Automatically Refresh AutoFilter When Cell Value Changes
Jun 22, 2009
I have a sheet named "Risk Register" and another named "Outside Residual Risk Threshold". I need an event macro on the worksheet "View code" section, so that any time a value changes in column AF on "Risk Register", the filter on rows 8:39 in "Outside Residual Risk Threshold" is refreshed. Both sheets are protected.
The code I tried in the "view code" or "Outside Residual Risk Threshold" was as below...
I read your reply to the thread below, and used your Worksheet_Calculate routine from it. It only works for the first sheet in my workbook. I have multiple sheets in the workbook, and when I run the routine on an activesheet other than the first sheet in the workbook, it doesnt work.
Is there a way to get this routine to work on a worksheet other than the first one in the book?
I have an autofilter set up that hides all rows with 0 in the first column. This information is automaticaly filled in from information on another sheet. Using a worksheet code from a previous thread I have got all the worksheets to automatically refresh which is great.
Private Sub Worksheet_Calculate()
If Me.FilterMode = True Then With Application .EnableEvents = False . ScreenUpdating = False End With
With ActiveWorkbook .CustomViews.Add ViewName:="Mine", RowColSettings:=True Me.AutoFilterMode = False .CustomViews("Mine").Show .CustomViews("Mine").Delete End With
The issue I have is that there are 52 worksheets (it's a weekly rota) and if any change is made anywhere on the sheet, all the worksheets then refresh which takes just over a minute (about 40 changes need to be made each day).
Does anyone know if there is a way that the information will only refresh on all sheets if changes are made in colums A? as this is the only information that is taken through to other sheets. Or is there another way of doing this?
I found one of your old VBA entries that allowed me to automatically refresh an autofilter function, and it works great.... with protection off.
As soon as I protect the sheet so users can't enter data into the pages showing the autofiltered data, the autofilter kicks off.
i have set the protection to allow autofiltering, so it's something that is preventing the macro (for automatically updating/refreshing the autofilter).
I'd love to either fix the macro to "autorefresh autofilter" with protection on, or just enter another code that will disable all functionality on the worksheet. (workbook is set up with multiple sheets, first sheet is for all data entry, subsequent sheets are filtered data-trying to make them viewable only).
I have a pivot table being created from multiple sheets in a workbook. This pivot table is created in the same workbook. Now how do I refresh this Pivot sheet automatically when any of the worksheets are updated. Even manually I am not able to refresh since the Refresh data menu is greyed out.
I have a workseet that is basically a massive list of orders that have been placed. I have some conditional formatting based on cells that use the today() function to work out how long (in days) since the order was placed.
Trouble is, the spreadsheet is always open, and is never closed down... so it does not refresh automatically. So orders that should go red to indicate a week since they've been placed, don't!
I don't want to rely on people refreshing the screen. Ideally, I would like it to refresh once a day at 1 minute past midnight, or even every hour...
I'm working on a dashboard that shows some market developments. One of the problems is that I'm using linked pictures and a combo box to choose the appropriate graph, but sometimes the picture link returns a blank. Apparently this is a bug that can be fixed by running a macro that refreshes the picture link. Unfortunately I'm a real beginner with this kind of stuff.
I have a Pivot Table feeding a chart that needs specific formatting
However, after a Pivot Table refresh, the chart loses any custom formatting and returns to the default formatting.
(I know I can create custom user-defined charts but I don't want to do that here)
What I would like to happen is for a (chart formatting) macro to automatically run after a pivot table refesh occurs. It should only occur on the one worksheet that contains the Pivot Table and associated chart and should run the macro after a refresh REGARDLESS of whether the data within the table was updated or not.
This is the first time I’ve tried to use VBA. I’m using Excel 2000. In my excel workbook have 1 sheet called “Cards” in which I Change data in one cell $B$2 (enter a part number) and formulas in this sheet return many values from another sheet “Card Data”. In the “Card Data” sheet, formulas that look through a sheet “Sales Book” and return the data that pertains to the Part Number I entered in the sheet “Cards”. In the sheet “Card Data” there are 3 pivot tables (“PH CALC”, “PH QTY”, and “Pivot Table 3”) that use the Part Number data to show 3 different sets of information. The pivot tables are the source for 3 charts in the “Cards” Sheet.
Problem: Pivot tables don’t automatically refresh. I would like to use VBA code to automatically refresh the pivot tables in the “Card Data” sheet when I change the Part Number in cell $B$2 of the “Cards” sheet, which, in turn, would then update my charts in the “Cards” sheet.
I have this spreadsheet with tons of vba coding. The intent of the spreadsheet is to track invoices as it goes through the approval process. The part that is giving me issues is the first and seventh column. The seventh column is actually a formula that returns how many days between the invoice due date and today’s date. The coding works fine, with one small glitch. Once the dates have been entered, the first column (which contains the color-coding) stops changing colors. What it should do is anything with 0 or less days remaining should show red, between 1 to 10 days, show yellow and anything above 10 days, show green.
So if I enter an invoice with 11 days remaining to pay, it will show green in the first column, but when I open the spreadsheet tomorrow, it remains green, even though it should show yellow. What I want it to do is refresh every time it is opened, or every day, which ever is easier. There are reasons that we cannot use conditional formatting, one of them being that we want to expand the color coding system to more than 3 colors soon, but I want to get this working correctly first.
This is what I have. I cannot attach the spreadsheet because it contains confidential information.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
Dim h As Integer Dim i As Integer Dim j As Integer Dim lastRow As String Dim fRowValue As String Dim gRowValue As String Dim mRowValue As String Dim rRowValue As String Dim uRowValue As String Dim paidCheck As String Dim stringAnswer As String Dim testAnswer As String Dim testDate As String
I am using excel 2007 and when I change cells my formulas do not automatically refresh. I have set it to automatic and the calculations will not refresh. How I can force a calculation. I did the control alt f9 and nothing seems to work. Any macro that can force all calculations.
I have some VBA code which hides columns based on a cell value. The cell value changes according to which option button is selected. The code works but not when the button is selected and the cell value changes. It is necessary to click elsewhere in the sheet or press Enter to get the columns to hide. I want it to do it automatically as a user wouldn't know to click elsewhere.
The working code is:
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Range("N5").Value = 2 Then Columns("O:R").EntireColumn.Hidden = True Else Columns("O:R").EntireColumn.Hidden = False
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 two worksheets, one that I update information on and the other which just basically points to that information. The second one is for viewing by a different department and has an 'Autofilter' applied so they only see certain information. This works fine as such until the data is changed in the first worksheet, at this point the 'Autofilter' doesn't automatically update, I have to take the filter off then put it back on again.
Is there anyway to ensure the autofilter updates automatically or is there an alternative way of doing this,
I'm working on an excel sheet to display technical problems in an office. I want to use a filter in order to not display problems that were resolved (by applying a filter to show only "0" on the "problem duration" column that displays "hours problem was up after solved" and "0" if not solved) as the point is to display only non-resolved issues. I wanted this filter to be re-applied constantly, meaning once I fill the time and date it's solved and the formula calculates the time it was up, this row will automatically vanish due to the filter applied.
I found this thread on your site Refresh Autofilter Automatically from the resolved problems so we need to remove the filters once in awhile. With this after the filter is removed, you cannot setup a new filter at all (it just doesn't seem to allow you, erasing it after it is being applied). I need to not only be able to setup a new filter, but also that this new filter will be reapplied automatically all the time (temporary disable of a filter is also an option, but I do not know whether it's possible).
I do have Excel 2007 on Vista, but I also need this to work on Excel 2003 with XP.
I'm trying to use " autofilter". I put the code as Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel. Range)
so it'll update by itself. My criteria are on row 5 and all my data is below row 7. Row 7 contains the headers. This all works fine for text-fields. My question is if someone can get it working with numbered fields?
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 have a query with ODBC connection to a SQL database. This query's parameter is linked to a cell. The resultant data is the source for a pivot table. I want to refresh the pivot table, when the query is run. I've tried using the cell that triggers the query....but the problem is that the query takes about 10 seconds to run. By the time the query returns new data....the pivot has already refreshed. I need it to refresh AFTER the query is complete.
I tried adding a cell that sums up the data from the query...thinking when THAT changes (due to updated data), to trigger the pivot refresh. Problem is that I don't know the trigger for when the sum cell changes (ie....formula change, not typed in.)
i have an excel spreadsheet with 27 or so workeets. it contains sales figures in it. I want to be able to link mutiple cells of this workbook to another workbook so that it retreives that data, So that when I hit the refresh (!) button it will automatically put the data in. I will recieve new sales figures (new files) on a monthly basis so i want it to be able to update the figures to the new figures.
I've got a spreadsheet with a few queries to extract data into my sheet. Whenever I open the spreadsheet, I get a "query refresh" dialog box, asking if I want to "Enable automatic refresh". I keep clicking on the "Enable" button but I have to keep answering the question for each open. Isn't there a way to set "yean - ok - refresh the data" so that I don't have to keep saying "yes"?