I want to add "CR" to the beginning of every cell that already has data. I know I could do =a1 and it would copy all the way down. However each cell has different data and I'd like to keep it that way but add 2 letters in the beginning.
I am using this code to hide or unhide rows of text on another sheet:
VB: Sub ProcessSheet1ChangeOnCellJ7(ByVal Target As Range)
Dim sAddress As String Dim sValue As String
'Get the address of the cell that changed without '$' signs sAddress = Target.Address(False, False)
When the "Not Pursuing" list box option is selected (in cell "J7" or "J8" in Sheet 1) I need to add (or over-write) "Not Pursuing" to the range of cells in column "B" (in the "Tasks" sheet), but only for that particular Goal, meaning a limited range of cells in column "B". If the "Pursuing - Show All Tasks" option is selected for a Goal then these same cells need to be blank so that the appropriate person can enter their name into the cell.
The purpose for adding "Not Pursuing" automatically to these yellow highlighted cells is that it will facilitate filtering of tasks by individual in the "Tasks" sheet..
Again I have tried several times to upload a sample file and am unable to, which I know makes it more difficult to solve. (Is there some common mistake people make? I know it's an allowed format and is very small in file size....)
Code solution can be entered directly beneath:
VB: If Target.Value = "Not Pursuing" Then ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Tasks").Rows("29:29").EntireRow.Hidden = False ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Tasks").Rows("30:48").EntireRow.Hidden = True
I need to count the number of equal cells in col D beginning at the top of the column. The counted cells must begin with a text prefix of "Category:" without the quotes.
Some but not all of the cells in col D begin with a prefix of "Category:" without the quotes, followed by a word or words following the word "Category:" See examples below. All of the terms prefixed with "Category:" in col D are in alphabetical order. I need to count the number of identical cells in col D with the "Category:" prefix.
Examples of the contents of cells in col D with the "Category:" prefix are as follows:
I have a colummn of data (text data). For my purposes I would need to add a prefix text to every single cell contained in that column; for instance, if I have a cell with a text "hellohowareyou" ,
I would need to change it by adding to it a constant prefixation text "es_ES@" so that the final result would be displayed like "es_ES@hellohowareyou" , and so on for the rest of the cells under the same column.
Say I have a workbook called test1.xls, where the number 1 at the end of the file name is variable. Tomorrow that character could be 2 so the file would become test2.xls etc (or could even be a letter for what it matters).
Is there a way in Visual Basic to recognize that the final character is not fixed but can get different values each time? Or in other words to recognize that the file starts with "test", and that whatever follows that prefix is not relevant?
If ActiveWorkbook.name = "'test*.xls" Then...
where * (star) could be any character.
As a Windows analogy, I am thinking of the * (star) character when one searches a certain directory for, say, Excel files (*.xls etc). Obviously, in VBE that doesn't work, and the star is just a character like any other.
Iím making a database to forklifts. Most used code I have found from this forum. I havenít found a way how to copy existing formulas on summary sheet so that sheet name is also changed in formula. I attached also my workbook, but itís not in English language but in Estonian. I hope that isnít problem.
If pressed button on summary sheet (ďPealehtĒ) then existing blank sheet are copied and renamed. On userform1 is textbox3 which value added to summary sheet, also combobox4 value added to summary sheet. Now I want that if pressed commandButton1 on userform1 then all formulas what exist on summary sheet from F6 to CW6 are also copied to next row and in formula sheet name changed. My second question is what to write that if new sheet created then it goes always to end of existing sheets. Right now Iím using code what copies new sheet after blank sheet but itís not satisfying me.
I'm not a novice but this might be something simple I didn't realize. I am creating a quoting sheet for a steel fab company. I have created dopdowns for the different materials and sizes but the dropdown is way too big. I need to have a column that helps me filter the dropdown more so I don't have to scroll through litterally hundreds of steels to find the one I need. The good news is that most steels have prefixes that make them easier to filter.
What I'm looking for is a way to have a dropdown that has all of the prefixes (L, C, MC, W, PL, etc) in it and when I select one of them the next column (the actual description of the steel as shown above) will only give me the specific steels for that steel shape (L,C,W,etc)
Currently I'm putting one row of say the MC shapes and one row of the C shapes and one row of the L shapes then copying them as needed. It's a lot of work and you can easily make a mistake.
I have a table like below A B 1 x1234 value 2 y1234 value
If I want to look for all values that start with "x", is there a way to do it within a vlookup formula? Something like: vlookup("x*", A1:B2, 2, False). I know there's other ways to do this, but I want it all contained in one formula instead of splitting the A column using LEFT(A1, 1).
I read the thread below on how to utilize the Subsitute function to remove periods and thought about being able to use it for this. However, I have some phone #'s in my list that contain multiple 1- scenarios in them because the area code or 3-digit prefix sometimes include a 1- also. How do I make the formula only look at the 1- for long distance and not any other 1- found in the phone #? I want to remove all of the 1- for long distance because we are trying to use a new autodialer that is pre-programmed with the 1-.
I have several excel workbooks with many worksheets (over 500 in some). Around a third of these worksheets are named "Exp1", "Exp2", "Exp3", etc.
I would like a macro that will delete all worksheets that do not have names starting with the letters "Exp". I do not want any confirmation dialogue, and as the workbooks vary in size, I would like it to finish when there are no sheets left (except the Exp ones of course).
I have often used Data Validation List to create selection lists for cells in a worksheet. The problem is the list has to be on the same sheet you want to use it on. Is there any other way to do this so one common list can be used for all sheets? I have a list of accounts I want to use on 12 different Monthly tabs.
I have lists of numbers in column A. Based on the number in the cell, I would like to insert RO_ or RP_ before the number. I currently have two buttons for this, one named RO and the other RP and have simply recorded a macro of what I wish to do. However, instead of inserting RO_ or RP_ before the number the macro replaces the hole lot with "RP_10" or "RO_10" as this was the cell i recorded the macro on. How do I make it so it just inserts the Prefix rather than replace the contents of the cell.
Currently my code for one of the buttons is as follows;
I need to extract (and then use for SumIfs) only item numbers from the long description. Please see the attached list where item number column shows existing list & next column shows what i want to extract. The exrtacted part if has any trailing or succeeding letters, characters between numbers should stay. for example from "SGA:RV-SVA:PEPPERS/PEPPERONCINI:SV9176001/232034" I need to extract " SV9176001/232034" or from " SPICES:BULK SPICES 7100:9054B" I need to extract " 7100:9054B". Can some one please urgently help me on this.
I need to add a specific prefix (in this case DR- ) to a whole column. The problem is I have some cell that already have the prefix while others don't. I also have some cell with value N/A and I don't want them to get the prefix either
Im basicaly pulling a report wherein the details will have a column as number.
It basicaly should be a three digit number. The tool will have the information as below.
But when im pulling out the report into excel, the zeros in the prefix goes away and the report looks like the below
I just checked the tools previllages and it seems that we cannot do anyting in pulling the data as it is in the tool.
So wht im trying to do is to save the report in a folder where i have placed a validation sheet which will have references of the parent report.
So when i open the report the reference will pull up the data and in here i would like to add a validation which will add "0" in the prefix if VNO is a 2 digit number or "00" if the VNO is a one digit number.
I have a huge column of data. This data has few prefixes that I need to remove. I have a list of possible prefixes. Some prefixes are 1,2,3 or 4 characters long. Could you please suggest best way of removing these prefixes (VBA if possible)?
Following are some of the examples of prefixes: AB GD KR BCD FP- TJ- W
I have got this macro working OK but now I need to add a 2 letter prefix/suffix depending on what time it was created (am or pm). Detail: If the sheet is created between 0600hrs and 1800hrs then "DS" and likewise between 1800hrs and 0600hrs then "NS". Outcome: The sheet will then have a name like - "22 Mar DS"...code included below
i need to create a random 3 letter prefix form eg. British Head Office, how would you pick letters out and compare the 3 letter prefix back to a column with existing prefix. and if u can help me even more how can i automate this method beacuase i for eg. get like 50 company names at a time and dont have time to do and check them 1 by 1 lol.
I have a question regarding deletion and replacement in a new field. ie. A1 reads email@example.com. I want A2 to read microsoft. What is the code to delete "dave.jones@" and ".com" to be revealed in a new field.
I'm looking to populate a series of sequential codes based on a code prefix.
Sheet 1: Master Code list Column A = Lookup Value Column B = Code Prefix
Sheet 2 - Results page Column A - list of lookup values - sorted in value order - The number of occurances varies for each value Column B - Results list
I want to populate Column B in the second sheet with a sequential code list for each different value in column A. So for the first value it would have the prefix then proceed numerically (Prefix0001, Prefix0002, Prefix0003...) then for the next value its prefix in sequence (2ndPrefix0001, 2ndPrefix0002, 2ndPrefix003...), etc
I'm wondering if there is a way to do this all in one step or else if there is a way way to number each occurance of the lookup value in the second page, in which case the code can be concatenated easily by a lookup of the code.
I suppose on the back of this there is another query - is there a way to concatenate a number where the format is 000# where the concatenated value will retain the leading zeros? I've been trying and it is stripping them out.