Clear Rows Vs. Deleting Rows To Avoid #REF! Formula Error - Macro
Jun 9, 2009
I have a macro which is copying data from several worksheets into one consolidation worksheet. When determining where to paste the data into the consolidation sheet, the macro includes some logic to find the last row that has data in it (using e.Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Row, where "e" is a variable holding the name of the consolidation worksheet).
Once all the data is on the consolidation worksheet, I have a second worksheet with formulas that link to the consolidation sheet. The issue I have is that the first step of my consolidation macro deletes all data on the consolidation sheet to ensure that no data is double-counted). I am deleting the data with logic that simply deletes all rows from 3 to 65536. Once these rows are deleted, Excel returns a #REF! error on my second worksheet which is linking back to this data.
Rather than deleting the rows on the consolidation sheet, I have tried using the Clear and/or ClearContents commands instead. This works (i.e., my formulas no longer error out), but results in the consolidation macro running very slowly (~15 minutes, compared to
I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed when it comes to excel programming but I manage. However, I can't seem to get rid of this run-time error 13. Could anyone take a quick peek at the document and spot the problem?
My intention is this, when typing 'Yes' in the AB column on a certain row, that row is cut from that worksheet and moved to the 'Archive' worksheet, also, simultaneously, I want to send a mail to a specific address.
Here is when I run into the error, I suspect when the row is removed with the 'Yes', those two macros clash.
I have a form on a SheetA wherein all cells are referencing the data in cells on SheetB. When I delete or add a row on SheetB, the cells in that row on SheetA read REF#. I need the row in SheetA to be added when I add it in SheetB and vice versa for when I delete a row.
I have this code that I have had for a while.. it works okay on my computer and does as intended... it deleted all empty rows in the selected range after checking to see if any cells contain anything that makes it look blank but isn't (it cleans those cells).
So on my computer it works... on a coworkers computer it converts every used cell in the usedrange to #VALUE...
I'm trying to use the code below to copy active sheet into a new workbook and clean some parts of it so it will be ready for next department's data input work. But when it comes to deleting empty rows in it, code gives Run-time error "1004" : Delete method of Range class failed error and it marks the part "Rows(r).Delete"
I want to establish a link from my worksheets. Using the conventional link method I was able to link the values from my first worksheet to the second worksheet. My problem is when I delete a particular row. The reference of the second worksheet will have an error #REF! since I deleted those cells. Is there any way that I can link my two worksheets without any error that even if I deleted a particular cell/row the reference is still intact?
The code below works nicely to insert a time stamp in column B when the user selects "Yes" in the corresponding cell in column A. The problem is if I try to delete any rows or clear the contents of the cells I receive a "Run-time Error 13 - Type mismatch." If I delete the contents of the cells one at a time I do not receive the error. What I am trying to do is the user has a list of items to select from in column A. Only if "Yes" is selected I want the time stamp in column B to appear.
Code is below.
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Excel.Range)
With Target If .Value "Yes" Then Exit Sub
If Not Intersect(Range("A1:A50"), .Cells) Is Nothing Then Application.EnableEvents = False With .Offset(0, 1)
I have a macro that copies data into another sheet (OR) from sheet1 (EDS) but as I don't want the data added from the last row I want it to overwrite and clear any data that was there before. However I still want to keep my headings which occupy rows 1 and 2.
This is pretty inefficent but it works. I don't want to make a new macro I like keeping it inserted in my current one. However I couldn't figure out how to get it to delete the rows past row 2 (it could go to infinity but I don't think there will ever be more than 30 rows of data).
I am looking to find and delete email addresses in this case *@aol.com. I have only one column which is full of email addresses, I just want to delete all of the @aol.com ones in this case. This is the macro I am trying to use, but it does not work.
For Each cell In Range(Range("a2"), Range("a65536").End(xlUp)) If cell = "*@aol" Then Range(cell, Cells(1, Rows.Count)).EntireRow.Delete Exit For End If Next cell
I am looking for code to put in a macro that will go through a tab of data and delete the rows that have merged cells in them. The number of rows that there will be will never be a constant because the people using it will be pasted in information from another source, deleting the lines that have merged cells then run a macro with stuff that needs to be done to the info, but I would like to save them the step of delete the rows that have cells.I think it is Office 2013 I am using. I am not at that machine right now so I can't check.
I am able create a macro using the find function to find the next blank row, but I would like to have it select a range of rows down that I can then delete. Each time I run the macro the next blank row may be different thant the last, so it can't be a set number of row numbers each time. I could also possibly use the print area function if it would be easier.
Here is what I have so far, what is in red is where I need it to vary from next active blank row down to R2001C14, and then delete all the active blank rows ...
Is there a way for a macro to be not active when trying to insert a row or a way to have the macro understand that it's just a row shift? I'm trying to have a time stamp that anyone changes the value in a column. The following code generates an error 1004: application or object defined error when I insert or delete a row.
My excel contains first 5 rows of heading information and the rest of the rows contain the data. I want to select a specific row from the data and run a macro that would delete all other data containing rows.
This is what I have now:
Code: Sub DelRows() Rows(6 & ":" & ActiveCell.Row - 1).Delete Rows(7 & ":" & 65000).Delete End Sub
Everything is fine if I select any data row except the first one (R6). In that case, the macro doesn't work as it should, deleting a row from the heading ones.
Create a smart macro which will remove all references to the #REF! which is left when rows are deleted. It would have to remove all trace of it from any equation it may be in (i.e. if it was in an averaging equation, it would need to remove the preceeding comma as well:
What I have is basically a form on the main sheet. Here other users can add and/or delete information in a form. I refer to the information in another sheet with formulas.
Now everything was great when using protections/ validations, to the where they fill in the information, but the problem occur when they are allowed to delete and remove rows.
This is something that I want to allow them, even though I do realise that this is something that many advice against it.
To begin with I found the post about changing relative references to absolute references (ConvertFormula). Still the formulas changes when rows are added or deleted and I would have to redo all formulas and run the macro again. I then found posts advicing on the use of the INDIRECT forumla. This formula was exactly what I needed as the formulas would not alter when rows were added/deleted. Now the problem is a combination of the use of INDIRECT and the the ConvertFormula. Now if I write a formula, for example:
Then when I try to expand the formula over to the rest of the cells, then the references stay pointing at A1, when I want them to continue pointing at A2, A3, etc...
Now what I am looking for is some way to tell all my formulas, after expanding the original formula, that they should all have the INDIRECT function. If it was possible it would be great if you could implement it in the same way as with the absolute reference, for example:
For i = 1 To MyRange.Areas.Count MyRange.Areas(i) = Application.ConvertFormula(MyRange.Areas(i).Formula, xlA1, xlA1, xlIndirect) Next i
Now the above code sample does not work of course, as there should be xlAbsolute instead of xlIndirect, but I hope you understand my intention. Do anyone have the answer to my problem? Is there an easy way to implement the INDIRECT function into a big amount of formulas?
The first code hides everything just fine based on the date in A1. When I change it to the second code to delete instead of hide it is leaving a bunch of rows that the 1st code hides. Both codes have the same search criteria.
Code: For Each cell In Range("B8:B5000") If cell.Value Range("A1").Value Then cell.EntireRow.Hidden = True Next cell
Code: For Each cell In Range("B8:B5000") If cell.Value Range("A1").Value Then cell.EntireRow.Delete Next cell
One of the formulas list whether or not an item is available or not. But when I try create a similar formula to indicate whether the item should be displayed or not I only end up with it being always displayed.
Code: Option Explicit
Sub Reformat() Dim wks As Worksheet Dim iRow As Long
I currently have the following Macro for one of my many checkboxes in 2007 Excel:
It works perfectly until additional rows are added/deleted before the indicated rows in the code (It changes the number sequence in the workbook). The number sequence stays the same in the code which means I am now hiding rows either before (delete rows) or after (insert rows) the intended rows I want to be hidden. Is there a way to change the above code to remain with the assigned rows regardless of the adding/deleting of rows before it?
I am working on a sales sheet for my business. I have a worksheet that has the names of everyone in my store that has sold anything in column A. I want to create a list that has just my full time sales people and will delete everyone else.