In column A I have product names, in B I have product categories and in C:H the product categories from column B are titles and the name of the subcategory is written in the cell. Because there are mutlipule sub categories that a product can belong to the report produces mirrored lines with one sub category on each line. What I need to do is combine all of these subcategory entries into one cell separated by a comer (,).
- I have excel file with data I need - I have fixed txt(html) template that i need to integrate Excel information into - Final result that I want to achieve is saved .txt(html) file with combination of fixed information (text) and data from excel cells.
I need to writing a VBA code for each of above (integrating text & cells, saving results as text)
I need to count the number of Carriage returns in a string of text in a group of merged cells also I need to add a carriage return after the 1024 character because I have the wrap text on. My overall goal is have copy text fit into a group of merged cells without any being cut off by excel.
I have an automated formula which i have to fill down to line 250, yet in the majority of cases i only need it to say line 20, and as a result i have loads of lines stating "Not Found" has anyone got a way to hide any lines containing either "Not Found" or a blank cell??
I'm writing a macro in excel that edits a text file runs another program that uses this text file as its input and then stores the results. Perameters are then changed in the input file and it is then repeted over and over again. One of the parts I am stuck on is I need to delete the last 5 lines in the input file called INPfile.txt. See below:............
This section is always at the end of the file, is 5 lines long and always starts with [DEMANDS] and always ends with [END].
I currently have some code which reads a stock file, adding up the stock for each individual item (which may be in one or more locations in the warehouse) and then placing the total stock count in a cell with the detail (of how much stock is in each location, the location and the expiry date) and a separate line for each location, in a comment.
The comment is constructed one line at a time as the code finds the stock records, see code below:
With shtWorking.Range(strStartColumn & intRow + 2) oldComment = .Comment.Text .Comment.Delete .AddComment oldComment & vbNewLine & strComment .Comment.Shape.TextFrame.AutoSize = True End With All this works very nicely, but I want to colour individual lines depending on the expiry date. This can be done manually in Excel, but I cannot find a way of colouring individual lines of text in a comment using VBA.
So, does anyone know of a way I can colour individual lines of text in a comment, using VBA?
I have checked the forum about reading from text files, but I wasn't able to find and similar thread. Here is the situation: I have one text file, but first 204 characters are the file header. 204. character is an asterisk. Then, the records begin. Following is the beginning of the file:
$$GNCSBU/PML/0002 TCPX 11006 IST Bayplan 23.05.06 14:35:57 TRIST 11006 * And it continues:.....................
I have a cell containing a address. I have used alt-enter to separate lines of the address. I have a userform that contains a textbox which which loads the cell containing the address. The problem is once the useform is loaded the address in the textbox is all on the same line and contains a funny looking back the front P character where I have used alt-enter in the cell to make a new line. This ones got me knackered.
I need to extract lines in a huge text file (more than 300,000 records ) based on one condition. for e.g.
02/03/07 123456789 hsjksk sjdlsl
05/03/07 323453789 hsjksk sjdlsl
04/03/07 123456789 hsjksk sjdlsl
02/03/07 123456789 hsjksk sjdlsl
I need extract of lines where the date and the digits are the same. in above example it should extract only record line 1 and record line 4. Some body advised me to try MSAccess , but I have never used MS Access and have no clue about it , hence i don't want to use it. Is there a way in VBA to code this ?
I have 5 columns. The first 4 columns only contain 1 line each, the last column can contain anywhere from 1-6 lines. How can I do a sort and keep all the text in the last column together? By way, it was imputed on separate lines.
I have to extact a HUGE (100MEG) .TAB file into Excel 2003. Using the 'import text' fundction it only allows me to import the frst 66536 lines and tells me that I can import the rest by repeating the process, somehow excluding what I have already imported.
How can I break this onto 3 lines in Visual Basic Editior to make it more readable:
MsgBox "Only enter data in white cells." & vbNewLine & "Yellow cells contain formulas or dates entered automatically", & vbNewLine & "Do not insert blank rows. Copy row(s) and Insert/Paste" , vbInformation, "Spreadsheet by GJF"
I have a several large delimited text files around 800,000+ lines. It cannot all be pasted into excel due to the 65,000 line limit. For my purposes, I only need about 1 in every 1,000 lines from the text file anyways. Is there a way to only bring in the lines I want? Here is the test file layout:.................
I only need the lines that start:
I tried running some macros that I found through searching the forums, but I couldn't get any to work.
where I am needing to import a file sent daily by a third party, that has now grown to be greater than 65536 lines. It contains cumulative data from the past year or two, but although we only need the LAST few thousand lines, the third party are unable to provide us with a smaller file.
The file is currently imported from file into Excel using VBA, and then various manupilations are done using VBA to extract the data we need. However because of the size the file now has grown to, the user has to open the text file in wordpad(or notepad) first and delete the first 'few' thousand lines before saving to file.
Is there a way of importing only a certain number of lines from this text file, for example the last 30,000, using VBA. If so, all our problems will be solved (this time)
I have many text files basically with the same data from different dates. I am trying to select specific lines from each text, one that includes ".txt" which is the date, ex: "2008_308" and one that includes the word "PIXEL" and the following 5 lines after that.
I found a very similar post to mine and someone provided the script using VB for the question. It works, but it was only for one text file. I would like to use it for multiple text files. The files are all dated, i.e. "2008_308.txt". Although some of the dates are missing.
This is the script, from another posting, for importing selective lines from one text file: