important: rD1.FromSel, rD1.ToSel, and rD1.SharesSel . The click-results for the controls are put out to these cells . Note If you want to control and select cells W8 and X8, you have to use the arrow buttons on
the keyboard; the cells are behind the transparent chart .
Let s take a closer look:
You establish a selection combination in the three drop-down lists: month from, month to, summary of the share of costs . If the from month is after the to month, cell X8 displays the text Error in Selection in red . When you select a period correctly, even if it is a period of just one month, the total result is displayed in black . Conditional formatting, whose rule =ISTEXT($X$8) checks whether the cell contains text, changes the font color . If true the specified black font is colored red . The user selection is displayed in cell W8 as a piece of text that is also a category axis label in the chart . The chart is created and the range whose cells (indirectly) form the green chart column is selected in the data table and colored accordingly .
How is the numbers basis for the green chart columns created Let's take a look at the calculation in cell X8 and therefore at the offset function that I regard so highly and frequently use, now in all its glory: =OFFSET(reference,rows,cols,height,width) can now use all five of its arguments here .
X8 =IF(rD1.FromSel>rD1.ToSel,"Error in Selection", SUM(OFFSET(rD1.Node,rD1.FromSel,1, rD1.ToSel+1-rD1.FromSel, rD1.SharesSel
The first part of this formula is used to generate an error message (optional) . The value for the green chart column is calculated in the second part of the formula . The offset function, whose individual components will be described shortly, creates an array . This array contains all of the values in a cell range that is located in a particular place, is a certain number of rows high, and is a certain number of columns wide . The offset function is now also integrated into a sum formula that, for its part, adds the individual values of the array that we have just discussed .
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