I have autofilter enabled on the header row across the top of my worksheet.
Is there a quick line of VBA I can use to toggle EACH one to (ALL). This would act as a "Reset" in my spreadsheet and display everything.
I want to have a cell report the sum of a column and have that sum change depending on which values I have filtered on another column. I have a cell reporting a sum of times in column E, but if I filter Column F to show only jobs for 1/16/09, I want that number to display the total time for just those shown. At this point, it just shows the total regardless of what is filtered.
I have some code for applying various filters, up to a maximum of five. However, not all five fields need necessarily have any filter but I can't find a way in the vaConditions line to show 'no filter' or 'All'.
I have a similar issue, but it's with a date field. Every day, I go in and check the current day to show the current days data(on a Pivot table). Is there a way to modify this code so the AutoFilters update and "check" up to the current day?
i have the code below attached to a button and was wanting to know how (if possible) i could do the same thing but to all sheets so that i could have one button that removed all the autofilters in the work book ....
I have autofilter enabled on the header row across the top of my worksheet. Is there a quick line of VBA I can use to toggle EACH one to (ALL). This would act as a "Reset" in my spreadsheet and display all content. I had a solution that worked, until I made the workbook shared / password protected.
I am looking to adapt a piece of code (originally created by Ger Plante) so that it autofilters multiple columns of a table. I have three data validated lists that need to search 3 different columns in the table and filter accordingly, but also show all if no hits are made (hence why Ger Plante's code) was perfect in most respects. I would ideally like to keep the code as a Worksheet_Change event, but can deal with it being run as a normal Macro via a button if this is necessary.
VB: Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Not Intersect(Target, Range("B1")) Is Nothing Then Range("A5:C5").AutoFilter Field:=1, Criteria1:=IIf(Trim(Range("B1").Text) = "", "<>", "=") & Range("B1").Text End If End Sub
I can select the top cell in column "F" after filtering by multiple columns using VBA and arrays, but now want to I want to use the top cell in column "F" to search for all other equipment that uses this item.
E.g. remove filter, and reapply autofilter to column "F" based on selected cell as per below VBA
Note: Row 1 contains command buttons and row 2 Headers.
I have an excel 2003 sheet that collects data from Infopath forms. The forms are to record students who have broken school rules, when, where, repercussions etc. One column shows their class and there is a separate column for each rule broken.
I want to create another sheet to show each class down the rows and the columns to show each school rule. Therefore, each cell would show the number of each particular rule broken for each particular class. I have tried to do countif and sumproduct (if on sheet 1, column B the class is KA and on sheet 1, column M, the rule is bullying = how many times this has occurred).
I have 2 different formulas that I need changed in a similar way.
The first formula is for cell AV11: =SUM(BI11,BP11,BW11,CD11,CK11,CR11,CY11,DF11,DM11,DT11,EA11)+10
Every cell starts off blank.
What I need is for cell AV11 to always start off blank until data is entered into one of the other cells. The problem is that since the sum always needs to be +10 only when data is entered in the other cells, I don't know how to keep 10 from showing in cell AV11 when no data is typed in the other cells.
The other formula is for cell CO39: =(CU8)+3
I pretty much need the same thing. If no data is entered in cell CU8, then I do not want cell CO39 to show the 3.
I have a list of item numbers in a column which is Autofiltered. I can go to the autofilter drop down and then to custom and select two item numbers to allow through the filter, however I have about ten item numbers that I want to allow through the filter.
Is it possible to have multiple instances of autofilter on a single worksheet? The two autofilters should not be related to each other and are on different sets of data (in different rows as well as columns but in the same worksheet).
I have a situation - where I have a table and a "eSubtotal" cell that basically shows the subtotal value when Autofilter is ON and a SUMIFS calculated value when Autofilter is OFF. I have written this in the Selection change event of the sheet.
For this purpose, I have perform a regular check of AutoFilterMode = true or false and based on this result, I change the formula in the cell, eSubtotal.
Now the challenge is, I don't want to apply SUBTOTAL formula when AutoFilter is ON but there is no filter in any of the columns. I want to keep the SUMIFS just like that in this case.
i am trying to filter data based on more than one criteria (8 to be precise). I have some data in one worksheet and i need to transfer it to other worksheets depending on certain criteria. for example if cell A1 has A or B then it should go to "temp1" spreadhseet, if A1 has C,D, E, F, G or H then it should go to "temp2" worksheet etc.
Is there a smart way of doing this rather than writing a number of with statements using 2 criterias each and hence copying data in more than one attempt (and thus slowing down the macro)?
I did think of using creating a dummy column, then using If statements to write True or false in that column, using true & false to filter and copy the data and then finally deleting the column. but as i understand i can not have more than 7 nested if statements but i have 8 criterias.
I have a workbook of approx. 60,000 rows, with about 20 columns including a source identity column, such as 'Leeds' , 'Barnet' etc..
What i need is a solution that will auto filter all rows that have a value of 'Leeds' in the source column into a new workbook called 'leeds.xls' for eg. and so on (for each unique source value) and loop until the whole data set has been filtered.
Saves manually filtering, copying and pasting....over and over.....
Im guessing the VBA needs to build / look at an array etc...