I have a worksheet that has several hidden columns and wish to have the EntireRow.Autofit apply to all rows in the current region based on visible columns. After using the WrapText method on all visible cells, one of the hidden columns with a lot of characters causes the entire row to be much larger than desired. Is there a way to use EntireRow.Autofit to only expand the height of each row in the current region as necessary based only on the visible cell contents in that row?
Set AllCells = ActiveCell.CurrentRegion
.Font.Size = 6
.Font.Bold = False
.WrapText = True
.EntireRow.AutoFit = True
I am using Excel 2007 and I would simply like to autofit every column o that the information fits and is visible. I would do this myself, but when you have to open many files with as many as 100 columns, its not fun.
Need to correct code to resize all visible rows on a sheet based only on the text in the visible columns. I have tried the below code but when it resizes it is using the largest amount of text in the rows including that in the hidden columns.
I am trying to write a small sub which will make do an "AutoFit" for all columns of the Active Sheet. For example, the code below does an "AutoFit" for columns A:J of a sheet. How can I make it do the same for all columns (not only for columns A:J) of the ActiveSheet?
I used the code below to successfully create workbooks from the filtered list using the below code provided on this forum (see link below). The only problem is that I want the resulting columns to fit to width.
Looping Through A Range - Use Result As Criteria In A Filter
I do hav a sheet in which i do hav some column;s n data
Worktype Metrics April May June
in work type few rows are hidden which i don't need what i need is i want to populate only comman metrics in other range named metrics i had build a macro for this and that's working fine but the problem is it also reads metrics from hidden rows too. i had tried a loop in which i had placed as hidden column property condition.
I am looking for a bit of code that will count the number of visible columns either. I have the following which is missing the code to establish if the range is visible or
Code: Do Until rngVisibleColumnCount.Column = Range("HRISData_RoleError").Column 'Code to establish if visible intVisibleColumnCount = intVisibleColumnCount + 1 Set rngVisibleColumnCount = rngVisibleColumnCount.Offset(0, 1) Loop
In the code below, I found out how to make the column widths automatically adjust on a worksheet based on the text entered. This code works great but it also reveals the hidden columns on the worksheet. Can i prevent it from doing that?
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) With Me.Cells .Columns.AutoFit End With End Sub
Found here: Automatically Adjust Row Height & Column Width
I have an Excel sheet with all client information...For clinical supervision I want my team members to open their own "Supervision.xls" and click a button...this button will open "Client.xls" and select "Client info sheet"...It will then hide rows c,d,g & f...it will then filter column "e" based on the specific caseworkers name ( say "Joe") and copy only the visable columns back to their "supervision.xls" Values only (doesn't effect the colour formating of Supervision.xls) then close "Client.xls"
Is there a way / code i can put into a macro which can autofit a group of sheets or a whole work book. I have a workbook with 100's of sheets and it takes alot of time to click each sheet and autofit them manually.
I do run a macro for each sheet, so if i could build it into a macro by adding the code to it that would be great
I have many checkboxes (1 to 26) that I want visible or not, based on whether the cell states "n/a" (are in a column in a different worksheet). Rather than writing this code multiple times, I'm looking to condense the code.
I'm trying to Autofit a number of Rows within a macro. I need to autofit Rows 8 to 80 as the content of these rows will have been updated by lines earlier in the macro. Some rows will now contain more than 1 line of text whereas others will now be blank.
I have a range named "rngOrders" on an Excel 2003 worksheet. I'm looking for a VBA macro that will set the row heights of the range to autofit (for rows/cells with wrapped text) and also set a minimum row height of 19.5 points for all rows.
1. autofit all cells in 38 worksheets 2. copy the previous row without looking up or deleting or inserting. Just a simple copy previous row of values and formulas down one (to the next row empty or not) 3. Hide columns with headings hide in the first cell of the column.
Remember, I have 38 worsheets in the same workbook that it has to cycle thru. 4 of those are pivots, so no need to include those.
When I run the macro, some columns are already hidden. The macro doesn't seem to autosize cells correctly. For instance, one cell in a row appears to have some contents hidden (or below the reading area of the cell). In other instances, the rows are auto-size to huge heights and widths.
I've just created a spreadsheet that we will be using as a project review form. In this spreadsheet I have multiple rows of merged cells, column D to N, for comments. I need these comment areas, merged rows, to autofit whatever is cut and pasted or typed into them.
The first problem is cutting and pasting from a pdf. All of the documents we received for the projects we bid are in pdf format. We often cut and paste from those documents into an older version of our review sheet that was built in Word. Trying to cut and paste the same information into Excel ends up in failure. Is there a way that this can be done without jumping through hoops?
The second problem Iím running into is when I cut and paste into a comment area I get the typical Excel error message that the information being pasted does not fit the area it is being pasted into. It there a workaround for this?
My third problem is autofitting the pasted information into the merged cells. Iíve seen some VBA and tried a couple but they donít work automatically when the comments area is filled. How can I do this? I donít know VBA. I'm using MS Office 2003