I have been working on a workbook that uses as a source information on Sheet 1.
Each item reports a number of different details from column A to column BY.
Each row is for a different item.
25 rows of information.
This is my master formula sheet, the one I've been using to create the page that reports and formulates information on a single item. The source for this sheet is taken from the cells in Sheet1!Row2.
Now that I have the sheet pretty much finished, I want to paste the same report on each succeeding page for a total of 25 sheets. I can copy Sheet2 and paste into each successive sheet, but then I need to change every single formula so that where it said AT2 it changes to AT3, where it was H2, H3, etc., from A to BY.
Problem: Can I use something that will automatically take the information for succeeding sheets and take as its source the succeeding row from the source page?
I don't know that I'm describing that sufficiently, so:
Sheet 3 would take as its source Sheet1, row 3.
Sheet 4 would take as its source Sheet1, row 4.
Sheet 5 would take as its source Sheet1, row 5.
Sheet 6 would take as its source Sheet1, row 6.
In the past I used the find/replace function, but this sheet seems way too complicated for that. As an example, one cell alone on my master sheet is
so I would need to change S2 to S3 everywhere it appears, but there are probably more than a hundred places on the sheet that I'd have to manually change 2s to 3s, etc., for 25 sheets, which is why I'm wondering if there isn't a better way than going cell by cell, sheet by sheet.
I want to design a spreadsheet report, but instead of importing the data from an external source, i would like the data to come from another sheet within the same workbook. The goal is that the data sheet will contain only raw data with no formatting, and the report sheet will contain all the formatting.
I'm trying to do is create a macro that will autopopulate information from a source sheet. What I have is a different route sheet for 25 or so technicians within my company on one worksheet.
I want to be able to have a source sheet that I can change daily and have it autopopulate the information needed into the appropriate cells/sheets from this one source sheet.
I am pretty sure there is a way to do this, but I'm not familiar enough with creating macros to do this myself, although if I had an example of one cell and a simple explanation of how to fit this to the information needed I think I could do this on my own.
but be the same as the source Workbook's - so that I wouldn't have to modify the code for each user separatly, because the sheet would alwayas be saved in the same folder as the current path of the source workbook.
I have extracted data from multiple sheets and now want to mark this data as "Paid" and for the macro to go back and change the value in the original sheet on a row in column "AR" to "PAID. All the columns have the same data type in.
The extracted data contains the original sheet name and each row has a unique ID No to it.
I know I probably need to use INDEX and MATCH and then Offset to post value.
I've used vlookup before but his #REF problem has me stumped.
I want to concat two cells in the Source worksheet and vlookup into the Defs sheet, but I keep getting #REF(G4:G6) when I want to return the 2nd column in the Defs sheet. What's curious is when I modify the vlookup to return the 1st column I correctly get the lookup cells(G6:G9).
What's wrong with the formula in G4.
My requirement is I can't change the format of the Source worksheet because it contains macros that work with ERwin. And it is MUCH bigger than the attached sample so I will copy/paste the formula down 6000+ cells.
I have a source sheet which contains data. Within this data there is a column (column 3) called Name and I would like to take the data from this sheet and paste it onto a new sheet but in grouped format. So take all instances where it finds criteria 1, then 2 and so on and just paste it on a new line each time it finds a criteria. So far I have the following code to search
Sub loopy() Dim rngTemp As Range ' the range variable declaration Dim intCounter As Integer 'counter as integer ' the following loop goes through all the cells in column a up until the last used cell in the column For Each rngTemp In Range("a1", Range("a" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp)) 'increment the counter if the cell has value fridge If rngTemp = "Fridge" Then intCounter = intCounter + 1 Next rngTemp MsgBox "There were " & intCounter & " cells equal to Fridge" End Sub
Sheet1 contains a chart using a dynamic name in Source Data: Values. The dynamic name data is controlled by another cell. When I copy the sheet - i.e. Sheet1 (2) - and change the control cell, the Source Data: Values in the copied sheet still refers to the original Sheet1.
I am working on a "3 worksheet" excel workbook. The first worksheet does not require any header.
I'd like to enter data into the second sheet (say cells A1 and B1), and use VBA to pull from those cells to generate the same custom header for both the second and third worksheets.
For example, I'd like the header to pull "# 123456" from cell A1, and "789" from B1 in sheet two, putting them in a centered header for both sheets two and three (same reference cells from sheet two for both, not new values of A1 and B1 from sheet 3 for sheet 3 header). I'd like to format in a way that looks something like this:
I'm currently running Excel 07, and was able to pull from a cell on one worksheet into that sheet's header but couldn't get it to span multiple sheets.
I'm trying to make a spreadsheet that can be used to easily build a collective list of steps, for a user to read and follow line-by-line.
I want a source sheet of "steps" that I can change over time, and the resulting tabs that reference the source sheet get updated/populated automatically.
I've pieced together some VBA code from other sources, which kind of does what I want it to:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) If Target.Row > 1 And Target.Column = 1 Then Dim SourceSheet As Worksheet Set SourceSheet = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Steps") Dim TargetSheet As Worksheet Set TargetSheet = Target.Worksheet Dim c As Integer Dim Source As Range
But there are some problems:
1) The data auto-populates into a row. It would read better if each step was in the same column, meaning rows would need to be automatically added upon selecting something from the drop-down list. The number of rows that need to be added vary based on the number of steps in the source sheet, for the selection made from the drop-down list.
2) If you make a change to the source sheet, my goal is to have the other sheets referencing the source sheet's lists of steps update automatically, so you only need to update the steps in one spot and everything you've built from them gets updated instantly. Currently, you must select a different choice from the drop-down list, and then change it back, before it populates the "new" steps from the source sheet.
This is my first time using VBA.
What I have so far is attached: testAutoPopulate.xlsm
how to protect a worksheet from editing and at the same time allow all data source links within the sheet to be refreshed? I need my users to be able to refresh all data links as required but not be able to change the worksheet in any other way.
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What I want Excel to do:
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I have been searching for a way to prevent a user from changing a worksheet name. I ran into some code from the post below (see link) but I find that the code lets the user change the name and save the changed name of a sheet; only when the user selects a different sheet does it change the name back to the set name (sname) from the code.
I'm sure there must be a way to make this happen without deactivating the sheet, but I can't figure it out. Is there some other sort of event that could cause this to happen.
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pic of excel.jpg I want to be able to plug in something or delete it and have it reflect to all other sheets. Also I would like to be able to plug in some information and have it export itself based on a specific information. For example, I would want all Newark,NJ contacts to be place in the Newark list automatically.
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I have a worksheet called "Roster" with a list of names from D7:D17 each person on the list has a separate sheet that is called by their name. the sheets are not linked up. the names were just manually typed into the list and into each sheet name.
If any name is changed on the list on "Roster!D7:D17" i would like the sheet that has that name to change as well.
This is the code that i was sent, but i do not know enough about VBA code to understand exactly what is happening, thus i cannot diagnose the problem. I placed the following code into the page "Roster" (by right-clicking and then pasting the code) then i closed, but nothing happens. I can mess with the code and get an error message. but that is about it. error messages usually say something about the debugger, or runtime error or something.
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