How is code or functions kept unique to a workbook? for instance i create a few toolbars that are relevant to "work book 1", however when i open another workbook "2" the toolbars do not function properly or are removed by the opening/closing of the work book, similarly other macros seem to struggle with more than one workbbok open at a time.
I need to copy several macros from the Personal Macro workbook to a new workbook that I need to take to another computer. I need to be able to run the macros on that computer. I can only record macros and make minor changes in the VB editor. I do not know VB code.
In a workbook with several worksheets i would like (as part of a backup function) make a copy of one of the worksheets.
The code of the complete project is distributed over a module (module1) and several Microsoft excel objects ("thisWorkbook", but also in a number of the worksheets (e.g. in "sheet3 (Risk Management Plan)").
The backup copy of the worksheet (in this example also containing e.g. the Microsoft excel object "sheet6 (Backup of Risk Management Plan)" should be free of any macro code. this to avoid unintended problems by inexperienced users, but also to keep the file size limited.
Probably it would be possible to copy the worksheet without of copying also the code. Or it would be possible to strip the code only from this particular worksheet without influencing any other code, forms, ... . Or, perhaps, there would even a totally different approach.
I have several workbooks that contain the same worksheets. The worksheets within the several workbooks are structurally the same but have a different number of elements within the structure of the worksheets. I've written Macros that accommodate the difference in the number of elements in the worksheets and will perform the same appropriate tasks within all workbooks.
I use one of the workbooks for development and as I make changes in the Macros within this development workbook, I wish to update all the macros in the other workbooks.
I've been Exporting and Importing to accomplish the update. Is there a utility available that will accomplish this task? Something like "Copy all Modules from "Workbook1.xls"
I've created an Excel 2007 workbook with about a dozen worksheets that are full of formulas and links to other workbooks, as well as conditional formatting that isn't backwardly compatible with Excel 2003. However, many people who want to see this workbook are still on Excel 2003. I need to recreate an Excel 2003 compatible workbook with the appearance and formatting of the original and have all the formulas and links converted to values. So, the final product will "look" just like the original without the conditional formatting, links or formulas. It will just have the look, colors and values displayed for all cells.
Essentially, I want a macro that will copy however many worksheets (1-n) are in an Excel 2007 workbook to a new Excel 2003 workbook. I'd like the worksheets to retain their label names as well.
Code, couldn't make it work with VB HTML Maker. I'm new with VBA Basically my idea is when someone open default file, insert data, try to save file, macros save workbook with inserted data as another file (*.xlsx) and make pdf in another folder. Pdf part is working fine, but with second part just can't find right option.
Private Sub Workbook_AfterSave(ByVal Success As Boolean) Dim Name As String Dim i As Integer, j As Integer Name = ThisWorkbook.Path & "PDF Archive" & ActiveSheet.Range("F6") & " Invoice " & ActiveSheet.Range("B11")
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) Dim ActSheet As Worksheet Dim ActBook As Workbook Dim CurrentFile As String Dim NewFileType As String Dim NewFile As String
I am looking to create a macro that will edit the code of another macro that is already setup. Basically, I have a macro that will open and close every file that has data linked to this workbook. Because of the 255 character limitation of text in Excel, I have a simple macro to open/close each so it will bring over any additional characters past 255. Now, this macro is saved to a master file, and each month we do a save as, and start a new period on it. The files we open/close are named C:/data/RCC/FY2007/10543 - ifi/10543 CurrentMonth Rec.xls
Is there a way to make a macro, that will do a simple find -- replace in the VBA code of the original sheet, so that it looks for the right files. So, with the above example, I would replace "CurrentMonth" with whatever I enter into an inputbox (say AUG for August).
And if you have a moment, is there a way to make two input boxes, one to denote the Fiscal Year (in the file path it is the entry that is FY2007) and CurrentMonth, so that if it is the new fiscal month then it will create a new directory and save in that new location? So when it is FY 2008, I would do a save as C:/data/RCC/FY2008/10543 - ifi/10543 CurrentMonth Rec.xls?
The following sub will look in the file ("FY09 SOF"), in column "A", search for the strings that begin with "2109", "3009", or ends in "-1", and copy the entire row. It will then paste these in the file ("FY09 PR Log Blank").
I have found that in the file ("FY09 SOF"), if things are filtered in any row, it will not copy those necessary items.
The data filter is on row 13 of each sheet. Is there a way of fixing this? (i.e. having the macros select "all" on the filter before copying the sheet? There are 60 sheets so a macros will be necessary.
Sub get_data() Dim wb As Workbook, wbDest As Workbook Dim ws As Worksheet, wsDest As Worksheet Dim lngCalc As Long Dim FoundCells As Range Dim FoundCell As Range
Set wb = Workbooks("FY09 SOF") Set wbDest = Workbooks("FY09 PR Log Blank") Set wsDest = wbDest.Worksheets("Paste all here, then sort")
With Application .ScreenUpdating = False lngCalc = .Calculation .Calculation = xlCalculationManual End With For Each ws In wb.Worksheets.............................
I want to delete all macros from my workbook (so it will work well in Mac 2008). I went to Alt-F11 and deleted all Macros there and check every sheet and found no references. I did all that and when I try to open it in Excel for Mac it says there are still Macros.
I have made 7 macros for inserting a blank row above certain text, which are located in single column but in different row. 3 macros are for one sheet and 4 are for other. I am able to run them at once but the changes are getting done in only one sheet (which is active when I run macro)
Below is the code of macro: Sub Space1() Dim c As Range For Each c In Range("D1:D60")
In addition to the code below that hides data if macros not enabled, prevents copy and cut (I know its still possible) I would like to as well as protect the sheets (which works fine) also protect the workbook to prevent moves etc. Unfortunately while the protection may be easily applied, the veryhidden bit to ensure macros are selected then conks out. Does anyone out there know of a way where say the workbook protection may remain and at the same time allow the veryhidden etc bits do their stuff as normal as if the workbook protection was off?
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave _ (ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean) If Cancel = True Or bIsClosing = False Then Run "HideAll" If SaveAsUI = True Then Cancel = True
End Sub Private Sub Workbook_Activate() Dim oCtrl As Office.CommandBarControl 'Disable all Cut menus For Each oCtrl In Application. CommandBars.FindControls(ID:=21) oCtrl.Enabled = False 'oCtrl.Enabled = True Next oCtrl...................
Our department receives weekly and fortnighly updated workbooks from a number of different departments. Each workbook contains 10s of worksheets. Our department analyzes the data and generates reports from those worksheets.
I have developed a few macros to automate the report generation for making the computing of my colleagues easier.
Now, the problem is that all the macros are developed behind individual sheets and some modules. For this reason, my colleagues have to copy each updated sheet and paste over the older ones individually, each and every time. It is really quite time-consuming task - deleting older data from all the worksheets and then copying fresh data on each of them, one by one.
They want to make their life easier by just replacing the entire workbooks with the new ones and still want the macros functioning, as usual.
My concern is how I can put all the code in a separate workbook and how to reference data from the other workbook.
I have created an Excel Workbook and this Workbook has a VBA code that enforces an expiry date of the workbook (TimeBomb from cpearson.com). So, if the expiry date has passed, the workbook will not open. But since it is VBA related, the expiry date will work only if one has enabled macros. If macros are disabled, the workbook will open regardless of the date.
So, is there a way for Excel to check if macros are enabled? and is there a way for Excel not to open the workbook, if the macros are disabled?
I've used excel for awhile now but never really tapped into the tough stuff. I'm trying to create a workbook for work for Purchase Orders. I figured excel would be workable. The big thing I need is that for each worksheet that is created, I need it to automatically have the next P.O. number on the sheet. I have no idea if that is possible though. Each worksheet will be the same style but the P.O. would automatically change from say 105 to 106 when the new sheet is made. I was hoping maybe the date could automatically be entered as well. That doesn't have to happen but it could be helpful. Working with Excel 2003.
First of I have a workbook, that runs several macros. All works fine. However I need to better secure the workbook. I realize that there is no guarantee on the security with excel but am hoping for something to solve the problem stated below.
When a user (with high security settings) opens the workbook in question, I would like the workbook to CLOSE out if the user chooses to disable macros when the asked by excel.
I have a "template" that runs a few processes and then saves the results in a new workbook...is there any way that I can have my vba code save the workbook without saving any of the vba code in the new workbook?
I would also like to exclude one of the worksheets from the new workbook if possible (but the first part is more important).
Is it possible to open a workbook via vba, but disable the macros? I know this sounds strange, but the workbook is coded to prevent users from saving it, and the only way to save it is to either open it with macros disabled or change the variable OKtoSave to true, but the variable is global only to the sheet and I can't find a way to change it through a macro written in my personal.xls workbook.