The code below (ran from Excel vba) deletes all data from an Access table, paste data from Excel into another table, and then run two Access Macro's and paste data from yet another table back into Excel.
My problem is that when I run the query from Excel, the data returned to Excel is always zero. When I step through the code, and check the Access database, all the steps are carried out properly. E.g, the delete query is deleting all the records in the correct table, the append query is copying the correct data into the correct table in Access. The two macros do run, but then when the resulting table is returned to Excel, it brings back zero's.
Doing all this manually in Access is returning the data correctly.
The two Access macros are running some queries, E.g. the "001 UpdateLatestData" is running two queries and the "002 CreateMonthlyResults" is running about 15 separte queries.
Dim db As Object
Dim accApp As Object
with the data in the attached sheet, I create several different pivot tables that need show the count of the information in the columns M:DU. My issue is that the data is sent to me from a third party and the columns contain zeros that cause the counts to inflate.
What I would like to be able to do is run a macro that will search out any zeros in M:DU and replace them with a blank cell.
Unfortunately the number of rows increases with every monthly reporting cycle so the macro would need to be able to accommodate for that.
I'm finalizing an Excel app - which uses Userforms only. On opening the app I use the code line Application.Visible = False
After clicking on my Label2: (I'm taken to the Web site, but when I click the < (Back button - Return) I am returned to my Userform BUT my Excel App (Menus, etc) is now showing up. How can I keep it "turned-off"?
Private Sub Label2_Click() Link = "http://www.jmmay.com/" On Error GoTo TheEnd ActiveWorkbook.FollowHyperlink Address:=Link, NewWindow:=True 'Unload Me Exit Sub TheEnd: MsgBox "Cannot open Hyperlink" End Sub
I have enable Refresh on Open for my excel pivot table, but user need to click "Enable Automatic Refresh" , only solution i came across is to change the registry setting. Which i dont have access to edit registry(admin disable the access).
Alternate solution i try to use Access macro to automate the process and use Outputto save it as a excel file A. Then use excel file B to update pivot table from excel file A.(as excel A data is always latest) The problem is i will get "....A file name already exist...do you want to overwrite.." prompt. Which defeat the automate process.
Any other solution to enable the automatic refresh on open the excel workbook?
Or Access can overwrite the exist file or save it as another file name with timestamp ?
I am trying to basically search for the last non zero entry in a column and then return a value in the same row as that last non zero entry.
My first column of the table is time, second column is submission/marking of coursework (denoted by +1 & -1) and the third column is the number of courseworks awaiting to be marked. My aim is to search the third column for the last non zero value then return the time (from first column) that last non zero value appears.
Let's say I have a pivot table made from data in another workbook. The other workbook is then deleted. Is there anyway to get the original data back? My particular file is about 10 MB, but if I "save as" it's only 1 MB. Plus, the pivot table "works," so I'm pretty sure Excel still has my data cached somewhere. How can I access it? I'm decent with VBA, so I'm open to any solution at all.
Basically I've got a back end worksheet with a huge table full of data (hundreds of rows, tens of columns) containing the data for a load of different contracts (each contract is on a different row).
I have all the information I want displayed on a front sheet by means of very simple lookups which looks for one contract at a time to display that information. What I would like to do is to be able to alter that information on the front sheet which will then go back and lookup that entry in the big table and overwrite the old data with the new. Effectively I want the excel sheet to act as a user form, but without actually using a form (a requirement from the people I'm doing this for). I'm struggling to find out how to do this as I don't know which VB functions I would need to use.
Each contract has its own unique reference number, so really what I need is some sort of code that will look for that reference number in the back end table, then look for any differences between what's on the front sheet and on the back end, and then replace anything that's changed.
Scenario: I have a worksheet full of ~360 tasks. Tasks are broken down into phases, have owners, and have status'. I leverage a pivot table to easily sort my data by owner, or by status. When reviewing the pivot table with others we want to update the raw data. This entails changing worksheets and scrolling to the task in question.
I'm looking for an easier way to update the raw / original data.
Options I've tried to pursue but have come up empty: Option 1: Excel modification? Is there a setting in Excel 2007 that would allow me to change a value in my pivot table and have it propagate to the original data set (another Excel worksheet)? So far the answer seems to be "no". Is this possible?
Option 2: Hyperlink from Pivot Table to Raw data field. - I cannot create hyperlinks within PivotTable data cells. - I have used the "hyperlink()" function OUTSIDE of my pivot table, along w/ a "match()" on a key field in my pivot table to create hyperlinks back to my raw data... But this is prone to breaking. - Is there a way to enable hyperlinks from within a Pivot Table? I have seen other requests from individuals that had a pivot table with actual hyperlinks (e.g. [URL]...) and they could not 'activate' them.
Option 3: Tool Tip VBA Form w/ Link?
- If I can't create hyperlinks directly in the table, then how about a function so then when i click (mouse over?) a pivot table cell a form appears with a hyperlink back to the source data?
Option 2 and 3 Assume that there's an way to get at the underlying location of the raw data (e.g. "Pivot Table Worksheet!E10" comes from "RawData!C4". I've dug through some VBA documentation at Microsoft.com but came up empty. I know this link must exist behind the scenes - In Excel 2007 when you mouse-over a pivot table cell Excel displays: "Row - Phase - Owner - Status", which is directly out of the raw data table/worksheet. [[This was an incorrect assumption... When i looked at the pivot table tool-tip closer I realize it was just walking through my data :'( row.
What is the VBA Code to revel the source cell? If i can get at that data, (and hyperlinking can be turned on w/in the pivot table...) then I can easily write a script to walk through the pivot table and create links back to the raw data... Not a perfect solution - but it takes away the need to search through the source data for the row I want.
i'm creating a small database extractor in excel. basically it goe's into my Access DB's rips the tabel names and the field name etc. from here i run an SQL query etc etc, however some table have space in the names and i need to replace these with an underscore in access permanently? here's what i have tried so far:
I have a script that exports an excel worksheet into an access db table and thsi is working fine. However i want to define a specific worksheet where the data is being exported from within the code but im having trouble doing, its using just a range at present.
I have created a userform in excel which I want to transfer data over to access with.
I have built a command button to send data to access code below.
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() Dim cn As ADODB.Connection, rs As ADODB.Recordset Set cn = New ADODB.Connection cn.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;" & _ "Data Source=filepath.mdb" Set rs = New ADODB.Recordset rs.Open "Main", cn, adOpenKeyset, adLockOptimistic
I'm using the below code to add data to an access database and it's working fine, but I'm trying to figure out what code I would need to add a completely new field to the access database?
So maybe before the export, once connected to the DB, add the new field(s) to the table and then add export the data. I'd have to rewrite export bit to allow for any new fields that i've added, but I can do that.
It's just the actually command I need add the new field to the table. Sure it's just a simple couple of lines, but trying to find something that makes sense !!
I suffered a very annoying HDD failure and lost loads of music. The only record I have is the winamp media library which I could only export to .xml. From there, I've been unable to do anything remotely useful with it (access would have been best, I suppose) so have resorted to trusty Excel. Even then I've underestimated the task at hand: I've now got 9 excel files, each 65536 rows long, with the xml data streaming down them. Can anyone think how I could get a macro to 1. run through the list(s), line by line, deleting any line that had (e.g.) Track ID OR Genre OR etc...
In order to remove all but the 5 categories I have in bold below, i.e. name, artist, album, date, folder....
I have a RecordSet that has been built and accessed sequentially with no problems. I now want to access it directly, via it's Primary Key.
I know I can access it as follows :
With MyTable .MoveFirst Do Until .EOF If ![PrimaryKey] = Work_Key Then MyData = ![Data_To_Extract] Exit Do End If .MoveNext Loop End With As a MainFrame Programmer, I would expect to be able to access that record directly, via it's Primary Key, something like :
Read MyTable Key = Work_Key MyData = ![Data_To_Extract] Am I thinking too much like a Mainframe Programmer (that *is* my trade, it's difficult to adjust sometimes !)? Is the With - Do/Loop method the way to go, or is there a Direct Read method I should be using?
now if i wanted to be able to look up jason then have it populate which Dept he worked in, in cell A1 in my excel spread sheet what code could I use. Just want to look up one area in my access data table then show it in A1 one item at a time.
I need to populate data from Access table to sheet1 using Excel/vba. I want to find out the percentage of batches scanned for the date selected for each time slot. There are Time slots in the columns from Q to X. i.e 8:00,9:00,10:00,11:00.....etc.
so I need to find out percentage of batches scanned before the above time slots.. To count total number of batches , we will use count(BatchNo) function in the SQL query. Because of company restrictions, I can't attach the access database but to give u an idea how the database is stored, I copied the data in sheet2 of the attached workbook. We have to find percentage of batches scanned in sheet1.
I have to import data into Excel from Access (yes, I have to import it to Excel and cannot use Access exclusively). When I import; however, the formatting does not come over correctly, most especially losing the formatting of numbers. I need one of two solutions:
1.) How to get the formatting to move over correctly?
2.) Or how I can save the formatting of a table, then be able to apply it as a "saved" format? The biggest thing is that the numbers will changed the number of decimal places and/or change from general numbers when I want to see them as currency.
The top table shows how i want this formatted, the bottom shows how it is importing.
I put together a little table for one of my LAN based facilities to track their Overtime Savings as compared to each of their individual units. It works great.
What I would like to do is to export the data on a weekly basis to Access. I set up an access table to recieve the data and I can get it all to work just fine except I want the users to just click on a menu item and have the export take place in the background.
I know how to create on the fly menus and get them to accecpt commands from Excel Macros so that is not an issue.
I know how to share data in Excel from Workbook to workbook, closed or open. I'm sure it can be done Excel to Access I just can not for the life of me find anything to jumpstart me in the right direction in either application's help files. Anybody out there linking their Excel data to Access?