i have just finished filling out a 2000 line spreadsheet, on this spread sheet i had a customer number i then had to look up the customer number on our old database to retrieve the address for the customer. Is there any way that for future spreadsheet's i can input the customer number and it will auto fill the address of that customer ?
the columns on my sheet are:
customer A/C number
Customer Address line 1
Customer Address line 2
Customer Address line 3
it would save me hours and hours of time digging through the database again.
I have inserted the sheet. As you can see in Sheet 1 I have the Store, Address, Town etc, I would like a drop down box in D13 ( Store Name ) so when I select a store it will automatically fill all the info into D15:D19 Address, Town etc. The info will be pulled from Sheet 2.
I currently have this code ( which works perfect ) that was written by someone else. It performs an auto-fill in column "A".
I need to learn how to adjust this code to do it for other columns, but do not know currently.
Maybe someone could highlight of BOLD the adjustments to direct the code to the column.
Sub fill_rows_A_4() Dim arrTmp As Variant Dim lngRow As Long With Worksheets("sheet1") 'adapt arrTmp = .Range(.Cells(1, 1), .Cells(.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp)) For lngRow = 1 To UBound(arrTmp) If arrTmp(lngRow, 1) = "" Then arrTmp(lngRow, 1) = arrTmp(lngRow - 1, 1) Next .Range(.Cells(1, 1), .Cells(UBound(arrTmp), 1)) = arrTmp End With End Sub
Working with 2 worksheets in the same spreadsheet. In worksheet A cell F6 is a solution (hex2dec) these solutions are staggered consistently in column F (F6, F9, F12, F15 etc) In worksheet B cell A2 displays workshop A cell F6 details (=ATR!F6) Worksheet B cell A3 Autofil uses (=ATR!F7) I want (=ATR!F9) Worksheet B cell A4 I want (=ATR!F12) How do I condition autofil to follow my chosen sequence ie F6,F9,F12,F15 etc...
I am trying to figure out how to auto-fill a range. I am summing a range from one tab to another, like A1:A5. I want to autofill the subsequent cells to begin with the cell that follows the last of the previous range, so it would autofill as A1:A5, A6:10, A11:15, etc. how to do this?
I have a macro set up to automatically fill all of the cells in certain columns with the top cell's formula in that column. This is so I don't have to go through and manually "fill down" the formulas into the blank cells after I insert a row into my database. The problems is, though, that the macro sometimes takes a long a** time to run (and uses up a TON of memory...the doc. was 29,000 kb at one point!) because of the amount of rows & columns I have (approx. 5000 row & 34 columns) just one one sheet.
Anyway, is there a way to set up something in VBA to have it auto fill in the formulas in the columns I choose, after I insert a row, with the information that preceeds it?
So, for example, if I insert a row anywhere in my database, excel will know right away that I want that row filled w/ the formulas from the row above 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 use this code to start at the the top of the column going down, but the way my data is setup, I need it to start at the bottom and work up.
Sub fillBlanksI() 'Declare variables Dim FR As Long, LR As Long, i As Long, FillVal As Variant 'Stop screen flicker and speed up code Application.ScreenUpdating = False 'Find the last row of any column in the sheet LR = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count 'Loop from row i downwards until we find a value - this is the first filled row and assign its value to FillVal
I have a spread sheet which tracks work we do on certain items. These items (about 200 of them) consist of a 3 or 4 number tracking code (they are all 4 numbers, but some have leading 0's.) This tracking code is entered into Column B and when we cross reference the number to a chart we have we can determine if item is either, "model A," or, "model B."
I want to get rid of that cross reference chart, or rather, I want excel to cross reference for me and automatically fill A or B into Column C, right next to the tracking code.
Is this possible without VBA? It seems like it may be something simple, but i've poked around and have done nothing but make a mess.
I'm trying to set up a multi page report where some of the same information is repeated into a several forms. Is there a way I can set this up to where I type it into the one section and it will auto fill into the other pages I need the same information?
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'm looking to set up a table in Excel (or possibly Access that is then referenced through Excel). But end goal would be to be able to type in an Item Number and then Excel automatically fills in the Description, weight, price and other information about that item number. That way, I don't have to type in "11108.1" and "Computer Mouse" and "$15.98". I want to only type in "11108.1" and it knows to fill in the other information. Is this possible in Excel? I've searched through many functions and haven't found it so I'm thinking it may require a combination of formulas.