I want a Macro to be able to copy a formula down from cell A2 down the entire column within the data range. But, the problem I've got is that the spreadsheets I'll be using the Macro on will be different sizes. Currently, the VBA looks like this:
So the "Destination:=Range("A2:A17340")" part copies the formula into all cells from A2 to A17340. Other spreadsheets might only have data up to cell A200, or Awhatever - is there a way of getting the macro to populate just the cells in column A but only where there is data adjacent in other columns?
Also, I want the Macro to be able to delete all rows wherever "DELETE" appears in a certain column - I had a look at the "Delete Entire Row Based on Criteria" Macro but I'm looking for a fully automated solution, rather than the question boxes coming up and asking which cell/criteria, I need to run this macro on multiple sheets and the criteria/column position will always be the same -
Why this error is coming up on a macro. Now to what I'm trying to accomplish is I have 1 sheet called GDL and I want to pull certain data from that sheet into another sheet called data sheet. I have formulas set in the data sheet to pull the information I want. However, I want to create a macro to pull the data for those formula or I guess another way of looking at it would be a auto fill function, except with a macro button. Please see the following error I receive when trying to run the macro.
Run-time error '1004': Autofill method of range class failed. The following is the macro.
VB: Sub ResetDataSheet() ' ' ResetDataSheet Macro ' Macro recorded 11/13/2012 by asdf ' [Code] ....
I am using column K and it looks up the length of this cell. When I created the formula I was using info that only went to line 234 which was fine. Once I clear the info in column K and input new info it can go further than line 234. How do I get the macro to look up the whole of column k without having to create a new macro each time?
If I have 3 fields: zip code, city and state; is there a way where I can have the user of my form enter their zip code and it will populate both city and state. I have the data, I just dont know exactly how to code it.
I created a database and made one small mistake doing it. The database is infinite amount of rows down and my formula needs to be corrected as such. In the current cells: (C1:C1000) i have the formulas referencing cells $B1, but i need it to reference $B$1. In C2 I need it to reference $B$2, C3 $B$3 and so on. If I autofill, it obviously just keeps the following cells at $B$1 and i can't keep the dollar bill sign.
I have an excel spreadsheet like the one attached. My problem is column A has a ton of blank cells. Wht I'm trying to do in Column A is write a formula that fills in the blank cells with the number of the last previous filled in cell. For example the first number is .25 I want to fill in the blank spaces below it with .25 all the way until it reaches a different number which in this case is .219.
Once it reaches .219 I want it then to fill in the blank spaces below it with .219 until it reaches a different number. So basically I'm looking for a formula to fill this in on its own instead of having to drag the cells over and over again manually.
In the excel spreadsheet attached I have in Column D the end result I wish to accomplish.
I have a workbook that has a "summary sheet" and then forty some sheets thereafter. Each row on the summary sheet represents a sheet in the workbook. For instance, i.e. on the worksheet tabs below it is displayed left to right as follows: "summary page"(sheet1), "aaa"(sheet2), "bbb"(sheet3), "ccc"(sheet4) etc. On the summary page, row one identifies the aggregate of sheets in a horizontal fashion, i.e. cell A1: "aaa"; cell A2: "bbb" and cell A3: "ccc" etc. I am pulling data for various parameters as columns on the summary page relative to each row (representing each sheet) via "SUMPRODUCT" and "COUNTIF" formulas. The formulas are a constant as each sheet's rows and columns are identical, the only variable in a given formula is the sheet name.
For example: =COUNTIF('aaa'!$C$4:$C$16,"Online")
This works fine if I drag and auto fill the column on the summary sheet, except for the fact that I have to manually type in: 'bbb' in the formula for the next row down in said respective column (COUNTIF('bbb'!$C$4:$C$16,"Online") and 'ccc' (COUNTIF('ccc'!$C$4:$C$16,"Online")and so forth forty some times thereafter.
Given that I am encountering this issue over multiple columns, I am easily going to have to manually alter some 300-400 cells at this rate should I not find a solution. I know there must be an easier way, I have tried creating a 'Custom Autofill List' but this does not translate to the formula bar and thusly will not fill the series. Additionally, I have tried to create a Macro but my lack of knowledge in VB and overall in this area of Excel has proved to be a difficult task..
what is prompting this formula to auto fill down when a value in an adjacent cell is entered.
In column A I enter an unformatted fax number. In column B I use the following Text Formula: "="("&LEFT(A20,3)&")"&MID(A20,4,3)&"-"&RIGHT(A20,4)
Someone in my office copied the workbook and now any time a value is entered into the next available Column A cell. The cell in column B will automatically apply the above formula and format the fax number. The person who copied the workbook does not know how this is working nor does anyone else in the office.
There are no macros embedded in this workbook so no event is firing to cause this.
I have attached a small copy of the workbook called "Auto format1.xls"
How to use: -Select cell B20 and not nothing is in it. -Enter any 9 digits in A20 and B20 somehow copies down the formula from B19.
I need a simple macro to use for conditional autofill of cells below the active cell (to the end of the sheet) with the text that is being entered in the active cell.
DESCRIPTION: I have two columns of data, the first (call it Col1), has a word number which is unique to each specific word in a foreign language, every cell in this column has a number in it from 1 to 30000. Each number reoccurs many times in cells over the length of this column.
The other column (call it Col2) is blank. As I type words in english in each cell of this column, I need the macro to autofill the text that I have just entered, into every cell in Col2 where it's Col1 number is a match with the Col1 number where I am typing.
For example, in one row, Col1 has the number "21" and I type in Col2 the word "run". I need the macro to find every row where the number 21 is found in Col1 and automatically enter "run" into Col2 at that location.
The macro must only autofill cells which have no data in them. Preferably from that cell down, although if that is not possible, all cells would work seeing we are only replacing blank cells with data.
Is there anyone who can suggest a solution to my problem below ? Basically, what I need is a macro which would ideally work like this:
if D32 = 1, then the background colour of D4 should be red if D32 = 2, then the background colour of D4 should be orange if D32 = 3, then the background colour of D4 should be yellow if D32 = 4, then the background colour of D4 should be green
I'm working on some macros to fill and file paperwork from an IBM Reflection based system into an Excel spreadsheet. Here's the code I've written so far:
Private Sub cmdSend_Click() Dim ExcelObj As Object Dim ExcelWasNotRunning As Boolean On Error Resume Next Set ExcelObj = GetObject(, "Excel.Application") If Err.Number <> 0 Then ExcelWasNotRunning = True Err.Clear DetectExcel If optObligation = True Then Set ExcelObj = GetObject("S:PublicVisual Basic FormsExcel FormsObligation.xls") Else..............
The problem I'm running into is that the data isn't loading the first time through. The spreadsheet opens, nothing happens, Excel closes. If I attempt to run the macro again without closing the form and clearing all the variables it runs perfectly as many times as I want to run it (which isn't terribly useful, because I'm stuck putting the same data into the form over and over again). If I unload the form then I get the same problem: first run, no data transfered.
Dim MyData As Range Dim MyResult As Range Set MyData = Range("E1:E1000000") Set MyData2 = Range("F1:F1000000") Set MyResult = Range("J4") MyResult.Select Selection.Formula = "=COUNTIFS(" & MyData.Address & ",""=Kim""," & MyData2.Address & ",""=done"" )"
Is there any way I can change the code so that it automatically finds the last cell as Im using Range("E1:E1000000") and Range("F1:F1000000") because there will not be more than 1000000 entries.
I need a macro script that goes to a particular cell in a column based on a criteria (say, locate the first instance where $0.21 appears in col. H), insert a row above it, and fill the row with the text "Note:These are above $0.20"
what the code to auto enable a macro? I have tasks running on my computer. Everytime they run, I have to click on enable macro. I thought there was a way to automate this, but I can't find the code......
I have a spreadsheet to create with columns A-I, this will be used by others when I am away and the problem is I dont want them to have to keep going into the data-sort option. Is there a way that I can get the items to auto sort into alphetical and numerical order across the columns? Personally I would be happy with sorting the columns manually each time it's accessed but I know the others using the program won't be!! How would it work if its poss? would it auto sort on saving?
Source tab contains vital information about some clients.
In the aggregated tab (Cell C10) I created a formula that pulls the Inflows from the source in a very specific array. So for client 1, this works fine. Now, if i copy my formula to the client 2 (Cell C14), it obviously wont go and look in the correct array in my source.
What i need to do is to be able to copy/paste my formula
(from cells C10 to CC10) to cells C14 to CC14, but when copied, the look up array changes to:
Formula: [Code] ....
I will have to fill this formula to at least 100 entries down, so i need to make it work with ease
The good thing is that all look up values in the source increase by a fixed number of rows (12). I tried playing with index/rows formula.. no luck..
I'm new to VBA but have had it working well for me, until the other night when a user complained that when he ran a macro, it came up with the error "Paste method of Worksheet class failed". I should note that this has worked time and time again, so I'm lost. I also found tonnes of answers with a Google search but they were all relative to that persons code.
So this is the code I am using to paste from the clipboard into another tabbed worksheet :