I am working on Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003 excel and am having trouble with my coniditional formats. I need to have 4 but can only have 3. Is there a simplae way around this? if not let me describe what i want to do and maybe there is a coded solution.
In columns N, R, V and Z i will have % increase in sales over a period. Below 0% would be red, between 0-5% is Amber, 5-10 is Green and over 10% is Purple. Is there a simple code that can be applied to this?
I can define the paramteres in excel in the row columns below.
I have a Sheet ( Named "Summary" for Example ) of about 4,000 Rows that has a LOT of Conditional Formatting.
I Added Another 100 Rows this Morning and when I Tried Saving it a Message Saying that Not All the Formatting for the New Data that had Been Added had Been Saved. Is there a Macro or Something I can Run that will Make the Conditionally Formatted Cells Stay the Colour that they are but Delete the Conditional Formatting Part of it Achieved Using "Format" & "Conditional Format" from the Menu Please.
Ideally I would like to be Able to Enter the Number of Rows ( From Row ? to Row ? ) that I want this to Apply to.
I have five fields that have a conditional format applied to them: (see attached). Columns J, K, L, N and O. These conditionals highlight if a minimum number is entered. Ex. Minimum pushups for a 30 y/o male is 27, if a 26 is entered it highlights red. The total score (where I need this to perform) is calculated in column Q. It will format red if the total score is below 75 but what I can't figure out is how to make it format if any of the previous minimums have not been met.
Ex. In cell L4, his crunches were 25 (a automatic failure -- red formatting). Now the total score is above 75 so it calculates as passing (green), but I need it to highlight red regardless because of the minimum not met in cell L4.
I have a range which has conditional formats based on other cells. I want to copy this range into another sheet and retain the current formats as fixed formats without copying the conditional formulae. ideally in VBA.
I need to run a loop through a column of values (attachment col B) and when it finds a "J" it will apply conditional formatting to a row of 4 cells directly adjacent. The attachment is a theoretical before & after.
I have a lot of data that I need to have organized out but as far as I can tell an IF statement is the only thing that could work. I work at a casino and there are about 6,000 games that I need to be able to sort through. The games are classified by sections A - Q. Each section contains anywhere from 30 - 50 banks, and each bank contains anywhere from 4 - 20 games. This is what I am trying to accomplish.
Have a drop down that lists zones A - Q. If the user chooses A, for the next column to populate with a drop down of all of the banks in A. Then for the user to choose the bank they want and then have the next colum populate a drop down with the games in A>bank1. So basically...
then once you choose the machine, for the columns to the right to auto populate the information on that game such as themes ect.
Zone>Bank>Machine>Information on that machine
I have another sheet that contains the inventory of all of the games that I am using as my "database". I am able to get this working great with IF statements, but I obviously need to be able to use more than 8. Here is my current code...
I am trying to take information from columns J ("Family Size") and L ("Annual Income"), and figure out how many units should be assigned to columns N ("Very Low Income Units") and O ("Low Income Units").
Essentially, this is what I want to do:
If J2 = 1 and N< 22850, then N2 = F2 and O2 = 0. If J2 = 2 and N< 26100, then N2 = F2 and O2 = 0. If J2 = 3 and N< 29400, then N2 = F2 and O2 = 0.
And so on through "8."
I looked at the Nested IF Limitation suggestions on the FAQs . . . it didn't seem like CHOOSE or VLOOKUP would get me where I need to go. Unless VLOOKUP is somehow merged with IF. Does anyone know the easiest way to get this done?
Steven Auto Merged Post;Oops . . . forgot to attach. See attached.
I have a nested IF statement that I am using in an application I am building in Excel. I am using logic to get the current month and then evaluate whether the value is a number. I would like to know if there is a better way to perform what I am trying to accomplish using another function. I am trying to cocantonate the the statements together which has worked in the past but not for this particular function.See Below... The function works if i use 7 IF statements.
i have tried to create a userform thru which data is to be entered. so that the data will be printed on a worksheet. here there are few text boxes, in which the number of digits should be equal to 14. after filling the userform when i click the print button if it is less than or more than 14 a pop up msgbox should be displayed with OK button and the cursor should go back to that particular text box. i have written the following code, but it has a problem. even if the total no of digits are 14 the msgbox is displayed.
say the text box name is Roll no
If txtRollNo.MaxLength 14 Then MsgBox "Roll No should be of 14 digits", vbInformation + vbOKOnly txtRollNo.SetFocus Exit Sub End If
I had a happy macro that copy and pasted sheets in an output folder for all excel files from a target file that included the desired changes. it worked fine. then i realized that when pasting a sheet, the text is limited to 250 characters, so an important portion of my sheet (some instructions in various cells) was not coming over. So i created the following which will copy the columns, but some of the row formatting is different and doesn't line up. my questions:
-is there a better way around this text limitation? -if not, is there a way to copy the row formats for this section and include in my macro? -is there a way to copy the cells (all or a range) themselves while using "ThisWorkbook", thereby including all the appropriate formating? it seems to not like to do that.
‘Copy columns from target sheet
Sub Perf_rev_subfolder_replace() 'Update the constant here if necessary Const sOutputFolder As String = "M:ODPerf review2010 oolsTest folder est" With Application . ScreenUpdating = False .DisplayAlerts = False .EnableEvents = False End With For Each fl In CreateObject("scripting.filesystemobject").GetFolder(sOutputFolder).Files If InStr(fl, "3.0") > 0 Then With Workbooks.Open(fl..............................
I have recently come across a VBA macro, which reads from a text box within an excel input sheet, copy the text content, and send it via email. However, when the text content started to go beyond a certain number of characters, the text that comes out of the email, got truncated. I presumed this is something to do with the limitation to the string variables where the string " messagebody$ " which is used to read the text can only take up a certain bytes.
I was looking for VBA help, and somehow, it mentioned something called a variable-length string. Would that be a solution to my problem, or how is that used ?
I have a workbook with two worksheets, Sheet1 and Sheet2. Sheet2 contains a table of values that need to be input into a cell on Sheet1, pending the results of comparing two other cells on Sheet1. I have 8 possible variations resulting from that comparison and I cannot make this work as the IF statement limits you to 7 deep.
Sheet1 A1 (text string value) = LOWER B1 (text string value) = L1 C1 (currency with no decimals) = Sheet2!Somecell (decision of which cell to use depends on combination of A1 and B1)
A1 can be either the string "LOWER" or "MIDDLE". B1 can be the strings "L1", "L2", "L3", or "L4". The strings in B1 are not cell references, but simple text. This leads to four variations for a row that has "LOWER" in it's A column, and the same for "MIDDLE" - totaling 8 possible combinations.
Depending on the combination, I need to input a number from Sheet2 and that number is different for each unique combination of the eight possibilities. There is no mathematical calculation taking place on Sheet2 - just an "if x and y then z" decision on Sheet1. I will use the value of Sheet1!C1 in other math functions on Sheet1.
how do i set the macro to read a range without limitation?
currently i have a recording macro that only reads to P126 - if i end there data in C127:N127 I would like the macro to recognized that there is new data and update to P127 with the new calculation....
I want to use the Camera facility to show a 13 column by 19 row section of a large report in another WorkBook. I have outlined the area I need copied .... clicked the Camera icon .....but when I enter the data in the receiving sheet I keep getting the message ...." The Picture is too large and will be truncated" Is there a maximum size that can be transferred
I often end up in a scenario where I want to be able to move text from one column into another using a formula, which involves pasting a formula down a filtered range... E.g. Column A contains both ID numbers & dates, I want to move ID numbers into Column B, so I apply a filter to all ID numbers using a formula "=A1" and paste it down the filtered range.
It becomes an issue when there is greater than 50 - 60 thousand rows - excel throws an error "selection range is too complex" and disregards the filtered range.
Only thing I can think of would be a VBA script to automate pasting a formula in blocks of 50,000 rows.
I have a database that needs breaking down in order to fulfill a request.
I've been trying to create a macro to copy one row to a new workbook (starting from row 3), file name save as a value of the cell (C1), and move onto the next row. However, my code appears to only loop through 26 entries and then stops.
Excel 2007-2010. I'm using match(string, range,0) but there must be a limitation on the length of the string since I know the string is in the range but it returns #value as if it is not found. Is there a VBA solution to get around this without having to loop/cycle through the entire range?
I have a tab called SAP DUMP where we copy our raw data to, from here we manually copy and paste into another sheet called ORDER TRACKING SHEET. When we do a fresh dump (overwrite) of raw data into the SAP DUMP tap we need to see if the there is a new entry which needs to be copied across to the ORDER TRACKING SHEET. I've got a vlookup to show this. The one I can't work out is that on the ORDER TRACKING SHEET I also need to see if there are any entries are now no longer on the SAP DUMP tab. This is where I thought a condition format might work, color the line red if it's no longer on the SAP DUMP tap. Can't make it work.....
I have a workbook with 12 worksheets corresponding to months. Each is formatted in A1 with the month (Date, Jan-01) and all rows below, starting at A5, are the days of the month (Custom, ddd d). All cells are linked so they change accordingly with A1.
I'm trying to apply conditional formatting so that all Fridays will have light grey shading across the row. I can get it to shade every 7th row using the MOD & ROW functions, but the shaded row changes with subsequent months and years (not necessarily Fridays). Can I get it to recognize every Friday through the year.
Disregard the First Table. I cant remove it. refer to the Second Table
This table is a Task Tracker. The Start Button Adds the Current Date in Enercon's Row C1 and the row below (C2) will automaticaly filled with color using Conditional Formating. My Question is how can I code a conditional format for Trail1 Rows. For example when Trail1 Cell is active then you click the start Button instead of Coloring D2 Cell it should Color D3 Cell.
Here is the Code in Start Button
Sub cmdStart_Click() Dim i As Integer Results = MsgBox("Are you working on " & ActiveCell.Value & " today ?", vbOKCancel, "") If Results = vbOK Then
With Sheets("Sheet1") i = .Cells(2, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column + 1 .Cells(2, i).Value = Now() i = i + 1
End With Else Range("A1").Select End If End Sub Regards, Kevin