I believe this would be a very simple query for some but I am a complete novice in VBa and am using a msgbox in one of my file but I need to split the message text into multiple lines but I do not know how to do the same.
The below code works well. However I would like to give the users an option to opt out of running the code when the message box appears.
Code: Sub delete_sheets() Beep MsgBox "This will delete All Sheets but the active sheet"
*****this is where I would like to use an additional message box or include it in the above message box an option for the user to cancel this code****
Range("XA1") = ActiveSheet.Name ActiveSheet.Name = ("Delete_Sheets") Dim ws As Worksheet Application.DisplayAlerts = False For Each ws In Worksheets If Not ws.Name = "Delete_Sheets" Then ws.Delete Next ws
I have a workbook which pulls in the latest row of data from another workbook. At the moment, the original data workbook needs to be open for the one which pulls in the data to work, otherwise I get a #VALUE! in all the relevent cells. What I'd like to do is have a pop-up MsgBox which comes up if it finds the #VALUE! error in cell A9, whilst if the original workbook is open and so no error is displayed, no MsgBox will appear
I am getting a compile error, the "+" sign is highlighted and the error is named argument already specified, if I remove the "+ vbExclamation", I receive the same error.
What I want to do is if the appropriate sheet is not active, the response will force the sub to end sub, if the proper book is active workbook, then continue on.
Dim Ans As String
Set oWss = ActiveSheet Set oWsSNBD = Workbooks("TGSProductsAttrib.xls").Worksheets
Ans = MsgBox("Make Sure the ""TGSItemRecordCreator Workbook"" is the Active Workbook", _ "Correct Workbook?", Buttons:=vbYesNo + vbExclamation) If Ans = vbNo Then MsgBox """Select the TGSItemRecordCreator Workbook"" & Re-Run Code." End End If
I have a code for userform login. The users will enter their user name, password, and role and then click on submit. The user names, password and roles are given in the sheet "user access".
Now the problem is if a user enters a wrong user name which is not on the sheet "user access", it gives a msg stating invalid username. And if I click ok it is showing a run time error. Is there a way to stop showing this run time error and just show the invalid username msg box alone.
The following code shows the bare bones which illustrate my problem. The routine runs whenever the user enters a string which begins "Frm1=" and contains exactly three commas.
My problem is with the MsgBox which appears if the ErrorHandler is reached. With the following code the MsgBox requires two clicks on OK to dismiss it. If I change Resume to GoTo it requires only one. Is this normal? Is there any way of dismising the MsgBox with one click? ...
I want to add a msgbox with a no selection error to a multi select listbox I have. For a dropdown I just use "if .ListIndex =-1" but listindex doesn't seem to work. I'm playing with .selectedindex but it's not playing ball
In a userform i have created an textbox. The user types some text in it and after clicking an OK-Button this text must be copied to a cell To allow multiple lines (enter = new line in textbox) i have changed the textbox property EnterKeyBehavior to True. The problem is that after copying this textbox1.text to a cell in see square blocks in the cell.
instead of line1 line2
I use the following code to copy the text into a cell:
Private Sub CommandButtonOK_Click() Dim TextboxText As String TextboxText = TextBox1.Text ActiveCell.Value = TextboxText Unload Me End Sub
how to avoid this  (should be like alt-enter in a cell)
I have a workbook that takes a long time to calculate. A lot of the values are interrelated and if there is an error in one of the primary formulas, it will propagate through the whole worksheet. It then takes a while to find the error and after I correct it, I then have to go through the whole calculation process again. Is there a way to have Excel stop calculation when it first finds an error?
When I have the Vlookup formula and the field where I have the data to lookup is empty I get a sign with a number symbol and N/A, how can I tell excel not to show me this when the field where I type the information that I want to look is empty?. I want all the formulas fields to show nothing.
The attached file contains hypothetical data on a basketball player's success from the free throw line. It lists the number of free throws attempted and the number made and then divides the number made by the number attempted to calculate the free throw percentage. However, I keep getting a # DIV/0! error in the games free throws weren't taken. How do I write the code so that when the error occurs, a message is displayed to the effect that no percentage can be reported because no free throws were attempted by checking the cell in column D? How do I use the IsError function to figure this out?
Private Sub cmbPlant_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) If cmbPlant.MatchFound = False Then cmbPlant.BackColor = &HC0& If MsgBox("Required!" & vbNewLine & "Please Select Correct Plant Number", vbOKOnly + vbExclamation, "Plant Number") = vbCancel Then Exit Sub Cancel = True Else cmbPlant.BackColor = &H80000005 End If End Sub
I also have a cancel button
Private Sub cmdCancel_Click() If MsgBox(" Cancelling Will Clear This Form." & vbNewLine & " No Data Will Be Entered." & vbNewLine & "Are You Sure You Wish To Cancel?", vbYesNo + vbQuestion, "Cancel Data Entry") = vbNo Then Exit Sub Unload Me End Sub
If someone clicks the cancel button before using the plant # combo, the form closes, but the cmbplant_exit msgbox pops up too.
I have wrote a simple macro/ function that used to work before I decided to improve it. When I run the macro, I can step F8 until the before last line in the following code
Function bla() As Boolean Set rCell = Cells(1, 1) If rCell.Value <> "" Then x = rCell.Value * 0.02 'Works rCell.Value = rCell.Value - x 'Doesn't work End If bla = False End Function
Excel does stop running the macro, but it doesn't show any error so I don't know what to fix. Steps to reproduce the problem: 1. Create new Excel document 2. Type any number in the very first cell 3. Open VBA, add module and copy above function 4. Type in another cell "=bla()"
I am using this code to make a new folder however if the folder already exists it gives me an Error 75.
Code: Private Sub CreateFullFolder_Click() 'FIlE address needs to be changed ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Details").Activate MkDir ("C:UsersDennisDesktopPartnering Contractors LTD" & Range("B12").Value) End Sub
What is the best way to add in column AG as a bar next to the current bars. I would want one solid color, and I don't need it brown up between positive, and negative. Also, I would want a 3rd error bar underneath for FX P&L. Looks like if I try to add a new data series they default to xy ranges, and forgot how to reverse. see attached example.
I have a 3 layered table: all of the data, the subtotals, and then the grand totals (the subtotals added up). I did the subtotal funcation for all of the subtotals and for the grandtotal. The grand totals grabs all of the subtotals accept for one row. All of the 4 totals miss the one subtotal row. I looked at the formula and it is correct and the same as the rest of the subtotals in the table. This row is in the middle of the table and I did check it is included in the reference in the forumla. I do not know how to fix this, or if it is an error?
My macro adds a sheet to an existing Excel workbook. However, this only works the first time. If I delete the added sheet and run the macro again I get the above error. The macro below call a second macro (see later )
I am trying to allow a user to select a file and have the only sheet from that file added to the workbook they are working in. When I run this code I get a "Subscript Out of Range" error
Code: Sub importRawData() Dim rawDataSheet As String MsgBox "Please select the unmodified AR Aging Report exported from PFW", vbOKOnly rawDataSheet = Application.GetOpenFilename(FileFilter:= _ "Microsoft Excel Workbooks, *.xls; *.xlsx", Title:="Select File") Sheets.Add(Sheets("PWF AR Data"), , , rawDataSheet).Name = "PWF Raw Data" End Sub
I wrote a macro that basically adds 5 lines at the beginning and puts in a heading (don't want to use headers). The macro worked flawlessly, then i decided to add it to my add-in and now I get the compile error "type mismatch" for the following line
- the "A1" is highlighted in particular.
Rows("1:5").Select Selection.Insert Shift:=xlDown, CopyOrigin:=xlFormatFromLeftOrAbove Range("A1").Select ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "1" With Selection.Font .Color = -16776961 .TintAndShade = 0 End With.............................
In the attached document is a timeline made from a scatter chart. Error bars using custom values are used to show the length of each task, however I can't get the chart to include error bars for the last 2 data points (tasks).
I'm trying to set up a macro that will capture all the unique values in a column, and then create a new sheet for each value. What I've got so far technically works, but it's also adding an extraneous sheet (with a generic sheet name, not the specified name I'm giving the sheets) and also giving me "Run-time error '1004': Application-defined or object-defined error" when it runs.