I have a workbook that contains a form that requires the user to enter a valid username and password to open the workbook. On my laptop it runs perfectly. On my desktop I have issues. When I launch the workbook on my desktop, I get the userform login as I am supposed to. Once I enter the login info I get the following error:
"Compile error in hidden module: UserForm1"
My desktop operating system is as follows:
Service Pack 2
And I am running the following version of Excel:
Microsoft Excel 2003 (11.8105.8107) SP2
Part of Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003
Once again, it seems to work perfectly on every PC except for mine. I need to be sure I have no compatability issues. Please help. I can post the code if need be.
I get the error message "Compile Error In Hidden Module: Thisworkbook" every time i start excel 2007. I've only installed it recently and only settings I have changed in excel is install the add-ins solver and data analysis. I've also had Nitro PDF 5 Pro installed before Office 2007 was installed. I have recently uninstalled Nitro PDF5.
I'm not a coder and so I havent messed around with marcos etc. How do I get rid of this issue in excel 2007?
I've written some VB code in Excel 2003 which hides and unhides worksheets dependant upon 'Yes' or 'No' in a named range. This works Ok in Excel 2003, however if I try and use it in Excel 2007 it shows error 'Compile Error in Hidden Sheet'. When I debug it the error 'Compile Error - Method or Data Member Not Found' appears. The code in question is as follows:
It’s been working perfectly up until around an hour ago. However, now when I close Excel, I get compile errors.
These compile errors seem to be because Excel is trying to access controls in the workbook after it has closed. Since the workbook is closed, VBA can no longer ‘see’ the controls, and therefore it thows up errors.
I’m also getting a similar error on a Worksheets("DataExplorer").unprotect line, which seems to be because the worksheet isn’t there after closing.
These errors only occur when I close the whole excel application using the big cross in the top right. If I just close the workbook (using the smaller cross just below the big cross in the top right of excel), it doesn’t throw up these errors.
Just to clarify: all of the code runs perfectly when Excel is open. The errors are being thrown up for lines of code which run without problem until Excel is closed.
I am trying to run create a simple macro that copies and paste special values - something I have done 100's of times but for some reason I keep getting an error message - even though I recorded the macro and didnt write it by hand - see below:
Sub Macro6() Cells.Select selection.Copy selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValues, Operation:=xlNone, SkipBlanks _ :=False, Transpose:=False End Sub
For which I get 'Compile Error - Expected Function or Variable'
I have some code that, although works fine in Excel 2003, does not in Excel 1997. I receive this error when I try running it:
COMPILE ERROR: NAMED ARGUMENT NOT FOUND
Sub HPVAL() Dim r As Range, myStr As String myStr = "HP" Set r = Cells. Find(What:=myStr, After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlFormulas, LookAt _ :=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, MatchCase:= _ False, SearchFormat:=False) If Not r Is Nothing Then r = r.Value While Not r Is Nothing Set r = Cells.FindNext(r) If Not r Is Nothing Then r = r.Value End If Wend End If End Sub
It looks like Excel is getting hung up on the "SearchFormat:=" portion of the code.
I am looking for a more efficient way to write a macro (a sample from the macro is below). This is just the first part of the macro. I need to repeat these same steps (seen for row 5 below) for rows 5 to 50. My script worked until I hit row 35 and then I got the "compile error.." message. There must be a way to use "loop" to write this more efficiently, no?
I have a worksheet where rows 22 through 52 are allotted for invoice information. Now, not every job is going to have 30 invoices, and I'd like to be able to hide 25 of those rows and have a scrollbar for that section of the page so that when a) user needs to enter invoice info they can scroll to an empty row, and b) when reviewing the data user can scroll through and see it all. The rows above 22 and below 50 are job info/totals and need to remain visible.
Early attempts to solve this conundrum resulted in a scroll bar that was capable only of changing the date entered for the first invoice (Date is the info in A22, which was the linked cell).
just make some files to make my work easier. Few too many watching the game last night, and I think im lost here. Am I attempting to do too much here ? I ran the first For statement Fine, but I cant get the second to work. I dont understand where my next statement should be entered.
I have a 2003 Workbook that is around 7 mb. It used to be half of that but it jumped up in size which makes it harder to email, etc.
On the front page it would go out past the (known) data and I was able to reset it to the correct place but on the 2nd sheet it would go to IV 65536 without fail. I used VBA as well as physically deleting andor clearing rows and columns but to no avail.
I decided to start eliminating portions of the workbook to see if I could find where the size was coming from.
1. I deleted Regular formatting 2. I deleted Conditional formatting 3. Made everything the same font name and size, etc 4. I deleted all VBA Code. 5. Last but not least I deleted/cleared all data from all the sheets
Between each change I would save and close the workbook and check the size in Explorer. Each deletion brought down the size, however after finishing step 5, I had a blank workbook with 3 sheets and it was still over 1.4 meg!
The next step was to remove the 2nd sheet. I did this and it went from 1.4 meg to 25 kb.
At this point I have been coping all the info into notepad and the from notepad into a new workbook.
VBA but familiar with other programming languages.
I have looked through previous posts with the same problem and I see that most people forget to add the "endIf" before looping. From what I can tell, I have ended all of my "If" statements.
The goal of this macro is to take temporary data and finding a match in other sheets and copying from "Temp" and pasting into the other sheets (possibly in the first blank cell, depending on the case) then deleting the row and moving on to the next row and repeating the process until "Temp" is empty.
The other day I inserted a row in a shared workbook and then saved it. On my screen, the inserted row was visible and was the correct row height of 12.75. My goal was to insert the row so another user sitting next to me could enter information in the new row.
After I saved the workbook, and after the user sitting next to me saved her workbook, the row I inserted should have appeared exactly the same on her screen, but it did not. Instead, the inserted row showed up as a hidden row on her screen. It was there, but the row height was collapsed to the point of invisibility.
I repeated my attempt to insert a row which the other user could edit several times, but each time I got the same result. I could not make the row show up on her screen with a row height of 12.75.
I've got a macro I need to edit which is on a module page I don't know how to access. the code was created using the naming format: mymacro (pathh). It's run by using another macro on another module page named: [module 8(code)]. The page i need is named [module 11(code)]. how to pull this up in my VBA editor?
I defined function ConcatenateIf() in Module 1, that would take a range and combine the cell contents:
Function ConcatenateIf(iRange As Range, iLook As String, iNum As Integer) For Each cell In iRange If cell.Value iLook Then ConcatenateIf = ConcatenateIf & Chr$(10) & cell.Offset(0, iNum).Value End If Next cell End Function
Works beautifully. Then I save, and close. When I re-open, all the cells that reference this function display #NAME? error, like it can't find the ConcatenateIf() function. Does this have something to do with macro security? If so, why would it work at first, and then stop working?
I'm trying to write a macro that will insert a excel formula into a specific cell. When I try to run the macro I receive a compile/ syntax error. I don't understand why as the formula works in excel. Here is the code (formula only)
I have an application that will require I create 20+ objects from a class I have created call "cWorkCenter." This is my first project using objects in VBA. I've created a string variable called "Title." THe application will loop through a list of resources on a worksheet, assign the name of that resource to the variable called "Title" (eg. Title=Range("A1")), then create an object named whatever the string is that "Title" represents. For example, if the first item in my list is "Resource1", then the first object created should be called "Resource1"
When I do this I get the following error: Compile Error: Duplicate declaration in current scope.
Below is the part of the code giving me trouble.
VB: Public Title As String Sub Loader_OO() Title = "Resource1" [code].....
Have two worksheets in same workbook. First worksheet is "ReArrangedAddr" Which basically has a command button to click to run a "Sub" behind the second worksheet "Orig SH Register". When I click on button on first worksheet, I get error "Compile Error: Sub or Function not defined"