I have found instructions on the Net for stopping that rather intrusive 'Paste Options' pop-up button appearing in Excel 2003, 2007 and 2010 (I think; or it might have been 2011). But I have Excel 2008, and none of the instructions I have found applies. I cannot find a Microsoft Office button (other than the icon of the folder in Applications); nor is there 'Options' in the File menu. I use a Mac mini (Intel) with OS 10.8.4 (Mountain Lion).
I'm trying to assign a shortcut to a macro I wrote in VB. However, when I go to Tools->Macros->Macros, none of my macros (whether coded in VB or recorded) have the "Options..." button enabled, so I can't assign the macro. This happens whether I use Excel 2003 or Excel 2007. The file is not readonly and I have tried the various levels of macro security. I have VBA installed.
I am using excel 2010 and cant see the paste special options in any of the worksheets. If I restart my laptop then it shows up. I noticed that after opening Internet explorer, the options disappear once again and restarting the system brings them back.
I have been using excel for years but have always managed to resolve issues using formula's etc but now i have had to step into the realms of macro's. I am slowly learning but urgently need help with the below problem which is bound to be a simple solution.
I have compiled a workbook for users to administrate on a daily basis. (each worksheet is a different day of the month but the same template) There are a few hidden worksheets as the info is extracted from these to run reports.
The issue/s i have is that administrators use cut, copy and paste to repeat data opposed to retyping, this messes formats, formulas and validation up. I have used a macro from the net to remove this option and it works fine. Problem is that if they do not enable macro's this will cease to be an option.
I understand that you cannot remove the option of enabling macro's but you can force. Again used a macro from the web that if you don't enable it only shows a welcome page saying that macro's need to be enabled to use. (all others are hidden) if macro's are enabled the welcome page disappears and the worksheets 1-31 reappear. Again this worked fine.
I tried putting both macro's into the same workbook but kept coming up with errors, each one i resolved led to another.
So short of it i need a instructions/macro to force macros and remove cut copy and paste.
When I copy a cell with CTRL-C and paste elsewhere, a small clipboard pop-up appears to give paste options. The pop-up is the size of an average 'starter' cell. I find it a nuisance as it always covers a cell I might want to paste into, but I cannot see that cell anymore because of the pop-up. How can I get rid of the pop-up?
I'm currently using Excel 2010. Before, when ctrl+v'ing a cell that wasn't a number (but was, for example, a function), I could immediately after press ctrl, bring up a paste menu, and press v to paste as a value.
So before, if I had a range of cells that were functions (say something simple like "=D3/E3" on F3 and dragged down), I could do the following to paste the range into another worksheet:
1. Ctrl+shift+down to select the entire range 2. Ctrl+C 3. Ctrl+V into a different worksheet (at which point everything shows up as either "#DIV/0!" or as the wrong number, depending on cells to the left) 4. Ctrl (brings up the paste menu) 5. V (selects "values") 6. The entire range is now pasted as values, and not as functions
Recently, however, clicking on "ctrl" after pasting brings up no paste menu. I haven't changed any settings. I will lovingly serenade the first (and second, and third) man (or woman) that figure out what settings I must change or what I must do differently.
I have recently found that when I copy ranges (usually containing formulas), I only have the option of copying these ranges as text ( or vales). I can no longer copy formulas , (or formats, col width etc) in my excel worksheets.
This problem has only recently occurred and applies whether i have one or many spreadsheets open.
I have a relatively simple, though large, spreadsheet. I get the following in many of my cells: The Error Checking Options button is displayed and the cell itself. is marked with a small green triangle in the upper-left corner. When I click the button, the error type is displayed, followed by the following list of error-checking options:
information specific to the error type
• Show Calculation Steps: demonstrates all steps leading to the error • Ignore Error: allows you to accept the formula as entered, without Excel displaying the Error Checking Options smart tag • Edit in Formula Bar: allows you to edit the formula that is generating the error in the Formula Bar • Error Checking Options: opens the Options dialog box, where you can select the rules governing error checking • Show Formula Auditing Toolbar: displays the Formula Auditing toolbar
When I check the formula it calculates correctly. What triggers this when there is no error, is there a way to prevent it from appearing in the worksheet?
I want to create a button in the toolbar for each time I open excel. I want to click the button and I automatically want the button to perform these three seperate actions: paste values, paste formulas, paste formats
I'm trying to make a command button copy the text from a text box on a multipage control to the active cell in the sheet. I have been able to make it paste the text once it is manually selected and copied to the clipboard but that is all. I've tried recording a macro but that doesn't seem to work in the userform. I need it to copy the text from the active multipage tab (from a textbox) and paste into the sheet's active cell.
i have a button that copies data from cell A5:K5, and pastes it in Sheet2 of my workbook.
The data is ordered like this
------ ------ ------ button1
------ ------ ------ button2
------ ------ ------ buttonX
I have like 40 buttons attached to 4 rows each. And in that group of rows, i have some cells with an IF= formula, and some minor coding. The problem is: If i press button 3,4,17,29 before i press every other button before that. I get an reference code fail at the cell.
If i press the buttons in order. Like 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 - it appears smoothly.
More info: The button copies data from for example A5:K5 and pastes it into the next blank row of sheet2. But i want to be able to press button 2 before i press button1, without getting an error in my =IF cell.
If i press the 40 buttons in a row, and then starts to mix up the button pressing. It appears smoothly.
I am trying to develop a system to allow me select different parts from multiple sheets and then add them into a bill of material on a separate sheet.
I have written some VB script the best I can and it includes a 'commandbutton' to make it easy for the user of the workbook to use.
This is how it works:
Go to 'Step 1 - Manifold 8640' tab and highlight one of the yellow cells.Once you have selected a yellow cell, you then click the 'select' button above.The value (along with other values) are copied to the 'Smart Calc' sheet.Then you go to 'Step 2 - Gland Plate' tab, select a yellow cell, click the 'Select' button.Notice how the 'Step 2 - Gland Plate' value is entered into a different group in the 'Smart Calc' sheet - this is great................BUT
The issue I am having is:
If the user goes to 'Step 1 - Manifold 8640' tab, highlights the desired yellow cell then presses the 'Select' button twice, it will add two lines of data in the relevant 'Step 1 - Manifold 8640' section....This is ok.But when the user clicks a third time, the 'Step 1' data will overflow into the 'Step 2' section of the 'Smart Calc' tab...because the script tells the data to look for the next available line to write to. This is what I am trying to avoid!
Instead, i would like a message box to popup to indicate to the user that they cannot add anymore data into into the 'Step 1' or 'Step 2' sections of the 'Smart Calc' tab until they clear the data from within the relevant section in 'Smat Calc'.
I would like to set limits on where each 'Step 1' or 'Step 2' data is written to the 'Smart Calc' sheet (so it is within its relevant section). As you can see the script basically looks for the next available cell but this isn't really good when the data 'overflows'.
Note that you are able to highlight the yellow cells in the 'Smart Calc' tab and press the delete key, it will delete the data to clear the line. That is how i designed it to work so if the user makes a mistake they are able to just delete the relevant line and enter new data.
I have a frame (Frame1) on a userform added using Microsoft Forms 2.0 Frame. I have added option buttons to the frame named OptionButton1 thru OptionButton4. I am trying to add code where certain cells are copied and pasted depending on which optbutton is selected. I tried the following code but because the option button is a frame object it doesn't seem to trigger the event.
Private Sub OptionButton1_Click()
'copy level 1 If Me.OptionButton1 = True Then Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("G10:G32").Copy Worksheets("Sheet1").Select Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("C10:C32").Select Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValuesAndNumberFormats, Operation:= _ xlNone, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False End If
Hello, I am trying to update a person's finances for this past year. She sent me a workbook that has two sheets with macros. The first sheet is linked to the 2nd. When a name and number is typed into the first sheet it automatically shows up on the 2nd.
My problem is, no matter what number I change on the first sheet under amount, the Total cell on the 2nd sheet gives me the #Value error. I have not changed anything, have not deleted any formulas but no matter what I do, that value error always shows up. I know very little about excel but I thought I knew enough to be able to update this book for her. Is there a special way I should be inputting the numbers on the first sheet so that the value error will show the running total instead of an error?
One of the multitude of areas where I still need drastic improvement is with efficiency. Specifically, avoiding loops.
Are any of you aware of any good, basic level sites, blogs, posts, etc., about better methods or processes? I'm not particularly experienced with programming (I've been a software TESTER for 13 years and just started some programming in recent months), so the more basic the better.
I have a spreadsheet with data in all different rows. I'm trying to delete all the blank cells in between. I tried go to special, blank, and delete cells, but for some reason, the excel doesn't select all the blank cells. It only selects a few blank cells, which is really strange.
I'm trying to write a macro that will loop to the end of each row, if the last cell is a number it will cut and paste that whole row into another sheet, if the last cell is a word then it will leave it as it is.
I am using the formula below to count the unique items in column M. Two questions, how can I use the whole range M:M, but then also ignore the header because that would return 3. I tried repacing M2:M6 with M:M but I get #NUM!. I'm using 2003 but when I take this back to work I will be on 2007. If using the whole range M:M is not possible then I could just extend out to M2:M7000 which should cover the range. PAS Sheet
LM1Count of PASPAS22FD093 FD094 FD645 FD646 FD64 Spreadsheet FormulasCellFormulaL2=SUM(IF(FREQUENCY(MATCH(M2:M6,M2:M6,0),MATCH(M2:M6,M2:M6,0))>0,1))
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