I want to create a command button that will clear whatever is written in a text box. I guess for this to work it needs to select all, then clear. The command button and the text box have been created using the control toolbox.
I have created a command button, right clicked the button and selected 'View Code'. In the code window I've entered the following code:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() IB_FB_Hedge_3 Outcome.range(W10:X11).ClearContents End Sub
As soon as I enter the code a message pops up:
Expected: list separator or )"
Is my syntax wrong? Is the sheet name, 'IB_FB_Hedge_3 Outcome' not allowed?
When I created this code a few minutes before I was not having the 'Compile error' problem, but the Command Button was not working either. When I clicked the command button it would just show the circles at the corners, suggesting that it is still in editing mode and not properly activated as a command button.
I am trying to create a command button in Microsoft Excel (Office 2000) that enables me to reset the check box status for a worksheet from checked to unchecked. The worksheet contains approximately 50 check boxes and is meant to be reused. Is this possible? If so, how can I program it to do so?
How can I return name of a command button on click? I want to create some sort buttons on a sheet I will use regularly to speed things up. I thought if I could call each sort button by the column letter the button sits in I can use this in a single sub for all buttons
e.g the button sitting in column A is called "A". when i click the button, it returns it's name to a variable which I can then use to sort column A. I know I could create a seperate routine for each button but I was just trying to think of something neater.
This is probably really straight forward but cant see why it happens, the following macro works fine when called by a button created by the form toolbar but doesnt when called by a command button, get the runtime error 1004, "select method of range class failed"
I have read several articles saying using a command button as a toggle button can't be done but some articles have said it is possible using the state properties.
.State = msobuttondown .State = msobuttonup
Is there any way to combine this with the onaction property so that when you press the button, it stays down and activates a macro then when you press it again it pops back up and activates another macro.
I have a worksheet from which I regularly clear all contents by selecting all the rows and selecting 'Clear Contents' from the right button menu. However, I now have added a formula in Col Y that I want to protect. I know I could select all columns up thru X, but that would clear the R1 headers, so I want to avoid doing that. I can always work around, but I'm curious, is there a way to clear only values and thus protect the formulas when using the Clear Contents command?
In ThisWorkbook Userform2 is triggered upon a double click
Private Sub Workbook_SheetBeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
UserForm2.Show End Sub
Userform2 has Frame1 (Option Buttons 1-6) and Frame2 (Option Buttons 7-12)
Private Sub OptionButton1_Click()
Call ProjectBuildings Range("A1").Select End Sub
Private Sub OptionButton10_Click()
Call BondIndustrial Range("A1").Select
The user can click away and things work great. The macros that are triggered search a number of Workbooks and individual Worksheets looking to select either of two (hence the two Frames) specific items.
If the user clicks any Option Button in Frame 1 (works) then any Option Button in Frame 2 (works) then goes back to the same Option Button in Frame 1 (nothing) I have a problem.
How do I clear the first Option Button in Frame 1 after the user selects another Option Button in Frame 2?
I'm just finishing a project that is a collection of three calculators, each of which returns data based on a series of user-supplied variables. All the mechanics are working [thanks in part to replies to previous posts], but there is one more thing I'd like to add:
Does anyone have a way to clear the contents of another cell [actually several] cells via another cell? As the most complex calculator requires eight variables to be entered, I'd like to provide a quick way [a button?] to "clear" or "reset" the calculator - basically wipe all unlocked cells. I should note that all of the cells in question already have Data Validation of one type or another.
I keep encountering an error while creating multiple sheets within the same workbook. This is a known error by Microsoft as documented here. In order to avoid using multiple workbooks i need to clear excels cache each time I run the macro as i have limited users sheet creation to 30 sheets which should not trigger the error. Does any one know a code to clear excels cache or memory?
I have used cutcopymode = false but that does not do the trick.
I have seen this before in spreadsheets so I atleast know it is possible.
I have a worksheet that has 6 sheets in it. The final sheet is a formula page that only shows results if sheets 2-5 have data. Sheet 1 holds all the master data. Sheets 2-5 show subsets based on sheet 1. I manually atm filter sheet 1 for certain info and then copy paste into 2-5.
Seeing as I do this weekly. How would I go about adding in a 7th tab or even a macro that will delete all data from row3-end in tabs 2-5, then copy the appropriate data from tab 1 based on a set criteria?
I could write this in a macro just wondering if there is an easy built in way?
Function FindNth(Table As Range, Val1 As Variant,Val1Occrnce As Integer, _ Val2 As Variant,Val2Col As Integer, ResultCol As Integer) Dim i As Integer Dim iCount As Integer Dim rCol As Range For i = 1 To Table.Rows.Count If Table.Cells(i, 1) = Val1 And _ Table.Cells(i, Val2Col) = Val2 Then iCount = iCount + 1 End If If iCount = Val1Occrnce Then FindNth = Table.Cells(i, ResultCol) Exit For End If Next i End Function
To use this function, push Alt+F11 and go to Insert>Module. Paste in the code, push Alt+Q and save. Use the function as shown in graphic example. You can access it under "User Defined" in the Paste Function (Shift+F3).
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I have searched this topic but I came up with nothing regarding my exact situation.
I have 5 buttons on sheet 1. I want them to all direct me to another sheet in the same workbook. However, some buttons will contain more than one sheet.
Example: Button 1 will direct me to 4 different sheets. Is this possible?
Also, When I open the workbook, I see many sheets that I am working from but I do not want them to show up when I open the workbook. The only way to see these sheets is to click on the command buttons at the top of sheet 1.
I have a 2 worksheets. One "Projects in Process"and the other "Project Completed". when the users fill in the information in cells A4-F4 (line 4 is the starting line and it could go down as far as line 23 or a23 - f23) In Projects in Process they press a "completed Project" command button and the data in a4-f4 copies over to worksheet "Projects completed". In the next available row (starting at row 4).
I have created a userform with text boxes and a list box. I have a few questions. First for the list box. I got the information for my list box through the list box example sheet2!A1:A1000. Is there any easier way ? Next I would like to create a New Command button to create a new record. I decided to just do a clear all textboxes, option buttons ect.. to clear, is there an easier way ? I seem to be looping sort of way when I get to txtissue.Value = "" it than goes to txtIssue_Change()
I have a spreadsheet that automatically analyzes the last week's worth of data and then displays a table of summary data from that analysis in the range C2:G11. Each row (i.e. 2:11) represents the statistics from one of the 10 regions in the state. I then have a second "details" table which remains blank (it occupies the range C14:G20; one row for each day of the week) until an "x" is typed in Column H in the cell adjacent to a region's summary data above, e.g.
if I want to display detailed data for region 4 for the last week, I would type an "x" in cell H5; formulas in the blank "details" table then lookup information on region 4 from a larger dataset. This system works fine, but is a little clumsy (typing "x"'s and deleting previous "x"'s, etc.).
Here's what I would like:
1): A macro for this sheet that will place an "x" in the ActiveCell (only in the case that the active cell is somewhere in the range H2:H11), will remove that "x" when that cell is no longer active, and will not place more than one "x" at a time-- for instance if more than one cell is accidentally highlighted
2): Also, I would like to be able to paste the values and formatting of the "details" table (C14:G20) to a separate sheet (we'll call it Sheet2) if they're interesting, and I'd like to be able to do this with a command button. The problem is I don't know... 1: how to place a button on the sheet, 2: how to attach code to this button, 3: where to place this code (can it go in the same place as the ActiveCell macro I described earlier?).
Ideally, the code would allow me to paste an arbitrary number of these tables to Sheet2, so the code would need to be able to identify the first blank cell in Column A as the location to paste a new table when the button is clicked.